Press Release Summary:
Assembled with precision screw machine receptacles and packaged in high temperature thermoplastic insulators, series 110...10-00X (2-5) relay sockets can be exposed to reflow temperatures. They are available in 4, 6, 8, 14, and 16 pin configurations and use MM#1001 receptacles assembled with hi-rel, 4 finger #30 contact rated at 3 A. Available in RoHS and non-RoHS plating configurations, sockets are provided bulk in tubes and can be modified to meet application-specific requirements.
Original Press Release:
Mill-Max Expands Its Line of Relay and Oscillator Sockets
Mill-Max Mfg. Corp. expands its line of relay and oscillator sockets by introducing six new series with unique patterns, bringing our total to ten.
Relay sockets accept devices with I/O pins on .100" grid. They make device field insertion and removal easy and convenient. Assembled with precision screw machine receptacles and packaged in high temperature thermoplastic insulators, Mill-Max relay sockets can be exposed to reflow temperatures.
New series 110...10-00X (2-5) relay sockets are available in 4, 6, 8, 14 and 16 pin configurations. Mill-Max relay sockets use MM#1001 receptacles assembled with a hi-rel, 4 finger #30 contact rated at 3 amps.
This product is available in RoHS and non-RoHS plating configurations. It is provided bulk in tubes. Our engineers can also assist you with modifications of our relay sockets to meet your application-specific requirements.
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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.
For more information,
Robin D. Ritter,
Mill-Max Mfg. Corp.,
Tel: 516-922-6000 ext. 211;
MILL-MAX MFG. CORP.
190 PINE HOLLOW ROAD
PO BOX 300