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i can't find 24LS256 EEPROM datasheet

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karthigowri

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hi everybody ,i need help to find 24LS256 EEPROM datasheet.

i already search in google but there is no datasheet in that name.the google only shows 24LC256 IC's datasheet.but i need 24LS256.

anybody help me.:?::?::?:
 

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Are you sure 24LS256?
Not 24LC256?

What manufacturer? What package?. What marking?

Klaus
 

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I also have never heard of 24LS256 but maybe it's a code used by some small fabrication company. I would guess it would be the same specificaton as 24LC256 which is commonly available.

Are you sure it's an EEPROM? There is a 74LS256 but that's a TTL latch device.

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THats just an antique LS TTL version of the now CMOS version 24LC256

24LS meant LS memory in the 80's and I guess mine is still working.
 

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It should be 24LC256 and not 24LS256. From where you have find the part number?
 

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THats just an antique LS TTL version of the now CMOS version 24LC256
Interesting, I actually have a few of these in the parts bin. I always thought they were cheap Chinese knockoffs with a slight misspelling. I still occasionally see large lots of the 24LS256 offered for sale on the wholesale Chinese semiconductor marketplaces.

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I think an 'LS' (= bipolar Low power Shottky) version of such a dense memory is unlikely but smaller manufacturers often change the letters to 'customize' a standard part so it sound like their proprietary design. I would guess the 'LC' data sheet covered this device.

Brian.
 

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