New Screwless Terminal Blocks Ideal for High Temperature Operation

15 OCTOBER 2019

CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group ( today announced the addition of screwless terminal block connectors ( for high temperature applications. Featuring wide -40 to +130°C operating temperature ranges, the horizontal orientation TBLH10‑350 and TBLH10‑500 series as well as the vertical orientation TBLH10V‑350 and TBLH10V‑500 series provide designers with a rugged solution for any wire-to-board application dealing with extreme temperatures.

The four new series offer 2 to 24 pole counts, 3.5 mm or 5.00 mm pitches, and push button clamps for quick wire termination. Accommodating 24 to 16 AWG wires, these screwless terminal blocks carry 10 A UL current ratings, 300 Vdc UL voltage ratings, 17.5 A IEC current ratings, and 160 or 320 Vdc IEC voltage ratings. All models are also UL 1059 certified, IEC 60947-7-4 compliant, and hold the UL94V-0 flammability rating.

The TBLH series are available immediately with prices starting at $0.34 per unit at 1000 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing. (

Product name: TBLH10‑350, TBLH10V‑350, TBLH10‑500, TBLH10V‑500
Availability: Stock to 8 weeks
Possible users: Any wire-to-board application dealing with extreme temperatures
Primary features: High temperature operation up to 130°C, 2 to 24 pole count options
Cost: $0.34 per unit at 1000 pieces through distribution

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