British Telecom Connector - BTA (female)

These analog (RH) British Telecom connectors are primarily used by our English friends across the pond but here at SparkFun we like to use them for Vernier sensors. These 6-pin connectors are very similar to the RJ11s we use here in North America except instead of a bottom-mounted hook lock, the BTA uses a side-mounted lock. These BTA connectors are perfect for educators or other users who need to set up a Custom Vernier analog sensor which produces a voltage that changes from high to low or vice versa.

British Telecom Connector - BTA (female) Product Help and Resources

Pin-out Diagrams for the BTA Connector

Are you looking for the elusive Male BTA connector? Want to just know more about the pin-out of a BTA connector? This website provides detailed diagrams of BTA pinouts as well as more information on BTA connectors.


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  • Need an EAGLE part lib for this one, SPE. I design a lot of data logging systems and this could be useful. Same for BTD.

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