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40 pin IC Socket with mechanical pencil in background for scale.

40 pin IC Socket

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White prototyping breadboard with 30 tie strips and two power rails on each side.

White Prototyping Breadboard (2x30 columns of tie strips and 2x2 rows of power strips)

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Clear Semi Transparent Breadboard

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Thumbnail: A bundle of 65 jumper wires of various length and color. Bound together with the male connectors shown in the foreground.

Bundle of 65 Male to Male Flexible Jumper Wires

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A single mini breadboard 17X10. Black color.
Single White 17X10 mini breadboard
Single Blue 17x10 Mini Breadboard
A single 17x10 mini breadboard (Red)
Single Green Mini Breadboard
140 piece multi-color multi-size jumper wires for breadboarding.

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IC Socket 40 Pin 20x2

40 pin IC Socket with mechanical pencil in background for scale. 40 pin IC Socket with mechanical pencil for scale.
40 pin IC Socket with mechanical pencil in background for scale. 40 pin IC Socket with mechanical pencil for scale.

Introduction:

When prototyping soldered circuits, use this to protect the 40 pin microcontroller. Solder this into your circuit and pop the uC in and out as needed.

Description:

This DIP socket has 20 pins on each side for a total of 40. It is an essential device for removal of dip solder on a circuit board. This socket features dual wipe contacts and a closed bottom design to prevent wicking.

  • 0.6" (15.24mm) Row Spacing
  • 0.1" (2.54mm) Pitch

40 pin IC Socket

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Learn about the IC Socket 40 Pin 20x2

Soldering headers onto perf board using the unique way of soldering form the long pin side (using modified headers). The first soldered pin is poor, but the rest are good. The first pad was not heat...
Bad example of soldering technique. The soldering iron tip was not touching both the pad and the pin or lead.
Part 1 of Soldering Technique to get headers to line up or seat straight using a female connector plugged into the two row header strip so the headers are aligned while soldering.
Part 2 of Soldering Technique to get headers to line up or seat straight using a female connector plugged into the two row header strip so the headers are aligned while soldering.
Poor soldering technique where a solder ball forms on the end of the soldering iron tip. The flux is not able to get to the surface of the metal to clean these surfaces and allow the solder to bond to...