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Removable SMD Jumper Links for LED arrays from Harwin cut the cost of Production, free samples available from Anglia
Harwin have developed an easy means of connecting LED arrays together, simply and effectively removing any need for post-assembly soldering operations, and facilitating rework both in the factory and in the field.
 

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M-Pro offers extensive range of Crimp Terminals in both insulated and non-insulated styles

 

By employing quality materials throughout their product range and establishing reliable production techniques, M-Pro has created a broad spectrum of crimp terminals fit for the most demanding applications.

The insulated series encompasses a wide variety of styles, each available with a choice of wire size and identified by the industry recognised insulation colours of red, blue and yellow. Covering ring, fork, pin, blade and bullet crimps, the series is further enhanced by a large selection of push-on types which include, amongst others, the very popular 6.3 x 0.8mm size.

The non-insulated series is set around the ring terminal. It covers 3 wire sizes - 1.5mm², 2.5mm² and 6.0mm², with each offering an option of 5 different hole dimensions to fit metric studs from M3 to M8.

Finding uses in many applications, M-Pro crimp terminals have proven invaluable in situations which require fast solderless termination.

For more information on the full range of M-Pro products available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email info@anglia.com.

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