Terminal Block - 3 Position (15A, 600V)

This 3 position screw terminal block provides a simple way to connect wires to a single connection point. These blocks allow wires to be screwed together and self-isolated without needing to twist, solder or any other splicing, by this method wiring can adjusted at anytime just as easy as it was the first time.

Each 3 position block offers a screw pitch of 10mm with a max current of 15A and a max voltage tolerance of 600V before risking meltdown or implosion.

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Very nice Terminal block

It has good ratings, good size and the plastic cover is great in protecting the contacts. I use a couple of these for connecting my transformers.