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2001\10\16@134222 by John De Villiers

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I've salvaged some parts from and old line printer and want to use some of
them for pic projects

By far the most valuable are the two steppers  1.9 degree per step, 3.5A
bipolar steppers. The guys are huge.

I need some help identifying the use of the following
some transistors - writing on them look like RCA401 and RCA349
scr1906

a whole bunch of intel chips - 8085, 8255, 8155H-2 8253-5

some more RCA chips
40 pin  RCA236, RCA227, RCA240, RCA210

and 68 x RCA 345

there are also a bunch of uv erasable eproms

i must still see if the power supply is of any use, but it looks like it
delivers 48V

Do any of these have any value for pic stuff, or should they go to the back
of the junk box?

Regards
  John

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2001\10\16@161241 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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This is PIC related as I am replacing these chips with PICs!

John De Villiers wrote:

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>Do any of these have any value for pic stuff, or should they go to the back
>of the junk box?
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Speaking of Junk boxes...

I happen to have BRAND NEW in the sleeves:

P80C88A-2s    (285)
P82C59A-2s    (185)
IM6100IPLs    (16 sleeves)
M3-6100s       (550)
Z80s                (169)

Free to a good home, YOU take care of the shipping.
Else, the dumpster gets the sleeves next week.
(I need the room!)

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2001\10\16@174213 by Jim Paul

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Thomas,

If you get no other offers for these parts, let me know and I'll take them
off your hands.  I can't stand seeing good parts thrown in the dumpster.
I know they're obsolete for the most part, but if thy're still good, they
can still be used.   Anyway, before you toss em, let me know and we'll
work out the shipping details and the destination address.

                                             Thanks and Regards,

                                               Jim   KA9QHR




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2001\10\16@181051 by Lasse Madsen

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Hey !

I would wery much appriciate some of those Z80's  - i've always been
facinated by these old "super processors" but i have never found the money
to play with them -- student wage isnt good im affraid :(

But how ever i believe that i can afford the postage.

Please say when and where and im the man.

Best regards

Lasse Madsen

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2001\10\17@011715 by Timothy Stranex

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Thomas,

I am interested in getting about 5 each of these. What sort of price
would the postage be to South Africa and how do you want me to pay?

Thanks,
Timothy Stranex
Durban, South Africa
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2001\10\17@044837 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Hi Tim,

Do you want 5 sleeves of the parts, or just 5 parts?

Send your shipping address.

When I send the chips I'll send you E-Mail with the cost of shipping.

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2001\10\17@044859 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Send your shipping address, when I send the chips I'll send E-Mail with the
shipping costs.

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2001\10\17@072807 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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Thank Jim,

I HATE filling the company dumpster... it too full now!
(you DON'T want to know what I've already thrown out!)
I've had a few requests, but I'm certainly willing to send you the
remainder.

Send a shipping address.

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2001\10\17@090830 by 742-9014

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> of the junk box?

I would keep the stepper motors and the power supply and perhaps some of the
other mechanical parts like gears if you have them.  Otherwise the chips are
probably not worth the trouble.  One of today's PICs can probably run rings
around the 8085, and you also have to wonder why the printer was junked.


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2001\10\17@090902 by 742-9014

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> > P80C88A-2s    (285)
> > P82C59A-2s    (185)
> > IM6100IPLs    (16 sleeves)
> > M3-6100s       (550)

For some reason I didn't see the original post.  Tom, can you give a simple
one-line explanation of what these are?

> > Z80s                (169)

OK, I know what those are.  Have you checked if any museums want these ;-)


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2001\10\17@092026 by Jim Paul

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Thomas,

That'll work.  Let me know what you have left when you find out.

                               Thanks and Regards,

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2001\10\17@113909 by Dale Botkin

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On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Olin Lathrop, Embed Inc, 978-742-9014 wrote:

> > > P80C88A-2s    (285)
 8086 variant, ued in the IBM PC & XT.  16 bit CPU, 8 bit external bus.

> > > P82C59A-2s    (185)
 Intel Programmable Interrupt Controller, 8085 family

> > > IM6100IPLs    (16 sleeves)
 Intersil 12-bit CPU, PDP-8 clone.

> > > M3-6100s       (550)
 No clue.  Maybe a second source IM6100 or something?

> > > Z80s                (169)
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> OK, I know what those are.  Have you checked if any museums want these ;-)

 Actually I continue to see these in new products.  Slot machines, for
one, I think are still using them by the ton.

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2001\10\17@141444 by Allen Mahurin

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While I've never used them, I also "only know" what
the Z80s are.  You can buy them and their support
components still from http://www.jdr.com.  Seemed like
reasonable prices to me ... IF you're into that family
of ICs.   ;)

Good luck,

ATM

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2001\10\20@102425 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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O.K. Jim,

The VAST majority of chips are still here!

(I sent 5 each to a guy in South Africa...)

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2001\10\20@172619 by jim

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Let me know what the shipping cost will be to Richmond, Texas USA 77469-2130
and I'll send you either a check, cashiers check, Money Order, or whatever
form of
payment you require (except for credit card), and you can ship the parts to
me at you
convenience.   BTW, my mailing address is James Paul   706 William Morton
Drive in
Richmond as noted above.

P.S.  As an FYI, I will probably donate most of these parts to the local
High School for
use in their electronics class.  So if you have any other components that
will be disposed
of, let me know.   Or alternately, you could ask your local High School if
they'd be interested.
I'd wager they probably would.

Please advise what you need me to do next.

Thanks and Regards,


Jim

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