Plug-in board, DIN A4, STE

LD 57674
Plug-in board, DIN A4, STE
  4  Plug-in board, DIN A4, STE

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Description

For assembling electric and electronic experiment circuits for students' and training experiments. The experimenting surface has sufficient capacity for transistor circuits with up to three stages consisting of small plug-in elements in 2/19, 2/50 and 4/50 formats.
Also suitable for extending the base and work panels for the electric machine teaching models.

Technical data

  • 24 socket grids
  • Front equipped with 24 conductor intersections and 120 sockets
  • Rear equipped with 24 conducting squares and 216 sockets
  • Dimensions: 30 cm x 20 cm x 2.4 cm

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