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23.3060-29 Newark / element14 MC (MULTI CONTACT) Not Provided MC (MULTI CONTACT) - 23.3060-29 - TEST SOCKET; 32A; QUICK CONNECT; WHITE
450-3422-01-03-00 Newark / element14 WEARNES CAMBION Not Provided WEARNES CAMBION - 450-3422-01-03-00 - PCB TEST POINT; SOCKET; SINGLE POLE
23.3060-22 Newark / element14 MC (MULTI CONTACT) Not Provided MC (MULTI CONTACT) - 23.3060-22 - TEST SOCKET; 32A; QUICK CONNECT; RED
450-3888-01-06-00 Newark / element14 WEARNES CAMBION Not Provided WEARNES CAMBION - 450-3888-01-06-00 - PCB TEST POINT; SOCKET; SINGLE POLE
23.0050-25 Newark / element14 MC (MULTI CONTACT) Not Provided MC (MULTI CONTACT) - 23.0050-25 - TEST SOCKET; 2MM; 10A; SOLDER; GREEN
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