129/3 PCB Connector (3PIN) | PCB Connectors
Printed circuit board (PCB) connectors (more often shortened as PCB connectors) are a type of electrical connector, made up of a housing and contacts which join sections of circuits together on PCBs, namely boards where conductive tracks for electronic components are printed.
Types of PCB connectors
There are a variety of PCB connectors and accessories best designed for specific uses. To name some, they include:
- Backplane connectors: mostly used to design computer systems due to their versatility and modularity, these are supports structures used to connect different PCBs. Their cards can be interchanged very easily, therefore they are highly used in the telecom industry.
- LVDS Connectors: also called Low Voltage Differential Signaling connectors, their application mainly involves monitors of all kinds. One of their benefits is that the copper cables allow for high speed of connection despite the low power operation.
- PCB Sockets: paired with PCB headers, they are used to guarantee simplified assembly when connecting two printed circuit boards without cabling.
- RITS Connectors: their acronym stands for Remote Input/Output Terminal System. They are colour coded to indicate their applications and feature a locking lever which facilitates the mating process without the need for stripping the wires in preparation, which is required by other types of PCB connectors.
|PCB Terminal Block, Screw Type Connector, Nominal Rating : 15A/300V, Pitch: 5.00 mm,|
|Poles: 3 Pole, Connection Method: Screw Connection, Interlockable,|
|Mounting: PCB Mounting, Color: Green (Customize Color Available Subject to MOQ)|