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'[EE]: Chip ID - APR9301 ?'
2001\02\28@045704 by Ian Hynes

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PICers,

I have  a chip indicated on a schematic, its ID code = APR9301

It's a digital voice recorder/player, 28 pin. Pin config looks like
one of the ISD 33XXX series.
I'm guessing it's a clone - any ideas exactly what it's exact
equivalent is? ie ISD33120 etc? A data sheet/URL would be good - just
in case it's not exactly the same.

Thnax - Ian

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2001\02\28@073026 by mike

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On Wed, 28 Feb 2001 20:52:00 +1100, you wrote:

>PICers,
>
>I have  a chip indicated on a schematic, its ID code = APR9301
That looks more like a date code (week 1 1993)
>It's a digital voice recorder/player, 28 pin. Pin config looks like
>one of the ISD 33XXX series.
>I'm guessing it's a clone - any ideas exactly what it's exact
>equivalent is? ie ISD33120 etc? A data sheet/URL would be good - just
>in case it's not exactly the same.
>
>Thnax - Ian

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