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Offline COSMOS2K

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Re: Vintage Parts from China
« Reply #50 on: June 15, 2018, 11:54:25 am »
Hello wraper:

Thanks for the reply.

Right, that's the answer, it's the sad reality. I will not buy again in UTsource, the equipment I repair is too important to play with false CHINESE conponents.

Greetings.

 

Offline dj831

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Re: Vintage Parts from China
« Reply #51 on: November 08, 2019, 08:10:45 am »
My two cents on UTSource (and sorry to 'resurrect' a very old topic  ;)).

I purchased Toshiba RAMs, TC551001BFTL (I'm redesigning a DS1486 for my Tek scope). Just before soldering it, I saw that there was something strange with marking dot - have a look at the pictures below, they speak for themselves (UTSource RAM vs close-up of the genuine RAM soldered in a TI-92...).
Ah, while we are, that Toshiba RAM is supposed to be vintage, but has a datecode of 1537  :-DD

So, for me, best way to get genuine parts is to salvage an item containing the part needed. You get more 'chances' to purchase a fake than to desold an IC that is dead.
 

Offline james_s

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Re: Vintage Parts from China
« Reply #52 on: November 08, 2019, 08:38:34 pm »
Even in the picture it looks like it may be blacktopped. Did you test it to see if it's actually a RAM?
 

Offline marcopolo

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Re: Vintage Parts from China
« Reply #53 on: November 08, 2019, 09:48:49 pm »
Hi,

I confirm UTSource isn't a reliable supplier and sell a lot of fakes.
One example MOTOROLA MC6820 (retired in 1976)

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Re: Vintage Parts from China
« Reply #54 on: November 09, 2019, 11:27:23 am »
My two cents on UTSource (and sorry to 'resurrect' a very old topic  ;)).

I purchased Toshiba RAMs, TC551001BFTL (I'm redesigning a DS1486 for my Tek scope). Just before soldering it, I saw that there was something strange with marking dot - have a look at the pictures below, they speak for themselves (UTSource RAM vs close-up of the genuine RAM soldered in a TI-92...).
Ah, while we are, that Toshiba RAM is supposed to be vintage, but has a datecode of 1537  :-DD

So, for me, best way to get genuine parts is to salvage an item containing the part needed. You get more 'chances' to purchase a fake than to desold an IC that is dead.
Did you intend to attach more than one image?
 

Offline testpoint1

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Re: Vintage Parts from China
« Reply #55 on: November 12, 2019, 05:35:46 am »
if that is popular, just like RF amp transistor, most of them are fake, if that is rare, you can buy several to select it, since they are from rubbish PCB board using high temperature.
 


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