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Headers and Jumpers Support Continuous Operation up to 250° C

Headers and Jumpers Support Continuous Operation up to 250° C

Sullins Connector Solutions, Inc. has expanded their comprehensive portfolio of high-temperature devices to include full series of 0.100 in. (2.54 mm) pitch contact spacing male headers and jumpers that support continuous operating temperatures of 150 °C,  200 °C and 250 °C.  The  single- and dual-row devices are optimized to facilitate design flexibility and manufacturing efficiency in demanding high-temperature applications by eliminating the associated time and expense of a bridge to lower temperature environments.  Headers are offered in an array of configurations including straight, right angle, and surface mount, to further promote design flexibility.

Sullins' new continuous high temperature rated header and jumper series target a broad range of thermally demanding industrial, commercial, and consumer applications in which high-density, and high-cycle life are required.  They are ideally suited for employment in burn-in oven facilities, design stage electronic component testing and evaluation, communication equipment, medical equipment instrumentation, power converters and power supplies, aerospace, and automotive systems and products.

Featuring a current rating of 3 Amps per contact, the single- and dual-row headers are provided with 1 to 36 contacts per row and with 10 or 30 micro inches of overall gold plating.    Insulator materials for the high temperature header and jumper series are PA9T, PPS or PEEK, and contacts materials are beryllium copper, phosphor bronze, spinodal, or beryllium nickel alloy. Materials are UL94V-0 rated.

In quantities of 1,000, typical prices for Sullins' new high temperature devices start at $0.31 each for 2-position/4-pin single-row headers and $2.81 each for 2-position jumpers. Delivery is from stock to 5 days. 

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