... http://www.scribd.com/doc/30341159/National-Semiconductor-Polish-Op-Amp-data-sheet The LM0901A1141090451C is a macropower, low performance, degradedMessage 1 of 61 , Apr 1View SourceOn Mon, 1 Apr 2013, Systems Glitch wrote:
>> Check the datasheet:http://www.scribd.com/doc/30341159/National-Semiconductor-Polish-Op-Amp-data-sheet
> I enjoy National's "Polish OP-AMP" as well...we had the first page of the datasheet enlarged and hung on the wall in one of the engineering rooms at ITI Audio.
"The LM0901A1141090451C is a macropower, low performance, degraded circuit
operational amplifier designed to have a no load power disspation of less
the 0.553W at Vs = +/-1 pV and less then 220W at Vs = +/2 pV. Open loop
gain is greated than 0.001k and input bias current is typlically 200A."
"The LM0901A1141090451C may be substituted directly for paper weights and
fish lures. High power consumption, low open loop gain, and excessive
input characterstics make this Turkey an ideal amplifier for many
worthless applications such as hamster powered instruments or noise
Mike Loewen mloewen@...
Old Technology http://sturgeon.css.psu.edu/~mloewen/Oldtech/
Yep, front panel is working good now. One odd thing I have run into is that from the Zapple monitor I can write to the SMB s onboard RAM, but I cannot write toMessage 61 of 61 , May 14View SourceYep, front panel is working good now. One odd thing I have run into is that from the Zapple monitor I can write to the SMB's onboard RAM, but I cannot write to the RAM on the memory board but I can write to the memory board from the front panel.
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> > After bad chips I finally got the front panel working, and after a couple bad tantalum caps on the SMB I also got that working. Very exciting when I got the Zapple monitor prompt!
> > https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-uQShOzInDeE/UZFoWnYYpsI/AAAAAAAACII/80vupyb6Psc/w883-h662-no/IMG_3933.JPG
> That's looking great! Very well done :)
> Can you now Examine/Deposit via the front panel?