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Can I use two 5101 NVRAMs on a MPU200?


By oldschoolbob

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

I'm working on a Flight 2000 MPU200. I'm only getting two flashes. I suspect one of the 5101's is bad (U8 or U13). I have several 5101's but I can't find two that match. I also have some new 5101 NVRAMs. Can I replace the 5101's (U8 and U13) with two new 5101 NVRAMs?

The board was repaired a few years ago. The corrosion was cleaned off and a remote battery was installed. So I'm pretty sure the board is fine.

Thanks

Bob

#3 1 year ago

Thanks Ace.

Works fine now AND I can get rid of the remote battery.

Win - win

Bob

#5 1 year ago

Thanks Cheddar, I knew those were available but I didn't have any here. I don't see many MPU200's but I think it would be a good idea to have one of those dual NVRAMs in stock.

Bob

#7 1 year ago

Thanks Ace. That's good to remember. I always have trouble removing and inserting IC's anyway.

Plus I often wondered if the sockets were a bit off it would be a nightmare inserting a double.

Something to consider.

Bob

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