Mounting types, connection technologies, and convenience functions
Printed-circuit board terminal blocks, also called PCB terminal blocks, are mounted on boards in a variety of methods. These methods include wave soldering, THR soldering (Through Hole Reflow), and SMT soldering (Surface Mount Technology).
A wide range of connection technologies, such as screw connection, connection via Push-in or Push-Lock, spring-cage connection, and IDC insulation displacement connection allow perfect integration into your application.
Convenience functions provide a high degree of user-friendliness when connecting and maintaining the PCB terminal blocks. These include optimal integration into the front of the housing thanks to uniform design, maximum clamping space even with the smallest dimensions, components for SMT and THR processes in automated and standardized packaging, and printing, marking, and color coding for simple installation.