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Pluggable Terminal Identification

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#82194

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 21 March, 2019

I'm trying to identify the type of pluggable terminal block used on this circuit board. Any help greatly appreciated

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#82197

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 22 March, 2019

Hi Andy,

They look like Camden Boss pluggable blade terminals

Anglia sell them in the UK:

http://www.anglia-live.com/netalogue/pdfs/cam/datasheets/CTB8300.pdf

OKW sell them in the USA:

https://www.okwelectronics.com/pluggable_blade_style_terminal_blocks.html

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#82198

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 22 March, 2019

That's brilliant thanks, you can imagine all the spec sheets I've gone through trying to find them.

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#82199

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 22 March, 2019

One step forward, two backwards. Seems these have been discontinued.

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#82201

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 22 March, 2019

Doh! but any other 14A+ pluggable terminal block would fit in it's place (compliance permitting), you'd just need to unscrew the cables in the mating half, and change that to the new type on the board.

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#82202

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 22 March, 2019

I've sourced a company called Camden Boss that has stock, they're sending me one. Very nice lady called me from the company this morning.

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#82205

Pluggable Terminal Identification | 22 March, 2019

Well done, they are a good bunch.

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