Euroblock plug connection
You must use the supplied Euroblock plug to connect to
the FAULT OUTPUT connector.
Preparation (Cable preparation)
• Use strand wires for the Euroblock plug. First, strip
the strand wire insulation as shown below. After the
strand wires are connected to the Euroblock plug,
the wires may break due to metal fatigue caused by
the weight of the cable or vibration. For a rack
mount, use wire binding bar if possible, to bind the
wires together and secure them.
• If you plan to connect or disconnect the plug often,
for example in mobile installations, we recommend
that you use a rod terminal jack with insulating
sleeves. Be sure to use a rod terminal jack that
features a conducting part with an outer diameter of
1.6 mm or less, and a length of approx. 7 mm (such
as AI0, 5-6WH by Phoenix Contact).
1.6 mm or less
Loosen the terminal screws.
* The following explanation uses a Euroblock plug that
features a tab as an example.
Use a slotted screwdriver of 3 mm or less.
DSP-R10 Owner's Manual
Approx. 7 mm
3 mm or less
Insert the cables.
Securely tighten the terminal screws.
Pull the cables (not too strongly) to confirm that they
are securely connected.
Affix the cables to the tab using the supplied
After affixing the cables, you can cut off the unnecessary
part if you prefer.
Insert the Euroblock plug into the FAULT
OUTPUT connector on the rear panel on the