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Bits with the prefix "J" and "PH" are often thought to be the same bit. Don't be fooled by their similar appearance—they are quite different. Phillips (PH) screws are designed to make a Phillips screwdriver cam out if too much torque is applied. This prevents damage to screws and screwdrivers or bits.
J vs PH
  • Bits with the prefix "J" and "PH" are often thought to be the same bit. Don't be fooled by their similar appearance—they are quite different.

  • Phillips (PH) screws are designed to make a Phillips screwdriver cam out if too much torque is applied. This prevents damage to screws and screwdrivers or bits.

  • Japanese Industrial Standard (J) screws do not provide a cam-out option, and have 90 degree corners.

  • J (JIS) and PH (Phillips) driver bits are not always interchangeable. As you can see, they do not share identical physical properties.

Las puntas con el prefijo "J" y "PH" a veces se confunden entre ellas. Que no te engañe su aspecto similar, ya que son bastante diferentes.

Los tornillos Phillips (PH) están diseñados para expulsar a un destornillador Phillips si le aplica demasiada fuerza de giro. Esto evitará que dañes los tornillos, los destornilladores o las puntas.

Los tornillos "Japanese Industrial Standard"(J) (industriales estándar de Japón, o JIS) no expulsan el destornillador, y tienen bordes de 90 º.

Las puntas J (JIS) y PH (Phillips) no siempre se pueden intercambiar. Como ya se ha explicado, no tienen propiedades físicas iguales.

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