2mm Pitch Spring-Loaded (Pogo) Connectors

Mill-Max is excited to introduce the addition of 2mm pitch spring-loaded connectors to our extensive line of spring-loaded products.  As always, real estate is at a premium in electronic packaging with designers demanding tighter pitch interconnects that deliver high quality performance.  These spring-loaded connectors (SLC’s) are an appealing option combining both durability and space saving qualities.  For board-to-board or device-to-board connections, these 2mm spring-loaded connectors are a practical solution.  

The connectors feature spring pins with a working travel of .0275” (0,7mm) and a maximum travel of .055” (1,4mm).  With a base diameter on the pins of .056” (1,42mm) and a plunger diameter of .032” (,81mm) there is adequate space for laying out the PCB pads and traces on both the solder and mating sides of the connectors.   The initial, uncompressed, height of the connectors is .295” (7,5mm).   

These new SLC’s are offered in single row, series 836-22-0XX-30-001101 and double row, series 838-22-0XX-30-001101.  Standard availability is 2 to 10 positions for single row and 4 to 20 positions for the double row.  Both series are available in tubes or on tape and reel which have pick & place vacuum clips to facilitate automated assembly. 

The new 2mm pitch spring-loaded connectors maintain the quality and reliability of current Mill-Max spring pin connectors by utilizing the same precision-machined components and internal spring components.  Gold-plated components and springs ensure the highest conductivity, corrosion resistance and durability. The spring-loaded pins used in these connectors have a current rating of 2 amps continuous use (3 amps maximum.)  The high temperature plastic housing is suitable for all soldering processes and the connectors are RoHS compliant.  

For more information use the links to the right for additional product details, to order a sample, to find related products, or contact Mill-Max Technical Services for custom design options.

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