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Aries offers RoHS-compliant Correct-A-Chip adapters

Posted: 12 Dec 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:RoHS? adapters? PLCC? Aries Electronics? Correct-A-Chip?

Correct-A-Chip adapter from Aries Electronics

Aries Electronics has introduced a RoHS-compliant version of its 20-pin PLCC IC to 16-pin DIP Correct-A-Chip adapter, which is a cost effective way of converting a PLCC-packaged type clock chip to a DIP footprint without changing the PCB layout.

The RoHS-compliant adapter features a PLCC clock chip on top with pin counts from 1 through 20, and has a 1- through 16-pin DIP clock chip on the bottom. The design is slightly offset to avoid typical bypass capacity placement.

The body of the adapter is constructed of a 1.56mm thick, glass filled IS-410 material with one ounce of copper traces on both sides. The male pins are brass alloy 360 with 10?inch minimum gold plating per MIL-G-45204 over 100?inch minimum nickel plating per SAE-AMS-QQ-N-290. Socket version pins are phosphor bronze alloy per QQ-V-750. The pads are finished with ENIG, the suggested PCB hole diameter is 0.71mm, and the maximum operating temperature is 105C.

This adapter is part of Aries' Correct-A-Chip intelligent connectors that can modify existing designs without changing existing PCB layouts. The company will continue to offer the standard non-RoHS compliant version of the adapter for customers who require tin/lead plating. All Correct-A-Chip adapters are available in custom materials, platings, sizes and configurations to suit specific customer applications.

Pricing for this RoHS-compliant PLCC to DIP adapter is $6.17 each in quantities of 500. Delivery is from stock to three weeks ARO.




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