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Ok I have a at90s2313-10pc chip on a router board. A friend of mine transfered the (i think its called the hex) code to another chip but it is the at90s2313-10si chip. This chip wont fit in my board, but I was told that they made an adapter so that chip would fit in a 20 pin socket. Does anyone know where I can get this adapter. He works at a ship yard so that was the only chip he could get for me I guess. I dont think I can aford another chip (since that one was free) so I am hopeing to find that adapter. Please, please, please, help. Thanks in advance Keith
email KeithA@cableone.net

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Hi Keith,
Can't help you with the adapter, but if you're in the US, Atmel is giving out free samples as part of the Design Logic 2001 contest. Try http://www.circuitcellar.com/dl2... . Hope this helps.

eseah

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Keith,

Check out Digikey (www.digikey.com or 1-800-digikey). Search for A727. This is a SOIC to DIP adapter and cost $7 which is twice as much as the micro (if you could find one to buy). Sorry, they're out of stock. You could buy the 24 pin part and cut off the part you don't need. That part is A720 and is about $11; and that one is in stock.

Winslow makes adapters but they're in UK so shipping may be costly (www.winslowadaptics.com). Emulation Technologies may have adapters. If they have the socket type it will be costly. I'm not sure if they have the solder on type. They are at www.1800adapter.com

Scott Pierskalla

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