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NEW PRODUCTS – Pogo Pins – 10 Packs – “Cupped Head” P75-A2 / “Crown Head” P75-H2 / “Needle Head” P75-B1

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NEW PRODUCTS – Pogo Pins – 10 Packs – “Cupped Head” P75-A2 / “Crown Head” P75-H2 / “Needle Head” P75-B1



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Pogo pins are little spring-loaded contacts, very handy for making jigs, or making momentary (but electrically solid) contacts. We use them by the dozen for making programming and testing jigs but they’re handy also if say you want to JTAG program a board that you cant solder headers to – just shove these thin contacts into a 0.1″ pitch IDC programming cable and press it onto the contacts.



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Pogo Pins “Cupped Head” (10 pack) – P75-A2

These particular pins are (in our opinion) ideal because they are skinny enough to fit into most proto board or perf board – they have a 1.0mm/0.04″ diameter body (the gold part) but the spring contact head is 1.3mm (0.05″) wide. The uncompressed length is 16.5mm/0.65″, compressed is 13.8mm/0.54″

In stock and shipping now!



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Pogo Pins “Crown Head” (10 pack) – P75-H2

These particular pins are (in our opinion) ideal because they are skinny enough to fit into most proto board or perf board – they have a 1.0mm/0.04″ diameter body (the gold part) but the spring contact head is 1.3mm (0.05″) wide. The uncompressed length is 16.5mm/0.65″, compressed is 14.2mm/0.56″

In stock and shipping now!



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Pogo Pins “Needle Head” (10 pack) – P75-B1

These particular pins are (in our opinion) ideal because they are skinny enough to fit into most proto board or perf board – they have a 1.0mm/0.04″ diameter body (the gold part) but the precise spring contact head is 0.7mm (0.03″) wide. The uncompressed length is 16mm/0.63″, compressed is 13mm/0.51″

In stock and shipping now!


Check out our tutorial on how we make pogo-pin jigs!

All pogo pins are in stock and shipping now!


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