Looking for Datasheet for Motorola IC

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by bwilliams60, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. bwilliams60

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    Nov 18, 2012
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    Good Evening,

    Looking for a datasheet for a Motorola IC Part # SC38G018CE04
    If anyone has this or can point me in the direction, much appreciated. It is out of an Automotive ECM. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. phranzdan

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    You may have a problem tracking this down. In many cases, especially automotive, the customer will request a special test spec designed to meet his needs. The manufacturer will screen product to the customers specification. The product as a special selection receives a number different from the normal number associated with that product line called a "House Number" In most cases, sites such as All Data do not have this information available. Hope this helps.
     
  3. Raymond Genovese

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    I usually like these kinds of puzzles, but I tell you, if @bertus has not found it, it 'aint' looking good.

    Naturally, I did what I know you already did - some simple searches. Then I went to archive.org and checked a few data books, but not too thoroughly.

    This might be of some help...I backed off a bit on the part number, because sometimes those are coded.

    I found this link that *might* suggest that it is a plcc of some kind.

    That's all I got :)
    Edited to add: I specifically mean the SC38G018PR01 with the shot-in-the-dark idea that CE04 and PRO1 suffix are a designation of the base part.
     
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  4. bwilliams60

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    Thank you for your replies. Thats kind of what I thought. I was hoping I was wrong but it seems like a lot of automotive electronics comes up with dead ends when it comes to IC's. Frustrating when you are trying to figure out how something works.
     
  5. crutschow

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    Generally the auto manufacturer doesn't want you to know how it works. :rolleyes:
     
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