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#4666 - 10/08/01 07:20 PM Q for European Members (Wire Connectors)
Bill Addiss Offline
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A member on another Message board had asked the following question and I was wondering if some of our European Members could help with this:
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Does anyone know of a manufacturer that produces wire terminals, quick connectors, and/or wire connectors that are rated for 1000vdc, 600vac, 10 gauge wire, and 30 amps resistive load? I have found DIN rail components that can handle 1000vdc, but they only go down to 6 gauge wire. Thanks in advance.
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#4667 - 10/09/01 04:10 PM Re: Q for European Members (Wire Connectors)
pauluk Offline
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Registered: 08/11/01
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Loc: Norfolk, England
I think LeGrand Electric carries quite a range of DIN rail and other connectors, but I don't have their catalog here.
I tried their website, but it's not a lot of help. However, they link to "Pass & Seymour" as a North American distributor, so it might be worth a try there.
I couldn't find anything on a quick search of the site, but here are their links:
http://www.passandseymour.com
http://www.legrandelectric.com


[This message has been edited by pauluk (edited 10-09-2001).]
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#4668 - 10/09/01 07:10 PM Re: Q for European Members (Wire Connectors)
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Paul,
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