I saw you post 12-17-02 about Intel 1602

From: Dwight K. Elvey <dwightk.elvey_at_amd.com>
Date: Wed Feb 5 11:44:00 2003

>From: "Alex Welti" <lxwelti_at_comcast.net>
>I have been handed down a room full of electronics - my
>brother-in-law's father passed away - and I am the nearest relative who
>has a career in electronics, so... I am spending my evenings going
>through and identifing parts, most of which I am familiar with and have
>datasheets on. However, I can't find anything on these i C8702A. A
>web search brought me to your posting. I am hoping you have a datasheet
>or know where I should go to find one.

Hi Alex
 8702A is mostly the same as a 1702A and can be programmed
with any programmer that supports 1702A. The only difference
is that I know of was that the threshold for data was
a slightly different voltage. The 8702A was designed to
tie directly to a 8080 or 8085 without additional buffering.
Otherwise, the 1702A spec will work. If y9ou want the
exact levels, I can look it up.
 Most current programmers do not support the 1702A's. You'll
need to find an old programmer someplace.
Received on Wed Feb 05 2003 - 11:44:00 GMT

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