Push Pogo Pin 3 - Chisel Point

PP3

1.25 USD
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$0.99 ea.
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$0.89 ea.
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This 33mm (1.3") long poker-tipped pogo pin probe is normally used for electronic JTAG uses, but we use them for bots!


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This spring-loaded test pogo pin would be a good poker. Normally used for testing circuit boards or programming via electronic JTAG interfaces, they also make killer-looking robot feet! Use them with the PPH1 pogo pin holder for quick and easy replacement.

This model has 3 flats chiseled together to a single point 1.5mm (0.059") in diameter. The outer shaft diameter is 1.01mm (0.040"), overall uncompressed length of 33mm (1.3") with 6.5mm (1/4") travel.

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