We provide a wide range of reliable, dual in-line memory module (DIMM) sockets designed to JEDEC industry standards, including DDR, DDR2, DDR3, DDR4, fully buffered (FB), mini, and SO DIMM.
TE offers standard DIMM sockets in a wide variety and in custom sizes on request. Our sockets are designed for industry standard JEDEC DIMMs for the latest double data rate second generation (DDR2), FB DIMM, as well as prior DDR and SDRAM memory modules. These memory socket families enable reliable interconnection to the standard memory modules for desktop PCs, servers, mass storage, and various communication memory applications. All sockets provide end latches for module retention and ejection as well as mechanical voltage keying. The contact design protects against module stubbing. Sockets options include vertical solder tail, vertical press fit, right angle, and 25 degree angle.
Features: Dual In-Line Memory Modules
Socket Variety, Designed to the JEDEC Standard
- Wide variety
- Custom sizes on request
- Designed for industry standard JEDEC DIMMs for new and exisiting memory modules
- Enable reliable interconnection to the standard memory modules
- Provide end latches for module retention, ejection, and mechanical voltage keying
- Contact design protects against module stubbing
- Socket options include vertical solder tail, vertical press fit, right angle, and 25-degree angle
Double data rate (DDR) memory modules enable reliable interconnection to standard memory modules.
Generation 2 double data rate (DDR2) DIMM connectors are available in through hole, surface mount, and press-fit terminations.
A variation of the DDR2, fully buffered (FB) DIMM sockets are designed to provide an interface for the high speed and density of FB DIMM modules.
Applications: Dual In-Line Memory Modules
Memory Connectors for PCs, Servers, and Storage
- Desktop PCs
- Mass storage
- Communication memory applications
A DIMM is made up of a series of dynamic, random-access memory integrated circuits (ICs). These modules are mounted on a printed circuit board (PCB) and designed for PCs and servers, primarily. DIMMs began to replace single in-line memory modules (SIMMs) as the primary memory module when total market sales for Intel P5-based Pentium processors started increasing.
More of the DIMM Family of Memory Sockets: