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Richard Erlacher
10/14/12 10:35
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  10/14/12 10:41

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#188640 - No, that's not what it means!
Responding to: ???'s previous message
It means that you'll be much better off buying the identical part, which is still available through several outlets, since you just want to repair an already-existing product.

Visit
www.octopart.com, more precisely, http://octopart.com/parts/search?q=AD574A, where you'll see several pin-compatibles, albeit not cheap ones, if you have any trouble finding a vendor. There are plenty of them. You won't like the price, but, after all, it will save you a lot of effort as opposed to redesigning and remanufacturing the board and developing and debugging the associated firmware, and you only have to pay the price this one time. Presumably, you'll be able to pass the parts cost on to whoever your customer is.

RE


List of 27 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
About AD574A      Akhil Bose      10/08/12 09:16      
   suitable      Neil Kurzman      10/08/12 16:28      
   price/performance      Erik Malund      10/09/12 07:40      
      Expensive or old      Neil Kurzman      10/09/12 15:58      
         if it's not "obsolete" it probably should be      Richard Erlacher      10/09/12 23:26      
            It's not obsolete      Andy Neil      10/10/12 00:38      
               I wonder what's keeping it "alive"      Richard Erlacher      10/10/12 07:36      
                  It became an industry standard...      Kai Klaas      10/10/12 12:44      
                     LM358      Mahmood Elnasser      10/10/12 14:10      
                        Dated      Michael Karas      10/10/12 16:11      
   'Find Similar Parts'      Andy Neil      10/10/12 00:44      
      I did not find any matching IC      Akhil Bose      10/13/12 17:10      
         Be Happy        Michael Karas      10/14/12 08:26      
            Ok so,      Akhil Bose      10/14/12 08:44      
               No, that's not what it means!      Richard Erlacher      10/14/12 10:35      
         RE: None of them match the Pin structure      Andy Neil      10/15/12 09:36      
   Maxim?      Hal Albach      10/14/12 11:04      
      I might be just a bit concerned about the conversion rate      Richard Erlacher      10/14/12 12:09      
   if it is repair, who cares      Erik Malund      10/15/12 10:20      
      There are places where that's a week's pay      Richard Erlacher      10/16/12 07:53      
         sure ...      Erik Malund      10/16/12 08:59      
            What was the goal?      Neil Kurzman      10/16/12 10:35      
            just a minute ..      Richard Erlacher      10/17/12 11:28      
   Ok ... so here is what i would do      Akhil Bose      10/17/12 07:36      
      then why the worry about the pinout ?        Erik Malund      10/17/12 07:41      
         Thanks Guys      Akhil Bose      10/17/12 10:07      
            you probably should back away from the original      Richard Erlacher      10/17/12 11:31      

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