Machine Pin Socket - Preci-Dip, Break Away, 1 Row, 15 Position

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Machine Pin Socket - Preci-Dip, Break Away, 1 Row, 15 Position

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High quality single row machine pin sockets made by Preci-Dip. These sockets are the break-away type and can easily snap into smaller sizes such as 5 separate transistor sockets.

SKU:
P-STTR-15
Item ID:
045226
UPC/EAN:
841358115998
Brand:
Preci-Dip
Product Measurements by Type
ContactClip (4 finger): Beryllium copper (C17200)
Contact resistanceMax. 10 mΩ
Dielectric strengthMin. 1000 V RMS
FlammabilityUL 94V-O
Insertion force2 N typ.
InsulatorBlack glass filled polyester PCT-GF30-FR
Mating pin diameter0.40 to 0.56mm
Mechanical lifeMin. 500 cycles
Pin Length3.17 mm
Pin Spacing2.54 mm
Rated current3 A
SleeveCuZn36Pb3 (C36000)
Socket Connector Height4.2 mm
Total Length36.81 mm
Withdrawal force1 N typ.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1.494 in. × 0.293 in. × 0.096 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.002 lbs.
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5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- June 2nd, 2021
5 out of 5

Used this to make a 4 pin dip socket, as they are hard to find. The sockets grab the leeds inserted
very strong and its easy to tell when they bottom out inside. Very useful part.

- May 6th, 2021
5 out of 5

Here is a very useful item for re-mounting that transistor that went bad on your PC board. Took you an hour or so to get it out of the amp. Put these pins in the transistor socket holes and press the new transistor into the pins and you can just add a slight amount of solder to it and presto you fixed it. Next time you need to replace it you will not have to pull the PC board out. Just unsolder it from the pins carefully.