(31 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.
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.
These spacers lock at both ends. They are availabe in different locking options for both ends and in different body types, making them suitable for a range of needs and application.
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.
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 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.
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.
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
These PCB Support Pillars 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
Edge Locking Supports provide a secure hold on the side of the PCB allowing for easy removal. Screw mount supports are very secure and reliable. These mount with a self-tapping screw.
These spacers have fir tree fixings on both ends for a secure lock. The blind hole mount is flexible and will lock into round, threaded, punched or drilled blind holes.
The standard snap lock support is ideal for quick assembly in PCB stacking applications and the quarter turn fastening aids the ease of application
These supports are mounted from the bottom of the chassis leaving little protrusion on the outside. They mount into a .375 x .313 square hole in the chassis to prevent rotation. It locks the PC Board in place with an edge holding arm that is releasable.
These innovative spacers are mounted to the panel with a rivet that is designed into the part. As you push the head of the spacer down, the legs expand locking it into place. They are available in 13 metric spacer lengths in a UL94 V-2 rated nylon.
These supports are securely mounted with a #4 or M3 screw. The offset design allows for dense packaging.
These spacers snap together on top of each other to stack any number of boards. Item MB-1-156 Can top off the stack
These supports are installed onto the bottom board by pushing them onto a #8 or M4 screw or stud. The teeth inside the spacer grip onto the threads. The top fixing is a locking bayonet nose.
The standard snap lock support is ideal for quick assembly in PCB stacking applications. The integrated spring allows for flexing of the top panel and is suitable for touch control panels.
These unique supports act as a spring. The part flexes and can provide continuous support to the PCB.
These push-in 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 have a flanged base to keep them steady.
These spacers have a flexible fir tree fixing that will lock into round, threaded, punched or drilled blind holes. They are available in locking and non-locking options.
These reverse mount supports are installed from the underside of the chassis. They have a thin buttonhead for minimal protrusion under the chassis. The top of the support, where the PCB rests comes in four options: Snap-fit, Bayonet, Arrowhead and Flat rest.
Designed to mount easily on chassis with plastic SR snap rivet. Allows mounting to a range of panel thicknesses. Button head on rivet for minimal protrusion on chassis underside.