Oscillator Sockets

Oscillator sockets are a type of IC (integrated circuit) socketin electrical circuits that hold oscillators – electronic devices that produce a continuous, repeated, alternating waveform without any input.

How do oscillator sockets work?

Oscillator sockets are specifically sized to hold the round pins on an oscillator more securely than a standard socket. This is important because oscillators are a key component used in many electronic devices. They are used to convert direct current (DC) from a power supply to an alternating current (AC) signal.

Applications, features and benefits of oscillator sockets

Features and benefits of oscillator sockets include:

  • Funnel shaped contacts that provide easy integrated circuit insertion and removal.
  • Designed to be stackable end-to-end or side-to-side.
  • Can withstand high temperatures.
  • Different types depending on your oscillator, including one to two rows.
  • Made from durable and hard wearing materials for lasting use.

Applications of oscillator sockets can include radio and television transmitters, clock signals and sounds produced by electronic beepers in video games.

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Description Prix Gender Number of Contacts Number of Rows Pitch Contact Material Contact Plating Current Rating Termination Method Housing Material Row Spacing Mounting Type Maximum Operating Temperature Body Orientation
N° de stock RS 710-8700
Référence fabricant1107741
0,95 €
Female 14 2 15.24mm Beryllium Copper Gold over Nickel 3A Solder Nylon 7.62mm Through Hole +105°C Straight
N° de stock RS 906-7406
Référence fabricantCI-192-028
0,059 €
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