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Push-on PCB connectors are reliable and easy-to-install

16 January 2016

Distributed by Switchtec, Euroclamp’s low-cost PVSF series terminal blocks allow installers to rapidly fit wires and cables to PCBs.

The product meets the demands of applications where Faston connectors are used to connect cables.  This type of connection allows installers to rapidly fit cables to PCBs without using tools, giving a speedy and reliable connection.  It is also a useful form of connection when maintenance is required as wiring can be rapidly removed, unlike screw or soldered terminal types.

PVSF headers have a compact construction standing only 4.5mm from the PCB (plus the height of the Faston blade), hence they take up less space on the PCB, enabling smaller PC boards and more compact assemblies.

For complete design flexibility the PVSF series headers are offered from two-way up to 30-way types in single steps, all in one profile style. Additionally, the headers are stackable, so they can be added together without change in pitch; for example, 10+10 provides for 20-ways, while maintaining a 10-way pitch.

For flexibility the headers can be supplied with a single or double pin for PCB mounting, and also in five Faston sizes; 2.8 x 0.5mm, 2.8 x 0.8mm, 4.8 x 0.5mm, 4.8 x 0.8mm and 6.3 x 0.8mm.

To meet the needs of different applications, PVSF series headers are available in three pitch sizes for PCB mounting, namely 5, 7.5, and 10mm. So taking into account pitch, Faston sizing and number of ways, there are a possible 435 options.


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