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'[OT] Way OT, Supplies of 6811 chips, OZ only.'
1999\07\07@192736 by Antonio L Benci

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Australian residents only...

I am trying to source a supplier of Motorola MC68HC811E2, 52 pin plcc
chips, small quantities, <10. I have tried Arrow and Avnet, the main
distributors but thay have been of little assistance. They insist on
this stupid MOA business or tube quantities. Any pointers would be
appreciated...

I plan on using the BotBoard PCB as the basis for a low cost instrument
controller. but need to get my hands on some chips...

Thanks...

Nino.
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1999\07\07@200656 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 09:26 8/07/99 +1000, you wrote:
>Australian residents only...
>
>I am trying to source a supplier of Motorola MC68HC811E2, 52 pin plcc
>chips, small quantities, <10. I have tried Arrow and Avnet, the main
>distributors but thay have been of little assistance. They insist on
>this stupid MOA business or tube quantities. Any pointers would be
>appreciated...
>
>I plan on using the BotBoard PCB as the basis for a low cost instrument
>controller. but need to get my hands on some chips...
>
>Thanks...

You may try to get these as samples. The tube lots come down to ISO9000
requirements, so the distributors are doing what the manual says. You may
also try ICD, Sonar (Sometimes you can be lucky) or Keven Coffee at
Motorola direct as samples.



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