Molded snap leads

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Though color coding is the primary means of identifying snap leads, molded initials on the snaps are an additional way of verifying correct attachment. The easy–to-read letters C,RL,LL,RA,LA reinforce identification. Bioconnect, a U.S. manufacturer of products for the Medical and OEM marketplace, offers, as a custom application, injection molding in positive relief on its 3 and 5 lead shielded or unshielded snap assemblies. Santoprene® and vinyl are available in any color and can be coordinated with our standard 3 and 5 lead cables. Assemblies are sold in singles, sets, packs of 10 singles, packages of 5 and 10 sets and bundles of 100 singles.

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