Q: What in blazes is this? Small PCB with a Aluminum Heat Sink
Okay people I will have to take a few snap shots of this item to post here for you to view so you get a better understanding of what I'm looking at but here goes.
I have in front of me a small PCB board which looks similar to a SIM PCB which is 3.75 " in width and .75 " in hight.
It has the following silk screened on side 1 along the top edge left to right
Left: 0428 (inverse), 94V-0
Center: LITEON, DD-1151-2C REV: X3
The contacts along the bottom are Gold Plated it seems but not like the normal setup for RAM.
It goes in the following pattern:
(3) Squares, (1) Vertical Rectangle, (5) Squares, (1) Vertical Rectangle, (5) Squares, (1) Vertical Rectangle, (2) Squares, , (1) Horizontal Rectangle: equals a Square + Vertical Rectangle, a Notch, (10) Thin Vertical Rectangles about 1/2 width of the Vertical Rectangle.
There are (7) spaces for electronic from left to right with the first (3) filled with a square items labeled 'UITEC or U|TEC
then a space and then three more of the same item and there are a few more elesctronics farther to the right.
There is a Aluminum Heat Sink which has a lip along the top and covers most of the back of the PCB with two screws holding it in place. On top of the heat sink is a white label which reads:
DD-1151-2C1 (Space) Rec.x1
PL:0A (Space) DC:0433
Just found this in a box of stuff I got and just wanted to know what it was and used for - maybe one of you out there may recall off the top of your head.
Thanks as any help would be helpful before I toss this and later realize it was a needed or useful part
Picture to follow.