# Rear-mounting banana jacks

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#### Andre Majorel

Jan 1, 1970
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Only banana jacks I've seen that can be removed from the panel
without disconnecting from whatever's inside :

http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/banana/

Anyone knows who makes them ? Or a similar product ?

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#### [email protected]

Jan 1, 1970
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Andre Majorel said:
http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/banana/

Anyone knows who makes them ? Or a similar product ?

Pomona 1581 (tin), 2854 (gold), or 4900 (high temperature) *might* do
what you want:

http://www.pomonaelectronics.com/pdf/d1581_2854_4900_1_02.pdf

I don't know if all the plastic parts unscrew from the threaded part
or not. A picture at Mouser (US distributor) shows a 2854 with only
one of the plastic parts on the threaded part. Search for part number
565-2854-0 on mouser.com to see the photo.

Pricing from various US suppliers seems to be about $1.60 each for 1581,$2.50 each for 2584, and \$1.80 each for 4900. They are available in
various colors.

I hope this helps!

Standard disclaimers apply; I don't get money or other consideration
from any companies mentioned.

Matt Roberds

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#### Andre Majorel

Jan 1, 1970
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Pomona 1581 (tin), 2854 (gold), or 4900 (high temperature) *might* do
what you want:

http://www.pomonaelectronics.com/pdf/d1581_2854_4900_1_02.pdf

I don't know if all the plastic parts unscrew from the threaded part
or not. A picture at Mouser (US distributor) shows a 2854 with only
one of the plastic parts on the threaded part. Search for part number
565-2854-0 on mouser.com to see the photo.

Thank you. Those Pomona parts do look like they can be removed
from the back. They are suitable for panels up to 9.5 mm, which
the mystery jacks probably aren't unless you provide an

Bad news is that there is a minimum panel thickness (1.6 mm, way
too much for steel) and the front bushing is round so you pretty
much need a D-shaped punch for the hole.

I've since discovered that the Electro PJP 3230 does everything
the mystery jacks do, with the advantage that the front bushing
can be held fast with an ordinary 9 mm hex socket.

http://www.rapidonline.com/Cables-Connectors/Professional-4mm-sockets-63894

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