We frequently update our glossary with terms that may be used in our products and in our industry in general.
This connects on top of the socket module base and includes a socket to hold a device.
Daughter Cards are typically found on FX2 or FX4 type socket modules and should not be confused with Socket Cards which are FVE type socket modules.
Refers to the part of a socket module that accepts the device.
In some socket modules, such as ASMR, the sockets can be replaced.
These are the FVE equivalant of a Socket Module and do look like a standard Daught Card, but will have a label to indicate their model number to distinguish them.
Typically used on X800 range of programmers.
These are used to interface between the device and the programmer to provide electrical and signal connections required to communicate with the device.