Test Points

This Product Selection Guide contains information to help select products in the Test Points category on DigiKey.com

Test Points are used specifically to provide an electrical connection between a piece of test equipment and a circuit. The types of PC Test Points are Jack, Compact, Large Profile, Loop, Low Profile, Miniature, Multipurpose, R/A (right angle), R/A Double Loop, Slotted, and a Standard Hook with heights ranging from 0.045” (1.15mm) to 1.312” (33.33mm).


SelectionCharacteristics

Type: Indicates the style and configuration of the device.

Mounting Type: Indicates how the device is attached.

Color: The dominant color of the device.

Hole Diameter: The dimension of the hole that the item uses to mount.

Size / Dimension: The physical dimensions of the device. Typically length by width.

Height: Indicates how far the device will extend above the surface to which it has been attached.

Plating: Indicates the finish/plating material applied to the device.

Material - Insulation: Indication of the type of material used in the fabrication of the insulation.

Material - Body: Indicates the material from which a test point’s electrically conductive structures are fabricated.

ProductExamples

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MFR PART # RCU-0C
DIGI-KEY PART # A106145TR-ND - Tape & Reel (TR)
MANUFACTURER TE Connectivity AMP Connectors
DESCRIPTION Natural PC Test Point Plating Surface Mount Mounting Type
DATASHEET Click Here

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MFR PART # RCWCTE
DIGI-KEY PART # 2019-RCWCTETR-ND - Tape & Reel (TR)
MANUFACTURER KOA Speer Electronics, Inc.
DESCRIPTION PC Test Point Plating Surface Mount Mounting Type
DATASHEET Click Here

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MFR PART # 5002
DIGI-KEY PART # 36-5002-ND
MANUFACTURER Keystone Electronics
DESCRIPTION White PC Test Point, Miniature Phosphor Bronze Silver Plating Through Hole Mounting Type
DATASHEET Click Here

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