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Two into one does go with this terminal

The new POCON test-disconnect terminal from Weidmuller is able to switch from current transformer to voltage transformer via a simple recoding operation. Designed to ensure that the connected current transformers are automatically short-circuited when no connector is inserted, POCON eliminates the risk of destruction of the transformer.

Pluggable connectors contact the downstream circuit, and remove the short-circuit for current transformer applications. In addition, a pluggable test connector equipped with freely configurable jumpers ensures efficient, safe and non-destructive testing of the transformers.

The unit fits into the wall of the electrical cabinet, so users do not need to open the electrical cabinet. A cut-out in the wall of the electrical cabinet is sufficient to lever in the current and voltage transformer terminal.

Originally designed for the energy market, the module is also suited to use in many other applications. The POCON product line includes the terminal blocks (with 4 or 8 poles), a mounting attachment, a connection for a monitoring circuit, the coding element, and the pluggable test and standard connectors. The modular system also includes two- and three-pole bridges that can be used for assigning circuits on the test adapter and for easy looping into the transformer circuit.

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