Complete The Connection

The installer connectors need to be within a suitable enclosure. According to BS 7671, “every connection and termination must be enclosed irrespective of the nominal voltage”. The WAGOBOX junction box meet BS EN 60670-01 and BS EN 60670-22.

The WAGOBOX junction box is for use with our 773 and 222 Series connectors.

WAGOBOX Part Numbers 

 
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Grey Single - Part No. 51008291
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Grey Pack of 10 - Part No. 51008319
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Black Pack of 10 - Part No. 51253135
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White Pack of 10 - Part No. 51253136
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Red Pack of 10 - Part No. 51253137
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Mounting Button, Pack of 10 - Part No. 51009130
WAGOBOX Inserts 221, pack of 20 - Part No. 60348650
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WAGOBOX Inserts 2273, Pack of 20 - Part No. 60348648

WAGOBOX XL Part Numbers 

 
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Grey Single - Part No. 60339091
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Mounting Button, Pack of 10 - Part No. 51009130

WAGOBOX XLA Part Numbers 

 
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Grey Single - Part No. 60358440
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Mounting Button, Pack of 10 - Part No. 51009130

Installation (BS EN 60670-22) & Maintenance Free Application Instructions (BS5733) 

 

For installation instructions please view:-

WAGOBOX Instruction Leaflet

WAGOBOX XL Instruction Leaflet

What is "Accessible" in BS 7671

Sarah Burrows of WAGO breaks down the confusion surrounding the term “accessible” in the BS 7671 regulation.

BS 7671 states that “a junction box with screw terminals must be accessible” so that connections can be available for inspection, testing and maintenance. However, the standard doesn’t actually define exactly what is meant by “accessible”, leaving the interpretation of the word somewhat open to debate...

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