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carlmart 29th March 2003 12:25 PM

Surfboards adapters
 
Maybe this is old news for some of you, but just yesterday did I get to know Surfboards SOIC adapters.

Their Unisip and 9000 lines have a lot of potential for adapting SOIC chips into DIP places:

http://www.capitaladvanced.com/9000ser.htm
http://www.capitaladvanced.com/uni-sip.htm

Has anyone used them and has any advices or warnings?

Next question is where to get them, as Digi-Key just sells them in kits with several Surfboards types.


Carlos

SkinnyBoy 29th March 2003 12:29 PM

Yes, just one warning... they don't float.. :rolleyes:

djk 29th March 2003 11:25 PM

I think most people are looking to replace an 8 pin dip dual opamp (like in a cd player) with higher performance types that are only available in single surface mount packages.

Here is an adaptor that does just that for $1.59

http://brndog.com/SingletoDual.html

See their complete list for other useful adaptors.

http://brndog.com/priclist.html


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