Solid wires can be pushed in directly without tools.
Stranded conductors with ferrules can also be easily inserted without using tools.
Using a screwdriver
Similar to the original CAGE CLAMP ® , all conductortypes can be terminated via a simple screwdriver actuation.
The conductor is removed using a standard screwdriver, like the original CAGE CLAMP®.
Ready-made push-in type jumper bars
The rated voltage of the factory delivered push-in type jumper bars is 800 V.
The unique “plug and socket“ design of the push-in,comb style jumper systems allows the full rated U600 V
current of the terminal block to be applied.The dual jumper slots offer more flexibility. Testing accessories flexibility. Testing accessories
Custom made push-in type jumper bars
Jumper contacts can be removed using pliers. Appropriate marking is possible on the top of the jumper. The rated voltage is 500V. This applies for Series 2001, 2002 and 2004.
Commoning with step-down jumpers
The spring-loaded jumper system allows commoning
of two adjacent terminal blocks of different size using a
standard jumper. This way, it is possible to jump
over a cross section size.
Special step-down jumpers can be used for even
The spring-loaded jumper system is suited for testing accessories like testing taps and test plug adapters as well as modular TOPJOB®S connectors.
Testing tap suited for series 2001 to
2016. Individual test wires up to AWG 12 (2.5mm2) can be connected without using any tools.
Test plug adapter
Test plug adapter for 4 mm/0.157 in Ø plugs suited for series 2001 to 2016.
Modular TOPJOB®S connectors
Modular connectors with CAGE CLAMP®S technology offer an additional connection option. The connector is equipped with a 2mm/0.079 in Ø or 2.3mm/0.091 in Ø test socket. Additionally, terminal blocks can be skipped using spacer modules.
The TOPJOB®S series offer three marker
receptacles for WMB or miniature WSB cards.
The center receptacle allows the use of a continuous marker strip. The marker receptacles of terminal blocks from AWG 14 to 8 (1.5 mm2 to 6 mm2) as well as AWG 6 (10 mm2) and AWG 4 (16 mm2) are at the same height so that one single marker strip can be used for different terminal block sizes. Marking is done using both a thermal transfer printer and WAGO‘s Smart Designer software. Apart from continuous marker strips, the printer is also suited for printing WMB markers on roll.