Aries Electronics, Inc., has introduced two new Correct-A-Chip™ adapters.

Frenchtown, NJ (PRWEB) September 30, 2005

Aries Electronics, Inc., an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, has introduced two new Correct-A-Chip™ adapters that permit the use of SOIC (small outline integrated circuit) D package 150 mil body chips to be used on boards designed for SOIC DW package 300 mil body chips and vice-versa.

The new series 666000 adapters accept narrow-body SOIC D package devices while mounting on boards designed for wide-body SOIC DW package footprints. Series 665000 adapters accept wide-body SOIC DW package devices while mounting on boards designed for narrow-body SOIC D package footprints.

Both designs are available in pin counts from eight through 24 pins, and are constructed of .062 inch (1.56 mm) FR-4 boards manufactured to IPC-600E Class 2 standards. The FR-4 material is glass filled and UL94V-0 rated, with one ounce of copper traces. The male pins are brass with 200 µ” tin over nickel plating.

All Aries Correct-A-Chip™ adapters are manufactured and inspected using IPC-610B Class 2 guidelines and are available in custom materials, platings, sizes and configurations to suit specific customer applications.

Pricing for a 24-pin adapter starts at $ 7.25 per unit in quantities of 100. Delivery is stock to four weeks ARO.

For additional information, contact Aries Electronics, Inc., P.O. Box 130, Frenchtown,

NJ 08825. Tel: 908/996-6841; Fax: 908/996-3891;

Web:, Data sheets #18044 and 18055 — and

Europe contact Tel: +44 870 240 0249; Email: [email protected].

READER SERVICE INQUIRIES: Please forward all reader service inquiries to Frank Folmsbee, Aries Electronics, Inc., P.O. Box 130, Frenchtown, NJ 08825.

EDITORS NOTE: Headquartered in Frenchtown, NJ, Aries Electronics, Inc., manufactures an extremely broad range of custom and standard interconnection and packaging products for electronics. Industry leading products include Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) test sockets for DIP, PGA, PLCC and SOIC devices; the Correct-A-Chip™ product line of “intelligent connectors”; adapters and connectors; several patented concepts for BGA (ball grid array) and LGA (land grid array) sockets; and an extensive array of high frequency test and burn in sockets. The company also specializes in meeting custom requirements for its customers.A

Contact: Rebecca Simon or

Beth Smith, 215/453-8700


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