28 Pin DIP Socket Carrier

DC-28 Pin

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28 pin DIP carrier for the ATmega8L or other 28 pin DIP devices.


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The idea of a DIP socket is to allow easy insertion/replacement of chips in existing circuits, or to build the circuit without exposing the IC to potential static damage.

It's a good idea to build circuits using microcontrollers with a socket, as they can be more prone to static damage.

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