RF Test Socket Has Built-In Heatsink

April 1, 2000
Designed for use with QFP, LCC and SO devices, this RF test socket provides a built-in, spring-loaded heatsink to prevent deformation of device leads during testing cycles. The socket's heatsink is constructed from copper or aluminum, with gold or

Designed for use with QFP, LCC and SO devices, this RF test socket provides a built-in, spring-loaded heatsink to prevent deformation of device leads during testing cycles. The socket's heatsink is constructed from copper or aluminum, with gold or silver plating. The spring-loading feature provides compliancy, ensuring that it maintains constant contact with the device's heat pad.
The socket assembly is pressure-mounted to the load board. The heatsink can be coupled with pogo pins for better electrical contact, or with a thermocouple for direct thermal monitoring of the test package. Price is $3801 each for sockets having 48 leads or less.

Company: ARIES ELECTRONICS INC.

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