Mill-Max 7305 Hot Swap Sockets


Mill Max 7305 are excellent if you don’t have a lot of room between the case and the PCB, otherwise consider mill max 0305
Please make sure your board supports them before ordering.
We strongly suggest to get a few pieces extra in case something goes wrong.

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Mill-Max sockets type 7305. Two sockets are needed per switch. In case you have enough room between your PCB and case consider mill max 0305 from here.
Mill Max sockets are for turning your exotic PCB or your regular keyboard into hot swappable keyboard, so you can try different switches any time you want. You can choose 10 sockets (enough for 5 MX style switches) to try it out or for your crazy layout up to 65 switches by choosing 130 bundle option. Many boards support Mill Max sockets like DZ60, Anne Pro, Kyria etc

Sockets will not work with Kailh Choc Low Profile switches, Kailh Pro Switches, and/or with any other switches that have different legs between each other.

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Additional information

Weight0.1 kg

10 Sockets, 30 Sockets, 60 Sockets, 110 Sockets, 130 Sockets