Subject: RE: data for multia page
To: 'Eric.Melville@target.com' <Eric.Melville@target.com>
From: David Woyciesjes <DAW@yalepress3.unipress.yale.edu>
Date: 06/20/2000 13:55:50
> This is some info my brother had about that chip...
I have an Acrobat Spec Sheet document from Phillips Semiconductor (about
this chip) I can send it to anyone, if they want it. Just let me know. Or
can someone post it somewhere?
> I sent this (I think ) to this list back in May, but I'm not sure if it
> made it to the archives or the Multia FAQ...
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> Subject: data for multia page
> yes, I have the chip.. I sent the form to purchasing. I do not
> know the price or anything yet... from the looks, that is all
> that is bad. I will order a few..
> FYI: your data sheet is not complete...
> the netbsd/alpha FAQ sheet.. the chip is listed as 74abt623d
> it is specifically a
> 74abt623d sot163-1
> order thru Phillips semicondictors 800 237 7381 (national hdqt.)
> * not Phillips Magnavox
> in new england the warehouse is new england tech solutions
> burlington. my contact was Melinda 781 229 8888
> there are three versions:
> sot 163-1 is 7.5 mm wide (your board)
> sot 339-1 is 5.3 mm wide
> sot 360-1 is 4.4 mm wide
> as well as other mounting styles, if thay need some chips, call
> all three are surface mount... if anyone wants to play, they
> all so the same, just different sizes.
> they run from -40 deg celcius to 85 degrees celcius.max..
> ambient (best) is 25 degrees
> at max heat, the speed is reduced approx 20%, effectivly
> bringing that bridge do a 100 MHZ machine.. 50 degreees celcius
> appears to be the top of the smooth running area performance of
> that chip in particular, ass well as many of the others on board
> are rated for running good between 15 and 45 degrees celcius...
> i do not know how hot that is, it is off the sp