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January 16, 2017

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New Product Spotlights
New Surface Mountable Male Quick Fit Terminals

These new SMT Male Tab terminals are specifically designed and packaged for use on PC Boards in the same manner as other surface mount components.
As a surface mount product, these new quick fit terminals reduce scrap and handling time while minimizing damage to a PCB that may occur while using traditional mounting of thru hole quick fit terminals used on PCB's.
The design also serves to keep terminals perpendicular to the PCB so that the relative position is maintained during, and permanently after, the soldering process, they are ideal for use with most vacuum and mechanical pick-and-place assembly systems 
 Manufactured from Brass with a tin plate, these SMT Quick fit terminals are available in Bulk, Cat No 4928 or on Tape and Reel, Cat No 4928TR
The new "i-Clamp" Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDC) for provide a tamper proof, quick and reliable method for wire connections without stripping wires

"i-Clamps" are available in 3 styles to accommodate all common wire connectivity configurations:  
T-Series wire connectors are used for branching off a common wire run, allowing a connection without cutting or stripping insulation.  
Two-Way Series connectors feature a unique dual channel that enables pre-assembly to a component or fixture.  Once installed, wiring can be completed by simply attaching the other clamp channel to the existing wiring.  
One-Way Series splices several lines together more securely than traditional methods of twisting wires together and holding in place with an electrical nut and tape.  
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