New Audio Jacks Available in Mid Mount SMT and Through Hole Mounting Styles

Press Release Summary:

  • Featuring right-angle orientations, 4 conductors and conformance to 3.5 mm audio standard
  • Rated up to 10,000 mating cycles and offers operating temperature ranges from -30°C to +85°C
  • Ideal for consumer electronics, mobile and industrial applications

Original Press Release:

RDI Introduces RSJ Series Stereo Audio Jacks

Available in Surface Mount, Mid Mount SMT, and Through Hole Mounting Styles

Mount Kisco, NY – October 1, 2019 - RDI today announced the introduction of its RSJ series of stereo audio jacks. The RSJ series audio jacks are available in surface mount, mid mount SMT, and through hole mounting styles, while featuring right-angle orientations, 4 conductors, and conformance to the 3.5 mm audio standard. Delivering compact form factors and profiles as low as 5mm, these stereo audio jacks help designers create solutions for consumer electronics, mobile, and industrial applications.

RDI’s RSJ stereo jacks are rated up to 10,000 mating cycles and offer operating temperature ranges from -30°C to +85°C. Shielding, internal switch, mounting tabs and reflow solder compatibility are also available depending on the model. All models comply with the most recent RoHS standards and carry a UL94V-0 flammability rating.

Thanks to their variety of mounting styles and features the RSJ series audio connectors are the ideal solution to carry audio signals in a range of consumer electronics, home and office equipment, and portable electronic devices.

About RDI

For over 30 years RDI has been a leading provider of Electronics Manufacturing Services, Standard and Custom Electromechanical Components, Design and Development Services and developer of ODM products. RDI is an ISO-9001-2015 and ISO-13485-2016 certified manufacturer headquartered in Mount Kisco, NY, and has over 500 employees worldwide along with a state of the art 90,000 square foot design and manufacturing facility in Shenzhen, China.



 RDI, Inc.

Josh Miller


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