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Sullins High-Temperature Headers and Jumpers

The new Sullins high-temperature headers and jumpers support continuous operation in environments up to 250°C.  

Sullins High Temperature HeadersSullins Connector Solutions announced the expansion of its comprehensive portfolio of high-temperature devices to include a full series of 0.100″ (2.54mm) pitch contact spacing male headers and jumpers that support continuous operating temperatures of 150°C, 200°C, and 250°C.  The new 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 targets 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 3A per contact, the single- and dual-row headers are provided with one 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 contact materials are beryllium copper, phosphor bronze, spinodal, or beryllium nickel alloy. Materials are UL94V-0 rated.

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