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'NEED 8 pin SMT (SOIC) to 8 DIP adapter'
1999\05\20@170409 by Des Bromilow

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Hi,
Can anyone offer a sugestion as to something I can use to allow me to breadboard with a 8 SOIC (The 8 pin SMT package).

I'd prefer something cheap and preferably available in Australia.

Thanks,
Des Bromilow

1999\05\20@191247 by Lynx {Glenn Jones}

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just take an 8pin DIP socket, and solder wires from the SOIC to the Dip
socket. I do this all the time.

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On Fri, 21 May 1999, Des Bromilow wrote:

> Hi,
> Can anyone offer a sugestion as to something I can use to allow me to breadboa
rd with a 8 SOIC (The 8 pin SMT package).
>
> I'd prefer something cheap and preferably available in Australia.
>
> Thanks,
> Des Bromilow
>

1999\05\20@194851 by Bob Drzyzgula

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Digi-key sells little SMT protoboards made by Capital
Advanced Technologies; you get a little prototyping space
and a pad for an SOIC (or other type of SMT part); the
board has pins of the same type as on a DIP IC, so you can
plug them into a SIP socket, or solder them into a 0.1"
grid protoboard or even stick them into a solderless
breadboard. They cost from $1 to $8 each, depending;
one for an SOIC-8 runs about $4.

You can see a PDF of Digi-key's catalog page for these parts
here:

  http://www.digikey.com/CC/475.PDF

--Bob

On Fri, May 21, 1999 at 07:04:56AM +1000, Des Bromilow wrote:
> Hi,
> Can anyone offer a sugestion as to something I can use to allow me to breadboa
rd with a 8 SOIC (The 8 pin SMT package).
>
> I'd prefer something cheap and preferably available in Australia.
>
> Thanks,
> Des Bromilow

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1999\05\20@203003 by Bob Puckett

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Have you considered an 8 pin dip socket?  I have found that an 8 pin SOIC will
fit in the DIP socket.  You could use conductive epoxy on the pins to pop it in.
Then just put it in circuit in thye socket.  Works for me.

Bob

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Subject: NEED 8 pin SMT (SOIC) to 8 DIP adapter


Hi,
Can anyone offer a sugestion as to something I can use to allow me to breadboard
with a 8 SOIC (The 8 pin SMT package).

I'd prefer something cheap and preferably available in Australia.

Thanks,
Des Bromilow

1999\05\20@210411 by Peter Homann

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Radio Spares (1300 656636) and Farnell stock them. The sell them in bags of
5. They are about 9.00 each +Tax of course.


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|  [EraseMEPICLISTspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTMITVMA.MIT.EDU]On Behalf Of Des Bromilow
|  Sent: Friday, 21 May 1999 7:05
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|  Subject: NEED 8 pin SMT (SOIC) to 8 DIP adapter
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|  Hi,
|  Can anyone offer a sugestion as to something I can use to
|  allow me to breadboard with a 8 SOIC (The 8 pin SMT package).
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|  I'd prefer something cheap and preferably available in Australia.
|
|  Thanks,
|  Des Bromilow
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1999\05\21@002117 by Thierry V

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www.winslow.co.uk/
They're probably to expensive, but they provide every adapter you can think
off.


> Hi,
> Can anyone offer a sugestion as to something I can use to allow me to
breadboard with a 8 SOIC (The 8 pin SMT package).
>
> I'd prefer something cheap and preferably available in Australia.
>
> Thanks,
> Des Bromilow
>

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