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2002\01\04@133949 by Dal Wheeler

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www.mypioneer.com

www.ied.pios.com/onestop/stock/update_stock.asp?part_number=PIC16F874
-20I\P&mfg_code=MCH&sSearchID=9323889

around $5.90 in 1's --you'll want to buy at least $20 minimum or pay $5 in
handling...  Get some 16f628's or get a few '877's(~$6.30) as well...  A
little cheaper still if you've purchased from them before...
-Dal
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From: Darren <spam_OUTthunderbug120TakeThisOuTspamhotmail.com>

Subject: need PIC16F874-20IP


> hi everyone, i'm new on this news group and i hope someone can point me in
> the direction to a place i can buy a single PIC16F874-20IP      for a
> computer interface board i am building

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2002\01\07@105331 by PDRUNEN

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I have some F876 devices what we have used during prototyping.
They have been programmed several times but no were near the 1000 times
max.

We quit using them because the pins become weak after about 15 or so
insertions.

I don't know what would be a good price for them.

Paul

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2002\01\07@110409 by Byron A Jeff

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On Mon, Jan 07, 2002 at 10:50:16AM -0500, .....PDRUNENKILLspamspam@spam@aol.com wrote:
> I have some F876 devices what we have used during prototyping.
> They have been programmed several times but no were near the 1000 times
> max.
>
> We quit using them because the pins become weak after about 15 or so
> insertions.

I've always used machined solder sockets as protection. Their pins are
much sturdier than the IC pins, and of course the sockets cost less.

>
> I don't know what would be a good price for them.

Probably 60-70 percent of the best new price you can find. Peter Anderson
has them for $8.50. So somewhere is in $5.50 to $6 range is probably
reasonable.

BAJ
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2002\01\07@110823 by Thomas McGahee

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I always place my PIC chips into an AUGAT socket that uses
the round machined IC sockets. Then I plug the whole
assembly into the on-board socket (which is also the same
type of round-pin machined socket).

After a hundred or so insertions I carefully remove the
carrier socket and plug the PIC into a new one. Sockets
are cheaper than PICs.

Fr. Thomas McGahee

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