Single-in-Line Package (SIP)

                                 

The Single-in-Line Package, or SIP, is an IC package that has a single row of leads protruding from the bottom of its body.  It is not as widely used as dual-in-line packages such as the PDIP and the CerDIP because of its limited number of pins.  SIP's are often used in packaging networks of multiple resistors.

  

Lead counts for the SIP range from 4 to 40.  SIP's usually have a body width of  either 300 mils or 600 mils. The lead pitch of a SIP is typically 100 mils.

   

Table 1. Properties of Some Single-in-Line Packages

Lead Count

Width

Length

Thickness

Lead Pitch

4

300 mils

375 mils

130 mils

100 mils

8

300 mils

750 mils

130 mils

100 mils

9

300 mils

890 mils

130 mils

100 mils

10

300 mils

1020 mils

130 mils

100 mils

14

600 mils

1450 mils

130 mils

100 mils

24

600 mils

2425 mils

130 mils

100 mils

   

Figure 1.  Example of a Single-in-Line Package (SIP)

   

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