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Wago  Profile

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Wago  Company Overview

WAGO was founded in Germany in 1951 manufacturing the first terminal blocks with spring clamp termination technology. Today, WAGO is a specialist in manufacturing electrical and electronic components that utilize this spring pressure termination technology.

Wago  Products

The types of products manufactured by Wago include Patchboard Systems, PCB Terminal Blocks, Feedthrough Terminal Blocks, Lighting Connectors, Pluggable Connectors for Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures, Pushwire and MICRO- Pushwire Connectors, Transformer Blocks, WINSTA Connectors, Terminal Blocks and Connectors for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres, Rail-Mounted Terminal Blocks, Relay Modules, Optocouplers, Connector Interface Modules, Power Supplies, Signal Conditioning Modules, Surge Protection and Over Voltage Devices, LED Indicator Modules, and Relay Sockets.

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