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'Bulk Buy of 16C84?'
1995\10\31@172900 by Ben L Wirz

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       Is there interest in doing a bulk buy of PIC 16C84's, or perhaps
another PIC?  I know this one is very popular due to eeprom, and I need
several for upcoming projects.  I thought if there is interest, I would
try to put together a bulk purchase and save everyone some money.
       I was thinking of the of the 10 Mhz, 18 pin Dip package.  By
getting the faster speed everyone will be satisfied, even though it cost
a little more.  If there is interest in 25 units, we can get a
decent discount over the 1 piece price.  If there is interest in
100 or 1000 it is much cheaper, I like to be optimistic.
       If your interested, email me directly with aproximate of how many
you might be interested in.  I will put everyone who is intersted on a
email macro to keep you up to date.  I wished I could publish prices, but
I want to see what kind of price break we can get first based on
the interest poll.  (It should definately be <$10)

       This will be the second bulk buy I have organized, and I will try
to provide references if anyone wants.  On that note, I will have several
LMD 18200 Full Bridge Motor Control IC's left over if anyone is
interested (6 amp surge!).

Thanks,
Ben
spam_OUTblw2TakeThisOuTspamcec.wustl.edu

1995\10\31@175238 by Chris Smolinski

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>        Is there interest in doing a bulk buy of PIC 16C84's, or perhaps
>another PIC?  I know this one is very popular due to eeprom, and I need
>several for upcoming projects.  I thought if there is interest, I would
>try to put together a bulk purchase and save everyone some money.
>        I was thinking of the of the 10 Mhz, 18 pin Dip package.  By
>getting the faster speed everyone will be satisfied, even though it cost
>a little more.  If there is interest in 25 units, we can get a
>decent discount over the 1 piece price.  If there is interest in
>100 or 1000 it is much cheaper, I like to be optimistic.
>        If your interested, email me directly with aproximate of how many
>you might be interested in.  I will put everyone who is intersted on a
>email macro to keep you up to date.  I wished I could publish prices, but
>I want to see what kind of price break we can get first based on
>the interest poll.  (It should definately be <$10)
>

I'm planning on using the PIC16C84 in a project at work, and checked
pricing. I need about 500 of 'em (two build two systems, each has 256 PICs,
each PIC monitors a photodiode to check for a pulse of light at a certain
time, and then processes the information and presents it on a common bus to
be read by a 486. I wonder if this would be a record for the most PICs in a
single product???)

Anyway, I was quoted around $5 or so each. I'll have to check the pricing
info at work tomorrow to make sure. If you can get the volume up, you
certainly should get the price break.

Any idea why Microchip doesn't make any other PICs with EE program memory?
I need the ability to re-program the PICs in-circuit, so that left the
16C84 as the only possibility.

Chris


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1995\10\31@182023 by David Knell

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At 16:25 31/10/95 -0600, you wrote:
>        Is there interest in doing a bulk buy of PIC 16C84's, or perhaps
>another PIC?  I know this one is very popular due to eeprom, and I need
>several for upcoming projects.  I thought if there is interest, I would
>try to put together a bulk purchase and save everyone some money.
...

We currently buy 16C84s (4Mhz version) at 1.76 pounds.  That's about 2.5
of your Earth dollars...

Dave

1995\10\31@205320 by Robert L. Powell

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>        Is there interest in doing a bulk buy of PIC 16C84's, or perhaps
>another PIC?
<SNIP>

I am! :-) I'll take 5.

>        This will be the second bulk buy I have organized, and I will try
>to provide references if anyone wants.  On that note, I will have several
>LMD 18200 Full Bridge Motor Control IC's left over if anyone is
>interested (6 amp surge!).
How much for one of the LMD 18200s?

- R. L. Powell


'Bulk Buy of 16C84?'
1995\11\01@044723 by att%atlas.king.ac.uk%UKACRL.bitnet
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>        Is there interest in doing a bulk buy of PIC 16C84's, or
> perhaps another PIC?  I know this one is very popular due to eeprom,
> and I need several for upcoming projects.

> Thanks,
> Ben
> blw2spamKILLspamcec.wustl.edu

I would but I'm in the UK so there would be no point. Incidentally,
has anyone in the UK managed to get 16C84s for less than the RS price
of about 8 pounds?

/\/\att.

1995\11\01@044931 by att%atlas.king.ac.uk%UKACRL.bitnet

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> We currently buy 16C84s (4Mhz version) at 1.76 pounds.  That's about
> 2.5 of your Earth dollars...

> Dave

Where? Where? Superb! What quantity?

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1995\11\01@154340 by Winston Poon

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       Put me down for five (5) pieces.  Thank you.

1995\11\01@163906 by David Brenegan

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Put me down for five (5) pieces also. Thanks.
_David Brenegan

1995\11\02@031432 by Jeff Fisher

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>I would but I'm in the UK so there would be no point. Incidentally,
>has anyone in the UK managed to get 16C84s for less than the RS price
>of about 8 pounds?
>
>/\/\att.

Wow, does Radio Shack sell PICs in the UK?

-Jeff

1995\11\02@053028 by ervo Vesa (NMP)

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Jeff writes:
>Wow, does Radio Shack sell PICs in the UK?

You can get PIC's from Farnell in the UK.

Vesa

1995\11\02@060839 by David Knell

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At 12:28 02/11/95 GMT, you wrote:
>Jeff writes:
>>Wow, does Radio Shack sell PICs in the UK?
>
>You can get PIC's from Farnell in the UK.
>
>Vesa

I think this is a cultural difference we're seeing here - RS
in the UK refers to RadioSpares, a large, slick mail-order
operation for electronic components.  Not Radio Shack
(Tandy) who are a high-street electronic goods merchant
who also sell some electronic components like:
14-pin Integrated Circuit! Only 99p!
Blue Capacitors!  3 for 49p!

Dave

1995\11\02@075026 by David Tatusko

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At 09:45 AM 11/1/95 GMT0BST, you wrote:
>> We currently buy 16C84s (4Mhz version) at 1.76 pounds.  That's about
>> 2.5 of your Earth dollars...
>
>> Dave
>
>Where? Where? Superb! What quantity?
>
>/\/\att.
>
>

If we can get 'em for 2.5 or 3 bucks a piece I'll definitely take 10,
probably 20.

1995\11\02@180150 by Edward Tang

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David Tatusko <hksuper!NOWHERE.PDIAL.INTERPATH.NET!outta> writes:

> At 09:45 AM 11/1/95 GMT0BST, you wrote:
> >> We currently buy 16C84s (4Mhz version) at 1.76 pounds.  That's about
> >> 2.5 of your Earth dollars...
> >
> >> Dave
> >
> >Where? Where? Superb! What quantity?
> >
> >/\/\att.
> >
> >
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> If we can get 'em for 2.5 or 3 bucks a piece I'll definitely take 10,
> probably 20.

       I also.

Edward Tang

1995\11\03@125539 by Pic User

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me too probably.

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