I am looking to use some screw terminal blocks for a design.
The board consists entirely of SMT parts with (maybe) the exception of the screw terminal block for attaching wires to the thing.
True SMD terminal blocks seems to be few and far between - there is one from Weco, one from Phoenix Contacts and one from Amphenol.
To give myself a bit more choice, apparently some are designed for "through-hole reflow" where paste is pushed into the holes and are suitably melted during the SMT process and are thus are generally compatible with SMT processes.
So, does this process limit those who can assemble the boards? How can I easily identify which through-hole parts are reflow capable? Are there any other tricks that I should be aware of?