Dual In-Line Package

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dual in-line package

[¦dü·əl ¦in ‚līn ′pak·ij]
(electronics)
Microcircuit package with two rows of seven vertical leads that are easily inserted into an etched circuit board. Abbreviated DIP.

Dual In-Line Package

(hardware)
(DIL, DIP) The most common type of package for small and medium scale integrated circuits, with up to about 48 pins. The pins hang vertically from the two long edges of the rectangular package, spaced at intervals of 0.1 inch. The pins fit through holes in the circuit board to which they are soldered or into a socket.

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The package types handled by the 5050QTS include various sizes of the small outline integrated circuits, or SOICs, and miniature dual in-line packages.
The devices were mounted in 28 pin dual in-line packages using silver load epoxy die attach.
Called the JM825, the new paste is intended for high-volume, high-capacity leadframe applications, including quad flat packages (QFPs), plastic leadless chip carriers (PLCC), small outline integrated circuits (SOICs) and plastic dual in-line packages (PDIPs).