GENUINE Intel parts in PQFP100-pin Plastic Quad Flatpack Package package
See the photographs, the Intel logo is clearly visible and the chips photographed are of the same batch as the ones you will receive.
Late in the 80386’s production run, Intel introduced the 80386SX, which was meant to be a low cost version of the i386. The SX series of chips was 32-bit internally, but had a 16-bit external bus (in much the same way that the 8088 in the original IBM PC was a lower cost version of the 8086). The original 80386 was subsequently renamed the 80386DX to avoid confusion. Neither CPU included a math coprocessor (most motherboards included a socket for an 80387), though the naming would cause some head-scratching later when the 486 came in a DX variant that did include floating-point capability (while the 486SX did not).
|Supply Current-Max||220.0 mA|
|Supply Voltage-Nom||5.0 V|
|Supply Voltage-Min||4.5 V|
|Supply Voltage-Max||5.5 V|
|Terminal Finish||Tin/Lead (Sn/Pb)|
|Terminal Form||GULL WING|
|Terminal Pitch||0.635 mm|
|Time@Peak Reflow Temp. Max (s)||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Mfr Package Description||PLASTIC, QFP-100|
|Address Bus Width||24.0|
|Clock Frequency-Max||32.0 MHz|
|External Data Bus Width||16.0|
|Low Power Mode||NO|
|Number of DMA Channels||0.0|
|Number of External Interrupts||2.0|
|Number of Serial I/Os||0.0|
|Number of Terminals||100|
|On Chip Data RAM Width||0|
|Operating Temperature-Min||0.0 Cel|
|Operating Temperature-Max||100.0 Cel|
|Package Body Material||PLASTIC/EPOXY|
|Package Equivalence Code||SPQFP100,.9SQ|
|Package Style||FLATPACK, BUMPER|
|Peak Reflow Temp.||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Qualification Status||Not Qualified|
|Seated Height-Max||4.57 mm|
These came to us as part of a lot of surplus stock from a large ‘Milspec’ type Co. having been in storage for some years we have classified them as ‘new other’. They are stored with us still sealed in original packaging (unopened tubes) and are in pristine condition and as with all our products come with a full guarantee.
- For datasheet search … NG80386-16
As many of our lines come in to us as surplus stock – sometimes from high end ‘Milspec’ type manufacturers we try to pass on our savings to our customers – often selling industrial grade or military spec components at a fraction of their original cost.
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If you have similar items to this, or indeed any electronic components that are surplus to requirements please contact us with details, we are always keen to source new stock.