Terminal Block Interface Modules
A Terminal Block Interface Module is a device used to electrically connect two different types of electronic components, such as printed circuit boards (PCBs) and electric wires. These modules are typically used in conjunction with electrical enclosures to house the wiring and components needed to connect two electronics. Terminal Block Interface Modules have contacts on each side that house the electrical leads which make the connection between the two components. The lead from one component is inserted into the hole on the side of the interface module and then the lead from the other component is inserted into the other side. This allows for easier and more reliable connections between the components. Additionally, many different types of terminal blocks are available for specialized wiring requirements.