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Applications for Spring Pins with Wire Termination

Introduction:
Both 0933-0 and 0962-0 can be used in single position applications and feature a press-fit barb on the spring body for the creation of multi-spring pin interconnect packages.

Mill-Max part number 0962-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 is a spring pin featuring a crimp barrel for crimp termination of 22 awg wires (.025" diameter) and offers the advantages of both a compression spring connection on one end and a wire termination on the other. The .042" diameter plunger performs with the same typical reliability Mill-Max customers have come to expect with any of its spring pin products. Rated at one million cycles minimum, it is as robust as any spring pin offered anywhere. It has the unique feature of a crimp-barrel tail that can accommodate stranded or solid copper wires up to 22 gage.

Plated with 20μ" of gold over nickel on each precision-machined component and 10μ" of gold over nickel on the beryllium copper spring, the 0962 is as durable as it is multi-faceted.

If soldering is preferred, Mill-Max part number 0933-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 is a spring pin featuring a milled soldercup for solder termination of 22 awg wires (.025" diameter) and is the perfect choice. With all the reliability characteristics of the 0962, the 0933 has the proven solder-cup design utilized by numerous Mill-Max pins and receptacles and can accommodate up to 22 gage stranded or solid copper wires.

 

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Figure 1.

 
Example application:
A customer solders 22awg wires into two individual Mill-Max# 0933 soldercup spring pins

Detail description:
Gold plated Mill-Max 0933-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 spring pins with soldercup feature can accept a wire size up to 22awg. Customers typically use our soldercup spring pins in single or multi-pin assemblies for docking, board stacking, cable, front plate or PCB mount applications.

The spring body features a retention barb below the shoulder for press-fit attachment into standard molded hi-temp thermoplastic or custom FR-4 machined insulators. MM#0933 spring pins are rated up to 3 amps and have a stroke life of 1 million cycles.
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Figure 2.
Example Application:
A customer protects the miniature Mill-Max soldercup spring pin connector with a molded housing to achieve the longest spring pin cycle life.

Detail description:
A customer's application incorporates a molded housing (transparent view) around the Mill-Max soldercup spring connector permitting ideal .0275" mid-stroke plunger engagement and protecting the miniature .042" diameter against damaging, potential binding, lateral load forces.
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Figure 3.
Example application:
A customer solders 22 awg wires into both a Mill-Max single row, 8 position, soldercup spring pin connector 824-22-008-00-001000 and a mating single row, 8 position, soldercup target connector 330-10-108-00-240000.

Detail description:
On right: Mill-Max 0933-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 spring pins are assembled into a standard .100" grid high temperature thermoplastic insulator. Known as 824-22-0XX-00-001000, this soldercup spring pin assembly (without wire attachments) is currently available from 2 to 64 positions (XX=02 to 64).

On left: Illustration of wired Mill-Max 3024-0-01-15-00-00-03-0 soldercup target pins assembled into a standard .100" grid high temperature thermoplastic. Known as Mill-Max 330-10-108-00-240000 (XX=02 to 64).
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Figure 4.
Example application:
A customer solders 22awg wires into a double row, 10 position, Mill-Max soldercup spring pin connector 826-22-010-00-001000 and mating double row, 10 position, soldercup target connector 430-10-210-00-240000.

Detail description:

On right: Mill-Max 0933-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 spring pins are assembled into a standard double row, .100" grid, high temperature thermoplastic insulator. Known as 826-22-010-00-001000, this soldercup spring pin assembly (without wire attachments) is currently available from 4 to 72 positions (XX=04 to 72).

On left: illustration of wired Mill-Max 3024-0-01-15-00-00-03-0 soldercup target pins assembled into a standard double row, .100" grid, high temperature thermoplastic. Known as Mill-Max 430-10-2XX-00-240000 (XX=04 to 72).
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Figure 5.
Example Application:
A customer solders 22 awg wires to their custom molded soldercup spring pin connector containing Mill-Max 0933-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 soldercup spring pins.

Detail description:
A customer's application incorporates a molded housing (transparent view) around the Mill-Max soldercup spring connector permitting ideal .0275" mid-stroke plunger engagement and protecting the miniature .042” diameter against damaging, potential binding, lateral load forces.
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Figure 6.
 
Example application:
A customer solders 22awg wires into two custom molded connectors assembled with Mill-Max#0933 soldercup spring pins and Mill-Max 3024-0-01-15-00-00-03-0 soldercup target pins.

Detail description:
On right: Two Mill-Max 0933-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 soldercup spring pins are assembled into a customer's molded insulator. Note the customer’s insulator design permits ideal .0275" mid-stroke engagement, protecting the spring pin plunger against over compression and/or damage due to lateral load forces.

On left: illustration of wired Mill-Max 3024-0-01-15-00-00-03-0 soldercup target pins are assembled into a custom insulator.
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Figure 7.
Example application:
A customer solders 22awg wires into two individual Mill-Max #0962 crimp barrel spring pins

Detail description:
Gold plated Mill-Max 0962-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 crimp barrel spring pin can accept wires up to 22awg. Customers typically use our crimp barrel spring pins in single or multi-pin assemblies for docking, board stacking, cable, front plate or PCB mount applications.

The spring body features a retention barb below the shoulder for press-fit attachment into standard molded hi-temp thermoplastic or custom FR-4 machined insulators. MM#0962 spring pins are rated up to 3 amps and have a stroke life of 1 million cycles.
Figure 8
Figure 8.
Example Application:
A customer protects the miniature Mill-Max crimp barrel spring pin connector with a molded housing to achieve the longest spring pin cycle life.

Detail description:
A customer's application incorporates a molded housing (transparent view) around the Mill-Max crimp barrel spring connector permitting ideal .0275" mid-stroke plunger engagement and protecting the miniature .042" diameter against damaging, potential binding, lateral load forces.
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Figure 9.
Example application:
A customer creates a custom 8 position, molded, mating interconnect using standard Mill Max 0962-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 crimp barrel spring pins and mating Mill-Max #3000 crimp barrel target pins.

Detail description:
On right: Mill-Max 0962-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 spring pins are assembled into a high temperature thermoplastic insulator.
On left: illustration of wired Mill-Max 3000-0-00-15-00-00-03-0 target crimp barrel pins assembled into a high temperature thermoplastic insulator. Mill-Max #3000 target pins provide a conductive mating path for Mill-Max Spring Pin Connectors.
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Figure 10.
Example application:
A customer soldered 22awg wires into two custom molded connectors assembled with Mill-Max #0962 crimp barrel spring pins and Mill-Max #3000 crimp barrel target pins.

Detail description:
On right: Two Mill-Max 0962-0-15-20-75-14-11-0 crimp barrel spring pins are assembled into a customer’s molded insulator. Note the customer's insulator design permits ideal .0275” mid-stroke engagement, protecting the spring pin plunger against over compression and/or damage due to lateral load forces.

On left: illustration of wired Mill-Max 3000-0-00-15-00-00-03-0 target crimp barrel pins are assembled into a custom insulator.
 
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Last Updated: 12/11/2018 09:05 AM


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