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Description: Dip sockets for all your prototyping needs.  If you've ever had to de-solder a dip part from a circuit board, you know how valuable these are!  Number of pins include: 8, 14, 16, 18, 28, and 40.

This is a 300mil wide 8-pin socket.

Comments 11 comments

  • Well DigiKey’s website is how websites would be if robots took over the earth. If you can navigate that horrible site then you deserve the better price lol.

    • Well said.

      • i have taken a liking to newark here lately, great prices and their website has been greatly streamlined so you dont have to have a mfg. part number to find what you are looking for… yes im looking at you digikey

    • Digi-Key’s website is made for people who know exactly what they want. Their parametric search is the best one around.

    • When I go to DigiKey or Mouser, I usually don’t even know what I want so the lack of any understandable description is absolutely infuriating. I have never bought from them, probably never will in the next 5 years. Half the stuff on there I have no freakin' idea what does.

  • I don’t understand why these are so expensive :(

  • Still no info on the price. I keep looking for some sort of “pack of 4 or 5” in the description.

  • I can buy a four-pack of these from Radio Shack for 99 cents.

    • If you want to deal with Digi-Key you deserve the lower price, but being more expensive than RadioShack is just ridiculous.

  • I understand SFE needs to make a buck, and I have no problem supporting you guys cause you’re awesome. However, your price on this is insane.
    3M has a line of IC sockets that you can get off digikey that are over a buck cheaper than this.
    Search for it. The 8pin 3M version is part number 3M5461-ND and only costs $0.21

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