Definitionof Lead Pitch when it' a Dual_Short Model.

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ejhan
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Definitionof Lead Pitch when it' a Dual_Short Model.

Post by ejhan » 19 Aug 2019, 03:42

In sherlock, Definition of Lead Pitch is the center-to-center distance between adjacent leads in a SIP or DIP pattern.
I can clearly get it if it's a Dual_Long Model. but I'd like to know the case of Dual_Short Model.
I attach two pictures. please let me know the Lead Pitches of them.
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natalieh
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Re: Definitionof Lead Pitch when it' a Dual_Short Model.

Post by natalieh » 19 Aug 2019, 12:55

In this example, the lead pitch would be the component distance between the leads.
Natalie Hernandez, PhD
Sr. Project Manager
ANSYS DfR Solutions
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ejhan
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Re: Definitionof Lead Pitch when it' a Dual_Short Model.

Post by ejhan » 19 Aug 2019, 21:01

Thanks Natalieh,

According to your explanation, Lead Pitch definition would be like the images I attach.
Is it right?

Appreciate your reply in advance.
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Re: Definitionof Lead Pitch when it' a Dual_Short Model.

Post by natalieh » 21 Aug 2019, 11:09

It would be the length of the component, not the component plus a portion of the leads. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Natalie Hernandez, PhD
Sr. Project Manager
ANSYS DfR Solutions
natalie.hernandez@ansys.com

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