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'[OT]:cheap 4MB compact flash'
2002\09\09@221335 by dwheeler

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Anyone still goofing 'round with compact flash interfaces might be
interested in
http://www.package2you.com
There's a 4MB compact flash card listed at $2.99 ea.

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2002\09\09@234315 by David Harris

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Hi-
How about:
   "4 Meg Flash
           The good news is that these are cheap. Atmel, AT49F040-12TI,
32 pin, plastic thin small outline
           package(TSOP). 4-megabit, 512Kx8, flash memory. 120ns. Look
it up on Atmel's site. Hang on to your
           hat, here comes the price. Pack of 10.
                           ICS1012.............Pack of
10.............$10.00
   "
at BGMicro: http://www.bgmicro.com/lmad3.htm
David

dwheeler wrote:

> Anyone still goofing 'round with compact flash interfaces might be
> interested in
> http://www.package2you.com
> There's a 4MB compact flash card listed at $2.99 ea.
>
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2002\09\09@234829 by Herbert Graf

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Unfortunately those are NOT the easiest to solder (at least for a hobbiest).
TTYL

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2002\09\10@010831 by Jinx

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> Unfortunately those are NOT the easiest to solder (at least for
> a hobbiest). TTYL

> > 32 pin, plastic thin small outline package(TSOP). 4-megabit

A project that uses 4M of memory may be a little bit more advanced
than "hobbyist" anyway. I find they solder quite easily IF you pay
attention to what you're doing and have a half-decent PCB and iron.
A magnifier is handy too

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2002\09\10@010840 by Tony Nixon

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Herbert Graf wrote:
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> Unfortunately those are NOT the easiest to solder (at least for a hobbiest).
> TTYL


Lately, I've been playing around with small outline packages (0.9mm pin
spacing) and hand soldering.

What I do is flood a line of pins with solder and then use the soldering
iron to draw off the excess.

Works well if you're quick.

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2002\09\10@123754 by Herbert Graf

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> > Unfortunately those are NOT the easiest to solder (at least for
> > a hobbiest). TTYL
>
> > > 32 pin, plastic thin small outline package(TSOP). 4-megabit
>
> A project that uses 4M of memory may be a little bit more advanced
> than "hobbyist" anyway. I find they solder quite easily IF you pay
> attention to what you're doing and have a half-decent PCB and iron.
> A magnifier is handy too

       I don't see why you'd say that. I've done two "hobbiest" projects recently
that used 256kB of memory, granted one didn't use flash but still... TTYL

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2002\09\10@175610 by Jinx

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> > A project that uses 4M of memory may be a little bit more
> > advanced than "hobbyist" anyway

> I don't see why you'd say that. I've done two "hobbiest" projects
> recently that used 256kB of memory, granted one didn't use
> flash but still... TTYL

Sorry, didn't mean to imply anything about hobbyists (I'm one
too at heart). What I meant was it's a big step up from a flashing
LED. "Hobbyist" doesn't tell you where on the beginner-advanced
scale someone is. Amateur-professional doesn't either. You could
be much more experienced and knowledgeable about a hobby
than your real job. You can change your job easier than your passion

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2002\09\10@192227 by Brandon Fosdick

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Tony Nixon wrote:
>
> Herbert Graf wrote:
> >
> > Unfortunately those are NOT the easiest to solder (at least for a hobbiest).
> > TTYL
>
> Lately, I've been playing around with small outline packages (0.9mm pin
> spacing) and hand soldering.
>
> What I do is flood a line of pins with solder and then use the soldering
> iron to draw off the excess.
>
> Works well if you're quick.

I know a guy that thinks he invented that method. He even named it after
himself. Although "his" method has a sligh variation. He first floods the pins
with water soluble(sp?) flux (he swears by a certain brand of this stuff, I
forget the brand, but Digikey carries it). I never had the heart to tell him
that it works with regular flux too.

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