I am building an industrial sensor system for warehouse and need to isolate some inputs using blocking diodes (simple rectifiers will suffice).
To do this in the DIN rail configuration will take 2 terminal blocks, one for each connection to the diode.
It would be so much easier if there were single-position DIN-rail diodes that just snap onto the rail with a screw- or push-terminal on each end. Or a DIN-rail blank (dunno what to call it): a pair of screw terminals on the top for attaching the diode, and the usual screw- or push-terminals for wiring it into the circuit.
Surely one of these must exist? but searching turns up nothing.