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The SR015 is a dual NOR gate manufactured with resistor transistor logic. The chip features 2 independent power supply rails and can tolerate voltages upwards of 7 volts.
 
The SR015 is a dual NOR gate manufactured with resistor transistor logic. The chip features 2 independent power supply rails and can tolerate voltages upwards of 7 volts.
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I have featured these in [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcP0bCz4wvM|a video on my YouTube channel].
 
[[File:SR015.jpg|thumb|500px|This chip is dated 24th week of 1966]]
 
[[File:SR015.jpg|thumb|500px|This chip is dated 24th week of 1966]]
 
[[File:SR015(1280)trim.png|thumb|500px|Schematic and pinout diagram]]
 
[[File:SR015(1280)trim.png|thumb|500px|Schematic and pinout diagram]]

Latest revision as of 12:51, 16 June 2015

The SR015 is an early integrated circuit made by Sperry Semiconductor. The devices were manufactured around 1966, and are packaged in a 9-pin flat-pack plastic package with gold-plated leads. The device was marketed with the name "MicroNet", a term for integrated circuit before that name was settled on.

The SR015 is a dual NOR gate manufactured with resistor transistor logic. The chip features 2 independent power supply rails and can tolerate voltages upwards of 7 volts. I have featured these in video on my YouTube channel.

This chip is dated 24th week of 1966
Schematic and pinout diagram