Snap-In Terminals stay put during assembly and soldering.
Press Release Summary:
ETCO PCB Snap-In Terminals feature split barrel design that minimizes required insertion forces and spring retention that ensures products stay put during assembly and soldering operations. Featuring same direction crimp ears for use with manual or fully automated wire processing equipment, terminals are suitable for attachment to 20-18 AWG wire sizes and made from zirconium-copper alloy. They resist softening and keep shape during thermal cycling.
Original Press Release:
Snap-In PC Board Terminals Stay Put During Assembly and Soldering
A line of snap-in terminals that are designed to insert easily into printed circuit boards and remain securely in place during soldering and assembly operations is available from ETCO Incorporated of Warwick, Rhode Island.
ETCO PCB Snap-In Terminals have a split barrel design that requires low insertion forces and provides spring retention to stay put during assembly and soldering operations. Featuring same direction crimp ears for ease of use with manual or fully automated wire processing equipment, they are suitable for attachment to 20-18 AWG wire sizes.
Supplied 8,000 parts per reel, ETCO PCB Snap-In Terminals are made from a high conductivity zirconium-copper alloy that resists softening and keeps its shape during thermal cycling up to 500°C for a few seconds and 350°C for several minutes. A wide range of automated, high speed wire attachment and terminal insertion equipment is also offered.
ETCO PCB Snap-In Terminals are priced according to quantity. Literature and samples are available upon request.
For more information contact:
John J. Macaluso, VP Marketing
25 Bellows St.
Warwick, RI 02888
(401) 467-2400 FAX (401) 941-2453