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New 1x1 tab-down SMT J0C series connectors from Pulse.

Pulse, a Technitrol (NYSE:TNL) Company, introduces the J0C-0003/4/5/6 series 10/100Base-TX surface mount (SMT) RJ45 single port (1-by-1) tab-down connectors with integrated magnetics. The robust J0C connector series can withstand the mechanical and thermal stresses of reflow soldering encountered on high-speed, automated, surface mount production lines, yet they are priced competitively with through-hole connectors.

A significant feature of the J0C connectors is the co-planarity on the SMT pins of less than 0.102mm (0.004 inch), minimizing dry joints after solder reflow and decreasing rework and scrap. Hipot performance complies with the IEEE802.3 standard. The operating temperature range extends from 0 to 70 degrees Celsius.

Designed for Direct Subscriber Line Asynchronous Multiplexing (DSLAM), the J0C Series adds value to Small Office/Home Office (SOHO), LAN on Motherboard, hubs, switches, Network Interface Cards (NICs), remote Device Terminals (DTs) and remote servers.

J0C Series products also meet or exceed the IEEE802.3i standard for 10Base-T, IEEE802.3u standard for 100Base-TX and the ANSI X3.263 performance standard.

The J0C Series connectors are available in tape-and-reel or tray packaging. Prices start at $1.60 per unit for quantities of 10,000. Unit price may vary depending on configuration and shipping destination. Contact Pulse directly for samples and high-volume pricing. Lead-time is four to six weeks. Detailed technical specifications are available on data sheet J409, http://www.pulseeng.com/pdf/J409.pdf located on the Pulse Web site.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
Date:Apr 26, 2004
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