PCB connectors are used for connecting conductors to printed circuit boards to ensure easy and reliable transmission of signals, data, and power. Thanks to pitches ranging from 2.5 mm to 15 mm and current strengths of up to 125 A (IEC), you will always find the right solution for your device or your control cabinet design. Various connection methods and mounting types provide a high level of flexibility for almost any application.
This connection technology is used in devices and control cabinets. PCB connectors generally consist of two components: the header soldered to the printed-circuit board, and the connector. An exception to this is the SKEDD direct connector, which can be plugged onto and removed from the printed-circuit board as a single part, saving time. Main features:
The PCB connector portfolio features a unique variety of connection technologies:
The comprehensive PCB connector and pin strip product range features solutions for various manufacturing processes. This means that you can assemble PCBs efficiently and process them reliably:
Our PCB connectors feature a large number of convenient functions and an extensive range of accessories for maximum user-friendliness during connection and maintenance.
Regulatory standards relating to personal, device, and conductor protection govern all applications in which electricity flows. For PCB connectors, the most significant standards are the Underwriters Laboratories approvals (UL), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards, and those relating to explosion protection (Ex approvals). Our detailed data sheets for each product contain an overview of the respective approvals.