Yorktown Arcade Supply

6821 Peripheral Interface Adapter PIA IC - Working Pulls


Item description

6821 Peripheral Interface Adapter (PIA) IC's. Found on many pinball and arcade machine circuit boards. These chips are refurbished "pulls" (meaning a working chip that was pulled from a circuit board and cleaned) from electronics recyclers; these are NOT New Old Stock chips; consider them "used". All chips are tested before I purchase them and then tested again via a Neoloch Inquisitor PIA tester before being packaged and shipped to you. Chips will be shipped in anti-static foam and bag or IC tube depending on quantity ordered. Brand will vary as we restock. Any questions, please feel free to ask. Thank you.



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