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Subject: What is a TCI V6 u48 ?

Date: 07/25/03 at 1:25 PM
Posted by: Pieter Hoeben
E-mail: pieter[AT55]hoeben.com (replace [AT55] with @ to reply)
Message Posted:

Hi, does anybaody know what this part is? It is a wide PDIP24. The text on the device:
TCI V6 u48
(c)1980 TCI
(M) 8048
The (M) looks like the Motorola sign (except Motorola always plcaed that in the upper left corner) and the TM is half a line above "TCI V6", probably meaning 'trademark'. As it is only a dip 24, it is not the 8048 processor.

Kind regards,

Pieter Hoeben

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