[time-nuts] STEL 1173 datasheet

Ed Palmer ed_palmer at sasktel.net
Wed May 7 14:33:42 EDT 2014


It's starting to add up, isn't it?  The only reason I'm considering it 
is because I was able to confirm that the Cs tube is alive.  If I can 
get it working for a couple of hundred dollars and some time I think 
it's a worthwhile project and as Bert Kehren mentioned, I'm not the only 
one with a dead 1173 chip so others might benefit.

Ed

On 5/7/2014 11:40 AM, paul swed wrote:
> Wow at $155 or $125 + $65 for a stel replacement chip.
> Like the concept they have of allowing you to rewire the pins and frankly
> it would appear the $125 is a cleaner fit if it can be offset in the CS ref.
> But hey its not my project so will watch from the side lines.
> Paul
> WB8TSL
>
>
> On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 1:06 PM, Robert LaJeunesse <rlajeunesse at sbcglobal.net
>> wrote:
>> The PLCC "plug" portion for an adapter can be had from at least one
>> manufacturer for $36 US:
>>
>> http://www.ironwoodelectronics.com/catalog/Content/Drawings/PL-PLCC044-S-01FDwg.pdf
>>
>>
>> Bob LaJeunesse
>>
>>> ________________________________
>>> From: Jason Rabel <jason at extremeoverclocking.com>
>>> To: time-nuts at febo.com
>>> Sent: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 12:52 PM
>>> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] STEL 1173 datasheet
>>>
>>>
>>> ...
>>>
>>> You can probably find the PLCC pin part and a DIP socket on like Mouser,
>> Digikey, or Allied... Then just spend a little time
>>> soldering wires to make an adapter... Or even order/make a custom
>> prototype board from those sites that will do one-off's?




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