Does anyone know where to get (cheap) zif sockets for tqfp chips?
I bought a 48-pin zif tfqp from digikey, but I haven't found any "cheap" ones. IIRC, the price was about $60. I can get the part number for you if you like.
Part number would be great since I could not find it at digikey.
Sure, here's a link to its web page: http://parts.digikey.com/1/parts...
It's fewer pins and more $$$ than I remembered.
Hope you have $hares in Digikey.
Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia
Yes, Ross, cheap it was not. But, if is very helpful for prototyping as well as programming chips prior to soldering.
I recon it is cheaper to get a brand new stk50? board and salvage that one.... :oops:
The STK501 with a 64-pin ZIF socket does cost less. Though the device I bought conveniently includes a 0.1" breakout board.
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