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Term Screw 6-32 4 Pin PCB
Term Screw 6-32 4 Pin PCB
Trifurcon pins 08-52-0113
Model: 0008520113
Quantity 1-24 25-99 100+ 
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Molex Trifurcon pins, rated for higher current than the standard flat face pins. Used to improve connections in Molex 0.156" plugs where the pins grip round or flat face pins - Atari, Bally, Gottlieb, Stern Electronics, and Williams all can use these pins for circuits that get warm or hot because the original pin flat face is just not enough of a connection.

Note this pin does not work with circuit board card edge connections - where the circuit board has a tongue type of connection with a printed circuit contact face. For these you need 0008500100 pins.

  • 20-18AWG
  • Product Range:6838 Series
  • Contact Gender:Socket
  • Contact Termination Type:Crimp
  • Wire Size AWG Max:18AWG
  • Contact Plating:Tin Plated Contacts
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