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A switching probe is conductively connected to the barrel, spring and receptacle while the terminal is insulated from these components and is designed primarily for detecting the absence or presence of non-conductive features, where a normal contact probe can not be used.
Tip: Prevent damage to the insulator on the tail by using heat sinking pliers during any soldering.
Solder type, press fit 3.0mm drill is most commonly used:
Drill part no. DS6
SOLDER OTHER WIRE TO RECEPTACLE SIDE
Solder type, Press fit 2.0mm drill is most commonly used. Drill Part No: DS3.
A large switching probe for presence detection use. It has a long travel and is ideal for more robust applications. Can be used with or without its receptacle.
A large switching probe with an extra long travel for presence detection use; ideal for more robust applications. Can be used with or without its receptacle.
Solder type press fit. Drill hole size 7.99mm; without receptacle 7.00mm
Push to make switching probe
Solder type press fit. Drill hole size 7.99mm; without receptacle 7.00m
Switching probe with option for push to make or push to break
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