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Micro Jack Screw Precision Board Stacking Standoff - VITA and PC/104 Standard

Micro Jack Screw Precision Board Stacking Standoff - VITA and PC/104 Standard
Features
  • Designated for PCI/104-Express™, VITA 42, 57.1, and 57.4 systems
  • For use with SamArray® and SEARAY™ connectors designed for VITA 42, 57.1, and 57.4 applications
  • ASP-103614-04, ASP-103612-04, ASP-189983-02, ASP-200178-01, ASP-200191-01, ASP-200179-01
  • ASP-134602-01, ASP-134488-01, ASP-134486-01, ASP-134606-01, ASP-134604-01, ASP-134603-01
  • ASP-188588-01, ASP-184330-01, ASP-184329-01, ASP-196174-01, ASP-186900-01, ASP-186899-01
  • For use with Q2™ connectors designed for PCI/104-Express™ applications: ASP-129637-03, ASP-129637-13, ASP-129646-03, ASP-129646-22
  • All versions operate with a 1.5 mm Allen key or driver
  • Divides PCBs in a steady, even motion to reduce risk of component damage
  • Available with or without thread locker
  • Works as a traditional standoff
  • 8.5 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, and 15.24 mm board stack heights available
  • M2.5, M3, and #4-40 threads available
Features
  • Designated for PCI/104-Express™, VITA 42, 57.1, and 57.4 systems
  • For use with SamArray® and SEARAY™ connectors designed for VITA 42, 57.1, and 57.4 applications
  • ASP-103614-04, ASP-103612-04, ASP-189983-02, ASP-200178-01, ASP-200191-01, ASP-200179-01
  • ASP-134602-01, ASP-134488-01, ASP-134486-01, ASP-134606-01, ASP-134604-01, ASP-134603-01
  • ASP-188588-01, ASP-184330-01, ASP-184329-01, ASP-196174-01, ASP-186900-01, ASP-186899-01
  • For use with Q2™ connectors designed for PCI/104-Express™ applications: ASP-129637-03, ASP-129637-13, ASP-129646-03, ASP-129646-22
  • All versions operate with a 1.5 mm Allen key or driver
  • Divides PCBs in a steady, even motion to reduce risk of component damage
  • Available with or without thread locker
  • Works as a traditional standoff
  • 8.5 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, and 15.24 mm board stack heights available
  • M2.5, M3, and #4-40 threads available
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