Mill-Max Discrete, Insulated Spring Pins

By News Release | July 14, 2014

The new line of Mill-Max discrete, insulated spring pins is the first series from the supplier dedicated to single-position, insulated, spring-pin terminals.

Mill-Max Discrete, Insulated Spring PinsMill-Max introduced a line of discrete, insulated spring-loaded pins that offers seven different heights of SMT spring pins assembled in durable, high-temperature, nylon 46 insulator sleeves. This new series, 807-22-001-30-00X101 (X = 0-6), utilizes existing Mill-Max spring pins (0965 and 0900-X series) and is the first series produced by Mill-Max dedicated to single-position, insulated, spring-pin terminals.

The 807 product is for applications where electrical isolation is required. It provides insulation of the spring pin terminal for situations such as passing through a conductive case or housing or for isolating the pin from surrounding conductive components or elements. The insulators used on the 807 series are cylindrical in shape with two diameters. The larger diameter, the collar, is .094″ (2.39mm) in diameter and acts as a positive stop as the pin passes through an enclosure. The uncompressed height range of the series ranges from .100″ (2.54mm) to .236″ (5.99mm) with a working travel range from .012″ (.3mm) to .0275″ (.7mm). Maximum stroke capability range is from .024″ (.61mm) to .055″ (1.4mm).

The 807 series is available in bulk or packaged on tape and reel for automated pick-and-place assembly; the insulator sleeve keeps the component stable in the pocket to facilitate the pick-and-place process. The high-temperature nylon 46 insulator is suitable for RoHS soldering processes. The 807 series spring pins are constructed of precision-machined, gold-plated components and gold- plated beryllium copper springs. (The 807-22-001-30-000101 has a gold-plated stainless steel spring.)  All are rated at 2A and have a mechanical life of 1,000,000 cycles.

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