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Well the world is running out of these and I need to find some before they are gone forever.  Does anyone have some that I could purchase?

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Frank
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What's special about this eeprom (compared to 24LC512, for example)? (I could not find any references out there).

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Huh.  Never heard of that particular part number.  How does it compare with a 29F512, which seems to be more common "over here" (and still pretty widely available)?

(This is a parallel flash/eeprom chip.  (probably) a 28pin wide DIP package with 16 address lines, 8 data lines, and 64k*8 organization.  Compatible with older UVEPROM chips. (this is true of 29F512; less sure about this "fs" part.)
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I goofed that part number.  It is really 27FS512.  Here is the spec sheet: http://www.sst.com/downloads/datasheet/S71152.pdf

We use them in our cars. A lot of the older ECU's use these and we use them for programming.  There are some on E-Bay.  I may try talking the guy down on the price a little and buying a bunch.

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Frank
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