DILB8P-223TLF - 

IC & Component Socket, 8 Contacts, DIP Socket, 2.54 mm, 7.62 mm, Copper Alloy

DILB8P-223TLF - IC & Component Socket, 8 Contacts, DIP Socket, 2.54 mm, 7.62 mm, Copper Alloy

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The DILB8P-223TLF is a 8-position 2-row black open frame stamped and formed DIP Socket with standard insulator. The contact is made of copper alloy with UL94V-0 polyester insulator. Integrated circuits are usually called ICs or chips. They are complex circuits which have been etched onto tiny chips of semiconductor (silicon). The chip is packaged in a plastic holder with pins spaced on a 0.1-inch grid which will fit the holes on stripboard and breadboards. Very fine wires inside the package link the chip to the pins.
  • 4 Contacts per row
  • 1000VACrms Minimum withstanding voltage
  • 30MΩ Maximum at 6VDC Contact resistance



Product Information

DIP Socket
Copper Alloy
Tin Plated Contacts
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