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Subject: Re: Unknown IC
From: "Erich Kern" ekern@.........
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2000 12:18:32 -0700

I agree with Brett that 8112 is the date code, 12th week of 1981. Sounds like
it's an OP-27 low noise op-amp. PMI is Precision Monolithics Inc.which no
longer exists, but the OP-27 is made by Texas Instruments and Analog Devices. I
got some from the Jameco catalog.
Erich Kern

-----Original Message-----
From: Dick Webb 
To: psn-l@.............. 
Date: Sunday, June 25, 2000 10:53 AM
Subject: Re: Unknown IC

Reading the chip a little more diligently I find that it says:

27   FZ

Does that help anyone with ideas?


At 01:18 PM 06/25/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>At 12:04 PM 6/25/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>>I recently obtained an amplifier board that has an IC on it that I can't
>>identify.  It is hard to read but seems to say that it comes from SMI and
>>has the number 8112.  It is from the early 80's.  Do any of you know what
>>it is, what it's voltage requirements are and it's pin configuration.
>Is it possible there are other numbers on it?  There's a good chance that
>8112 means the 12th week of 1981, which is not out of line with your
>"early 80's".
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