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RAMCHECK DDR Memory Chip Tester Released
Device for Testing 66-pin DDR TSOP Chips Now Available
Houston, Texas - November 16 - INNOVENTIONS, Inc.,
the leading manufacturer of portable computer memory testers, is now shipping
the 66-pin DDR TSOP Chip Converter for its RAMCHECK DDR Pro memory tester. With
the new converter, RAMCHECK DDR Pro can test and identify 66-pin DDR chips with
speeds up to 466Mhz.
"Manufacturers need a low-cost tool for testing memory chips," said
David Y. Feinstein, President of INNOVENTIONS. "RAMCHECK DDR Pro, when
combined with the new DDR Chip Converter, allows manufacturers to place
numerous, inexpensive testers right on their assembly lines, rather than
relying on just one very expensive tester for the whole factory. It's also a
great tool for memory repair shops to have, since they can quickly spot bad
chips that need replacing."
The RAMCHECK 66-pin DDR TSOP Chip Converter fully tests and identifies
PC466/433/400/333/266/200 DDR, including 1Gb (128Mx8, 256Mx4), 512Mb (32Mx16,
64Mx8) and smaller (4Mx16, 32Mx8, 8Mx8, 64Mx4, 16Mx4 and 32Mx4) DDR chips. One
or two identical chips can be tested simultaneously. Most test cycles are
completed in less than 10 seconds.
During each test, the memory module's size, structure and type are
automatically detected. When bad memory chips are discovered, the operator is
alerted with a warning tone and visual signal. The Converter also works with
RAMCHECK DDR Pro's PC communications software, allowing the user to log and
print test results.
The RAMCHECK 66-pin DDR TSOP Chip Converter costs $225 and is available for
immediate delivery. Additional solutions will be available for testing the new
Further media information is available from Scott LaRoche, Director of Sales at
INNOVENTIONS, Inc., 10425 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX 77099.
Phone (281) 879-6226. e-mail: email@example.com
Note: INNOVENTIONS, RAMCHECK, and SIMCHECK are
registered trademarks of INNOVENTIONS, Inc.
SOURCE: INNOVENTIONS, Inc.
Editors: Images of the 66-pin DDR TSOP Chip Converter are available online.