help id a chip
pete at petelancashire.com
Wed Jan 17 14:43:34 CST 2018
OK it is coming back to me, if I remember correctly these were used in the
B80 which were or were to be a replacement for the L/TC family
there were either 5 or 8 of them that made up the CPU
On Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 12:14 PM, Mike Stein via cctech <
cctech at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> The L & TC series (among others?) used a number of those chips; I *might*
> even be able to look up what it did but I doubt that it'd be useful
> information ;-)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Pete Lancashire via cctech" <cctech at classiccmp.org>
> To: "william degnan" <billdegnan at gmail.com>; "General Discussion:
> On-Topic Posts" <cctech at classiccmp.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 1:19 PM
> Subject: Re: help id a chip
> > Burroughs
> > One has to love the 1/8" spacing.
> > I have a box of them from when I worked there. I may even have one of the
> > very rare test sockets.
> > The division I was in was considering using the technology. I can't
> > remember what actually used them. Way too long ago.
> > The plant I was in built the B7xx family.
> > I
> > -pete
> > On Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 10:05 AM, william degnan via cctech <
> > cctech at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> >> Can someone tell me what chip this is?
> >> http://vintagecomputer.net/pictures/2017/Objects/P1010114.JPG
> >> http://vintagecomputer.net/pictures/2017/Objects/P1010093.JPG
> >> http://vintagecomputer.net/pictures/2017/Objects/P1010094.JPG
> >> (note ..94/94 show the item in a sealed in storage material)
> >> the underside consists of 4 sets of 12 pins plus the corner 3 pins, as
> >> shown on the top of the chip.
> >> thanks
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