PCB Test Points Hasten Probing

Jan. 5, 2007
The RoHS-compliant TP-104 series color-coded PCB-mountable test points aid in quick and straightforward identification while allowing easy polarization. Suitable for high-density PCBs, the through-hole components support 0.062" thick boards. They

The RoHS-compliant TP-104 series color-coded PCB-mountable test points aid in quick and straightforward identification while allowing easy polarization. Suitable for high-density PCBs, the through-hole components support 0.062" thick boards. They accommodate secure, non-slip grip alligator clips, probes, J-hooks, tips, and grabbers plus they eliminate the risk of skin punctures resulting from the use of turret terminals and wire-wrap posts. The test points are available precut to any of 30 positions and come on breakaway strips with 0.125" centers. Additionally, the components employ 0.015" x 0.03" phosphor bronze and a 100% matte tin over nickel underplate. Their plastic bases are UL 94V-0 rated and available in 10 colors including red, white, black, orange, and yellow. Pricing is $0.092 each/1,000. COMPONENTS CORP., Denville, NJ. (866) 426-6726.

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