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2009\01\27@131325 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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I am cleaning out my company's inventory.
DIP Windowed parts:
4ea. PIC16C62B/JW
2ea. PIC16C715/JW
8ea. PIC18C252/JW
4ea. PIC18C452/JW
4ea. PIC18C442/JW
2ea. PIC16C63/JW
5ea. PIC16C73B/JW
4ea. PIC16C73A/JW

PLCC Windowed part:
6ea. PIC17C766/CL

PLCC part:
48ea. PIC16C65A-20/L

Pay shipping, they are yours.
First come, first served.

Tom

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 (*)/ (*)  Bicycle mobile on 145.41MHz PL74.4

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2009\01\27@132206 by olin piclist

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> I am cleaning out my company's inventory.
> DIP Windowed parts:
> 4ea. PIC16C62B/JW
> 2ea. PIC16C715/JW
> 8ea. PIC18C252/JW
> 4ea. PIC18C452/JW
> 4ea. PIC18C442/JW
> 2ea. PIC16C63/JW
> 5ea. PIC16C73B/JW
> 4ea. PIC16C73A/JW
>
> PLCC Windowed part:
> 6ea. PIC17C766/CL
>
> PLCC part:
> 48ea. PIC16C65A-20/L

You should keep a few around so that kids coming out of school this year can
gawk at them in amazement.  Then you can tell them how you had to refine
your own silicon, trudging barefoot to the quarry in the snow uphill both
ways.


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2009\01\27@133141 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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I have more than "a few" still in the designs lying around here!

Yea, I had to (sigh) put them in the UV eraser them every time I did a
firmware update.  As you noted, it was uphill BOTH ways.

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2009\01\27@162243 by M. Adam Davis

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I remember UV erasers being one of the bigger purchases for getting
into microcontrollers - as a high school student I couldn't justify
$100 for it when I could get logic chips for cheap.  The 16C84 took
off big time because you could program and erase it without a UV
eraser, didn't require any external support parts (except crystal),
and could be programmed with a cheap programmer.

-Adam

On Tue, Jan 27, 2009 at 1:32 PM, Thomas C. Sefranek <tcsspamKILLspamcmcorp.com> wrote:
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2009\01\27@170405 by Thomas C. Sefranek
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M. Adam Davis
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 4:22 PM
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Subject: Re: [PIC] Old stock of PICs

I remember UV erasers being one of the bigger purchases for getting
into microcontrollers - as a high school student I couldn't justify
$100 for it when I could get logic chips for cheap.  The 16C84 took
off big time because you could program and erase it without a UV
eraser, didn't require any external support parts (except crystal),
and could be programmed with a cheap programmer.

-Adam

I built mine!  UV (mercury) lamps are cheap, and a ballast is too.
(Then I built a PIC based timer for it!)

Tom

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 |_-\<,_   Amateur Radio Operator: WA1RHP
 (*)/ (*)  Bicycle mobile on 145.41MHz PL74.4

ARRL Instructor, Technical Specialist, VE Contact.
hamradio.cmcorp.com/inventory/Inventory.html
http://www.harvardrepeater.org

2009\01\27@184512 by Jinx

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> The 16C84 took off big time because you could program and erase
> it without a UV eraser, didn't require any external support parts
> (except crystal), and could be programmed with a cheap programmer.

That's exactly why I dropped the Motorolas of the time. An EPROM
68HC705K1 (about the equivalent of a 16F84) was around $50 and
not particularly rugged, but you really needed them to develop code for
the OTPs. Expensive hobby until sales got going and I could afford an
emulator. The UV eraser I already had, and still have, bought to make
Commodore64 EPROM cartridges. Still have a tube of  OTP 705C8/C9
and a couple of EPROM versions (they were pricey)

Funnily enough, a girl friend came to see me on Monday. I encapsulated
one of the dead K1 and made it into a brooch. Needs the pin replacing.
First time I've seen that since I made it

http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/potted_k1.jpg


2009\01\27@192444 by Marcel Duchamp

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Jinx wrote:

> Funnily enough, a girl friend came to see me on Monday. I encapsulated
> one of the dead K1 and made it into a brooch. Needs the pin replacing.
> First time I've seen that since I made it
>
> home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/potted_k1.jpg
>

Wow! That looks great!  Next time, you should try to make a hat or a
pterodactyl out of it...


2009\01\27@195555 by Jinx

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> > home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/potted_k1.jpg
> >
>
> Wow! That looks great!  Next time, you should try to make a
> hat or a pterodactyl out of it...

Oh Marcel, always with the flying lizards. Wassa matta you ?

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