16 pin IC Base
16 Pin IC Base is used to avoid damaging integrated circuits (ICs) while testing several circuits at once. These are constructed using tin-plated alloy contacts and black thermoplastic. To make identification easier, one end is notched. To fit longer IC sockets, they can be mounted end to end.
A 16-pin integrated circuit (IC) base is a type of socket or connector used to retain and connect electrically to an IC chip with 16 pins. Electronic circuits employ IC bases to make it simple to install, take out, and replace IC chips without having to solder or unsolder the chip from the circuit board.
This is an IC Base with pins spaced at 0.1″(2.54 mm).
Use this IC base for easily plugging in and out ICs during prototyping. Also, use this IC base to protect IC from damage due to heat while soldering by first soldering the base to the board and then plugging in the IC later. IC bases are also useful if you want to reuse ICs without the need to desolder them each time.
IC bases come in a variety of shapes and sizes to accommodate various IC chip types and sizes. They are frequently utilized in an extensive range of electronic devices and systems, such as computers, communications technology, and industrial automation systems.
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