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New Plug-in Rising Clamp PCB Terminal Blocks

Bridgeville, PA (PRWEB) June 29, 2011

OKW Electronics has launched the extensive CTB93xx plug-in rising clamp PCB terminal blocks range from Camden Electronics.

These UL, cUL, CE, VDE and IMQ approved terminals blocks are available in pitches of 3.5mm, 3.81mm, 5mm, 5.08mm, 7.5mm and 7.62mm.

Each pluggable terminal block is ordered as separate male and female connectors. The two connectors can be mounted vertically or at 90 degrees to suit different applications.

The CTB93xx terminal blocks are molded in green UL94 V-0 flame retardant PA66. They are supplied in lengths of 1 pole up to a maximum of 24 poles, depending upon the pitch size.

The connectors consist of individual blocks or a series of interlocking blocks which make up the number of poles. The female connectors are available with vertical or 90 degree cable entry. The male connectors are available with vertical or 90 degree PCB pins. They can also be specified with open or closed ends.

All sizes in the CTB93xx PCB terminal block range feature high quality rising clamp wire connections with captured fixing screws and guided pin alignment.

The technical specifications include cable entry from 17 AWG to 14 AWG, ratings from 9A/130V to 12A/750V, dielectric strength from 1.25kV/60s to 3kV/60s, insulation resistance of 5M and a working temperature range of -20C to +125C.

Camden has also introduced orange polarizing clips for the 5mm, 5.08mm, 7.5mm and 7.62mm pitch female and closed end male connectors. These simple-to-use clips provide a foolproof method of ensuring that only correctly polarized connectors can be inserted into corresponding PCB terminals.

Features of CTB93xx plug-in rising clamp PCB terminal blocks:

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