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High-Current Probes from ingun
Some of the many test probes available.
Konstanz, Germany — New from ingun is its HSS-624 M — a high-current probe that can handle up to 100A with Kelvin contact. The new screw-in high-current probe series is designed for transferring high currents while, at the same time, carrying out a voltage measurement directly on the contact pad (4-pole measurement). Up to 100 A can be reliably transferred in a grid with spacing of just 300mil (7.6mm). Its rugged design makes this probe suitable for difficult production environments.

The HSS-624 M is assembled in a receptacle and connected up by a threaded ring-lugs. The Kelvin contact on the receptacle is wired through a soldering hole.

According to the company, it develops and manufactures test probes and test fixtures and is highly regarded as a test equipment source in the electronic production industry — especially for high-frequency technology. Application areas are diverse, from telecommunications through medical.

The company offers an extremely large assortment of test probes worldwide, providing 20,000 variations of more than 400 series and more than 50 different tip-styles: spring-loaded, pneumatic, as a switching probe, high-frequency or high-current probe, as a rotating or non-rotating probe. In addition, ingun offers the largest spectrum of high-frequency probes worldwide and is therefore the leading supplier in this field.

Test fixtures available include manual, pneumatic and vacuum-operated types, designed to contact the UUT either single-sided or double-sided, and are offered within the standard portfolio types. These designs are then enhanced with individual, customized solutions. The company develops and manufactures test fixtures for all common test systems.


Contact: Ingun, 252 Latitude Ln #102, Lake Wylie, SC 29710  803-831-1200  Web:
http://www.ingun.com

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