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Topic Title: DIN Rail querery
Topic Summary: TS35 and DIN 35mm rail
Created On: 31 August 2013 11:30 AM
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 31 August 2013 11:30 AM
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01967834

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I have been looking at some terminal blocks for a DIN 35mm rail.
Now I have seen some products from weidmuller stating they are a TS35.

The DIN rail system is based on EN 50022. I have not come accross the TS35. From my research this seems to be the same thing, a Top Hat type rail.

Can anyone enlighten me with regards to why they are refered to as TS35 on some sites and others as a DIN 35mm x 7.5mm (as an example). Is it because the original standard was a DIN (german standard)?

Thanks in advance.

Paul
 01 September 2013 12:33 PM
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maltrefor

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Originally posted by: 01967834

I have been looking at some terminal blocks for a DIN 35mm rail.

Now I have seen some products from weidmuller stating they are a TS35.



The DIN rail system is based on EN 50022. I have not come accross the TS35. From my research this seems to be the same thing, a Top Hat type rail.



Can anyone enlighten me with regards to why they are refered to as TS35 on some sites and others as a DIN 35mm x 7.5mm (as an example). Is it because the original standard was a DIN (german standard)?



Thanks in advance.



Paul


Presumably the TS35 is standard height as opposed to the 35mm x 15mm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DIN_rail

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File: Din_rail.jpg - (removed gap between colon and Din to stop the smiley face appering)

Edited: 01 September 2013 at 12:57 PM by maltrefor
 13 March 2014 01:48 PM
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dannyb

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Weidmuller offers both TS32 & TS35 blocks as a standard product. The most popular has been their SAK series.

There are lot of info about Weidmuller SAK series terminals at Clearwater Tech's website.

Edited: 13 March 2014 at 11:20 PM by dannyb
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