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  1. Closed: Re: Desperate for help (computer fan control) or this could cost huge $$$

    Hi, I am aware of the specifications for the pinouts of fans what I don't know is how to read the Signal from the motherboard that tells the fan what to do, I have no idea what the signal looks like...
  2. Closed: Re: Desperate for help (computer fan control) or this could cost huge $$$

    All I need to know in this instance is what the motherboard is feeding out to the fan as a measurement and what the fan is reporting as it's speed as a measurement, that is all, once I know that I am...
  3. Closed: Re: Desperate for help or this could cost me a huge amount of $$$

    Well it while it solves the problem, it doesn't point in any way to what the problem is which is what I am trying to figure out.
  4. Closed: Desperate for help (computer fan control) or this could cost huge $$$

    I am in desperate need of help, I have an extremely expensive motherboard and CPU, I think there may be a fault in the systems bios that has not been fixed yet but I think it may have already killed...
  5. Closed: Re: Single nibble Binary to Hexadecimal 7 Segment decoder for making your own CPLD

    And I think that this - rev 4 will be the final version unless someone else can see some circuitry that is doubled up.

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    There may be one or possibly even two replicated circuits in there...
  6. Closed: Re: Single nibble Binary to Hexadecimal 7 Segment decoder for making your own CPLD

    Here is a reduced logic count version for anyone who is following this.

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  7. Closed: Single nibble Binary to Hexadecimal 7 Segment decoder for making your own CPLD

    I have loads of 9572XL's and have been needing a Binary to Hexadecimal 7 Segment decoder. There used to be loads of these devices but now they are like hens teeth, I haven't yet tried this out in one...
  8. [General]Closed: Re: Possibly complex question as I don't yet have a full understanding of these devic

    Hi Klaus, I can provide a schematic for all of what I am talking about barring the micro but as I don't know which micro has the correct number of pins for what I am wanting to do I would just have...
  9. [General]Closed: Possibly complex question as I don't yet have a full understanding of these devices.

    Possibly complex question from someone who still does not have a full understanding of AVR/Pic pin name definitions.

    I have managed to figure out that PIC's etc have ports A,B,C etc and that those...
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    Closed: Re: Can anyone help me identify this IC?

    It is entirely possible it is static ram. I have two other sets of 24 pin wide body IC's - with completely different numbering which are Async CMOS 2048W x 8 Bit Static Ram, I may have to do some...
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    Closed: Re: Can anyone help me identify this IC?

    It's not in anything at the moment, I have some tubes of them and that's all I know other than they are 24 pin widebody dip.
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    Closed: Re: Can anyone help me identify this IC?

    Thanks I'll have a look, I have a few tubes of these that were given to me and I could not find a manufacturer with H barring hitachi which has been brought by renasys. ( however that name is spelt -...
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    Closed: Can anyone help me identify this IC?

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    It's a 24 Pin wider body DIP, I thought it might be by Hitachi but then realized this an H is not their symbol.

    I'm trying to figure out who it's manufacturer is as well as it's purpose....
  14. Closed: Help needed ppwith LED's from somone with a very simplistic knowledge of electronics.

    I am a tech support person - not someone with a lot of knowledge when it comes to electronics, I have been asked to hook up LED indicators that monitor the Raid Controller on a companies LSI-9361-8i...
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