Technical data
Materials and galvanic
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Solderable Probes

In many cases, Spring Contact Probes are not used for ICT/FCT (In-Circuit Test/Functional Circuit Test) processes, but in other applications where there is a need to solder the Probes directly to the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) or to electronic devices without the use of a receptacle.

The Solderable Probes were created to meet this need. They are made with a bead for welding at the end of the pipe. They have a hole on the side of the barrel to allow complete cleaning without leaving any processing residue inside it.

Technical data of Solderable Probes

Minimum recommended distance (step-grid) 

Generally the installation pitch of our Solderable Probes ranges from 2.54mm to 6.5mm.
We can also make them with a dedicated installation step to meet the customer’s needs.


Nominal intensity

The rated current supported by the Solderable Probes ranges from 3A to 20A.


Typical resistance

Our Solderable Probes have a typical resistance that does not exceed 50mΏ.

Solderable Probes materials and plating

The materials used for the construction of Solderable Probe, are:

Materiale: ottone

For the barrel

Brass gold plated.

For the spring

Music wire gold plated or inox.


For the plunger

BeCu gold or nickel plated.

Solderable Probes head shape

Being an element used in applications other than testing, such as current transit, the commonly used Solderable Probes heads are the following.
Other types of heads are always available on request.

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