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Shown is a modified tray for multi-pin modules which can be used on tray handling equipment.
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Rubber Module Stop
Shown is a modified tray for multi-pin modules which can be used on tray
The rubber module stop is a piece of soft rubber. It is shaped on one side so
that it can be inserted into the grooves or slots of a module tray, as shown in the
drawing. Its purpose is to act as a stop or replacement for springs which have
been removed from trays to accommodate the modules.
Previously, a metal rod was inserted at the end of each tray to prevent the
modules from falling out of the trays. These metal rods prevented the tray from
being used on conventional-type tray loaders. To rectify the situation, a rubber
stop, as presented above, may be used in place of the metal rods. With the
rubber stops, the modules can be inserted into the trays by using conventional
tray loaders. The metal rods can then be reinserted into the trays after testing to
contain the modules for shipping. The rubber stop is then removed and used in
the next tray to be loaded.
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