Weidmüller OMNIMATE® Signal LMF terminals: PCB terminal with innovative PUSH IN connection system

OMNIMATE® Signal LMF - simple, fast and secure.  Wire connection method with wire cross-section of up to 2.5 mm²

Weidmüller OMNIMATE® Signal LMF terminals: PCB terminal with innovative PUSH IN connection system. Detail 1: 90° and 180° conductor output. Detail 2: "Pusher": the terminal unit can be easily opened by pressing the pusher
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The new, compact OMNIMATE® Signal LMF PCB terminal from Weidmüller is launched on the market with an innovative PUSH IN connection system. The LMF PCB terminal responds to current trends in the world of industrial devices, requiring accurate power supply connection systems. The LMF PCB terminal easily overcomes other challenges including: a voltage supply of 250 V, high electrical safety for the insulation material and, depending on application, different cable wiring access. Thanks to the time-saving PUSH IN connection system, an integrated test point and 90° and 180° conductor outputs, Weidmüller's OMNIMATE® Signal LMF has many possible uses. The LMF PCB terminals allow wire cross-sections of between 0.12 mm² and 2.5 mm² (AWG 26 to AWG 12) to be connected. The Wemid insulation material used with OMNIMATE® Signal LMF is suited to use up to a continuous usage temperature of 120°C. The LMF PCB terminal therefore meets all the stringent design requirements of industrial device connections.

Weidmüller 72-hr sample service - a global promise

When designing PCBs and devices, development engineers eventually come to a point where they have to find the right connection components for their application. Weidmüller's sample service makes this a speedy process as Weidmüller will supply samples of its device connection components and electronic housings (including the OMNIMATE® Signal LMF terminals) to any location within no more than 72 hours.
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