Motorola MCM68766C35 EPROM IC Commodore For Sale

Motorola MCM68766C35 EPROM IC Commodore


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Motorola MCM68766C35 EPROM IC Commodore:
$35

Blank check tested, guaranteed working original genuine Moto EPROM pulls from working vintage 80s equipment. Each 8KB IC has been de-labeled and UV erased.A 24 pin for pin drop in replacement for the MOS 2364 mask ROM chip used in all early Commodore computing products. Why screw around with adapters and alter your original factory look. Program this guy and drop it right in the original socket or component solder area on the board. The Motorola 68766 is pin compatible with the MCM68764 EPROM, and MCM68365 and MCM68366 mask ROMs as well. Would replace MOS 2364 mask ROMs from Commodore 64, SX-64, VIC-20, P500, B128, CBM 128-80, CBM 256-80, 1540, 1541, SFD-1001, 8250LP, 2031, 2031LP.The difference between the 68766 and 68764 is only on pin 20, on the 68764 it is used as a sleep/standby mode whereas the 68766 exactly emulates the 2364 ROM without this feature and is the more desireable for a Commodore repair application.Each has been blank checked before shipment.1986 date coded.


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