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Thread: how about a 3-pin PIC chip??
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picon face BY : Mike Singer email (remove spam text)



Roman,
what is the motivation of the posting?
Have you limited PCB area, or you just don't want
to mess with extra pins?
If dimensions are critical: you may use chips in
new ultra small packages(japanese microcontrollers,
if available).

Mike.

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