Valve terminals

Electromagnetic valves are linked to create a valve manifold with a common power supply and controller: the valve terminal.


Pneumatic valves and electrical connections are efficiently integrated on the valve terminal. This Festo invention means the valve unit has fewer tubes and is much easier to assemble.


Since 1989 Festo has continued to develop the valve terminal: control protocols, diagnostics and condition monitoring as well as application-optimised valve terminals make them even more economical and flexible.

Function integration on the valve terminal

Function integration for valve terminals

Increased productivity and reduced installation

  • Save time from engineering through to assembly
  • Electrical system and pneumatics on one platform

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Simple fieldbus connection

CTEU on valve terminal VTUG

Decentralised installation system CTEL and bus node CTEU

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Installation and control concepts

Valve terminal installation concepts

Centralised, decentralised or hybrid:

Achieve maximum efficiency with the right concept.

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Valve terminal selection

Co-workers in front of a computer screen

Our most common valve terminals at a glance

Overview – Valve terminals

Support and service

Festo Support Team

We will make sure at every stage that processes are faster and costs lower, from engineering, procurement and mounting right up to system operation.

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