Scrap integrated circuits

Military Surplus integrated circuits acquired circa 1980's. A mix between product removed during assembly and devices with custom numbers (unidentified). None of which was cataloged.

Smegware integrated circuit collection.

Integrated circuits removed mostly during final inspection at assembly. The travler documentation suggested that most of these were identified as having minor common packaging flaws. Sadly most of them had been glued to the circuit cards heatsync so the undersides mostly have a thin layer of adhesive bonded to them however they do not appear to have been soldered. They seem to have been rejected before final. Most of the items in this lot are M38510.

Smegware integrated circuit collection.

There are also several hundred flat-packs (W-package) in original carriers. Most of these have custom (or maybe NSN) numbering and are considered unidentifiable.

Smegware integrated circuit collection.

Miscellaneous unsorted ic's. Again mostly removed from boards prior to final assembly. Some may have been used for assembly training. Some were mearly the wrong part for the kit and were tossed instead of being returned to inventory.

Smegware integrated circuit collection.

Tubes of unidentifiable parts. Some with custom part numbers others are so obsolete that there was not enough history using the internet to track down the datasheets making them basically useless. Unless your desperately looking for one.

Smegware integrated circuit collection.

And finally... More of the same. Ugh!

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