- Sockets for soldering into PCB, intended for clasping and releasing one wire only
Re: Sockets for soldering into PCB, intended for clasping and releasing one wire only
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Wire to board connectors ...
On Wed, 3 Feb 2021 at 10:06, DougF VK4OE <uwaves@...
Greetings to all readers!
First of all, does anyone know the electronics industry name given to
small single-conductor 'sockets' which are usually soldered into a PCB,
designed to mechanically clasp a stiff wire (c. 0.7 mm dia.) and later
to release that wire as whatever that wire is connected to is pulled
away from the PCB?
I have seen such things in some boards taken from pieces of HP test
equipment where there is a small 'daughter' board fitted to the parent
board but still able to be removed from it.
Discovering the 'normal' name given to these is a first step towards
possibly acquiring some....and the obvious next question is whether
anyone knows a current source for this type of item....
Thanks in anticipation,
--Doug Friend, VK4OE.
Robin Szemeti - G1YFG
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