Bayonet PCB Supports
(9 product groups)
Cupped Base PCB Supports
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.
Hexagonal Threaded Supports
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.
PCB Support Pillars - Quarter Turn
The standard snap lock support is ideal for quick assembly in PCB stacking applications and the quarter turn fastening aids the ease of application
PCB Support Pillars - Stud Fitting
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.
Push-in PCB Supports
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.
Reverse Locking PCB Supports
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.
Self Threading PCB Supports
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.