Yes. May need to squeeze the pins a little. Be careful, make sure they are all started a little before pushing it all the way in.Especially new parts, the legs are like spring loaded, you need to lay the part on its side and bend them all in some, but starting close to the body, not just the thin bottom part of the legs.
How could I program standalone chips without messing up the SMD one on the board?
Just checked out SFE's ZIF, in the comments people mentioned that it fit into the DIP socket on the board... so I'll get an IC puller from amazon and put in a zif socket.Another question:Let's assume I had an Uno SMD. How could I program standalone chips without messing up the SMD one on the board?Thanks!baum
When I do that, I hear tiny bits scratching off the casing... No, thank you.
put in as tight next time.
Quoteput in as tight next time.Do you think an IC puller is worth it? I can get one for ~$5 from amazon.
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