Terminal blocks are modular insulation blocks that hold two or more wires together. Terminal blocks are used by factories to secure and/or terminate wires. A terminal block, in its most basic form, consists of separate terminals organized in a long strip. Terminal blocks are most useful when connecting wiring and grounding.
The environmental applications of pluggable terminal blocks are complex. For making sure that its performance remains stable under various environmental conditions, the requirements for its adaptability to the environment are rather high.
This blog mainly introduces the content of the terminal block. Including its definition, type, wiring method and working principle. Click the link to see the detailed introduction.