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M5L5101LP-1 Mitsub 1K CMOS Static RAM SRAM 6501 5501 IC
The M5L5101LP-1 made in JAPAN by Mitsubishi, is a VINTAGE, Discontinued 1K (256 x 4 bit) CMOS General purpose Static random access memory (RAM). Maximum access time: 450ns.
LOW POWER consumption, perfect equivalent of 2101 in all places where power saving is required, i.e. in battery operated modules/devices. As far as I know this IC is used in many pinball machines.
22 pin package
Equivalent or very near to: 5501 MI6501-9, TC5501, D5101, P2101, 2101 etc.
Condition: used (pull out).
Worldwide delivery: $5.00
All item(s) will be shipped by registered priority airmail, unless other agreement is set with the buyer.
DHL, FedEx or UPS shipment may be arranged too. In this case I would prefer if you have a customer number in the particular courier service.
Typical delivery times for registered airmail are:
EUROPE (All countries): 8...14 days
ALL OTHER destinations (North and South America, Asia, Africa, etc.): 12...25 days
1. ITALIAN customers, please be more patient. For unknown reasons deliveries to Italy usually take longer than to the rest of Europe, i.e. 12...16 days.
2. Good news for AUSTRALIAN customers, usually shipment to Australia is pretty fast, it takes no more than 8...12 days.
If a buyer purchases several items I will combine the shipment to reduce shipment costs. In this case please wait to receive the final invoice with the combined shipment cost
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Currently I can accept only Paypal from these two.
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