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0.156" & 0.187" Centers

Standard Spring Probes

Standard probe series for 0.156" (3.96 mm) and 0.187" (4.75 mm) pitches includes multiple length and travel options. Smiths Interconnect offers a wide range of Spring Contact Probes to meet your testing needs and has been recognized as a world leading provider for over 40 years.

Features & Benefits

  • S-4 Series probes and receptacles
  • 5 A current rating
  • Spring force options between 5.00 and 7.00 oz.
  • 1.330" (33.78 mm) overall length
  • IDI Spring Probe technology

Product Specifications

Probe Probe

Dimensions are in inches (mm) | All specifications are subject to change.

Receptacle Tooling

Receptacle Insertion Tool Crimping Pliers
R-4 Series RT-4 CP-4 (for 22-26 gage solid conductor)


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