Friday, June 22, 2018
Home/Current Issue >  New Products > 

Pulse Intros Pin-in-Paste RJ45 Connectors
RJ45 pin-in-paste connectors.
San Diego, CA — Pulse Electronics Corporation is introducing pin-in-paste RJ45 connectors with integrated magnetics. The pin-in-paste method, also called pin-in-hole or intrusive reflow, is a process that allows through-hole components to be reflow soldered instead of wave soldered.

The pin-in-paste option has been added to the company's PulseJack JXR0 and JXR1 1 x 1 tab down and tab up 100BASE-T integrated connector module (ICM) product families and is being developed for implementation in select 1000Base-T ICM families as well.

Because the ICM is compatible in a pin-in-paste process, it completely eliminates the need for the added wave soldering process, saving time, increasing throughput, and reducing costs.

The new high temperature-rated RJ45 connectors withstand a maximum reflow temperature of 260°C and operate over an extended temperature range of -40 to +85°C, meeting all IEEE 802.3 specifications. They are packaged in tubes or on tape-and-reel.

Contact: Pulse Electronics Corp., 12220 World Trade Drive, San Diego, CA 92128 858-674-8100 fax: 858-674-8262 E-mail: Web: or

search login