PF7M-M4-1CN

Captive Panel Screw, Screw Head, Spring-loaded, Self-Clinching – Type PF7M

PF7M-M4-1CN

Captive Panel Screw, Screw Head, Spring-loaded, Self-Clinching – Type PF7M

  • Self-clinching mounting design provides high pushout resistance.
  • Installs flush on back side of panel.
  • Does not require special hole preparation.

Specifications

Thread Code
M4
Thread Size
M4 x 0.7
Thread Specification
6g, ASME B1.13M
Screw Length Code
1
Material Retainer
Carbon Steel
Material Screw
Heat-Treated Carbon Steel
Material Spring
300 Series Stainless Steel
Finish Retainer
Bright nickel over copper flash
Finish Screw
Bright nickel over copper flash
Finish Spring
Natural Finish
For Use in Sheet Hardness
HRB 60 or Less (Hardness Rockwell “B” Scale) / HB 107 or Less (Hardness Brinell)
Product Category
Captive Panel Screw, Screw Head, Spring-loaded, Self-Clinching – Type PF7M
CAD Supplier
PennEngineering® (PEM®)
Cad View
Unfastened
CADPartID
104980
Thread Type
PF7M
Application Type
Datacom, Telecom
Base Panel Material
Aluminum, Steel
Brand
PEM
Fastener Characteristics
Threaded External
G Plus Minus 025in 64mm
7.62mm
Industry
Datacom & Telecom
Installation Equipment/Method
C-Frame Manual Feed
PEM Product Family
PF
P Pm 025in Or 64mm
1.65mm
Product Type
Panel Fasteners
Technology Type
Self-Clinching
Unit (Metric/Unified)
Metric
A Shank Max
0.92mm
E ± 0.25_mm
10.29mm
H Plus Minus 025 Mm
3.00mm
Hole Size in Sheet + 0.08_mm
7.92mm
Min. Dist. Hole C/L to Edge_mm
8.38mm
Min. Sheet Thickness_mm
0.92mm
C Max._mm
7.9mm
T1 Nom._mm
10.92mm
T2 Nom._mm
16.00mm

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