SOT-23 integrated circuits programming and handling support offered by Data I/O

REDMOND, Wash., 13 Sept. 2010. Data I/O Corp. in Redmond, Wash., is announcing the capability to support SOT-23 device packages with its PS series automated handlers. For the SOT-23 (small outline transistor package, 2.9-by-1.3-millimeter), one of the smallest device packages commonly used for nonvolatile memory, reliable handling and programming the package has proven to be a challenge. "For some time, there has been an unmet need in the offline automated programming market to support smaller programmable IC packages such as SOT-23," says Carl Olson, Data I/O's director of engineering.

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REDMOND, Wash., 13 Sept. 2010. Data I/O Corp. in Redmond, Wash., is announcing the capability to support SOT-23 integrated circuits packages with its PS series automated handlers. For the SOT-23 (small outline transistor package, 2.9-by-1.3-millimeter), one of the smallest device packages commonly used for nonvolatile memory, reliable handling and programming the package has proven to be a challenge.

"For some time, there has been an unmet need in the offline automated programming market to support smaller programmable IC packages such as SOT-23," says Carl Olson, Data I/O's director of engineering.

Data I/O (NASDAQ: DAIO) offers integrated manufacturing solutions in wireless, automotive, programming center, semiconductor, and industrial control market segments for OEM, ODM, EMS and semiconductor companies. For more information contact Data I/O online at www.dataio.com.

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