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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2020, 12:26 
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laurie54 wrote:
The TP2308 is available from LCSC ELECTRONICS in single lot quantity for $0.19 ea. That is a SOIC-8 package. They have 82 in stock and will ship via regular mail. I am in Canada and it takes about a week to get here.


Thank you for the response, Laurie. Much appreciated! Unfortunately, I need the DIP-8 and would rather not use an adapter board. I could swear I had a couple around somewhere. Guess I just need to dig deeper in my parts boxes.


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[/quote]I have found them on eBay but like 25 of them not singles. I can’t make any other suggestions.[/quote]
Thank you for the reply, Mark.


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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2020, 12:34 
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You are quite welcome e_phil_b. If anyone is wondering I got the LCSC Electronics connection threw EasyEDA. EasyEDA is a free PCB program which took all of 2 hours to learn. I have made 4 purchases of PCB's from them. The orders were for 5 and 10 boards ranging from 1/4" x 1 1/4" to 3.5" x 5". The most expensive order came to $18.98 Canadian and includes the cost of the boards, shipping, duty and handling for a 2 layer brd with plate-threw holes, conformal coating, solder mask, and high rez silk screening. Can't beat that price anywhere from anybody. I have/do make my own boards at times but can not achieve anywhere near the resolution for SSOP, SOIC, and 0402 parts. Draw the sch, convert to PCB, shape the board and lay in the parts. It also includes a sim package but I have not used it as I breadboard first and know the results before hand. The reason I started using this package was after trying to solder a QFN package to a "non solder masked" board. LOL never again! Without the mask holding the solder in the pad area it just will not bubble-up and reach the pins. Grrrrrr

I have used 6 different PCB draw packages (including OR-CAD and KI-CAD) and have abandoned them all for this one. It works. Anyways there you go. That is my 2bits.
P.S. I do not work for the Co. nor do I have any association with them other than to use their drawing package. Thought I should mention that just in case anyone was wondering.


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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2020, 17:04 
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laurie54 wrote:
You are quite welcome e_phil_b. If anyone is wondering I got the LCSC Electronics connection threw EasyEDA. EasyEDA is a free PCB program which took all of 2 hours to learn. I have made 4 purchases of PCB's from them. The orders were for 5 and 10 boards ranging from 1/4" x 1 1/4" to 3.5" x 5". The most expensive order came to $18.98 Canadian and includes the cost of the boards, shipping, duty and handling for a 2 layer brd with plate-threw holes, conformal coating, solder mask, and high rez silk screening. Can't beat that price anywhere from anybody. I have/do make my own boards at times but can not achieve anywhere near the resolution for SSOP, SOIC, and 0402 parts. Draw the sch, convert to PCB, shape the board and lay in the parts. It also includes a sim package but I have not used it as I breadboard first and know the results before hand. The reason I started using this package was after trying to solder a QFN package to a "non solder masked" board. LOL never again! Without the mask holding the solder in the pad area it just will not bubble-up and reach the pins. Grrrrrr

I have used 6 different PCB draw packages (including OR-CAD and KI-CAD) and have abandoned them all for this one. It works. Anyways there you go. That is my 2bits.
P.S. I do not work for the Co. nor do I have any association with them other than to use their drawing package. Thought I should mention that just in case anyone was wondering.

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