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Keystone Introduces High Current True Zero ohm SMT Jumper
Keystone Electronics has released a new series of “true” zero ohm, high-current SMT Jumpers that are well suited for high density, high-current PCB applications.
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ASTORIA, N.Y.—A new series of “true” zero ohm, high-current SMT jumpers, designed to replace “zero” ohm resistors, are the latest connectivity devices available from Keystone Electronics Corp., an Astoria, N.Y.-based manufacturer of interconnect components and electronic hardware.
The new jumpers can be quickly and easily set up and are “uniquely suited as true zero ohm resistor replacements,” according to a press release from Keystone Electronics. Three resistor chip sizes are offered to simplify designs and footprint template compatibility: 0603 chip size, Cat. #5110; 0805 chip size, Cat. #5106; and 1206 chip size, Cat. #5108.
Manufactured from copper with silver plating, the jumpers provide low impedance and circuit linkage with a footprint identical to that of a zero ohm resistor, the company says. The jumpers are well suited for high-density, high-current PCB applications, and are supplied on tape and reel per the ANSI/EIA-481 standard for compatibility with most vacuum and mechanical pick-and-place systems. Delivery is from stock via the company’s global distribution network.
Keystone (www.keyelco.com) offers capabilities that include stamping, machining, and assembly services. Application engineering assistance for product modifications and special designs is also available. The company is ISO 9001:2008 certified and RoHS and REACH compliant.
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