Is there such a thing as a ZIF socket for PLCC chips?

From: Bruce Lane <>
Date: Tue Feb 4 22:08:17 2003

Hi, Ethan,

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On 04-Feb-03 at 11:49 Ethan Dicks wrote:

>I am needing to burn PLCC-packaged chips in my DIP programmer. I
>expect I need to locate a PLCC<->DIP adapter of the right size
>(for 29C010 and 28F101 Flash chips, at the moment). Thinking about it
>made me wonder if any of the sockets were ZIF or LIF.
>Any ideas? Any recommendation on a source for adapters?

        Emulation Technologies makes all kinds of DIP-to-whatever adapters. Yes, there is such a thing as a ZIF socket for PLCC's.

        <SHAMELESS PLUG ALERT> If you don't feel like spending $$ on adapters, I provide programming services as part of my side business, and I can certainly handle the PLCC version of the chips you mention.

        Keep the peace(es).

Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
Blue Feather Technologies --
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Received on Tue Feb 04 2003 - 22:08:17 GMT

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