IC sockets from Harwin increase design flexibility

16th May 2007
ES Admin
IC sockets from high performance interconnect maker, Harwin, provide design flexibility and protect sensitive ICs during assembly. The sockets, which are suitable for use with industry-standard IC packages, mean that ICs are easily replaced if necessary; more they protects sensitive chips from high soldering temperatures, by allowing the device to be placed after soldering. Devices feature polarisation marking to simplify package assembly.
A range of sizes and styles is available. DIP sockets (dual row) are available in four row pitches – 7.62, 10.16, 15.24 and 22.86mm (0.3, 0.4, 0.6 and 0.9in). Single row socket strips are also available in 20 or 32 contact options for added flexibility - these can also be cropped to the number of contacts required. Both dual and single row styles utilise a four-finger Beryllium Copper contact clip for reliability, and are end and side stackable. Surface mount and through-hole PLCC sockets are also included.

All products available in RoHS and high-temperature format. Non RoHS versions are also available.

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