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(OP)
Hi everyone,

I cannot find a reference for eeprom chip ATMLH524 nor ATMLH544 on the web,
Can anyone help me with this issue,

Thanks in advance,
ATarek

RE: IC not found

A quick search indicates that you've got a good answer on another website.

RE: IC not found

(OP)
Hi everyone,

I found the answer, when i refered to Atmel eeprom datasheet, there seem to be a truncation code in order to define different eeprom ic chips,
sorry for the late coming back,

Thank you,
ATarek

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