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Turned Pin 0.3in 28 Pin IC Socket

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Product overview

  • Suitable for use with 28 pin DIL integrated chipsets
  • UL94-VO filled polyester construction
  • less than 4mWe contact resistance
  • Turned pin contact type
  • 0.3 inch height

A range of high quality 200 insertion turned pin DIL IC sockets, for production and replacement use. Manufactured in UL94-V0 filled polyester with beryllium copper contacts. Suitable for end to end and side to side stacking.

What is a turned pin please?

Asked by: Riffer
A turned pin socket is one that the receptacle (for each leg of the IC) is manufactured as a single part. If you compare it with cheaper sockets you will see that these have two parts - one of which is 'sprung' against the inserted leg. Turned pin sockets are more expensive because they are higher quality, less prone to failure and also cope with many more "removal and insertion" cycles. Typically one uses these for PROMS or ROMS that might be changed. 
Answered by: RobT0
Date published: 2016-10-05
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