Busbar terminal block
DIFVAN can offer wide rang of busbar terminal block , like 10 or 20 gang busbar screw terminals, 100A or 25oA busbar stud terminal.
Busbar terminal block are used to consolidate multiple wires or feed multiple circuits.
Busbar screw terminal block Busbar stud terminal block
Base material: fireproof platic Bolt material: Tin-plated brass
Base material: Flame retardant ABS
Bolt material: Tin-plated brass
Wore organization: Bus bar combine multiple wires into one “bus”, well organize and clean up messy wiring, give you clean and tidy space.
Excellent durability: High quality Tin-Plated copper provides superior resistance to any harsh environments. Flame retardant plastic base, resistant to high temperature and wear.
Perfect for automotive, marine, recreational vehicles, motorcycles, ATV’s, trucks, and other electrical applications.
If you are looking for the best way to properly ground or provide power to all your electrical devices, then this Busbar Terminal Block makes you satisfied.
Busbar terminal block provides best way to properly ground or provide power to all your electrical devices.
More often than not a bus bar is used on the negative side of the circuit, because the switch panel is used as the positive source distribution method.
Busbar connector block are used for High quality Tin-Plated copper provides superior resistance to any harsh environments. Flame retardant plastic base, resistant to high temperature and wear.
Screw terminal bus bar is designed to make a solid connection point from one source to many branch circuits. Or many branch circuits back to a single source.
Busbar terminal connector helps to organize and clean up messy wiring, rated 600V and work great for all types of power and ground distribution.
Busbar block can be easy to install and held in place by screw hole at either end of the terminal.
Terminal block common busbar widely used in automotive, marine, boat, RV, motorcycle, recreational vehicles, trucks, etc. Perfect for all of your electrical wiring projects.
Screw terminal bus bar usually works with heat shrinkable connectors to increase high current and prevent wiring failure.
Being one electrical ‘node’, bus bars are used to place many loads in ‘parallel’ with each other… which is how your boat’s electrical loads need to be placed.