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Standoffs


Standoffs are used in applications that require mounting, spacing or stacking panels, boards or components. These standoffs are pressed into pre-cut round holes and pressed with parallel squeezing force.They can mount permanently to sheets as thin as 0.025"/0.63mm.

Types of Standoffs Available at TCH :


Self-Clinching

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFSO, CFSOS
CFSOA CFBSO
CFBSOS CFBSOA

SO, SOS
SOA
BSO
BSOS
BSOA

CFSO self-clinching standoffs are designed for quick, easy installation with any standard pneumatic, hydraulic or mechanical press. Through-threaded standoffs are used in metal panels with thickness of .040 in. (1.0 mm) and up. No secondary operation, such as reaming or deburring, is necessary prior to installation.

Self-Clinching, Grounding

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFSOSG
CFSOAG

SOSG
SOAG

CFSOSG & CFSOAG self-grounding standoffs are designed to be installed in steel and aluminum chassis to ground PC boards. Projecting teeth assure excellent electrical contact with PC board circuit and eliminate need for serrated or star washers.

Miniature Self-Clinching

Part Number

Cross Reference

CF40
CF40S

DSO
DSOS

CF40 & CF40S MIniature Standoffs are designed to be used in limited space applications. They are ideal for securing D-sub connectors to enclosure backplanes and provide a flush mounting surface for RFI/EMI gaskets.

400 Series Stainless Steel

Part Number

Cross Reference

CF4-SO
CF4-BSO

SO4
BSO4

CF4-SO Standoffs are designed to be pressed into round holes in stainless steel material as thin as .040 (1mm). The through-hole versions are available in a choice of inch and metric sizes.

Self-Clinching Slide-Top

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFSKC

SKC

CFSKC slide-top standoffs are designed for a PC board or panel to be quickly attached and removed with a simple sliding motion. The slide-top standoffs provide advantages for reducing servicing time and eliminate the problems associated with loose hardware. Several slide-top standoffs can be used in conjunction with a Captive threaded standoff to lock the board in place.

Male Self-Clinching

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFMS

-

CFMS Standoffs provide a permanently captivated fastener with a reusable threaded post to mount PC boards and other components in electronic displays. The unique part is available in heat-treated and zinc plated steel or passivated stainless steel and can be installed into metal sheets as thin as .050 in (1.27 mm) thick.

Un-Threaded Thru-Hole

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFSO
CFSOS
CFSOA

SO
SOS
SOA

CFSO self-clinching standoffs are designed for quick, simple installation with any standard press into a drilled or punched hole, and become permanently attached to the thin sheet metal material. They are primarily used to provide spacing of multipanel assemblies. The unthreaded hole allows threaded studs to pass directly through the spacer to lower areas.

Thin Head

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFT
CFTS
CFTA

TSO
TSOS
TSOA

CFT standoffs allow flush-head installation in a material thickness of .025 in. (.63mm) or more.

Spring-Top

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFSSA
CFSSS
CFSSC

SSA
SSS
SSC

CFSSA, CFSSS & CFSSC spring-top standoffs are designed for permanent installation into sheet metal by pressing into a prepared hole. The spring-action post provides quick attachment and removal with a simple snap eliminating the problems associated with loose hardware.

Self-Clinching Concealed Head

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFHS

CSS
CSOS

CFHS concealed head standoffs allow permanent mounting in thin metal sheets, using a hollow punch and solid anvil. The standoff is pressed permanently into a blind milled hole, with no marring of the exterior surface.

Panel Screw Components

Part Number

Cross Reference

CFS2
CFR2
CFN2

PS10
PR10
N10

CFS2, CFR2 & CFN2 Panel Screw Components remain captive to panel and frame when unassembled. Panel Screws are designed to be flush in sheets as thin as .125 in. (3.2 mm.)