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4mm Binding Post

<p>These shrouded 4mm binding posts are ideal for panel mounting. They require a cut-out of 8.2mm and are terminated by means of twin nut fastening. Ideal for audio speaker connectors and other applications where robust high power connections are required. They have a 4mm end hole suitable for a wide variety of leads and probes terminals and a strong threaded insert for added reliability and to ensure a secure fixing.</p>

  • Body: Brass
  • Spring: Nickel plated
  • Insulation: ABS
  • Mounting hole 8.2mm
  • Contact: Twin nut fastening
  • Length: 44mm
  • Voltage: 30V AC - 60VDC
  • Maximum current rating: 19A
  • Available in black, green, red and yellow

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Question by Peter Thomson
Friday, March 6, 2015

Q What is the maximum panel thickness that this terminal fits?
A Hi Peter. Thank you for your question. 9mm is the maximum panel thickness for this range of binding posts.

Question by N Coppin
Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Q Is there a cross hole for attaching a wire above the panel?
A Hi N Coppin. Thank you for your question. These 4mm binding posts do not have a hole according to the data sheets.

Question by Jody
Friday, October 25, 2013

Q Would these terminals be insulated from the panel they are mounted on?
A Hi Jody. Thank you for your question. The only conductive part on these sockets is the nut so they are insulated.

Question by David
Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Q I am in education and am looking to mount these to a board. Do the top parts unscre so that you can connect a lead to it
A Hi David, thanks for your question.

Yes they unscrew allowing you to insert bare wire or a plug.

Question by Sean
Monday, May 7, 2012

Q Do the tops of these mounting posts remove completely or are the tops captive to the post.
A Thanks for your enquiry Sean. The tops are indeed captive to the post and cannot be removed.