(9 product groups)
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 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.
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 securely mounted with a #4 or M3 screw. The offset design allows for dense packaging.
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.
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.
These spacers have a threaded female end that is mounted securely using a screw. The top end has a locking arrowhead nose that holds the PCB in place.
These spacers have a unique self-threading bottom fixing. The threaded hole that they go into acts as a die and threads the bottom end when screwed in. They can be used in either a #8 or M4 threaded hole. They are easily installed by hand with minimal force. The top fix is a locking bayonet nose.