Connectors and pins for rugged electronic circuit cards introduced by Mill-Max

OYSTER BAY, N.Y., 23 March 2015. Mill-Max Manufacturing Co. in Oyster Bay, N.Y., is introducing target connectors and pins for use in place of SMT pads on a printed circuit board as the mating surface for spring-loaded pins.

Mar 23rd, 2015
By Intelligent Aerospace staff
By Intelligent Aerospace staff

OYSTER BAY, N.Y., 23 March 2015. Mill-Max Manufacturing Co. in Oyster Bay, N.Y., is introducing target connectors and pins for use in place of SMT pads on a printed circuit board as the mating surface for spring-loaded pins.

The interconnect products come in 2.54-millimeter and 2-millimeter grid connectors as well as new discrete pins for a wide range of applications.

Combining target connectors with spring-loaded connectors on opposing boards can be a simple and convenient solution for making connections between stacked boards or docking stations and devices.

The 2-millimeter pitch target connectors are designed to mate with the company's 836 and 838 series single and double row 2-millimeter pitch spring-loaded connectors.

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The connectors come in through-hole and SMT terminations with the SMT products packaged on tape and reel, with choices for connectors with flat or concave face contact surfaces. Concave face targets provide additional surface area for mating and can aid in centering and alignment of components an boards fitted with spring-loaded connectors.

All the pins are precision-machined and gold-plated for environmental protection, durability and good conductivity. The connector insulators are molded from high temperature plastic suitable for most soldering process including RoHS environments. All of these products are RoHS compliant.

For more information contact Mill-Max online at www.mill-max.com.

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