Screw Terminals 3.5mm Pitch (3-Pin)

Item number 59634 Brand Sparkfun Model PRT-08235 Share Write a review
Screw Terminals 3.5mm Pitch (3-Pin)

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The Sparkfun Screw Terminals 3.5mm Pitch (3-Pin) are versatile components that come in 2, 3, or 4 positions. One of their unique features is the ability to slide-lock together, allowing users to create custom sizes as needed, from 4 to 20 positions without any issues. These terminals are rated for up to 125V at 10A and can accept wire sizes between 16 to 26AWG. Please note that the 3.5mm/138mil pin pitch may not fit standard 2.54mm perf boards, but this is the most common pitch for screw terminals.

The slide-lock feature of these terminals provides flexibility for different project needs. Whether you're working on a small-scale DIY project or a larger industrial application, you can easily adjust the size of the terminal to fit your specific requirements. This feature eliminates the need for multiple types of terminals, simplifying inventory management and reducing costs.

With a high rating of up to 125V at 10A, these terminals are suitable for a wide range of electrical applications. They can handle various wire sizes, from 16 to 26AWG, adding to their versatility. However, it's important to note that the 3.5mm/138mil pin pitch may not fit standard 2.54mm perf boards. Despite this, the 3.5mm pitch is the most commonly used in screw terminals, making these components a reliable choice for many projects.

For more detailed information about the specifications and dimensions of these screw terminals, you can refer to the datasheet provided by Sparkfun.


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Brand Sparkfun
Size info
Length8 mm
Width11 mm
Height13 mm
Weight2,8 g
€ 0,75€ 0,60 Excl. VAT (NL)
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