[time-nuts] RE Subs for 74AC175 DIP in PIC-TIC
va2hdd at aei.ca
Thu Dec 29 15:35:18 EST 2011
I have three 74ACT175 if that can be usefull.
If you want them, just email me your postal address off-list, you will
only have to paypal me the shipping charge.
>> I located a supply of 74AC175PC for $2 USD at qty 100. I still need 2 of
>> them to finish off all of my PICTIC II's (I have 3 completed). Are there
>> still some available from people willing to part with some? or is there
>> enough interest in that I could distribute enough of them to list members
>> at cost to make an order worth while?
>> On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:37 AM, Attila Kinali<attila at kinali.ch> wrote:
>>> On Mon, 12 Dec 2011 09:42:14 -0800
>>> Chris Albertson<albertson.chris at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Thanks. The findchips.com suggestion was good. Seems the "74AC"
>>>> part really is not available but there is a "CD74ACxxx" part that
>>>> looks good.
>>> The CD at the front just means it's from TI instead someone else.
>>> The parts are the same.
>>>> The problem is, the PCB is already made so it is hard to adapt the
>>>> design to other parts. If I were designing from scratch I'd only
>>>> select parts that were stocked in high volume by most distributers
>>> Not really. Using SMD parts instead of DIL is easy to do. They have
>>> the same pinout, just half the size. So a little bit of glue, a few
>>> wires and a steady hand are all that is needed to fit one of those in.
>>> Alternatively, there are break out boards from SOP/SSOP/SOIC to DIL
>>> (but they cost more than it's worth)
>>> Attila Kinali
>>> Why does it take years to find the answers to
>>> the questions one should have asked long ago?
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>> Eric Garner
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