Common BusBar Screw Terminals Series - Wiring Management with Multiple Screw Terminal Outlets

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Busbars are used to consolidate multiple wires or feed multiple circuits. Tin plated copper buses provide maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance. Solid brass busbar carries up to 50A.

  • Available in 10 or 20-Gang
  • Available in raw solid brass or tin-plated solid brass busbar safely carries up to 50A.
  • Two 1/4-20 brass studs with hexnuts.
  • 8-32 round head screws for attachment of wires.
  • Two mounting holes accept No. 10 countersink flathead screws.
  • Moisture-resistant molded thermoplastic insulator base.

Access specifications, certifications, check availability and order parts below

Catalog #DetailsContact MaterialHousingMounting MethodPackagingDimensionsCompare
M-448
M-448-02
M-449Used in Marine Environment to consolidate wiring routings above a solid brass busbarScrews #8-32 UNC-2ABulk
M-449-BPUsed in Marine Environment to consolidate wiring routings above a solid brass busbarScrews, #8-32 UNC-2ABlister
M-449-BXUsed in Marine Environment to consolidate wiring routings above a solid brass busbarScrews, #8-32 UNC-2ABox
M-448
M-448-02
M-448-BX
M-449Screws #8-32 UNC-2AMoisture-Resistant Molded Thermoplastic Insulator BaseTwo mounting holes for No. 10 Countersink Flathead Screws146.05 x 31.75 mm
M-449-03
M-449-BPScrews #8-32 UNC-2AMoisture-Resistant Molded Thermoplastic Insulator BaseTwo mounting holes for No. 10 Countersink Flathead Screws146.05 x 31.75 mm
M-449-BXScrews #8-32 UNC-2AMoisture-Resistant Molded Thermoplastic Insulator BaseTwo mounting holes for No. 10 Countersink Flathead Screws146.05 x 31.75 mm
M-449-04
Obsolete: 2018 -01-01

pdf icon Common BusBar Screw TerminalsÊSeries Datasheet

Common BusBar Screw TerminalsÊSeries Datasheet

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