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  • shutchman3
    Have you installed the E28F400B5B-80 yet?
    Message 1 of 31 , Apr 4, 2013
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      Have you installed the E28F400B5B-80 yet?

      --- In sparetimegizmos@yahoogroups.com, Seth Morabito <lists@...> wrote:
      >
      > * On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 08:44:49PM -0400, Hutch <shutchman@...> wrote:
      > > Will Intel E28F400B5B-80 48pin TSSOP work?
      >
      > I'll let you know in a few days - I just ordered some of that exact
      > part, they should be here soon. The datasheet says they're 5V parts, and
      > the correct package and pinout. Crossing my fingers...
      >
      > -Seth
      >
    • Dave McGuire
      Nope, that never materialized. That was years ago, when I was paralyzed by lack of work in FL. Now I m paralyzed due to TOO MUCH work in PA. ;) -Dave ... --
      Message 31 of 31 , Apr 22, 2013
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        Nope, that never materialized. That was years ago, when I was paralyzed by
        lack of work in FL. Now I'm paralyzed due to TOO MUCH work in PA. ;)

        -Dave

        On 04/22/2013 08:02 PM, shutchman3 wrote:
        > Dave,
        > did you ever make your "portable" FP?
        >
        > Searching on FP6120 gerber, I found
        >
        >>> Re: [sparetimegizmos] Re: The SBC6120 Front Panels are ready for sale!
        >
        >>> Kevin Schoedel wrote:
        >>> Well, I'm going to go ahead and make an attempt at building my own front
        >>> panel. It won't look very much like a real PDP-8, since I'll probably just
        >>> use common toggle switches, laser-printed panel labels, etc., but it should
        >>> be fun. Bob has already done the hard work with the design and GALs. I'll
        >>> let the list know how it goes (it won't be done right away, or fast).
        >
        >> I'm considering doing the same thing, but on a very small scale. I
        > t>hink it'd be nice to have a very portable PDP-8, but still have the
        >> functionality (and coolness) of a front panel.
        >
        >> I am a fan of those cast aluminum project boxes...I'm thinking of
        >> using one of those. I've not looked into the FP6120 design, but I'm
        >> guessing it'd be pretty easy to condense down into a CPLD.
        >
        >> -Dave
        >
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        >> Dave McGuire
        >> Cape Coral, FL
        >
        >>
        >> --
        >> Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
        >> New Kensington, PA
        >>
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        Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
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