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Machined DIP 2.54mm Pitch IC Socket

Machined DIP 2.54mm Pitch IC Socket

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Outline

  • X-Pin, DIP
  • Machined
  • Pitch: 2.54mm/0.1in
  • Various sizes/colours, see the options
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Narrow Spacing

The row space is 7.62mm or 0.3inch.

 

Wide Spacing

The row space is 715.24mm or 0.6inch.

 

This pack of machined IC sockets is exactly what one would expect. The IC sockets are in the dual in-line package (DIP). The spacing, or pitch, between the pins is 2.54mm or 0.1inch. These IC sockets can be used in prototyping boards, breakout boards, and many other common DIY projects.

 

 

NOTE 1: The accepted IC pin diameter is between 0.40mm and 0.56mm. Some ICs have rectangular pins. Please check the datasheet of your IC to ensure the pins will fit this socket.

NOTE 2: These IC sockets are small and could be a choking hazard for young children. Please exercise caution.

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J
Jasmine 74
perfect for what they were intended for

fast shipping and arrival good price thank you

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Amazon Customer
IC Sockets

Quality machined pins socket.
Used in a shack possible environment.
To improve reliability.

F
Fred T.
Nice quality and fit.

Nice quality and fits well. Chips plug in well and securely. Recommended.

k
kcwcc
High quality!

No issues with these at all. Great sockets. These are the ones you need for your ATMega chips.

J
JMGA
Decent price & good sockets

I always get the machined sockets whenever possible as they're much easier to solder to a PCB. Also the round pins also make much better contact than the flat stamped pins which do wear fairly quickly & often become intermittent over time. I got these for repairing some vintage computer equipment though they're just as useful on other equipment. I'll be getting more as needed.