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yamaichi1119The new generation "Y-RED" is a completely reworked development of the semiconductor test contactors. It expands the product portfolio of Yamaichi Electronics, It combines high-quality technology, standardized elements and a simple and user-friendly installation.

As the first product of the new generation Y-RED, the standard socket will be available for component qualification applications such as HAST, HTOL or Burn-in. The grid already starts at 0,30 mm. The application temperature range is specified from -40 ° to 150 ° C. The Y-RED sockets are designed for the LGA, QFN and BGA packages as well as (WL) CSP packages.

A fundamental development step is the new mounting technology of the base, which has been newly roofed and simplified for the user. In conventional sockets, the handling of printed circuit board, socket with screw, washer and nut is sometimes somewhat expensive. The new generation Y-RED introduces a so-called mounting plate with pre-assembled screws. If the mounting holes in the circuit board are drilled with sufficient accuracy, this plate will hold by itself or can be pressed lightly by hand. Then the base is simply screwed from above with sleeve nuts. The mounting plate is used as transport protection on delivery and can optionally be used as a stiffener.

Other features include the spring-loaded pressure piece in the cover to compensate for component height tolerances and the exact component guide in the base. Yamaichi Electronics is planning additional products within the new generation Y-RED for fault analysis, low inductance, RF / COAX and Kelvin applications.

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