The data, including an internal schematic for those chips is readily available on the net - just do a Google on the part number and you'll be able to pull down a PDF with enough data to build them from discrete devices. You could even make a small PC board which could mount side-on in the space the original chip occupied relatively easily. Tony
"Can anyone figure out...?" Yep, probably so. But, if we can get them here for $4 a pop, sure will save a lot of time and hassle.
Done there, been that
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posted 09/20/05 09:48 AM
I've handed over the info to Steve and he is going to acquire the parts. I just dont have the cash to tie up right now for a bulk order. We all should jump on this and order a few. For less than 4 dollars its alot easier to just solder in a new part than figure out how to build one and deal with possible noise issues created by building them discretely.
Steve, can you hold off on the order? I have another guy that is offering me some, and I should be able to do better on the price. I always offered to buy only 20-30 pieces, and he never wanted to bother for that quantity.
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I know it's a foreign idea for most of us here, but you might want to try taking the car off jackstands. -mitsuturbo
Edited by steveVR4 (09/21/05 01:43 PM)
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