From: Mike Saunders ([email protected])
Date: Tue May 29 2001 - 09:01:15 PDT
I've also used mictors with much success for various analyzer or
board-to-board applications, but they do sometimes need to be reinforced
mechanically. The nice thing is their matched impedance (and thus the
name) and ground "plane" running through the middle. Also, as previously
mentioned, don't plan on using them for power (use for signals only).
Although you call out only the need for board-to-board interconnect, some
others may be interested in the analyzer application. For them, the
locking tab which mates with the analyzer mictor, or "shroud" as specified
below, is available through:
Precision Interconnect Corp.
16640 SW 72 ND Avenue
Portland, OR 97224
Not an ad, just an fyi.
At 11:04 PM 5/28/2001 +1000, Jon Keeble wrote:
>I've used these Mictor connectors successfully.
>I chose them because they mate with a Tektronics Logic Analyser lead set.
>The PCB mounting connector comes in two parts - the connector and a shroud.
>The shroud requires a couple of mounting holes, and provides for mechanical
>stability for the lead set.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Andrew W. Riley III" <[email protected]>
>To: "Shahar Eytan" <[email protected]>; <[email protected]>
>> Moving the motherboard can cause the connectors to
>> separate just enough to create problems with design verification. I
>> even observed the senior engineer having problems without moving the
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