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6610 - Appliance outlet with IDC terminals

(PresseBox) ( Endingen, )
The SCHURTER 6610 is the first of its kind ap-pliance outlet using IDC terminal technology. This novel product allows significant reduction of labour costs by supporting a more efficient assembly method. Multiple outlets can be banked and wire connections can be bussed, connecting the terminals all at once. The product is especially suited for power distribution units and appliances with multiple power outputs.

The IEC F appliance outlet is equipped with IDC terminals and available for two different wiring versions, "along" and "across" to the connector pin axis. The terminals accept insu-lated solid wires with cross section AWG 12 / 2.5 mm2 and AWG 16 / 1.0 - 1.5 mm2. The component is designed for snap-in mounting and comes with a protective back cover. The cover serves as a "wire press" to push the wires into the IDC terminals and, at the same time prevents from electrical shock. Special versions with an individual quick connect or solder line terminal are available. The series 6610 is approved by ENEC and cURus and is qualified for applications in accordance with IEC/EN 60950.

Technical Features:
- Appliance outlet F according to IEC 60320 with IDC terminals
- Cross sections: AWG 12 / 2.5 mm2 or AWG 16 / 1.0 - 1.5mm2
- Snap-in mounting for panel thicknesses 0.8 mm - 3.0 mm
- ENEC & cURus approvals for 10 A / 15 A at 250 VAC (AWG 16 version not UL approved)
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