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westfw

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I got an STM32F4 discovery board from TI

That seems somewhat unlikely...  :-)

cyclegadget


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I got an STM32F4 discovery board from TI

That seems somewhat unlikely...  :-)



Oops that made me laugh :-). I went back and corrected it to ST www.st.com.  I had second thoughts when I was writing that line, good catch!

cyclegadget


Repost to the thread where I plan to keep my sample info in:



I got my EEprom From Renesas today! That was quick! "About a day or two."

3 piece HN58X25256FPI#SO

IC EEPROM 256K 5MHZ 8SOP

Now I need a way to solder it down!

JoeN

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Oct 19, 2012, 05:29 am Last Edit: Oct 19, 2012, 05:32 am by JoeN Reason: 1


Repost to the thread where I plan to keep my sample info in:



I got my EEprom From Renesas today! That was quick! "About a day or two."

3 piece HN58X25256FPI#SO

IC EEPROM 256K 5MHZ 8SOP

Now I need a way to solder it down!


Datasheet says 8SOP version is 1.27mm.  Does that look right?  That's a big pitch for a modern chip.  But if it is, you want an adapter like this and 2x 4 pin headers:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/10PCS-SOP8-DIP8-adapter-PCB-converter-0-65mm-1-27mm-/140866822761

http://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/Renesas/HN58X25128I_256I.pdf

That is big enough you could probably just solder wires onto those pins directly.
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cyberteque

I got one of these
http://coridium.us/

In 8 days!!!

It's seems pretty cool so far.

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