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Any one know if Philips P87C51SBPN are reprogrammable? Answered

Any one know if Philips P87C51SBPN are re-programmable? I have a bag of used microcontrollers from a company changing their stock, but they all have something written to them.
Was wondering if they were re-programmable and if I could sell them on Ebay as used. I know they are 8-bit microcontrollers. Here is the datasheet.

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steveastroukBest Answer (author)2014-06-10

From the NXP (Philips) website

P87C51SBPN

80C51 8-bit microcontroller family 4 K/8 K OTP/ROM low voltage (2.7 V-5.5 V), low power, high speed (33 MHz), 128/256 B RAM

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jwoods10 (author)steveastrouk2014-06-10

Thanks. Some how I missed that in the title. Is it me or do the links we try to post act screwy and not take you to the original place you wanted?

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steveastrouk (author)jwoods102014-06-12

It can be pretty screwy for sure. Glad the info helped though !

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jwoods10 (author)2014-06-09

Thanks for the responses. How can I tell if any are OTP or not? I didn't really see anything in the datasheet about it. I have several different types of chips.
These came from Audio Authority, so I'm assuming they do something audio related...what, exactly I don't know lol.

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steveastrouk (author)jwoods102014-06-09

The part number - particularly the letters at the end - define the function being OTP

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steveastrouk (author)2014-06-09

You CAN use them with external memory though, if you tie the /EA line low

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steveastrouk (author)2014-06-08

no, they are OTP devices I'm afraid.

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