I'd like to connect my logic analyzer to the address and data lines of a 6264 parallel SRAM chip on a PCB I'm working on. It's a 28-pin, .600 mil DIP package.
I have a 3M test clip for a .300 mil DIP28, but it won't fit, and new ones are very expensive. I don't have any minigrabbers either.
Does anyone have an interesting hack for piggybacking wires to a DIP in-circuit? I was thinking about soldering some wires to a DIP socket, or 2 rows of header pins on a piece of perfboard, then wedging it on top of the chip. Not sure either will have the strength to stay in place and maintain all connections though.