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 - M27C512-12F1 - EPROM;  64 KB X 8;  5V;  120;  FDIP28W;  2 V(MIN.);  -0.3 V (MIN.);  11.5 V (MIN.);  0 View larger image View larger image
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EPROM; 64 KB X 8; 5V; 120; FDIP28W; 2 V(MIN.); -0.3 V (MIN.); 11.5 V (MIN.); 0
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Capacitance, Input: 6 pF
Capacitance, Output: 12 pF
Current, Input, Leakage: ±10 μA (Read)
Current, Operating: 30 mA (Read)
Current, Output, Leakage: ±10 μA (Read)
Current, Supply: 30 mA
Density: 512K
Dimensions: 37.34 x 13.36 x 4.57 mm
Height: 0.18" (4.57mm)
In System Programmability: External
Interface: Parallel Bus
Length: 1.47" (37.34mm)
Memory Capacity: 512 kbit
Memory Type: EPROM
Mounting Type: Through Hole
Number of Bits per Word: 8 bit
Number of Pins: 28
Operating Voltage Range: Maximum of 5 V ±10%
Organization: 64K x 8
Package Type: FDIP 28W
Reprogramming Technique: OTP, UV
Supply Voltage: 5 V
Temperature, Operating: 0 to +70 °C
Temperature, Operating, Maximum: +70 °C
Temperature, Operating, Minimum: 0 °C
Temperature, Operating, Range: 0 to +70 °C
Time, Access: 45 ns
Time, Fall: ≤20 ns
Time, Rise: ≤20 ns
Voltage, Programmable: 12.75 V ± 0.25 V
Width: 0.526" (13.36mm)


EPROM, 64 Kb x 8 Memory, Supply Voltage 5 V, 11.5 V (Min.) Programmable Voltage
  • Access time is 45ns
  • Low power CMOS consumption
  • Programming time of around 6 sec
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    EPROM offered in the two ranges UV (ultra violet erase) and OTP (one time programmable). Ideally suited for applications where fast turn-around and pattern experimentation are important requirements and organized as 65536 by 8 bits. The transparent lid which allows the user to expose the chip to ultraviolet light to erase the bit pattern. A new pattern can then be written to the device by following the programming procedure.