Press Release Summary:
- 867-22-002-70-501010 connector features precision-machined and gold-plated spring pins on 0.100” (2.54 mm) centers
- Combines high quality mill-max spring-loaded pogo pins with the convenience of a 12” pig-tail to suit a wide variety of applications
- Each wire end is stripped to a length of 0.140” with slug on to prevent fraying
Original Press Release:
Mill-Max Introduces Pre-Wired Spring-Loaded Connectors
A value-added solution for spring-loaded wired applications
Oyster Bay, NY, 13 January 2020 – Mill-Max Manufacturing Corp., Inc. announces the release of a new pre-wired spring-loaded connector, a two-position header with crimp terminated wires. This product combines high quality Mill-Max spring-loaded pogo pins with the convenience of a 12” pig-tail to suit a wide variety of applications.
The new 867-22-002-70-501010 connector is a cost-effective solution when a wired connection is required in an electrical assembly. Crimping wires to a connector comes with challenges: gang crimping tooling is not readily available and the alternative, crimp and poke connectors, can be time consuming and labor-intensive to use. This connector eliminates those issues and is ready to use in a host of wire termination applications. The open-end wire offers flexible termination possibilities such as soldering, crimping, splicing or connecting to a terminal block. The 867 series uses high reliability Mill-Max spring-loaded pins making it an excellent choice for battery charging, low-power delivery and quick connect purposes.
The connector features precision-machined and gold-plated spring pins on .100” (2.54 mm) centers, each having a maximum stroke of .055” (1.4 mm), with a connector housing molded from high temperature thermoplastic. The two-wire pig-tail is made from 24 AWG stranded conductors; one red, one black, 12” (305 mm) long. The wire is per UL1007 with PVC insulation and 7/32 stranding. Each wire end is stripped to a length of .140” (3.56 mm) with slug on to prevent fraying. The wire retention of the crimp joint is 8 pounds (3.63 kg) minimum and there is a positive stop inside the connector so the pins cannot be dislodged if pull force is applied to the wires.
For more information, please visit http://www.mill-max.com/PR694.
Mill-Max is the leading US manufacturer of machined interconnect components with a vertically integrated manufacturing facility headquartered at 190 Pine Hollow Rd., Oyster Bay, NY 11771. Its full product line includes spring-loaded connectors, SIP, DIP, PGA and BGA sockets, board-to-board interconnects and pin headers, surface mount and custom products, PCB pins and receptacles, solder terminals, wrapost receptacles and terminals. The company’s complete manufacturing facility includes engineering, tooling, primary and secondary machining, stamping, plating, injection molding, and assembly.