SCHURTER 4750 series IEC Connector Type F strip blocks
SCHURTER introduces its 4750 series IEC Connector Type F strip blocks to meet the demands of power distribution in data centres. The strips provide a host of features, including numbers of outlets in a strip, lighting possibilities and terminal configurations for a range of standard options.
Users can choose from two to seven outlets, bussed or conventional terminal connections, status-indicating light pipes and three different colours to meet universal needs, as well as tailor fit needs of PDU applications. The power strips neatly and compactly integrate functionality to save space in densely packed PDUs.
In complex power distribution systems especially with extensive power monitoring capabilities, the visualisation of status is of great importance. The series provides status-indication light pipes in all positions of the outlet with 1, 2, L and N as standard, in addition to traditional strips with no light-pipes. Illumination options include red, green and white. The integrated light pipes eliminate space otherwise needed for separately mounted LEDs, thus making room for additional outlets in the PDU.
The strips are designed for snap-in mounting for ease of installation, with varying panel thicknesses based on length of light pipe. Terminals are available bussed L, N and/or PE. Traditional terminals for soldering, quick-connect, 4.8 mm and PCB are also options.
The series carries international safety approvals according to IEC/CCC rated 10 A/250 VAC 50 Hz and UL rated 15 A/250 VAC 60 Hz. The series is compatible with all common cordsets, including cord retaining types such as side latching Twylock and top latching V-Lock. The outlets are available in black, grey and white.
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