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ES Series H-Pin® Socket

ES family Series of sockets extended the scope of a burn-in socket. The modular lid construction can handle up to 1 kW of power and is optimized with thermal simulation to ensure out-of-the-box performance whether liquid or air cooled. Leveraging a variety of advanced manufacturing techniques and industry-leading automation enables the lowest cost of test. Our patented H-Pin technology provides versatility in the socket application which can be used for ATE and SLT functional testing, in addition to covering the full gambit of burn-in test applications. The ES family Series of sockets is designed for use with all advanced burn-in systems. With adaptation comes unmatched value in delivering cutting-edge technology.

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Features & Benefits

  • Configurable design, large tooling catalog, molding, machining, 3D printing, and assembly automation deliver best-in-class quality, price, and lead times.
  • An extensive catalog of standard components provides field-tested designs.
  • Double-latching clamshell provides ease of use during operation for high pin count applications.
  • Thermal and electrical simulation, Monte Carlo and FEA all ensure the delivery of out-of-the-box solution.

Feature Options

  • Spring loaded plunger
  • Heat sink
  • HAST venting features
  • Integrated thermal control with heater and sensor
  • Reverse seating plane
  • Maximum component clearance under the DUT
  • High temperature materials for above 200 °C applications

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