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Request for info: AN6516N IC

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Sam Goldwasser, Aug 7, 2003.

  1. 14 pin DIP found in a photocopier or laser printer dual output high
    voltage power supply.

    There's also an 8 pin DIP labeled

    6562
    249

    Which I think is a Panasonic dual op-amp with standard pinout.

    Any info appreciated.

    Thanks.

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  2. Thanks. It's the other one though that's more of a mystery since the AN6562
    at least has the standard dual op-amp pinout.

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  3. Tom

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    Sam,

    I've got a copy of the AN6562 datasheet I could send you (3 page
    ..pdf)if you can't get if from Freetradezone, but I didn't see any
    mention of the AN6516N in the Panasonic CD catalog or databooks that I
    have. It does say that their part numbering system uses 'AN' for
    analog IC's, the '65' is op-amps, and the 'N' is an "improved" part
    (over the AN6516). The part wasn't listed in their 'maintenance' or
    'discontinued' sections, either.
    Is the age of the photocopier such that the 249 on the AN6562 could be
    a date code (49th week of '02)? If not, what would be the likely age
    of the part?

    Tom
     
  4. Thanks, I did find it on freetradezone.com.
    It's the HV power supply for a Panasonic KX-P4430 laser printer. So, that
    could indeed be a date code.

    Perhaps, someone might have more info on the specs of this unit. It has
    3 outputs: +HV which seems to be not regulated but current limited, varies
    with input voltage; -HV which is voltage regulated to about 5 kV, and a low
    voltage low current output of about 100 V, adjustable with a user pot.

    So if AN65 is for op-amps, I should just see if it makes sense as a
    quad op-amp with standard pinout.

    No big deal, more out of curiosity than anything else.

    Thanks.

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