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William Miller
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re: Miniature connectors deliver high soldering performance, pick and place capability
William Miller   3/27/2013 1:55:28 PM
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I'm fascinated by this device! So small and so useful! What I like about it, is that it is made to operate in a vibrating environment. And "the DF50 Series board-to-wire connector is designed with blade type contacts attached to a thick, resilient housing wall that is resistant to cracking or deformation normally caused by wrenching forces during assembly" sounds really cool) I use to crack 2-3 connectors days ago. I hope this won't happen to this one as they promise. Schengen travel insurance



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