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Old 16th July 2012, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default Help finding Push Tab Terminal blocks?

I am trying to find some PCB mount Terminal blocks that have push tabs but not having much luck. I have tried the usual sources here in the USA, Digikey, Jameco, Parts express etc etc. What i can find here is the standard screw type terminal blocks that have push tab's on them but that's not what I'm looking for. I can also find single PCB solder type push tabs. But I am looking for a block that has push tabs on the top and PCB pins on the bottom that has isolation between the tabs. I have a feeling this is a European type block and I probably won't find what im looking for in the USA.

Something sort of like these.
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Old 16th July 2012, 11:54 AM   #2
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Dave,

=> 10-POSITION TERMINAL STRIP W/ QC TERMS, PC MT | AllElectronics.com

Most companies who manufacture these types now are European, e.g. => http://www.hylec-apl.com/Products/El...8/Default.aspx

Here's one in the US : Eagle Connector Corporation - Faston Terminal Block

You can find NOS ones by Phoenix on the bay, keyword is Faston.
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Thanks, those are the best options I have seen yet! I like the Eagle style best so far.
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Ok I found them..sort of...WECO is the brand and there website SHOWS the blocks but they no longer have them listed. so this is definitively the brand. they have some other options that will work too!

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In that case : 900-SUN-5/04 - WECO - 900SUN504 - datasheet
Future USA has the 10-pole 5mm pitch in stock (says that other pitch types are in transit from India)

(the older Weco 900 S+W series was modular, 10-25 pole strips, but could be individually separated. Don't know if that's the case with the current versions)
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