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'[EE] Does a PLCC ZIF socket exist?'
2005\10\06@091651 by William Couture

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Hi!

I've found ZIF sockets for PLCC chips, but they have "covers" that
make them useless for something like an emulator pod.

Is there a PLCC ZIF socket that is open topped like a regular
PLCC socket, but has a "lever machanism" or some such
to firmly grip the chip?

Thanks!
  Bill

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2005\10\06@094650 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 09:16 AM 10/6/2005 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi!
>
>I've found ZIF sockets for PLCC chips, but they have "covers" that
>make them useless for something like an emulator pod.
>
>Is there a PLCC ZIF socket that is open topped like a regular
>PLCC socket, but has a "lever machanism" or some such
>to firmly grip the chip?

My old Motorola '05 emulator had a PLCC-44 socket in which you had
to insert the chip upside down. Popping the chip was just a matter of
pushing down on it with your fingers.

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2005\10\06@094729 by Ling SM

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> I've found ZIF sockets for PLCC chips, but they have "covers" that
> make them useless for something like an emulator pod.
>
> Is there a PLCC ZIF socket that is open topped like a regular
> PLCC socket, but has a "lever machanism" or some such
> to firmly grip the chip?

Not sure have you searched through <http://www.emulation.com>.  If you
have not, it is worth a window-shopping I think.  Their price is not
friendly though.

Ling SM

2005\10\06@111129 by Mike Harrison

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On Thu, 6 Oct 2005 09:16:50 -0400, you wrote:

>Hi!
>
>I've found ZIF sockets for PLCC chips, but they have "covers" that
>make them useless for something like an emulator pod.
>
>Is there a PLCC ZIF socket that is open topped like a regular
>PLCC socket, but has a "lever machanism" or some such
>to firmly grip the chip?
>
>Thanks!
>   Bill
>
>--
>Psst...  Hey, you... Buddy...  Want a kitten?  straycatblues.petfinder.org

Yamaichi do some 'pop-up' sockets - I have one in front of me - partno IC120-0284 (28W), but not
sure how well it would work with an emulator plug and footprint is completely different.
What's wrong with using a decent quality normal PLCC socket ?

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