Trying something new out, I'd like to make an 'attachment' PCB that will slot into my mother-PCB, and all the questions here have said to use a kind of edge-to-edge connector or a ribbon connector.
My question is what exactly do I use for high power? Something like 2-3A rectified mains 170VDC.
Basically I know the 'mother' board works, but I don't know if the child board works, so I'd like to 'modularize' it.
Perhaps these things;
Would work? I just have no clue what they are called.
EDIT: Uhp, they're called banana connectors. Still don't know if they're good for high power PCB-PCB connection.
EDIT2: The boards will be side-by-side, edges touching.