Questions tagged [terminal-block]

A terminal block is a screw-type electrical connector where the wires are clamped down to the metal part by a screw.

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Using a terminal GND or VCC for multiple boards

If I have a screw terminal block like in the picture below, is it normal practice to use one of the six connections for GND towards multiple external boards? E.g. I wrap three wires into the ...
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fuse holder block [closed]

I have atached a picture of a multiple fuse and MOV holder. I tried searching for it online to buy, I can't find it, someone direct where to buy a similar multi fuse holder. Fuses are 20mm x 5mm, and ...
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Best practice for adding Resistor to PLC cabinet

My Micro-step drive and PLC need a simple resistor network between their i/o ports.The optocouplers in the stepper drive have a max input current of 15mA, while the controller needs to output at least ...
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Using a thermal fuse in a PCB terminal block?

(This is related to question How to solder a 70 °C (158 °F) thermofuse). Would it be a good idea to use a temperature/thermal fuse inside a terminal block like the picture below. I see only benefits:...
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How to stack protoboards solidly?

I have an enclosure and want to add some protoboards inside it. I can place two next to each other, but since I'm a bit out of space I think it's best to stack 3 of them with PCB spacers. However, I ...