New Product: PTFE terminals

Nov. 8, 2007
Press-in-type PTFE (Teflon) insulated terminals are for use in high-temperature, high-quality terminal and connector applications.

The rugged terminals, engineered for high-density packaging on 0.062 and 0.093 (TH) PC boards, are resistant to mechanical shock and vibration and operate in –85 to 400°F (–65 to 204°C). The terminals and pins come in a variety of configurations for top and bottom mount, as well as feed-thru mounting on chassis, PCBs, and panels. Insulator bushings are made of high-grade white PTFE with tin-plated brass electrodes.

Keystone Electronics, 31-07 20th Rd., Astoria, NY 11105, (800) 221-5510, keyelco.com

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