termnal block question

I have been trying to figure out what kind of rail Weidmuller SAK 4 terminal blocks use.
There's a pic here (left) along with a terminal block that uses a DIN
rail. (on the right)
http://www.geocities.com/ranibows/terminals.jpg
Can ayoone help?
Appreciate. DOC
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On Mon, 31 May 2004 13:15:46 -0400, the renowned "DOC"

TS32 is like a "G" and TS35 is like an upside-down hat in profile.
Maybe the right-hand one in your photo fits either style and the left-hand only the TS32 style.
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You can imagine the different rails eg. from this picture:
http://www.industrialnewsroom.com/images/large/2004/03/31926.jpg
Your left one seems to fit on TS32 (IIRC) only, your right seems to fit on TS32 and the more usual TS35.
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Quoting the SAK 4 EN brochure on Weidmuller.com:
"These terminals offer a combi-foot for mounting on both 32mm and 35mm DIN rails."

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