(55 product groups)
This PCB Support range holds the board by it's edge, minimising the spaced required,. They are available with or without a locking nose to provide extra holding strength.
Switch Accessories provide spares and accessories for our range of push buttons.
These ceramic insulation beads are used to cover wires that handle high voltage or high current applications. They can also be used as a non threaded spacer for high powered devices.
These collar spacers are a two piece application; the pin (CSP) and the retainer (CSR). They are designed to capture the PC board. The combination of the mating parts forms a completely enclosed nylon spacer. The use of a binding head type screw is recommended. Each retainer is used with a specific pin.
This range of PCB supports has a cupped bottom fixture that adds extra stability and covers the fixture. They are available in two locking style tops, bayonet or teardrop.
Our dual locking circuit board support posts lock at both ends and offer a quick and easy way to secure two PCBs or a single PCB to framework or a chassis. They are available with alternative locking options at either end of the spacer and come in different body types, as well as numerous sizes to suit your project requirements. They are suitable for a range of needs and applications. The range is available in either Nylon 6/6 (RMS-01) or flame retardant Nylon 6/6 (RMS-19) with two UL certification options (UL94 V0 and UL94 V2).
These push spacers are designed to support heavily loaded circuit boards. No through hole is required in the board which allows for easy access to the underside of the board. They come in three types: flanged base, cupped base or spring body.
This range of Fuse Holder & Covers provides excellent insulation for sensitive circuit protections components. A Holder and Fuse Cover for plug offers protection for live components from damaging and unintentional contact.
Our range includes a Plug Fuse Cover and a Fuse Holder. The Holder has a window in the top, which allows for visual inspection.
This Fuse Holder Cover range has a two-piece assembly; simply insert the fuse into the Fuse Cover, lock in place with a fingertip twist and then place into the Fuse Holder.
Our quick fit fuse cover range provides a easy solution to provide the necessary insulation of circuit protection components. The soft PVC construction provides flexibility when fuse holders are not able to be assembled.
This fuse cover range provides the best insulation of sensitive circuit protection components. The hard PVC construction will protect fragile glass fuses from impact and help provide a more robust solution.
These Standoffs are designed to be installed by hand and do not require assembly equipment. The hexagonal standoffs are suitable for a wide range of applications and are ideal for use when high mechanical strength is required and provide sturdy, insulated spacing for high power electronic applications. They are made of nylon with brass inserts and are rated UL94 V-2.
These spacers have a threaded male end that is mounted securely using a hex nut. The top end has a snap lock bayonet nose that holds the PCB in place.
These are female standoffs that have a through hole. A self-tapping screw is used to thread the plastic which gives it a strong hold. Available for several different screw sizes in many spacer lengths.
PCB card guides are used to mount circuit boards in tight spaces, such as a PCB rack. Horizontal card guides support the need for horizontal mounting of PCBs in your application. Available in different mounting methods and holding alternatives.
These PCB SUpport pillars are designed to be fixed into a key hole slot. This allows for easy removal if neccessary. They are available in either bayonet nose or two piece snap-in.
Mounting feet are used to secure PC boards onto a chassis.
PCB Card ejectors aid card insertion and extraction. Leverage against guide rack or chassis ejects board. Prevent undue stresses and protect the components, circuitry and connectors in PCB support systems. CBE - Snaps into .109 hole. RCP - Spring Pins for installation supplied"
Card ejectors are fitted to PCBs to aid removal of the card from a restricted space. PCB Pullers and Ejectors are mounted directly onto the board, providing a handle so the technician can pull the board without touching any of the circuitry. Ejectors act as a lever, using mechanical force against a guide rack or chassis to move the board out. Level action ejectors aids card insertion and extraction
Attaches to a circuit board for ease of pulliing out and pushing back into position. Curved tab for fingertip grip. Snaps into two 0.125 diameter holes in a 1/16" nominal board.
Bundle easily slides in and out. Quickly and easily mounted with an adhesive base. They come in seven different sizes for various bundle diameters. UL94 V-0 rated PVC with an acrylic adhesive.
Edge Locking Supports provide a secure hold on the side of the PCB and the snap in fitting and locating nose are ideal for quick assembly. The PCB is easily removed for service.
PCB Mounting Blocks are a useful tool for mounting printed circuit boards and small panels at right angles within equipment. These blocks are a quick and easy replacement for aluminum brackets for secure mounting.
Screw Grommets provide a quick, positive securing of panels or PCBs. The tightened screw provides a secure lock as the legs expand and they are recommended for securing heavy PCB components.
These PCB Spacers are designed to be installed by hand and do not require assembly equipment. They are simple to install thanks to their screw in design. These Hexagonal Brass Standoffs are suitable for a wide range of applications and are available in both non-undercut and undercut versions. Non-undercut spacers offer greater stability but require a washer for installation. Undercut spacers are much quicker to install and don't require the use of a washer
These spacers are easily mounted by hand. The ends are arrowhead fixings and they are held firmly in place with tension wings. Available in many styles for different hole sizes, panel thicknesses and materials