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1998\02\26@174121 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Hi friends,

       Does someone know this old chip Microcontroller, developted by
Hitachi, or someone that sells discontinued chips, that may have it?

       Miguel.

1998\02\26@213219 by ogerio Odriozola

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Try http://www.drcomponents.com/stockcheck.html , they list 3 parts left in
inventory.
But the one time I got a quotation from them for another part the price was
steep.

Rogerio





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Hi friends,
       Does someone know this old chip Microcontroller, developted by
Hitachi, or someone that sells discontinued chips, that may have it?
       Miguel.

1998\02\27@142926 by Bob Shaver

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This sounds like the Hitachi clone/enhancement of the Motorola 68701, which
is an EPROM-base version of the 6801.  It is an old 8-bit microcontroller
with 4 general purpose 8-bit I/O ports, a UART, some timers, etc.  I do not
know who might still sell this.  I know that Motorola and Hitachi had a
parting-of-the-ways about 10 years ago and stopped cross-licensing stuff
(this was when the 68000/68010 was the hot chip).

On Thursday, February 26, 1998 9:46 PM, WF AUTOMACAO
[SMTP:.....wfKILLspamspam.....AMBIENTE.COM.BR] wrote:
> Hi friends,
>
>         Does someone know this old chip Microcontroller, developted by
> Hitachi, or someone that sells discontinued chips, that may have it?
>
>         Miguel.

1998\02\27@160034 by WF AUTOMACAO

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Bob Shaver wrote:
>
> This sounds like the Hitachi clone/enhancement of the Motorola 68701, which
> is an EPROM-base version of the 6801.  It is an old 8-bit microcontroller
> with 4 general purpose 8-bit I/O ports, a UART, some timers, etc.  I do not
> know who might still sell this.  I know that Motorola and Hitachi had a
> parting-of-the-ways about 10 years ago and stopped cross-licensing stuff
> (this was when the 68000/68010 was the hot chip).
>

Yo're correct Bob!

I found who sells this componenent!

Thanks about this information.

Miguel.

1998\02\27@172154 by Morgan Olsson

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At 14:27 1998-02-27 -0500, you wrote:
>This sounds like the Hitachi clone/enhancement of the Motorola 68701, which
>is an EPROM-base version of the 6801.  It is an old 8-bit microcontroller
>with 4 general purpose 8-bit I/O ports, a UART, some timers, etc.  I do not
>know who might still sell this.  I know that Motorola and Hitachi had a
>parting-of-the-ways about 10 years ago and stopped cross-licensing stuff
>(this was when the 68000/68010 was the hot chip).
>
I«ve got a few 6803 somewhere.
It need external ROM. Therefor also lesser I/O.
ELse probably compatible?
/Morgan
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