OYSTER BAY, N.Y. – Mill-Max Manufacturing Co. in Oyster Bay, N.Y., is introducing the single-row 824-22-0XX-00-005000 and double-row 826-22-0XX-00-005000 solder cup spring-loaded connectors for rugged and discreet wire-to-board, cable-to-board, or cable-to-cable interconnect applications.
The connectors provide a mid-stoke of .045 inches with a maximum stroke of 090 inches. The longer stroke helps compensate for tolerance stack-ups in assemblies and provides greater flexibility for unpredictable motion due to shock and vibration.
The 824 & 826 series headers have the 0947-0-15-20-77-14-11-0 spring pin using 0.09-inch maximum stroke spring. Each pin in the connector provides a mid-stroke force of 60 grams. A solder cup sized to accommodate as large as a 22 AWG wire and a current rating of 2 amps continuous use (3 amps maximum).
The high-retention force press-fit of the solder cup to the body of the spring pin ensures the reliability of the component during soldering and assembly. Uniform orientation of the solder cups eliminates the need to manipulate the wires or the connector to solder each wire.
The connectors are made with high-temperature Nylon 46 insulators, have 0.1-inch pin spacing and are available from 1 to 64 positions in single-row, and 2 to 72 positions double-row.
Gold plated, precision machined brass components and beryllium copper springs ensure high conductivity, corrosion resistance, and durability. The spring-loaded plunger is suitable for mating with gold plated circuit board pads or Mill-Max target pins and connectors.
For more information contact Mill-Max online at www.mill-max.com.
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