atmega328p-mu and plcc32 sockel

Is there a plcc32 socket were the atmega328p-mu fits?
Or are ther other options to change a smd atmega328p without soldering and small space?

ripper121:
Is there a plcc32 socket were the atmega328p-mu fits?

THE atmega328p-mu? Which atmega328p-mu are you referring to?

ripper121:
Or are ther other options to change a smd atmega328p without soldering and small space?

A Pro Mini will fit in a standard socket and would be easy to change. I don't think that's what you mean though.

ripper121:
Is there a plcc32 socket were the atmega328p-mu fits?
Or are ther other options to change a smd atmega328p without soldering and small space?

The -MU variant is QFN, I don't believe there are sockets for such chips, if there are
they are specialised (ie v. expensive).

Even the sockets for the TQFP version (-AU) are hard to find and expensive, and they are
large ZIF sockets, used for programming.

For surface mount parts the normal approach is a break-out board.

If it was a PLCC32 then yes there are many cheap sockets, but it's not it's a QFN so you are out of luck. You either learn to solder them or get a breakout board.


Rob

MarkT:
For surface mount parts the normal approach is a break-out board.

Known to many people as a "Pro Mini".