Definition of through-hole in English:

through-hole

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adjective

(Of an electronic component) having leads which are designed to go through holes to the other side of a circuit board for soldering. Often contrasted with surface-mount.
More example sentences
  • In integrating spiral inductors, a number of issues emerged including cad layout, copper etchback, through-hole plating and interconnect lines.
  • This product requires fewer board assembly process steps compared with the equivalent through-hole product.
  • Then, etchant is supplied via the through-hole to make a space in the base layer under the resonator assembly.

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