[SI-LIST] Re: High power shunt (~5A)

  • From: steve weir <weirsi@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: calixlnguyen@xxxxxxxxxxx,si-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 17:16:49 -0700

A typical 2.54mm pitch pin socket combination using Au contacts is 
3-5mOhms mated.  It is pretty much a problem of surface area, 
material and contact force.

Steve.
At 05:07 PM 8/18/2006, Long nguyen wrote:
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>hello,
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>Could somebody recommend a 2 pin header / shunt / Terminal  that has low
>resisance (milli ohms range) ? (Vendor that makes these?)
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>This two pin shunt will be inserted between the board power source (1.0V)
>andload. I couldn't seem to find a good header that has low resistance to
>usefor this (from Molex, Vishay...)
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>thanks in advance.
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>LN.
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