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For more than 50 years, we have been making innovative connections.

For more than 50 years, we have been making innovative connections.

WAGO blazes the trail for future technologies. Again and again we developed new products that have become the standards for industry on the world market: the revolutionary CAGE CLAMP©connection technology, the popular WAGO connector for 2 to 8 conductors for junction boxes, used billions of times in the meantimw, the world's first fieldbus-independent modular I/O system.

1974 (DBP 2317040)

The PUSH WIRE® connector technology in junction box connectors has become the synonym for an entire type in the building installation. Installers in many countries simply ask for "WAGOs" when they mean junction box connectors.

1977 (DBP 2706482)

The CAGE CLAMP® spring pressure connection technology is the model for the worldwide universal connection system. It is suitable for solid, stranded, and fine-stranded conductors from 0.08 to 35 mm2 2.

1995 (DBP 4400202)

WAGO presents the launch of the first fieldbus-independent modular I/O system.

1998 (DBP 19817924)

With the POWER CAGE CLAMP connection, WAGO implemented the first spring clamp connection system for conductors up to 95 mm 2.

2003 (DBPa 10239273.0)

The Push-in CAGE CLAMP® connection perfected the handling of our well-known CAGE CLAMP® technology: no tools are required for the push-in termination on solid and ferruled conductors.

2006 (DBP 102005025529)

The WAGO SPEEDWAY automation system provides a technology platform for protection type IP67 I/O modules that meet the highest demands of drive and control technology. SPEEDWAY is known especially for its speed, precision, and previously unheard-of flexibility.

2007

TO-PASS® telecontrol solutions in conjunction with the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM

POWER CAGE CLAMP connection for high current terminals of 35 mm 2 and 50 mm 2

2009

PERSPECTO® Monitors and Panels

2010

picoMAX® Connection System

New COMPACT PUSH WIRE® connectors, 2273 Series

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