These breakout boards bring all 36 pins and shield of a 36-pin Centronics connector out to double deck screw terminal blocks, providing quick and secure connections. Each pin is also brought to solder pads (3 per pin) at 0.1" (2.54mm) spacing, allowing the user to easily add pin headers. Please note that the breakout boards are manufactured with a connection between each connector pin and the corresponding terminal block position; no soldering of any type is necessary. The solder pads simply provide an area for making optional connections to additional headers or other components.
This breakout board is perfect for production applications as well as experimentation and prototype work. It is well-suited for interfacing with data acquisition equipment, network systems, or any other devices that use the 36-pin Centronics connector.
This 36-pin Centronics connector is also referred to as a CHAMP, Amphenol, IEEE1284, or 'printer' connector. A breakout board is sometimes referred to as a "transition module", "terminal board", "terminal block", "breakout box", "breakout adapter", "terminator", or "interface module".
|Part #||Description||IGES Model||STEP Model||Document|
|BRKDC36FV1-R-DIN||36-pin Centronics, Right Angle, DIN Mount|
|BRKDC36FV1-R-FT||36-pin Centronics, Right Angle, Rubber Feet|
|Connector Guide||Which connector do I have? Consult this helpful identification guide.|
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Pricing and Ordering
|Product #||Description||1+||10+||RoHS||Buy Now|
Centronics 36-Pin Female Right Angle Connector:
|BRKDC36FV1-R-DIN||Centronics 36-Pin Female Breakout Board, R/A Connector, DIN Rail Mount||$39.00||$37.00||Yes|
|BRKDC36FV1-R-FT||Centronics 36-Pin Female Breakout Board, R/A Connector, Feet||$37.50||$35.50||Yes|
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