- Joined Jan 6, 2004
Yes! Assembling most of my designs in perfboard, I did too many in the past, soldering the wires to the board instead of using terminal blocks. Go figure. The cost of ignoring the basics.Note that the terminal blocks connect to each other and can be had in 2 & 3 terminal pieces. Standard perfboard spacing. Good thing to have about if you do much perfboard prototyping. I keep those and Banana plugs and jacks on hand.
Technically DIN terminal blocks are intended for those that can be DIN rack mounted, the ones shown in the OP and the type that require screw or other means of mounting are not DIN.Your B is what's known as a DIN terminal block. An auto-installer friend, no deceased, used nice ones for stereo installs.
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by Aaron Carman