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2011-03-29 14:00:00

BRISTOL, Pa., March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, recently named Roy Larsen of Larsen Associates Aries' 2010 Representative of the Year Award. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110329/PH73444 ) Larsen, an Aries representative for more than a quarter of a century, doubled his sales over 2009 and led all representative groups in both dollars sold and percentage increase over...

2011-02-08 14:00:00

BRISTOL, Pa. Feb. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, now offers a line of adapters which convert TSSOP, QFP and other fine pitch devices to any other fine-pitch bumped package or routing configuration down to 0.4mm pitch. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110208/PH44366 ) These unique Fine Pitch Bump Adapters are mounted to the existing PCB via raised pads up to 0.010" (0.25...

2011-01-07 10:17:00

BRISTOL, Pa., Jan. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, now offers machined high-frequency center probe test sockets to accommodate IC devices with a lead pitch of 0.30 mm. With very low inductance and capacitance, the sockets are ideal for a wide variety of BGA (ball grid array), CSP (chip scale package) and MLF (micro land frame) packages. (Photo:...

2010-08-03 13:39:00

BRISTOL, Pa., Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, has expanded its line of Fine Pitch Bump Adapters to include adapters that accommodate boards with pitches down to 0.40 mm. As part of the Correct-A-Chip series, the new Fine Pitch Bump Adapters allow customers to use higher pitch devices on smaller pitch boards. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100803/PH45050 ) (Photo:...

2010-06-25 12:30:00

BRISTOL, Pa., June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard and custom interconnection products, now offers a CSP test socket with a window that optically exposes 100% of the top of the DUT (device under test) for FA (failure analysis) testing for EMMI (emission microscopy) or optical sensor applications. Traditionally, a hole in the socket lid only exposes a maximum of 85% of the top of the DUT surface. (Photo:...

2010-05-21 13:00:00

BRISTOL, Pa., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, recently awarded Joe Midili of JMA Inc. the 2009 Representative of the Year award after nearly doubling his 2008 sales. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100521/PH08959 ) With a 99% increase in sales over 2008, Midili and company outperformed other members of Aries' representative network for overall sales. Midili, owner and...

2010-02-05 11:30:00

BRISTOL, Pa., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, recently added new BGA Switch-A-Pitch Adapters that allow for smaller pitch devices to be used with larger pitch boards. The new adapters in the series adapt 0.40 mm devices to boards with a 1.00 mm pitch. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100205/PH50440 ) Aries' BGA Switch-A-Pitch Adapters, part of the extensive line of...

2010-01-05 09:23:00

BRISTOL, Pa., Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, now offers a new Kelvin test socket that handles devices with a lead pitch down to 0.4 mm. The new socket uses two independent Aries Kelvin spring probes per device pad for highly reliable, low resistance testing of MLF, QFN, LGA and other leadless devices. With a signal path of only 0.082" (2.08 mm), Aries' new Kelvin test socket provides...


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