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  • Calculating X Probe Termination Heights (.pdf)
    Probe Termination Pin set height is a critical factor in the performance and life of the X Probe. When set too low, the X Probe is under-stroked, reducing the contact force and the X Probe's ability to penetrate surface contaminants. When set too high, the X Probe is over-stroked, resulting
  • Test Probes Spring Force Considerations (.pdf)
    When selecting probe spring force for vacuum fixtures, consider these factors: 1) Total probe spring force. 2) Condition of contact surfaces. 3) Distribution of probes across the probe field
  • Calculating Socket Set Heights (.pdf)
    Socket set height is a critical factor in the performance and life of a test probe. When set too low, the probe is under-stroked, reducing the contact force and the probe's ability to penetrate surface contaminants. When set too high, the probe is over-stroked, resulting in decreased spring life

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