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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
1167-30 Allied Electronics, Inc. POMONA FLUKE ELECTRONICS Not Provided Cable; Brass (Body), Beryllium Copper (Spring), Polypropylene (Insulation)
2BC-36 Allied Electronics, Inc. POMONA FLUKE ELECTRONICS Not Provided Cable Assy; Brass (Body), Beryllium Copper (Spring), Polypropylene (Insulation)
BU-2020-A-24-0 Allied Electronics, Inc. MUELLER ELECTRIC CO Not Provided Banana Plug; Beryllium Copper, Nickel Plated Spring; 20 AWG; 41/36; BU Series
4911A-12-0 Allied Electronics, Inc. POMONA FLUKE ELECTRONICS Not Provided Banana Plug; Brass (Body), Beryllium Copper (Banana Spring), Nylon (Insulation)
1416 Allied Electronics, Inc. KEYSTONE ELECTRONICS Not Provided Jack, Micro; Brass; Beryllium Copper (Spring); 0.067 in.; 0.2 in.
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  • AirBNC Broadcast Connector Independent Test Report
    results in significant labor savings during termination - they can routinely be terminated in 15 seconds. The. cable conductor is retained by beryllium copper spring loaded fingers within the center pin - similar to the interface of a BNC plug and jack. Microsoft Word - WSE AirBNC Broadcast Connector
  • Spring Pin Socket User Manual
    . plated music wire) is sandwiched between two plungers (gold plated hardened Beryllium Copper) inside. the barrel (gold plated Phosphor Bronze). The spring probe has high current rating (4.0A continuous,. single probe in free air @ ambient). The operating temperature range is -40° to 150° C. The solder
  • Medical Device Link . Design Considerations for EMI Gaskets Selecting the proper EMI gasket is a complex task that requires careful examination of all criteria.
    gaskets used in protecting medical electronics equipment. Photo courtesy of Chomerics Div., Parker Hannifin Corp. (Woburn, MA) Finger Stock. These gaskets are formed beryllium-copper spring fingers in various cross sections, including spiral wrapped. They can be tin or nickel plated. Wires
  • Medical Device Link .
    with military-grade materials that meet the quality and reliability standards required by medical device manufacturers. The pins and sockets are fabricated from annealed beryllium-copper and are spring-tension controlled before being plated with nickel and gold. Circular insulators are moulded from a glass-filled
  • Medical Device Link .
    that meet the quality and reliability standards required by medical device manufacturers. The pins and sockets are fabricated from annealed beryllium- copper and are spring-tension controlled before being plated with nickel and gold. Circular insulators are molded from a glass-filled liquid-crystal polymer
  • Medical Device Link .
    test standards in the industry and are constructed using military-grade materials such as Teflon, silicones, beryllium copper, and various epoxies ­to guarantee that the medical industry's quality and reliability demands are met. Pins and sockets are made of annealed beryllium copper
  • Choosing Connectors for Test Fixtures
    generally gives the best results. If the connector on your device under test and the connector on your fixture both have 15-30 micro-inches of gold plating you'll find your fixturing lasts thousands of cycles. Pins Select sockets made with gold plating over beryllium copper. Sockets wear out fast
  • Engineering Thin Medical Parts Through Photo Etching
    to these specialty materials, photo etching is. highly suitable for other metals including beryllium copper, stainless. steels, niobium, silver, brass and spring steels.

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