Phoenix Contact’s double-level SMT series provides options

Harrisburg, PA—Phoenix Contact has added three new series of double-level, high-temperature, SMT-compatible PCB terminal block headers to its PCB product family.


Harrisburg, PA— Phoenix Contact has added three new series of double-level, high-temperature, SMT-compatible PCB terminal block headers to its PCB product family. Available in a wide range of pin spacings, these headers feature low space requirements and high contact density.

The first, MCD 0.5…-HT, is available with 2.5-mm pin spacing, while MCD 1.5…-THT has a 3.81-mm pin spacing header. Third in the series, MCDN 1.5…-THT, is a low profile, high-density header on 3.5-mm spacing.

Each series is available in horizontal or vertical configurations with screw flanges or plastic locking latches as options. These high temperature terminal blocks allow parts to be easily integrated into surface mount production processes, eliminating hand soldering and providing cost and time savings. Phoenix Contact reports that

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