A 3020 IC ???

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  1. KMoffett

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    I have several 8-pin DIP IC's, new in a tube, that have no idea what they are. The label is "A 3020" and looks like they were manufactured 48th week of 2006. Anyone?

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  3. KMoffett

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    No banana. :( That's a 12-pin metal can.

    But thanks.

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  4. mik3

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    I am sorry, I didn't notice that :rolleyes: I can't find a datasheet for it.
     
  5. RiJoRI

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    Isn't that backwards UR Fairchild Semi's symbol??

    Note that it MAY be a special build for a company. We have a number of 8051-family chips that just have N#### on them. (The # symbol meaning a digit.)

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  6. KMoffett

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    I'm cleaning up the shop, and they were in a box of ordered parts that never got cataloged and put away, so I must have ordered them some time since late 2006.

    Getting old is not for sissy's. :(

    The backwards UR symbol is Underwriters Laboratories mark.



    Ken
     
  7. Dave

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    Ken,

    DSA pulls up a variety of ICs denoted A302x from a range of manufacturers for a range of differing applications: http://datasheets.org.uk/A302-datasheet.html

    Some of these don't have datasheets to have a look at, sadly, but you may be able to go to the manufacturers website and see if they have a local copy.

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