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Electronics Forum | Fri May 31 14:02:23 EDT 2002 | dougt

Russ We decided to use a PC-104 brd for a piece of equipment and had to make a "PC-104 Adaptor Brd" as it is affectionately known. The actual PC104 connectors came with what they called a solder system, a flat piece of solder with holes in it that w

gold connectors

Electronics Forum | Fri May 31 09:13:12 EDT 2002 | russ

Jim, you are right in this. these connectors have long pins 1/2" or so that protrude through the board and are used for mating into a female connector on some other assembly. due to both length and "no solder allowed in contact area" criterias thes

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Electronics Forum | Wed May 29 19:17:17 EDT 2002 | russ

We are starting to see a large increase in the use of through board gold plated connectors that require hand soldering with the limitation of .o6" encroachment up the pin. What is the best way to accomplish this? we currently scrap about 5-10% of t

Straddle-mount connectors

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 02 04:30:43 EDT 2015 | eniac

Hi guys. Does anyone know how to assemble straddle-mount connectors in mass production? I mean connectors like this: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/GWE32DHRN-T941/S9650-ND/4794534 GWE32DHRN-T941 I know how to assemble it manually, but I hav

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Electronics Forum | Thu May 30 08:51:45 EDT 2002 | davef

I assume the connector is like one used in PC104 that allows mating of boards together by inserting the pins extending from the connector on one board into the female portion of the connector on a second board. Who ever accepted this job is dopey.

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Electronics Forum | Thu May 30 08:04:25 EDT 2002 | zanolli

Hello Russ, I'm not quite sure I understand your question. Are you saying that you must hand solder these connectors because the gold plating doesn't allow other though hole processing methods to wet the solder the length of the pin in the PTH? Reg

Stacking connectors

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 20 18:45:36 EDT 2005 | Sue PH

Am looking for an easy way to solder in stacking connectors. Has any one found a way to wave solder these in, or even a simplified way to hand solder them in. Thanks for the help.

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Electronics Forum | Thu May 30 14:35:00 EDT 2002 | davef

Hey Jim, What can you tell us about the causes, results, and prevention of 'fretting corrosion' in connectors? Jim, I'm not adding this to insult you, but as a source of more information for those that are not familiar with the topic. Background o

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Electronics Forum | Fri May 31 09:09:21 EDT 2002 | russ

Dave, you would be correct in this application. I wish I could prevent these products from coming into our shop, but... I do like the idea of press fit and I will have to research on the availability and persuade the customers to change. I was wond

Straddle-mount connectors

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 24 16:37:47 EDT 2015 | cnotebaert

to my knowledge it will always be manual insertion,, if you mean reflow, not insertion, I always apply solder to one side, reflow, then apply tacky flux pre print to the already soldered pins, print op side, assemble part then send through placement

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