old 14 pin ic chips

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  1. Jgilbert224

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    Apr 4, 2013
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    i have about 14 ic and can't find any info on them

    scl 4035 be
    A8629 862110


    GS 9417
    GD4001B


    MC14002BCL
    83 38

    SCL4008BE
    8416 834971


    SCL4011BE
    8501 844361A


    CD4012BE
    RCA 027

    MC14013BCP
    FFF9452


    CD4029BE
    H 9106

    MEV7400N
    9430

    SCL 4035BE
    A8629 862110

    SGS HCF4069UBE
    98341Y

    I8227
    MM74C86N
    CD4070BCN

    MC14543BCP
    FTW9452

    MC14027CP
    7437

    M8420LM
    3909N


    CAN ANY TELL WHERE TO FIND ANY INFO ON THESE
     
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  3. JohnInTX

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    And only ask for the first line, preferably without the suffix. The 2ed line is the date code only. For example,

    MC14002BCL - google MC14002 or MC14002B - the BCL is the rev/package/temperature etc.
    83 38 - this is the date code. Ignore that in your search.

    Asking the google for MC14002B finds this.
     
  4. MrChips

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    As far as I can see these are regular part numbers (shown in red) and datasheets should be readily available on the internet.
    (except the last one is not a 14-pin IC but a 20-pin DIP IC).

     
  5. vk6zgo

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    Ignore the prefixes,for instance, a SCL4011BE is the same as a 4011BE from Philips.
    Functionally,you would just look up 4011--the "BE" is to denote other characteristics,such as buffering,or whatever.
     
  6. absf

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    If it is "LM3909" then it is an 8 pin chip.
     
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