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What is the dufference between CF and PIC16C75

But, on a Korean site and perhaps others, the sight lists that as a part number for the 16C57, so perhaps this is where you are getting your info? If that is the case, the C parts are cf7775 time programmable, not flash memory.

I’d go with a later, flash part, like the 16F88, if I were you. Hope this helps, Robert. The reason for the different part number is because some companies is making PIC16C75 other than Microchip. Part and Inventory Search. AF modulator in Transmitter what microcchip the A?

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Microchip CF775-04/P

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