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Pulse Electronics Introduces Press-fit RJ45 Connectors with Integrated Magnetics
Eliminates wave soldering for a more efficient and cost-effective assembly process
"A typical production process consists of a component placement process and then soldering the components to the PCB. When you have both surface mount and through-hole components you have to process the PCB through both a reflow solder process for the SMT components and a wave soldering process for the through-hole components. The ICM is often the only through-hole component on the PCB, so wave soldering is necessary specifically for that part," explained Jonas Miller, product line manager, Pulse Electronics. "Pulse Electronics designed these press-fit pin ICMs in response to market demand to remove wave soldering from the PCB manufacturing process. In addition, having press-fit technology enables the manufacturer to rework the ICM more easily, without damaging the PCB."
Pulse Electronics' press-fit RJ45 ICMs meet IEEE 802.3 specifications. Detailed process specifications are available to assist customers with the insertion and extraction of these press-fit pin ICMs. The ICMs are packaged in trays. Prices start at approximately $5.00/port. High volume discounts are available. Lead time is 8 to 10 weeks. Information and datasheets on Pulse Electronics' 2x6 press-fit ICMs are at http://productfinder.pulseeng.com/product/JPB-0010NL or for more information visit http://www.pulseelectronics.com/Press-fitRJ45.
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