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Kevin Glover
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Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:30 am   



I have benn trying to find a decent alternative to the LM566 VCO. It
does not seem to be sold anymore at reputable sellers and the ones on
EBay (from China) I don't trust to be authentic or unrecycled. Does
anyone know of a 8 to 16 pin alternative (just square and triangle
out) that won't break the bank.
Thanks
-Slackmeister

D. Aaron Sawyer
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Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:30 am   



On 2016.08.18 23:38, Kevin Glover wrote:
Quote:
I have benn trying to find a decent alternative to the LM566 VCO. It
does not seem to be sold anymore at reputable sellers and the ones on
EBay (from China) I don't trust to be authentic or unrecycled. Does
anyone know of a 8 to 16 pin alternative (just square and triangle
out) that won't break the bank.
Thanks
-Slackmeister


NTE994M VCO 8pin DIP

availability and price are beyond my knowledge.
DuckDuckGo search for more info...

Cheers!

Ralph Mowery
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Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:30 am   



In article <99scrb9bmh961edipcjknh2jfnb4a26a43_at_4ax.com>,
kevinfglover_at_yahoo.com says...
Quote:

I have benn trying to find a decent alternative to the LM566 VCO. It
does not seem to be sold anymore at reputable sellers and the ones on
EBay (from China) I don't trust to be authentic or unrecycled. Does
anyone know of a 8 to 16 pin alternative (just square and triangle
out) that won't break the bank.
Thanks
-Slackmeister


Look for a XR2206 or ICL8038. They are both old chips and may or may
not still be around.


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jeanyves
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Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:48 pm   



On 2016-08-19 02:38:56 +0000, Kevin Glover said:

Quote:
I have benn trying to find a decent alternative to the LM566 VCO. It
does not seem to be sold anymore at reputable sellers and the ones on
EBay (from China) I don't trust to be authentic or unrecycled. Does
anyone know of a 8 to 16 pin alternative (just square and triangle
out) that won't break the bank.
Thanks
-Slackmeister


may be you can search on octopus for dealers ?
https://octopart.com/search?q=lm566

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Michael A. Terrell
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Sun Aug 21, 2016 3:06 am   



jeanyves wrote:
Quote:
On 2016-08-19 02:38:56 +0000, Kevin Glover said:

I have benn trying to find a decent alternative to the LM566 VCO. It
does not seem to be sold anymore at reputable sellers and the ones on
EBay (from China) I don't trust to be authentic or unrecycled. Does
anyone know of a 8 to 16 pin alternative (just square and triangle
out) that won't break the bank.
Thanks
-Slackmeister

may be you can search on octopus for dealers ?
https://octopart.com/search?q=lm566


Isn't that the I.C. that was used to descramble TV back in the late
'70s? If so, it wasn't available from any know dealer by 1980.

David Snowdon
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Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:54 am   



Michael A. Terrell wrote:

Quote:


Isn't that the I.C. that was used to descramble TV back in the late
'70s? If so, it wasn't available from any know dealer by 1980.


That was the NE565 PLL. The LM566 is a 8-pin VCO with square-wave and
triangle-wave output.

David

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Michael A. Terrell
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Wed Aug 24, 2016 1:55 am   



David Snowdon wrote:
Quote:
Michael A. Terrell wrote:



Isn't that the I.C. that was used to descramble TV back in the late
'70s? If so, it wasn't available from any know dealer by 1980.

That was the NE565 PLL. The LM566 is a 8-pin VCO with square-wave and
triangle-wave output.



It was over 30 years ago that people were bugging me to find it for
them, so I wasn't sure. It wasn't advertised by any of the wholesalers I
used, so I told them to look for it, for themselves.

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