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TruConnect PCB Jack Socket (Stereo) 3.5mm

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20-0137

 
Brand: TruConnect  MPN: 20-0137 
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Switched PCB mounting 3.5mm stereo jack socket.


  • Chrome plated trim
  • Both circuits switched
  • Right angle mounting
  • ABS housing material
Cable Diameter N/A
Material Plastic
Mounting PCB
Orientation Angled
Type Stereo

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15 February 2012 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 20-0137
Q. Can we assume that the switched contacts are normally closed, and the connection between (e.g.) pins D and F is made open when a plug is inserted?
A. Hi Grim, thanks for your question. You are right in thinking the switched contacts are normally closed. The input is then directed/diverted to the headphones (or whatever is attached) . In normal (nothing inserted) conditions the signal just passes through from D to F (and E to G). There is a diagram of the connection arrangement at https://www.rapidonline.com/3-5mm-Stereo-PCB-Socket-20-0137#techSpecs


20 November 2011 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 20-0137
Q. is this ok to use with the picaxe cable
A. Hi Jennie Thanks for your question. Yes this should be fine.

Reviews


Reliable PCB mount jack socket.

Reviewed by: Mr Chris Potts - 17 December 2015
I am a product designer and UK manufacturer and I have been using this device for about three years now. I find that this 3.5mm, 3-pole jack socket is ideal to fit on my PCBs and have used it for both audio and data inputs/outputs. It is a very economical product, is easily fitted and, so far, I have no failures at all. It is fully compatible with the socket used in the PICAXE range of products and the connection details for this are on page 8 of the PICAXE manual "Getting Started". Here is the link to this manual on the PICAXE.COM website, which you may download free of charge: - http://www.picaxe.com/docs/picaxe_manual1.pdf This is a good product which I would highly recommend.