PTFE Terminals are insulated for high temperature.

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Engineered for high-density packaging on .062 and .093 PC boards, press-in type PTFE Terminals are resistant to shock and vibration, and operate within temperature range of -85 to +400°F. Terminals and pins are manufactured in variety of configurations for top and bottom mount, plus feed-through mounting on chassis, PCBs, and panels. Insulator bushings are high grade White PTFE with tin-plated brass electrodes.



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New PTFE Terminals from Keystone



Astoria, N.Y.-A broad selection of rugged, press-in type PTFE (Teflon) insulated terminals for high temperature and high quality terminal and connector applications is now available from Keystone Electronics Corporation.

Engineered for high density packaging on .062 and .093(TH) PC boards, these PTFE terminals provide outstanding electrical, mechanical, thermal and chemical characteristics. Rugged and resistant to mechanical shock and vibration, they operate within the temperature range of -85°F (-65°C) to +400°F (204°C).

Terminals and pins are manufactured in a variety of configurations for top and bottom mount plus feed-thru mounting on chassis, PCB's and panels. Insulator bushings are made of high grade White PTFE (Teflon) with Tin Plated Brass electrodes. Other colors and platings are available.

Prompt delivery is through Keystone's global distribution network, with on-line ordering also offered.

A major manufacturer of interconnect components and electronic hardware, Keystone's capabilities include stamping, machining and assembly services. Application engineering assistance for product modifications and special designs are also available. ISO-9001 certified and RoHS compliant, company headquarters are in the USA with offices in Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia.

For more information, Contact (800) 221-5510 or (718) 956-9800;
Fax: (718) 956-9040; Email: kec@keyelco.com or visit www.keyelco.com, on-line.

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