What is a series installation?
Series mounting means that the fuses and switches in the electrical panel or distribution box are connected in series. Electrical devices sit side by side on a DIN, DIN rail, or mounting rail and control other electrical components. Electronic circuits can be turned on or off with switches. Series mounting is a quick and easy way to install devices while saving a lot of space in junction boxes.
Fuse material made from the best materials
All the switches you use in your electrical cabinet must be able to withstand special stresses. Therefore, it is very important that they are made of high-quality materials and function reliably. Since all fuses, switches and jumpers are part of the electrical installation, anti-static properties are an absolute must. These controls must also withstand mechanical stress and continuous switching. The material that resists electronic charging is ABS plastic. The engineering plastic ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer) is therefore particularly well suited as a material for series switches. Decisive for the use of ABS plastic for switches and fuses are, in addition to the most important properties, grease, high temperature and material strength. All metals used meet the highest requirements and are therefore absolutely safe.
What do I need terminal blocks for?
If you are wondering what terminal blocks are good for, we will be glad to help you. Terminal blocks are indispensable for good and professional sub-distribution in the control cabinet. Although they have been used for many years in industrial and public building installation, terminal blocks are also becoming increasingly popular in private construction projects. The principle of the terminal block is that the power lines laid for the individual circuits are not pulled through the entire distribution board up to the fuses, but all lines that are routed directly above (or below, if necessary) to the distribution board are connected to each individual core Advantage of terminal blocks is that the sequential numbering always ensures clarity.