uxcell a15091500ux0390 P75-E2 Convex Tip Metal Spring Test Probe Pin, 1.3 mm Diameter, 100 Piece

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  • Product Name : Test Probe;Model No. P75-E2;Tip Type : ConvexTip
  • Tip Size(Approx) : 1.3x1mm/0.05″x0.04″(D*L);Shank Size(Approx) : 1×12.5mm/0.04″x0.5″(D*L)
  • Spring Part Size(Not Include Convex Tip Head) : 0.7×2.7mm/0.03″x0.1″(D*L);Overall Length(Approx) : 17mm/0.67″
  • Material : Metal;Color : Gold Tone, Silver Tone
  • Weight : 9g;Package Content : 100(+/-2%)pcs x Test Probe

Specification: uxcell a15091500ux0390 P75-E2 Convex Tip Metal Spring Test Probe Pin, 1.3 mm Diameter, 100 Piece

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Package Dimensions 4.1 x 4 x 0.2 inches, 0.32 Ounces
Item model number a15091500ux0390
Date First Available December 5, 2015
Manufacturer Uxcell

7 reviews for uxcell a15091500ux0390 P75-E2 Convex Tip Metal Spring Test Probe Pin, 1.3 mm Diameter, 100 Piece

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  1. Kindle Customer

    Not much to say. They are working as they should.

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  2. Eric

    These work great. No complaints. Simple device, reasonable price. Fit standard plated through holes. 1mm body with a 1.3mm head.

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  3. TwoDogNight

    This is specialized gear for electronics, but I know almost nothing about electronics. As soon as I read the product description, I knew why they were recommended and purchased them, They work well and provide about 3-5mm of spring loaded travel, so work well in making contacts to circuit boards when these are used in testing jigs.

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  4. Gregg

    As advertised. Basic item that meets the tester’s needs. Good springs, easy to solder.

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  5. Kahlaspop

    These pins were what I was looking for one of my PCB boards; worked well and had no major issues. One thing to notice is that they are fragile, and I don’t think it is due to this brand or the product I received, but due the nature of the size and mechanics of the pin, so be careful when soldering or installing them

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  6. Amazon Customer

    These + a breadboard and clamp are all I need to test chips without soldering headers onto them, only to remove later in a more final build. The _only_ difficulty I’ve had is inserting these into the breadboard. I’ve been using an upside down phillips screw to push the pins down into the breadboard straight.

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  7. TwoDogNight

    I bought several Sonoff switches which can be programmed with Tasmota software to allow them to use MQTT to operate. I expected the PCBs to have holes in them where a header would be soldered to allow them to be programmed. It appears that Sonoff have decided to fill these holes with solder so getting a header pin in there has become a real hassle. Instead of making new holes I decided to 3D print a jig and set that jig up with these spring test probes. They worked flawlessly, I reprogrammed 5 Sonoff switches in minutes. I only used 5 of the test probes as they worked first time every time. I would definitely recommend these test probes.

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