29 Dec '13, 6pm

AVX - New vertical single poke-home WTB contacts for harsh industrial applications

AVX - New vertical single poke-home WTB contacts for harsh industrial applications

Featuring high spring force, dual-beam contacts, the new vertical 9296 Series provides maximum mechanical stability and wire retention in a wide variety of harsh industrial applications without the added expense of an insulator and its associated assembly costs. Enabling individual placement and both top and bottom wire entry for FR4 and metal core PCBs, the new 9296 Series vertical poke home contacts also enhance design flexibility by significantly expanding the range of options for bringing discrete power, signal, or ground lines onto a PCB.

Full article: http://www.electropages.com/2013/12/avx-vertical-single-p...

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