19 Jul 2018

Screwless pluggable PCB mounting terminal blocks

Specialist distributor JPR Electronics is now stocking the CamBlock Plus range of screwless pluggable PCB mounted terminal blocks. CamdenBoss are a specialist manufacturer in the terminal block market, providing high performance engineered interconnection and enclosure solutions.

The CamBlock Plus range of PCB mounted terminal blocks are its flagship product range and is a comprehensive family of terminal blocks ranging from 2.54mm to 10.16mm pitch that offers customers lower prices without any compromises. The whole product range has UL and VDE safety approvals.

Two new product lines have recently been added comprising a 2.54mm pitch rising clamp terminal block with from 2 to 12 poles and screwless pluggable types covering 2.5, 3.5, 3.81 and 5.08mm pitch sizes also in 2 to 12 poles.

The two new CamBlock Plus lines extend the range to almost 50 styles in PCB, pluggable and screwless configurations, all designed to reap the benefits of CamdenBoss’s expertise. Product ranges are now available rated from 10 to 57A with new types continuing to be introduced regularly.

Paul Raynor, Director of JPR Electronics, comments, “CamBlock Plus addresses exactly what the market is looking for and it’s no surprise that this range has rapidly become the preferred option for customers as it maintains all the quality levels and approvals of the CamdenBoss’s traditional products and capitalises on Camden’s 35 plus years as a trusted brand. The CamBlock Plus series addresses highly competitive markets where cost savings are mandatory without the disadvantages of having to sacrifice quality or approvals.”

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