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K110-2-R stress relief contact

Stress Relief Contacts


Stress relief contacts (also known as sliding contacts) are designed to simplify connection to the K100 and K100B bead pins. 

In use, the installer slides the contact over the bead pin and then attaches the tab to the circuit trace.

K110-2-R is designed to connect to a 0.41 mm or larger, trace on stripline.

The installation note for K110-2 shows how to make a connection to stripline.

Anritsu sells a step drill, 01-108 which allows a machinist to create all the required concentric holes for bead installation using only one tool.

  • Provide stress relief to protect circuits from temperature variations, shock and vibration.
  • Provides excellent quality microwave connection to a 0.30 mm pin without the need for soldering.
  • Designed to work with K connectors up to 40 GHz.

The K110-2-R replaces the K110-2

The K110-2-R is RoHS compliant. It contains less than the Maximum Concentration Values (MCVs) for Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium, PBB and PBDE per EU directive 2002/95/EC. The following RoHS exemption applies: Lead as an alloying element in copper containing up to 4% (40000PPM) lead by weight.

All materials contained in the "-R" version are identical to the materials contained in the obsoleted part. Only the "-R" suffix was added to signify RoHS compliance.