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'Req: Source for EPRom stickers'
1998\06\30@145747 by Mark Willis

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Hi all - I am interested in finding opaque stickers for the tops of
PICs, EPRoms, etc. - Most every time I've done projects before now, I
have had company stock of these (metallized mylar stickers with (paper?)
-something- laminated on top to write on) - I don't have any now & would
like to have stock for both the 17C44 in my PicStart Plus, and the
16C622's and the 16C66's I will be using regularly, as well as 27C256's
& etc.;

 Anyone know of a source for these?  I can't seem to find them,
anywhere.  Paper labels aren't the same <G>

 Mark Willis, spam_OUTmwillisTakeThisOuTspamnwlink.com


'Req: Source for EPRom stickers'
1998\07\01@082642 by Andy Kunz
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>  Anyone know of a source for these?  I can't seem to find them,
>anywhere.  Paper labels aren't the same <G>

I always used 5" floppy write-protect tabs, but you'd be hard pressed to
find them these days!

Andy


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1998\07\01@101020 by Peter L. Peres

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There are labels for this (try Fanta) but the best source is the local
decoration shop. They use sheets of self-adhesive silver, gold and other
colors, and there are also strips of this on rolls. Just get a 1/3 in wide
roll of your favorite color and fit it inside a sellotape dispenser...

hope this helps,

       Peter

1998\07\01@113619 by )

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        Any Kunz Wrote:

        I always used 5" floppy write-protect tabs, but you'd be hard
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> find them these days!
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> Andy
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> Andy Kunz - Statistical Research, Inc. - Westfield, New Jersey USA
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       Try MEI MicroCenter 1-800-634-3478. P/N 129460 $1 per pack of 100 -
in black - a problem if you're trying to print on them. Check out your local
office supply store. Avery (and others) makes a variety of little dots and
squares type labels. Also look under typewriter labels. I would imagine you
can also get small square/rectangular labels in sheets for laser/ink jet
printers.

       -Frank

1998\07\01@113908 by Bob Blick

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I think MEI Micro in Ohio, it's a big mail-order computer supplies outfit,
sells these in sheets.

-bob

On Tue, 30 Jun 1998, Andy Kunz wrote:

> >  Anyone know of a source for these?  I can't seem to find them,
> >anywhere.  Paper labels aren't the same <G>
>
> I always used 5" floppy write-protect tabs, but you'd be hard pressed to
> find them these days!
>
> Andy

1998\07\01@114632 by Paul BRITTON

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In the UK , they ar eavailable from RS components, PN's 264-119, 264-103,
264-125, 606-181, 606-197, 606-204 they are not particularly cheap, and
they are well hidden in the catalogue, don't bother looking in the
'labels' section, try the 'semiconductors-Memory' section !!!!!

Farnell components also sell them,(and in smaller qty than RS) PN's
463-802, 463-814, 463-826, 463-838, 463-840 .



I suppose if there is enough interest I could post further details ie
sizes etc, but if you've got a catalogue, look in the part number index to
find them!!!



TTFN

Paul

1998\07\01@120527 by Nuno Pedrosa

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Probably I'm missing something really basic, but... can't you use simple
paper stickers? Do they have to be special?

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1998\07\01@123417 by kfisk

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Yes, Panduit make sheets printable with a laser printer for electronic IC
labeling. The list is as follows;

Mylar
Mylar Silver
Paper                           (Temporary, can be removed)
Paper,Destructible              ( Gets destroyed when trying to remove)
Polymiide
TEDLAR
Vinyl
Vinyl Cloth
Vinyl, Destructible

If you want more detail, please email me privately and I can give you part
numbers, etc.

Cheers,

K. Fisk <fkiskspamspam_OUTwkpowerlink.com>
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1998\07\01@125712 by chris

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> Hi all - I am interested in finding opaque stickers for the tops of
> PICs, EPRoms, etc. -
>   Mark Willis, @spam@mwillisKILLspamspamnwlink.com
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Mark,

Try contacting Computer Imprintable Label Systems in MA, they have a
number of different styles that you can directly print on.

CILS - (508) 921-8877, web page: http://www.cils-labels.com

They make all kinds of labels good for labeling equipment too.

I hope this helps!

Chris

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1998\07\01@132936 by Mark Willis

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Good data from everyone - Thanks for all the help!

 I'll limp for the days until I order from Newark with 5" FD stickers,
covered with paper for my scribblings, I guess.  That'll get me by until
then.

 BTW (one person asked) The reason I prefer totally opaque stickers is
that sometimes you can erase an EPRom through a paper sticker, in
sunlight, eventually.  Any strong UV source can do this.  Any IR-Opaque
sticker stops this (I've done a lot of life-critical stuff, and though
this isn't "absolutely necessary", I just make a habit of doing it to
prevent ANY possible problems;  Sorta like you check any firearm you
handle to verify it's condition of being loaded or unloaded.  I try not
to overdo my good habits, TOO much!

 Again - Thanks, all!

 Mark, spamBeGonemwillisspamBeGonespamnwlink.com

1998\07\01@174151 by aab

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>  BTW (one person asked) The reason I prefer totally opaque stickers is
>that sometimes you can erase an EPRom through a paper sticker, in
>sunlight, eventually.

There was a long thread here months ago about a balky A/D
on a PIC that was 'cured' by using fully opaque (aluminum as I recall)
tape on the windowed part.

Many years ago I had an 8748 (UV erasable windowed part) that stopped
working when sunlight through the shop window hit it and just shading
it with your hand got it to run again! That was pretty old
technology though...

1998\07\01@234251 by ephen Rothlisberger

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>There was a long thread here months ago about a balky A/D
>on a PIC that was 'cured' by using fully opaque (aluminum as I recall)
>tape on the windowed part.
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>Many years ago I had an 8748 (UV erasable windowed part) that stopped
>working when sunlight through the shop window hit it and just shading
>it with your hand got it to run again! That was pretty old
>technology though...

Any semiconductor PN-junction that is exposed to sunlight will generate
some current flow: the photoelectric effect is used in solar cells. Thus,
if you have a windowed chip exposed to sunlight there will be extra
currents flowing in the chip that you know nothing about and have no
control over, leading to faulty operation. The "newness" of the technology
doesn't matter much, because most chips have PN junctions (as diodes) in
them, even if they're just for input protection.

Stephen.

1998\07\10@161330 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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I had a supply of write protect labels for floppy disks (5 1/4") that work
very well. I have also had good luck with Avery mailing labels (1 up) that
I cut down before applying.


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1998\07\12@141227 by Mark Willis

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Someone suggested the 5.25" labels already (Which is great as I have
some, hidden somewhere here - even the black ones of these are probably
UV opaque!) - I try not to use paper due to UV transparency.  I'm
unstuck on this one - Thanks again to all who helped!

 Mark, mwillisEraseMEspam.....nwlink.com

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1998\07\19@133634 by Kevin Fisk

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I sent a previous message that did not come through so I do not know if this
will either. Panduit makes many varieties of electronic labels; Some Opaque,
some not, some removable, some not,etc......

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