PGA Package

PGA Package

What is PGA package?
PGA package means pin grid array.
A pin grid array, often abbreviated PGA, refers to the arrangement of pins on the integrated circuit packaging. In a PGA, the pins are arranged in a square array that may or may not cover the bottom of the package. The pins are commonly spaced 2.54 mm (0.1") apart. PGAs are often mounted on printed circuit boards via two methods, through hole or by using a socket. PGAs are primarily used in applications that require more pins than what older packages such as the dual in-line package (DIP) provide
PGA package.
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Part Manufacturer Description Datasheet Samples
7054S25G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-108, Tray
7016L25G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-68, Tray
7024L35GB Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-84, Tray
70V26S55G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-84, Tray
7133LA35G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-68, Tray
5962-9150804MXA Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-68, Tray
7052S35G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-108, Tray
70V25S55G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-84, Tray
7052S25G Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-108, Tray
7025L25GB Integrated Device Technology Inc PGA-84, Tray

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