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wire wrapping to a 48-pin CLCC package

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George

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clcc 48 socket

I got an image sensor from motorola for a project of mine. It's in a 48-pin lcc package. I found an lcc socket from plastronics. Really neat design. You just press down on the socket and the image sensor just latches right in. The problem is what do I do with it now.


I wanted to wire wrap to the socket but there is no pga socket for it that I can find. The pins on the lcc socket are at 1.016mm pitch. Not very standard for any protoboards that I can find. Also, the pins are in a square with an inside and outside row, with the outside row offset by half a pitch.
Does anybody have any experience with lcc sockets? Any idea's how I can build this? I found a few things that were close by very overpriced. I'm thinking about ripping some pins off of a wire wrap socket and having a friend of mine drill some holes in a piece of fiberglass with a milling machine. Any thoughts would help.
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clcc package

What I have done many times is to solder wire wrap wire to the socket and than to wire wrap posts ! It is does not get specially beautifull but works very nicely.

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clcc socket

If the circuit runs at any speed you will be in trouble with wire wrap, Crosstalk, signal integrity, noise etc, better to make custom pcb.
Good luck.
 

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