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74F04PC – Hex Inverter

Jeff K – JKDevices. Dataaheet had a summer job at Hazeltine, back in or so, consisting of electronics prototype assembly: I’ll make up a quick spreadsheet with part numbers and quantities as well as whatever descriptions I can find.

My brother-in-law was working on a job on the other side of town; he told me he had seen a bunch of computer junk next to a dumpster behind a taco shack I let it be known I’d be interested in anything interesting 74ff04pc got thrown away, and one day there were four large sized wire-wrap panels stuffed with series CMOS parts.

I can’t just throw them away, either!

I spent the last 4 hours going through and sorting all the ic’s I have yet to come across any treasures that good. I’ve already found a hand-made 10×16 3mm led matrix Read times previous topic – next topic.


I guess the best so far is the occasional hookup wire from a hamfest. What the heck do most of these do?!?

If so, what would they be useful for? Not too bad of a haul for free. Jeff K Full Member Posts: I don’t think I’ll ever run out of wire in my lifetime.

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A 74ff04pc of mine I’m in I. Well, I had to pay for it, but I’d say the best thing “given” to me was my Altair with more peripheral and memory cards than the bus could hold. I’m seriously overwhelmed I’m going to quickly go through and sort things out to get a solid inventory.

I still have those somewhere Yes, it was difficult to part with that hundred – I think I laughed all the way home. After doing a bit of research, I found that mine has the rarer toggle switches round handle instead of flat – IIRC, most were made with flat toggles ; that night, I posted about it on a small Altair list, and was immediately offered a considerable sum more than what I paid for it.

So will I actually be able to make use of the 74F’s?

I’m seriously giddy right now. Most people will practically give it away There’s only a few that I couldn’t find datasheets for, hopefully someone can help I’ve put the list here: I have a feeling I am going to need everyone’s help with the IC’s I will not respond to Arduino help PM’s from random forum users; if you have such a question, start a new topic thread.


74F04PC Fairchild 14P/DIP RoHS

I declined; I intend to someday restore it to museum display quality if I can. I only sorted individual tubes, so the spreadsheet has duplicates, but those will be moved around eventually. It needs a lot of TLC, though I have vatasheet to go through it will likely take a full weekendbut here’s a quick run down so far: A local company was abandoning their manufacturing location here and opened up their warehouse to the public to just haul stuff away for free.

I took as much as my conscience would allow I ended up taking them home, and booting up a 15 year old copy of Battletech I had for the Apple IIe – I had to use a small 5″ portable color TV for the monitor What other treasures have you guys and gals been given or found?

Most of it was random metal brackets, sheets of 74ff04pc, etc. We drove over there, and I managed to collect two Apple IIgs computers one missing its top covera couple of Apple floppy drives on 3.