Odd Hp leds in dip package

Jon Elson elson at pico-systems.com
Wed Nov 21 10:42:45 CST 2018

On 11/21/2018 09:52 AM, devin davison via cctalk wrote:
> Hello. Encountered a couple odd parts in the pile today, not sure if they
> are anything special. Hp branded dip packages with gold leads. They appear
> to be leds in 4 grid patterns on the face. Im curious what they are out of,
> most likely an old hp computer or calculator.
> Part number on the back is hp5033592-101
> i could not find any information online about them. If they are of use to
> someone with a hp conputer let me know. If not im trying to find a
> datasheet and use them in a project.
> Pictures :
> https://i.postimg.cc/dtJTGZfm/2018-11-21-10-48-34.jpg
> https://i.postimg.cc/pL6hNGLq/2018-11-21-10-49-19.jpg
> https://i.postimg.cc/C1Nw054S/2018-11-21-10-50-37.jpg
These are complete dot-matrix alphanumeric displays, with 
the driver chips in the package.
The HP5033 is the base part number.  They are likely to be 
30+ years old, and documentation might be hard to come by.


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