8 Pin DIP Socket Carrier

DC-8 Pin

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The idea of a DIP socket is to allow easy insertion/replacement of chips in existing circuits.


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"The idea of a DIP socket is to allow easy insertion/replacement of chips in existing circuits. With the way we abuse ICs in BEAM technology, it's a good idea to use these where possible! This 8 pin model is useful for mounting ICs like the LM386 (audio op-amp), LM393 (op-amp), and the 8212 (voltage trigger) ICs."

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