[volt-nuts] Need Fluke 332B PCB contacts

roman romeo987 at westnet.com.au
Sun Jul 30 20:42:33 EDT 2017

I tried quite hard to find some of these some years ago without luck. I have
some strips (see photo) removed from a card, but there is a problem with
re-use because of the way the pins are splayed after insertion, as can
(just) be seen in the photo (sorry about the clarity - I had to restrict the
size). A reused pin would rely on the solder joint only for mechanical
strength (the splayed bits break off if you try to straighten them) -
probably ok for a small number of insertions, but not ideal. If you want to
play with this I have a spare 20 way (easy to cut) which you can have for
the cost of postage, but I am in Australia, so that  may be not worth the
quality of the result. Let me know.
All my (extensive) mods so far to my 332 have involved either a daughter
board piggy-backed onto the original, or a straight out re-purposing of the
original (cut tracks, extra holes, etc). 


-----Original Message-----
From: volt-nuts [mailto:volt-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of Dave M
Sent: Sunday, 30 July 2017 5:45 AM
To: FEBO Volt-Nuts; Yahoo Fluke_DMM
Subject: [volt-nuts] Need Fluke 332B PCB contacts

Does anyone have any surplus (or for sale) of the bifurcated contacts used
on the PCB assemblies in a Fluke 332B DC Voltage Standard?  They're
identified as ELCO/AVX Varicon Series 5208 contacts, p/n 02-016-013-5-200.

Need at least 16 of them for an upgraded chopper amp replacement board,
needed to get my 332B back in operation.

Dave M 
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