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Inexpensive PLCC to DIP 32-pin adapter ??

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Willy Kreim, Sep 8, 2003.

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  1. Willy Kreim

    Willy Kreim Guest


    Trying to find DIP-packaged AMD 29F040 flash chips locally, I'm always
    offered the same flash eeproms in PLCC (square) package, at very good

    So I think converting my devices to plcc is going to be cheaper in the
    long run than finding the elusive (and sometimes expensive)
    DIP-packaged 29f040 ...

    Any web store you guys can recommend with the best price for a 32-pin
    DIP to PLCC socket adapter?.

    I just need a pair...

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