chip cap

chip cap

[′chip ‚kap]
(design engineering)
A plate or cap on the upper part of the cutting iron of a carpenter's plane designed to give the tool rigidity and also to break up the wood shavings.
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It allows you to simply pop a filter into your existing system and see if simple chip cap level of filtering will solve your EMI issues.
Using micro-technology, the IBM researchers developed a chip cap with a network of tree-like branched channels on its surface.
Test vehicles were populated with numerous types of chip cap capacitors using various no-clean (one leaded; two lead-free), RMA (one leaded; one lead-free) and water-soluble (one leaded; one lead-free) solder pastes.
Given the number of pastes, thermal cycles, cleaning agents and wash exposure times considered, 144 test boards were prepared for this study, each populated with 45 chip cap components (TABLE 2).