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TU24C08 series datasheets. Manufacturer: TRBIC.

TU24C08BP4.5V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin PDIP package. Operational temperature range from 0°C to 70°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BP32.7V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin PDIP package. Operational temperature range from 0°C to 70°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BP3I2.7V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin PDIP package. Operational temperature range from -40°C to 85°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BPI4.5V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin PDIP package. Operational temperature range from -40°C to 85°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BS4.5V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin SOIC package. Operational temperature range from 0°C to 70°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BS32.7V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin SOIC package. Operational temperature range from 0°C to 70°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BS3I2.7V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin SOIC package. Operational temperature range from -40°C to 85°C.Datasheet*)
TU24C08BSI4.5V-5.5V, CMOS I2C 2-wire bus 8 K electrically erasable programmable ROM 1K x 8BIT EEPROM in 8-pin SOIC package. Operational temperature range from -40°C to 85°C.Datasheet*)

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