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Old 20th June 2012, 11:55 AM   #1
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Default SSM2402 and SSM2404 analog switches

Hi there. Here are some new left over chips for source switching. They were used in SSL9000's amongst others.

I have 2 pairs of SSM2402 and 5 pieces SSM2404 all of the same date code. The SSM2404 have slightly bent pins which don't mean no harm but I have to tell. I aligned them.

The whole lot for 30 Euro ex shipping ?
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