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The 221 "Compact" connection terminal from Wago is in the classic electrical installation in buildings for a fast, easy and secure wiring. The advantages of this clamp with lever are now increasingly finding product managers, designers and developers at device manufacturers - from the component manufacturing to equipment production and the device connection to the final product.

International approvals allow a variety of applications. It also helps manufacturers gain access to the global sales market. The universal and flexible spring connection technology connects all types of conductors from 0,14 to 6 mm2 easily, quickly and safely without pre-wire treatment. A time and thus further cost advantage also arises in comparison to the screwing and soldering: simply lever on, head in, lever to. This tool-free and therefore convenient conductor connection simplifies the wiring and the complete device connection of the installer on site.

The country-specific approvals (eg UL approvals, etc.), ship approvals and many more of the 221 series allow a wide range of applications. Likewise, the components and devices with the integrated 221 can be used worldwide.

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