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S76O0A S76O1A Replacement

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Keep eyes open wide to the future release of this chip.
After discontinued Seiko S7600 chip, Mike Johnson thought it's nice to go further.

h**p://www.nchip.com/

Like Mike said:
Yes I decided to do the nChip by myself so that I wouldn't be restricted by the politics and unpredictibilty of a large company like so many of the japanese companys that we know and love.
 

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Is there a replacement for these Seik0 TCPIP
chips?

I need PAP + TCP/IP solution for 8 bit microcontroller
to connect to internet (dial up ISP)
 

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is CO561 active product? what is the approximately price of it for 150 chips?

Where can I buy it?
Is there a document for protocol, registers, commands etc? An application note would be very helpful...
 

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Yes is active, it has even an update CO661AL-S

You can buy from one of distributors
Budgetary Price : 100 - 999 = $37.50 at www.arrow.com for item: CO561AD-S/20PC-5 50-3150-01
or direct from connectone, send them an email info@connectone.com

go to https://www.connectone.com/html/support.htm
You can find everything that concerning you: firmware, manuals, source codes, engineering notes, AT+i protocol.

https://www.connectone.com/ManualFiles/AT+i Programmers Manual Ver 7_2b.zip
https://www.connectone.com/ManualFiles/iChipConfig Utility User Manual 2_2_22.zip
https://www.connectone.com/RefDesignFiles/Internet Modem Using CO561AD-S Ref Design.pdf
sources and code:
https://www.connectone.com/SCodeFiles/iChip Templates Sources Demo MVC.zip
http://www.connectone.com/SCodeFiles/iChip%20Templat%20Sources%20and%20Demo%20Apps%203_00b(1).zip
You must register to get windows utility for evaluating iChip functionality.
 

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I think $37.5 is too expensive. I can implement our prototype with this but I don't suppose we could go to mass production with this price.

I could not understand why S760x became obsolete. :-( :-(

I think there must be a cost effective solution. I'll keep looking for alternatives.
 

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