Signetics N8251 source?
kwwacker at ptd.net
Sun Jul 24 18:40:12 CDT 2016
I have looked at the pinout, it is different, but you can use a method
to wire the 7442 in place of the n8251.
I've attached the spec sheet for the n8251 to this email.
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> By the description, it is a 1 of 10 decoder chip.
> Have you looked to see if it pinout compatable
> with a 7442?
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>> After successfully repairing the G231 module of the MM11-L set I
>> with the next one. This one was not able to access addresses ending 0100
>> (binary). Luckily it was not the transistors arrays that were bad but the
>> selector chip. A Signetics N8251 chip.
>> I found a source on ebay at $4.95 each plus $13 shipping. A little bit to
>> much for my taste (although I could make an offer)
>> Anyone know of a cheaper source? I could use five or ten maybe.
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