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single pin connector

Badia

#10547

single pin connector | 20 July, 1999

First of all, I'm a young Spanish so sorry for my English

I'm looking for a smd single pin connector. I need it to solder it in a alumina's substrate.

Please. can anybody help me ?

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#10548

Re: single pin connector | 20 July, 1999

| First of all, I'm a young Spanish so sorry for my English | | I'm looking for a smd single pin connector. I need it to solder it in a alumina's substrate. | | Please. can anybody help me ? | Baddia: That everyone with English as their first language were as prolific ... As you would expect there's a wide variety of SMT connector types. Try:

Zierick Amphenol Samtec

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George Verboven

#10549

Re: single pin connector | 23 July, 1999

| First of all, I'm a young Spanish so sorry for my English | | I'm looking for a smd single pin connector. I need it to solder it in a alumina's substrate. | | Please. can anybody help me ? | Go to the following adress: http://www.keyelco.com/kec/standpro/prodcopy/prod43.htm They have also SMD test pins

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Badia

#10550

single pin connector (II) | 26 July, 1999

Despite the goodness of Dave F. and George Verboven, I was unable to find the damned single pin connector. As a last attempt, I've draw it (see the link)

If somebody knows where can buy it, please help me

(and sorry for to ruin the English language)

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#10551

Re: single pin connector (II) | 26 July, 1999

| | Despite the goodness of Dave F. and George Verboven, I was unable to find the damned single pin connector. As a last attempt, I've draw it (see the link) | | If somebody knows where can buy it, please help me | | (and sorry for to ruin the English language) | Badia: Go look for a SIMM (Single In-Line Memory Module) connector. They were popular in the 80386 days. Companies like Molex made billions of them. Good luck. Dave F

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JohnW

#10552

Re: single pin connector (II) | 26 July, 1999

| | | | Despite the goodness of Dave F. and George Verboven, I was unable to find the damned single pin connector. As a last attempt, I've draw it (see the link) | | | | If somebody knows where can buy it, please help me | | | | (and sorry for to ruin the English language) | | | Badia: Go look for a SIMM (Single In-Line Memory Module) connector. They were popular in the 80386 days. Companies like Molex made billions of them. Good luck. Dave F | Badia,

I'm positive Samtec have a part like the one in your link, they have SIMM connector's as well and are normally pretty good at comming up with oddball or variation's of existing part's for you. And by the way..you ruining the english language I think the guy's in the US got there first! ( only joking guys...)

JohnW

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