Chip identification TI ID-699

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  1. Toluol

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    Hello,

    unfortunately the sources especially for TI analogue chips of the late 70's/early 80's are very limited.
    Perhaps i find some informaton here?!

    I have some chips of the type TI ID-699 produced in 1983. What could this be? Any hints are appreciated! (I have include a photo)
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    Andreas
     
  2. blueroomelectronics

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    What's it out of?
     
  3. retched

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    That is a Beautiful photo! Lighting, background... Beautiful! And I haven't even started drinking.
     
  4. blueroomelectronics

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    It was a stray IC lost in the woodgrain sea.
     
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  6. retched

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    They may hire you to photograph their IC line ;)
     
  7. thatoneguy

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    I agree, the image is awesome. Would like info from OP on what method he used for macro and lighting. :D
     
  8. Toluol

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    Good afternoon,

    i was thinking a while about the meaning of the responses :)

    The photo is nothing special. It was made straight from my camera without any further efforts.
    Thanks for the hint to contact the TI support. But do you really think they would give an answer to someone who is asking for an 27 year old chip?


    Andreas
     
  9. thatoneguy

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    Yes, they will identify it and probably give you a datasheet. They are fairly helpful. They may try to sell you their new uC dev board for $10 in the email too. :)

    The rest of the responses are glowing reviews of the very good photo (seriously)!
     
  10. blueroomelectronics

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    What's it out of?
     
  11. Toluol

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    It is a standard plastic DIP-16
     
  12. Kermit2

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    I think the question is: What equipment used that chip in its circuitry?
     
  13. Toluol

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    Oh, i think should take some english lessons :) Thanks for clarifying!

    The chip was not in a circuit. It is NOS :) from a "wonder bag"

    Sometimes you find in there real trash like Asic's. Sometimes real gems like the legendary SN76477.

    Si it might be a custom IC but i would like to know that.
     
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