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When selecting finishes, select the RoHS compliant finishes. They are better for the environment and less expensive!

ST-1200 Line
Quarter Turn
Guide Pin Fasteners

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Guide Pin Stud and Receptacle Picture
1224-936 Picture

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1224-936 Revision A

1224-936 Dimension Drawing
1224-936A Picture
1224-936A Dimension Drawing

Guide Pin or Anchor-Cam Quarter Turn studs have threaded ends which may be anchored in blind holes with thread locking compound or secured to supports with lock nuts. Once installed, the studs act as guide pins, aligning the panel for locking with Anchor-Cam Receptacles.

Material: Steel, heat treated

Finish: Zinc Trivalent Clear .0003 thick. Trivalent Chromate Clear with Sealer (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type III, SC 2, Clear
Suffix: -Z3CT

The above mentioned finish will be supplied as the standard finish upon depletion of existing stock which are finished as follows: Zinc electroplate .0003 thick, clear trivalent chromate (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, TYPE III, SC 2, CLEAR
Suffix: -Z3C

Different thread sizes, lengths, and materials are available on special order.

Receptacle - Type 1224-935SL
1224-935SL Receptacle Picture
1224-935SL Dimension Drawing

The compact Guide Pin receptacle is all stainless steel. It contains a heavy coil spring bridged by a cross-pin which engages the spiral cam in the stud end. The receptacle locks and releases in a quarter turn. The receptacle head has a 0.062" (1.57 mm) slot.

Material: All parts are stainless steel.

Performance Specifications
Locked tension: 60 lb
Receptacle locking torque: 15 in-lb
Receptacle unlocking torque: 10 in-lb
Rated tensile strength: 500 lb
Ultimate tensile strength: 1,000 lb

Installation procedure using thread locking compound
  1. Lock the receptacle onto the stud cam.
  2. Coat both the stud and hole threads with locking compound.
  3. Thread the fastener assembly down into the hole until it is tight. Refer to figure 1.
  4. Back the assembly out for one full turn, then allow the compound to cure before using.
Figure 1: Blind hole mounting
using thread locking compound
Guide Pin Installation Drawing
Figure 2: Stud secured from behind
using a lock-nut
Guide Pin Installation Drawing
Figure 3: Blind hole application
using a jam nut
Guide Pin Installation Drawing

Note: When our existing supply of Cadmium plated parts is exhausted, DFCI Solutions, Inc will no longer offer Cadmium plating as an option.

In place of the Cadmium plating, we recommend:

Clear: Zinc Trivalent Clear .0003 thick. Trivalent Chromate Clear with Sealer (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type III, SC 2, Clear
Suffix: -Z3CT

Black: Zinc Trivalent Black .0003 thick. Trivalent Chromate Black Dye with Sealer (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type II, SC 2, Black
Suffix: -Z3BT

Yellow: Zinc Trivalent Yellow .0003 thick, Trivalent Chromate Yellow Dye with Sealer

We recommend the Z3CT finish instead of the Z3YT finish. The Z3CT finish is much more cost effective and provides the same salt spray benefits as the Z3YT finish. (RoHS Compliant)
Specification(s): ASTM-B-633, Type II, SC 2, Yellow
Suffix: -Z3YT

The colored finishes offer no advantage over the clear other than the color, and they are more expensive.