Threaded Test Probes are also known as Cable-Harness Test Probes, because they are typically used in Wiring Harness manufacturing industry. These cable-harness probes have one main difference compared to the ICT test probes used in PCB testing applications, and that is actually the thread on the bottom or top part of every probe’s barrel. In order to work properly and precisely, all related receptacles (sockets, housings) contain thread as well.
Test Engineers, Test Technicians, Maintenance People, Assembly Technicians for Test Fixtures use them everyday with satisfaction.This way, the 2 mating parts (Test Probe + Receptacle) can be screwed together easily.
This design allows customers during the maintenance, to exchange broken harness probes quickly and easily.
An additional advantage this design offers is, that there is a room to play with height as well, when using threaded test probes inside a threaded receptacles. This is a very practical feature, because end users can perform small height adjustments on their test tables, inside their test modules made to test and contact connectors properly.
Standard Threaded Test Probes – made to transfer electrical signals only
Threaded Step Probes – made to check exact positions of electrical contacts inside a connector
Non-Rotating Threaded Test Probes – required for applications when connector housing has square type shape in front of connector pins, this way easily keeps the shape and ensures safe contact
Threaded Kelvin Probes – designed to allow 4 wire measurement – also called as Kelvin measurement
Threaded Switch Probes – these series offer height adjustability as well as microswitch function to detect product presence. They are normally open and after pressing their plunger they close a circuit at a certain predifined switching point
Threaded Switch Probe Openers – they function the opposite way as normal switch probes, cause they are normally closed and when pressed down their plunger, than they open the circuit at certain predifined working travel
Quick - Exchange Threaded Receptacles - allow quick exchange of Switch Probes during maintenance.
High-Current Threaded Probes – typically apply 15 Amps to 500 Amps or more if needed
Threaded Pneumatic Test Probes – these pneumatically operated probes pushes out the plunger when compressed air of 6 Bar (87Psi) is applied. They are ideal solution for contacting a small number of target contacts
Pneumatic Threaded Switch Probes – use compressed air to activate the plunger. Spring inside barrel of a probe has the function to retract the plunger after air supply is cut. Perfect solution to detec presence of a component (DUT)
Push-Back Probes – main function is to check the proper assembly of connector housings. As assembled connectors plastic clips, after final assembly, might not always mate together perfectly, when placing an extremely high spring force by our Push-Back type Test Probes, such unseen mistakes can be detected easily. This method ensures our customers to test critical safety featured connectors to be 100% relaible when placing into final product. Push-Back probes can apply even 34N (122oz) force when required. They. Can be setup in test modules as a complete system combined with switch probes to detect presence of contact pins as well
Tulip Probes with Thread – these special probes offer perfect solution for flat type connector pins and this also with high current when needed
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