el2001 in pimeta?
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Hey, I was just wondering if it would be possible to put el2001 buffers into a pimeta, and how would I go about doing that?

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hahaha.


well i think some people put 634s into meta42s after the 2001s were discontinued, and I've read that some people made 634 to 2001 adaptors, so i assume it would be possible to go backwards
 
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I think Sijosae made some adaptors to use opamps instead of buffers and other pinout changes. Basically, he took two DIP-8 sockets and connected the relevant pins between them. You end up with another plug-in socket, as long as you don't mind a couple of extra connections.
 
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You'd also need to add the equivalent of R7 on the META42. The BUF634 doesn't need additional resistance here, but the EL2001 does.
 
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Hey, does anyone happen to have the data sheet for the el2001? I can't seem to find it anywhere. It's not on the elantec/intersil website. Due to it being discontinued, i assume.


Someone should host the el200x datasheets somewhere for future reference.
thanks again.


edit: ok, with a bit of creative searching i found the el2001 datasheet. it actually is on the intersil website, although they do not provide a direct link to it. =P I also went through and collected the other el2002, el2008, and el2009 datasheets for reference sake, in case anyone else wants them.


another sidenote on data sheets.
http://smartdata.usbid.com/ has obsolete data sheets. And Intersil was very quick to respond to my request for a data sheet too. (I used their "ask our staff" link). data sheets are good to read.
 
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