Whereas other contact solutions of this kind only comprise 2 points of contact to the mating pin, making them vulnerable to exposure from vibrational forces, the patent pending design of the Sycamore Contact gives engineers access to 3 contact points. This markedly improves operational stability, as well as delivering stronger pin retention and heightened levels of signal integrity.
Available in both top-entry and bottom-entry configurations, these sockets have a current rating of 6A and a 15mΩ (maximum) contact resistance. Their sturdy construction, which uses beryllium copper with gold plating, means that they support 500 mating cycles and exhibit an operational temperature range spanning from -50°C to +125°C. While this series was initially capable of accommodating 1 and 1.5mm diameter contact pins, it now covers pin sizes from 0.80 to 1.90mm.
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