SSW

.100" Tiger Buy™ Socket Strip

This solder tail socket strip features high retention, cost-effective Tiger Buy™ contacts with surface mount or through-hole tails in single, double and triple row options. Straight or right-angle pins are available for standard insertion force or low insertion force to mate with .025” square post terminals.

Features
  • Application: Single, double and triple row up to 150 pins
  • Contact System: Tiger Buy™
  • Orientation: Vertical, right-angle
  • Pitch: .100" (2.54 mm)
  • Special Features: Standard and low insertion force contacts with standard solder tails
  • Termination: Through-hole, surface mount
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