With the BGA Socket Emulator Adapter series, engineers are said to have an easy way of testing and debugging ball grid array (BGA) packaged devices. Converting screw-lock, surface-mount or through-hole BGA production sockets into emulator pod receptacles, the adapters allow users to plug a male emulator cable into a target board for handling testing, emulation, or board-to-board interconnect assignments. The adapter complements the company's line of production screw-lock sockets and provides direct access to all BGA pins. It can also act as a BGA surface-mount base for plugging into logic analyzer or scope adapters for individual or mass pin probing. The adapters come with 400, 529, 676, 971 or 1,089 pins on a 1.27-mm lead pitch. Prices start at $800 each for a minimum of two pieces. For more details, contact EMULATION TECHNOLOGY INC., Santa Clara, CA. (800) 232-7837.
Company: EMULATION TECHNOLOGY INC.
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