- Joined Apr 11, 2010
It well might be an NE558 or NE556.Hi,
Seems that you were cleaning a great place. The book is related to 555 timer but circuit on the breadboard in the cover page has long DIP IC, double long than 8 pin DIP. Is that a classic version of 555?
All 36 books? Wow!I've got the entire collection... would you like to see it?
36 is (according to one source) the number of books that Radio Shack commissioned him to write. I don't know how many of those were "officially" these "Engineer's Mini-Notebook"s. I'm pretty sure there were at least a few that were written in the same style but not part of that set.36!!!???? EEEEEkkk!.... my bad then... I must have around 20 or 22... I gotta go find them and then I'll get back with a list, and maybe some pics...
This one is at our library. Same author, very different subject!
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