Vector 4617-1 IBM PC AT/ISA Plugboard for prototyping. NOS (New Oldstock item) Opened for inspection but never used.Sold By Saturn5tek, Ships from United States of America
This is a prototyping plugboard for old AT style IBM or clone pc computers that can be hard wired or used with a wire wrap system. Height: 4.5" 16-Pin DIP Capacity: 108 Material: FR4 Epoxy Glass V/...Read More…
Height: 4.5" 16-Pin DIP Capacity: 108 Material: FR4 Epoxy Glass V/G Terminals: T44, T46, T49, T68 Socket Pins: R32 Extender: 3690-26, 3690-26-1 Hole Diameter: .042" • 0.100” grid Bus surfaces solder-coated for convenience
Proto Board Type Plugboard, Card Edge Plating Non-Plated Through Hole (NPTH) Pitch 0.1" (2.54mm) Grid Circuit Pattern Edge Contacts 98 @ 0.1" (2.54mm) Hole Diameter 0.042" (1.07mm) Size / Dimension 13.25" L x 4.50" W (336.6mm x 114.3mm)
Board Thickness 0.062" (1.57mm) 1/16" Other Names V1040
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