Electronic Products & Technology

Solderless, compression mount connectors are spring-loaded

August 7, 2019  Stephen Law

MILL-MAX 858-22-00X-80-XX1101 and 858-22-00X-80-XX2101 solderless, compression style spring- loaded connectors have two active plungers and are designed to utilize hardware to secure them in position. Since no soldering is required, devices facilitate easy adjustment and flexibility during assembly and removal and replacement are simplified. Device’s spring pins with active plungers at each end makes the product suitable for situations in which a soldered connection is not desirable or may not be possible due to design constraints such as temperature considerations, stack up tolerance issues or where ease of assembly and disassembly is required. With spring-loaded plungers as the interface at both ends, the connector is sandwiched between two mating surfaces using screws to compress the plungers on the base end, eliminating the need for soldering. The opposite end plunger then acts as any other spring-loaded connector, ready to engage with a mating device or board.

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