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Texas Instrument R52307FN

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Chippie

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Have you tried searching on Texas's website?

That's what I'd do if I wasnt lazy......
 

dimas_lilik

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Mr. Chippie.
Have you tried searching on Texas's website?

That's what I'd do if I wasnt lazy......


I try searching on Texas's website, but I didn't find this datasheet
Did you find this?
Pls
 

Mike_2545

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Does not seem to be a product matching your numbers, are you sure you got them right?
 

mvs sarma

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It appears to be TI chip as it was indicated in one PCN copy attached. However datasheet could not be searched. May be special item not for civilian applications.

(it was indicated on page 5 first column almost 6th or 7th from bottom) I only wonder why the OP would research with such odd chip.
 

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