kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Sun Jan 1 10:30:42 CST 2006
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On 24-Dec-05 at 13:35 Richard A. Cini wrote:
> Just a quickie.what would be a suitable replacement for the opaque
>labels that one would stick over EPROM windows? I was going to use
>electrical tape but it's so sticky and white mailing lables leave glue
If you can find one of the older Brady label printers on greed-bay, such as the LS2000 or similar, there are very suitable labels available through any Brady distributor (Graybar Electric is a good example) for EPROMs and other electronic usage.
Another workable alternative is one of the generic thermal-transfer printers, such as the Brother or Casio units widely sold by Office Despot. I've found that the half-inch black-on-white tape works great on standard-size EPROMs, while the quarter-inch tape is suitable for skinnier ICs such as PROMs or PALs.
Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
Blue Feather Technologies -- http://www.bluefeathertech.com
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