TopLine announces the publishing of its PCB Jumpers and Spacers product guide 2019-A. Quick to navigate, comprehensive and well-illustrated, this easy-to-use guide of nearly 50 pages is a complete reference tool for engineers seeking SMT-solderable PCB design solutions in Zero Ohm Jumpers, PCB Spacers, Space Fillers, and more. The company’s product guide 2019-A is readily available online, in print, and as a downloadable PDF.
“Find it Fast” quick-reference illustrated charts make finding different classifications of product a snap, for a wide range of product groups including PCB Spacers, Isolated Space Fillers, MELF Series PCB Jumpers, and more. Images and page references point the way to learning more, all completely and logically organized. The company’s Jumpers, Spacers and Space Fillers are SMT solderable just like regular components.
The company has manufactured a wide range of Zero Ohm Jumpers, non-conductive spacers and PCB space fillers since 1989. Zero Ohm Jumpers conduct current above and around traces on the board. Jumpers can be used instead of regular components. They are available in a wide assortment of devices including SOD, SOT, QFN, QFP, and BGA. Custom configurations are available.
Non-conductive Spacers are insulative and prevent adjacent PC Boards from touching one other. They can also be used to prevent a heavy component from sagging. Spacers are SMT solderable, just like regular components.
Space fillers are insulative and empty component packages that look just like normal devices but solder to the PC Board just like normal components. They are electrically isolated without internal connects, and thus will not alter the current flow on the PCB. Use space fillers to cover an empty pad or spot on the PC Board.
Isolated Spacers and Space Fillers do not conduct current. They are electrically isolated and non-conductive. Jumpers, Spacers and Space Fillers are packaged like ordinary devices on tape and reel, in tubes or in trays.
The product guide illustrations include schematics, package outlines with perspective views, PCB patterns, and more, including charts of the Part Numbering System(s).