Anyone know what an AM000076 (Dip 18) is?

Bob Smith bobsmithofd at
Mon Jun 1 13:34:09 CDT 2020


Abstract: AM27S28 Am27S28/27S29
Text: Am27S28/ 27S29 4,096-Bit (5 1 2 x 8 ) Bipolar PROM Am27S28/
27S29 DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS · · · High Speed Highly reliable,
ultra-fast programming Platinum-Silicide fuses High programming yield
· · · Low-current PNP inputs High-current open-collector and
three-state outputs Fast chip select GENERAL DESCRIPTION The
Am27S28/29 (512-words by 8-bits) is a Schottky TTL Programmable
Read-Only Memory (PROM). This device is available in both open
collector (Am27S28) and three-state (Am27S29) output

On Sun, May 31, 2020 at 7:35 PM Ian Finder via cctalk
<cctalk at> wrote:
> Title says all,
> Backing up all the programmable parts in the Apollo DN100 and the CPU board
> has a few of these ceramic DIPs with the same Apollo P/N labels as the
> Am27S29 and similar programmable parts.
> Thanks

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