Dallas clock battery

Roy J. Tellason rtellason at blazenet.net
Thu Dec 29 14:47:56 CST 2005

On Thursday 29 December 2005 03:41 am, Doc Shipley wrote:
>    ISTR somebody recently mentioned soldering battery leads to two legs
> of a Dallas CMOS clock chip.  Does that ring any bells?
>    I'm fiddling with a Compaq SLT/286 whose Dallas module is very dead.
>   I'd like to fix it.

Oh,  and I _was_ able to find the datasheet for the one I have on hand here,  
maybe that's worth a shot?  Don't remember where I found it offhand,  though 
alldatasheet.com is probably a good place to start.

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