Printed Circuit Board Hybrid pins

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Marc Sugrue

Joined Jan 19, 2018
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Good afternoon all. I am creating a printed circuit board that requires a small hybrid/daugherboard to be attached to the board in a similar manner to a integrated circuit. Could anyone point me in the direction of a manufacturer of PCB pins that could be used for this purpose.

Thank you in advance.

Marc
 

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Marc Sugrue

Joined Jan 19, 2018
62
Thanks Eric,
Not really looking for an header, more a a solderable leg
hi Marc,
Is this the sort of IC pin you are considering.?
https://www.bitsbox.co.uk/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=225_230
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Thanks Eric,
I'm not looking for an header per se but it is an option. I've found these https://www.te.com/content/dam/te-com/documents/automotive/global/1654403-1_press_fit_connectors.pdf which are getting close. but i would like it soldered which may be an option with these
 

djsfantasi

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ScottWang

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I’ve used long header pins, with either one or two spacer bars. Note that the spacers can be moved up or down the pins, depending on the spacing desired for the daughterboard. Check these out!
https://www.peconnectors.com/pin-headers-special-ht-1xrow-.100/hws3133/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIrLaWiu-V4AIVFY7ICh30AQw2EAQYASABEgInZfD_BwE
I haven’t used these specifically, but searched “long header pins” to show you an example of what I mean.
I also like to used them to soldering with universal PCB, and cut some pins to matched what I needed for the pinout, so they can be insert to the breadboard easily for the experiments, like this.
 
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