Zierick’s screw terminals, designed to
permit the attachment of discrete lead
wires to printed circuit boards, are an
economic alternative to costly PCB
mountable terminal strips and barrier
blocks. These efficient terminals
provide a solid gas-tight connection
with exceptional pull-out resistance.
|Discrete lead wires are easily attached to Zierick screw terminals. This effective design makes costly terminal strips and barrier blocks unnecessary.
Available in seven basic configurations,
Zierick screw terminals are highly
versatile and are acceptable for most
common wire gauges. Discrete lead
wires are attached to the printed circuit
board easily and effectively, delivering improved vibration resistance and reduced long-term stress relaxation.
Zierick screw terminals are available
with or without screws; staked or
unstaked; turned-in or backed-out.
Customers may order Zierick screw
terminals in a variety of thread and
screw sizes. The screw terminals are
plated with tin outerplate and copper
underplate for improved solderability.
They are assembled with solder resistant
100% stainless steel screws
or custom screws if required. They
are packaged and bar coded with the
date of manufacture and lot serial
number for easy inventory control
and traceability. All Zierick screw
terminals are shipped in heat-sealed
bags with a desiccant for a longer
Zierick’s new Combination Head
Screw allows the use of either slot
or Phillips head screwdrivers. It is a
1/4" x 6-32 stainless steel pan head
combination screw which is inserted
and can be staked and backed out.
- Zierick screw terminals allow reliable attachment of discrete lead
wires to printed circuit boards.
- Zierick screw terminals are an
alternative to expensive PCB
mountable terminal strips and
- Zierick screw terminals provide a solid gas-tight connection with
improved vibration resistance and
minimal long-term stress relaxation.
This screw is currently available on
our Part Number 934 ST.SC, but
can be made available on other screw
Consult the factory to obtain
information on availability of the
Combination Head Screw on other