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2000\12\12@212516 by Jinx

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Roman mentioned the new dark laser etching on the chips. I
got caught once too often during development putting the chip
the wrong way around either in the programmer or the circuit.
It's now my practice to put a dab of whiteout next to pin1

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2000\12\12@213014 by Tony Nixon

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Jinx wrote:
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> Roman mentioned the new dark laser etching on the chips. I
> got caught once too often during development putting the chip
> the wrong way around either in the programmer or the circuit.
> It's now my practice to put a dab of whiteout next to pin1
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Hey Jinx,

Did you know there is a little notch at one end of the chip?

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2000\12\12@234040 by Jinx

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> Hey Jinx,
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> Did you know there is a little notch at one end of the chip?
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> |-))
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> Tony

Hey Tony,

Oh sure, but lighting isn't always the best and a white spot is
a lot easier to see at a glance, especially if you're occupied
thinking about the next mod

Hands up anyone who hasn't accidentally put a chip in backwards

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2000\12\13@002824 by Dan Michaels

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Jinx wrote:
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>Hands up anyone who hasn't accidentally put a chip in backwards
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You mean today?

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2000\12\13@002834 by Tony Nixon

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Jinx wrote:

> Oh sure, but lighting isn't always the best and a white spot is
> a lot easier to see at a glance, especially if you're occupied
> thinking about the next mod

Only muckin' around ;-)

> Hands up anyone who hasn't accidentally put a chip in backwards

I have on occassion :-(

Makes your code run backwards.

        00x0 wlvom
       ATROP fwvom
         pots otog    pots

No wonder they get a bit hot under the collar.

I'll bet there are not too many who have been around chips for a while
that haven't done this.

I haven't had a PIC die this way yet.

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2000\12\13@060253 by Bala Chandar

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Jinx wrote:
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> Oh sure, but lighting isn't always the best and a white spot is
> a lot easier to see at a glance, especially if you're occupied
> thinking about the next mod
>
> Hands up anyone who hasn't accidentally put a chip in backwards
>
You are right Jinx! I also inserted the 16F84A upside down two times and
luckily, noticed it before applying power. I too have put a small white dot
near pin 1.

Regards,
Bala

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