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2007\11\23@004610 by Forrest W Christian

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I'm looking for some sip (or dip) pin headers.   Specifically, the type
of pin headers that you can plug into a sip or dip socket and not damage
the socket.

I'm building a small, customized, ICD "header" for development in an
application where the microchip MPLAB ICD header won't work (long
story), and I don't want to put an ICD connector onboard for various
reasons.

But I need a source for those little pin-to-pin connectors....  but so
far I haven't been able to locate any.  I'm sure they exist, but they're
just a needle buried in the haystack of all of the other 0.1" pitch headers.

Does anyone have a part number and/or source.

Just to clarify:  Sip "header", which has small pins on both sides
suitable to insert into a IC socket.

-forrest

2007\11\28@134036 by alan smith

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Have you checked Samtec?  Thats usually my first stop

Forrest W Christian <spam_OUTforrestcTakeThisOuTspamimach.com> wrote:  I'm looking for some sip (or dip) pin headers. Specifically, the type
of pin headers that you can plug into a sip or dip socket and not damage
the socket.

I'm building a small, customized, ICD "header" for development in an
application where the microchip MPLAB ICD header won't work (long
story), and I don't want to put an ICD connector onboard for various
reasons.

But I need a source for those little pin-to-pin connectors.... but so
far I haven't been able to locate any. I'm sure they exist, but they're
just a needle buried in the haystack of all of the other 0.1" pitch headers.

Does anyone have a part number and/or source.

Just to clarify: Sip "header", which has small pins on both sides
suitable to insert into a IC socket.

-forrest

2007\11\28@160927 by Bob Axtell

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Look carefully on Mill-Max's site to get the p/n, then locate the parts
from Digikey. I designed an almost
identical device (plugs into standard DIP sockets) as a hardware
emulator for PICs that could not be connected
to a development tool.

I was debugging code for a PIC16F627 using the PIC16F876A as a
development station on a tiny PC that
plugged into the PIC16F627 socket. It worked for 'F628 and 'F648 as well
as the 'A' series, too.

--Bob

alan smith wrote:
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