New fixing carrier for high-speed connectors

WAGO's Series 773 range of PushWire connectors has been extended to include a new fixing carrier. The 773 family, featuring WAGO's high-speed spring pressure termination technology, cuts wiring time by half compared to screw type connectors and is used for an extensive range of power distribution, lighting and control applications.

The new mounting carrier provides the facility for fixing down Series 773 connectors. It can hold up to a maximum of 16 clamping units, in any configuration of the two, four, six and eight way connectors and can be fixed to DIN 35 rail or secured down with fixing screws.

There is a choice of two carriers available: an orange version for standard wiring applications and a light grey version for use with the 773 Ex connectors in hazardous environments. The carrier is also suitable for the new 6mm2 PushWire connector in the 773 range and will hold two of these larger three pole units.

WAGO's fixing carriers are one way of avoiding untidy and complex junction box applications.

WAGO Ltd

Triton Park
Swift Valley Industrial Estate
Rugby
CV21 1SG
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1788 568 008

ukmarketing@wago.com

www.wago.com/gb

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