Featured | Components | Mechanics | Fixing Elements | Apr 21, 2017

SMD Push-to-Fix (P2F) by BJB. Solderable Mounting Elements for LED Boards

BJB has developed the solderable Push-to-Fix(P2F) SMD fixing element for an especially simple and quick mounting of LED boards in luminaire housings. It is suitable for Low- and Midpower LED-Boards in linear and flat luminaires. The outstanding feature of it is the pre-attachment of the spring clip, which takes place by means of a solder plate during the SMD mounting process. During the final installation, the board is then fixed in the luminaire housing by a simple click. This can be performed by hand as well as automatically.

Ready to click: the fixing of LED boards with the SMD P2F element offers advantages in many aspects. On the one hand, this method avoids costly manufacturing processes with screws, minimizing at the same time the stocking expenses. The high-strength and at the same time elastic springs of the SMD P2F ensure a positive click-on connection resistant to vibration and shocks. Last, but not least, the low installation height above the board prevents unwanted shadow formation. This way, P2F convinces with many useful features and functionalities.

A solution to simplify the installation of LED boards into luminaire housings
The SMD P2F fixing element of BJB streamlines and simplifies the installation of LED boards and reduces the interference potential on the lighting quality. Supported are total thicknesses from 1.5 to 2.6 mm, calculated each for board and housing sheet. The components are supplied fully assembled as Tape-and-Reel. A corresponding Footprint as well as a cutout of 4.5 mm/± must be planned on the board for the automatic SMD mounting. The housing sheet needs a cutout of ø3.0 mm each.

For additional information please visit www.bjb.com or
http://www.bjb.com/index.php?pid=434442&languageid=4
for more product information or contact us below for samples.

About BJB:
BJB is a world renowned German manufacturer and lighting technology solution provider offering a comprehensive range of products & services: LED modules, COB holders, optical components, PCB fixing elements, SMD connectors, testing and automation solutions. BJB has been a leader in the lighting industry since 1867 and now pioneers innovative solutions for solid-state lighting technology.

 

Company Headquarters:

BJB GmbH & Co. KG
Werler Str. 1
59755 Arnsberg
Germany
Tel.: +49 2932 982 0
E-mail: info@bjb.com
Web: www.bjb.com

 

BJB USA:
BJB Electric, L.P.
6375 Alabama Highway
Ringgold, GA 30736
USA
Tel: +1 (706) 965-2526
E-mail: sales@bjb.com
Web: www.bjb.com

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