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M-Pro expands their range of solder terminals


In addition to their extensive selection of crimp terminals, M-Pro also manufactures a growing range of pcb terminals.

Furthermore solder tags have recently been included in their product portfolio. The introduction of solder tags adds a further dimension to their diverse terminal range. These popular tags are produced from quality brass material and tinned for reliable soldering. Available in a choice of stud/hole sizes they should find an immediate use in many applications.

The existing series of pcb terminals has been expanded to include further sizes in the group of blade connectors available. Already offering the option of vertical or horizontal style, tab sizes now cover 2.8 x 0.5mm through to the regular 6.3 x 0.8mm size, ideal for accepting M-Pro crimps.

Other pcb products include a tapped terminal - a 4 hole mounting device that will accommodate an M3 screw, and a selection of test points. These consist of gold plated wire with a glass bead insulator. Available in a choice of colour they are suitable for connecting probes and clips or raising hot components off the pcb.

For more information on the full range of M-Pro products available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email

Alternatively you can click on the link below to view the data for the M-Pro range of pcb terminal and solder terminal products.

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This news article was originally published in September 2001.

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