Screw Machine Strips

.100” (2.54 mm) pitch socket and terminal screw machine strips in low profile and elevated designs, with multi-finger BeCu contacts and precision machined shell for ultimate high reliability.


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High-reliability socket and terminal strips, and board stackers on .100" (2.54 mm) pitch.

Features
  • Multi-finger BeCu contacts
  • Precision machined shells
  • Ultimate in high reliability
  • Low profile to elevated board spacings
  • Single and double row
  • Wide variety of socket tail and terminal designs
Products
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  • SL
  • SDL
  • SS
  • ESS
  • ESD
  • HSS
  • BBL
  • BDL
  • BHS
  • TS
  • TD
  • HTS
  • SD
Precision Screw Machined Strips

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