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  1. inistec

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    http://www.thaddbrooks.com/strippit_IC.png

    The attached image is from the DSP I/O board on a Strippit 1000 /XP20 CNC Machines.

    The IC appears to be some type of optoisolator, or line buffer. When I scope it out, the Input and output are fairly close to the same, with a little difference in voltage levels.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     

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  2. KMoffett

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  3. inistec

    inistec

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    I found the solution with some help from another forum

    I found the answer with some help on another forum

    The part is a HCPL-0611

    It is a high speed optocoupler 10MBs

    Thanks for the quick reply.

    Thadd
     

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  4. TBennettcc

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    18th month of 2008, huh?

    I'm thinking 18th week...
     
  5. KMoffett

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    Oh, we have long years here in Minnesota...or it may just seem like that in the winter. ;)

    Ken
     
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