Source for EEPROMs

Richard A. Cini rcini at
Mon Dec 31 16:38:08 CST 2007


    I¹m in the process of getting a floppy system running on my IMSAI (I
should have CP/M running on it tomorrow; a separate book report to follow
since I polled this group a few times for info on the topic) and I¹ve been
burning/erasing a lot of EPROMs to get it done. I have an EPROM emulator
somewhere but I can¹t find it.

    Anyway, my programmer can also handle 28C16 EEPROMs. I located some at
Jameco ($4@) and at JDR ($4.50@) but I was looking for a cheaper source if
possible. Googling produces tons of sites with either data sheets or
industrial recovery companies that want to sell 100 of them at a shot. At
most I¹d probably buy a tube (15 or 20) of them.

    Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks again, and Happy New Year to


Rich Cini
Collector of Classic Computers
Build Master and lead engineer, Altair32 Emulator

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