Biggest I2C eeprom in 8 pin dip?

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I've seen 64K bytes (512K bits. The mouser catalog mixes bits and bytes. Thought there was a 256KB one... perfect. It was 32K B). Anyone ever heard of a 128K byte eeprom. This is to hold words on my ere mega32 board with a 24Cxx socket.

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The AT24C1024 is 128K bytes.

To achieve 256K bytes -- If you have two in the DIP package -- just stack one over the other and
solder the overlaying upper pins to the lower pins, excepting the upper A1 pin - wire to VCC.

Good luck on finding any at the vendors, I have two of the DIP version from years ago.

Stan

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You could use one of these SO8 to 8-pin DIP converters and a SO8 I2C EEPROM.

Here's a 1Mbit (128K x 8) I2C EEPROM in an SO8 package
http://www.st.com/stonline/produ...

Tom

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Great suggestions... thanx

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