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680-48-SM-G10-R14-1
Sensor Sockets, Surface mount, Andon, 48 pins, for sensors: ON Semi (Cypress) NOIL1SM0300A, NOIV1SN1300A, NOIV2SN1300A, MT9M001, MT9T031,
 
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IS232-4516-274K-P27-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 16 pins, DIP, CCD, for sensors: Sony ICX204, ICX404-405, ICX424, ICX259,
 
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IS232-520-274K-P27-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 20 pins, DIP, CCD, for sensors: Sony ICX224AK, ICX267,
 
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IS232-4516-274U-P27-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 16 pins, DIP, CCD, for sensors: Sony ICX204, ICX404-405, ICX424, ICX259,
 
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IS229-422-80S-P29-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, NOT RoHS compliant, for sensors: Sony ILX555K, ILX751B, ILX551B, ILX553B, ILX554B,
 
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IS232-622-274U-P27-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 22 pins, DIP, CCD, for sensors: Sony ICX414, ICX415,
 
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IS232-4820-274U-P27-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 20 pins, CCD, for sensors: Sony ICX274,
 
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IS230-1034-75S-P29-L14-A
Sensor Sockets, Andon, NOT RoHS compliant, for sensors: ON Semi (Truesense) KAI-04022, KAI-4010M, KAI-4011, KAI-4021,
 
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IS232-522-274U-P27-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, DIP,
 
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416-16-75S-R29-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 16 pins, RoHS compliant,
 
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IS230-620-75S-R29-L14
Sensor Sockets, Andon, 20 pins, RoHS compliant, for sensors: Sony ICX205, ICX419, ICX428, ICX429,
 
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IS230-6367D-75S-R29-L14-A
Sensor Sockets, Andon, RoHS compliant,
 
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High temperature soldering, electrostatic discharge (ESD), and cleaning agents can damage the sensor and its pixel structure during camera or system assembly. Sensor sockets are soldered onto the circuit board (PCB) instead of the sensor to avoid sensor damage during production. In this same way, PCBs can be recovered when with a faulty sensor is soldered to it.

Sensor sockets ensure the easy interchangeability of pin-compatible sensors, allowing you to offer a range of sensor options to your customers without additional R&D effort or needing multiple SKUs in your inventory. LLC, DIP and PGA sockets ensure safe washing of PCBs, X-ray inspection of the solder joints, and a timely PCB production run independent of the sensor availability.

ANDON sensor sockets guarantee a service life of up to 25 years and are designed for applications that run under harsh conditions with continuous shock and vibration. FRAMOS application engineers will provide you with detailed information on when and how your application benefits from sensor sockets.

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High temperature soldering, electrostatic discharge (ESD), and cleaning agents can damage the sensor and its pixel structure during camera or system assembly. Sensor sockets are soldered onto the circuit board (PCB) instead of the sensor to avoid sensor damage during production. In this same way, PCBs can be recovered when with a faulty sensor is soldered to it.

Sensor sockets ensure the easy interchangeability of pin-compatible sensors, allowing you to offer a range of sensor options to your customers without additional R&D effort or needing multiple SKUs in your inventory. LLC, DIP and PGA sockets ensure safe washing of PCBs, X-ray inspection of the solder joints, and a timely PCB production run independent of the sensor availability.

ANDON sensor sockets guarantee a service life of up to 25 years and are designed for applications that run under harsh conditions with continuous shock and vibration. FRAMOS application engineers will provide you with detailed information on when and how your application benefits from sensor sockets.

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