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93C66B EEPROM and forgetful memory
93C66B EEPROM and forgetful memory
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Old 25th July 2006, 10:56 PM   #1
rtarbell is offline rtarbell  United States
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Default 93C66B EEPROM and forgetful memory

Our cash boxes at work use the 93C66B serial eeprom to hold their electronic id. The problem is, when we electrically connect and disconnect the cash boxes from their computers after many times, the eeproms keep getting a few of their memory locations changed, and if even one memory location is bad, the cah box won't work. Is there a more "robust" eeprom that is compatible with the 93C66B?
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Old 2nd November 2007, 12:17 AM   #2
prorms is offline prorms  United States
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i dont know for sure but i think its static electric thoes parts are very sentive
if you do change the part or find replacement those part are preprogram they software on
im just a hobbyist

more i read your question over its static electity
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