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Old 26 May 2011, 18:57   #1
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68060 numbers

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Old 26 May 2011, 19:41   #2
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http://www.cpu-world.com/mot_masks/7/71E41J.html
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/68060/...8060RC50A.html
http://www.cpu-world.com/mot_masks/0/01G65V.html
I think just 71E41J is important.
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Old 29 May 2011, 18:37   #3
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>QQKY9916P

99 = 1999 ?


I remember Alexh have explained the signification on EAB, but I cannot find the post anymore...
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Old 30 May 2011, 22:56   #4
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Week 16, 1999 I guess.. March-April 1999.
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Old 30 May 2011, 23:54   #5
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As already said the 9916 stands for "1999, week 16"

The other numbers are about the batch and process line. Not really much use to us.

Quote:
Originally Posted by freescale
  • MCU device mask set identification
    The mask set is identified by a 5-character code consisting of a version number, a letter, two numerical digits, and
    a letter, for example 0J27F. All standard devices are marked with a mask set number and a date code.
  • MCU device date codes
    Device markings indicate the week of manufacture and the mask set used. The date is coded as four numerical
    digits where the first two digits indicate the year and the last two digits indicate the work week. For instance, the
    date code "0301" indicates the first week of the year 2003.
  • MCU device part number prefixes
    Some MCU samples and devices are marked with an SC, PC, or XC prefix. An SC prefix denotes special/custom
    device. A PC prefix indicates a prototype device which has undergone basic testing only. An XC prefix denotes that
    the device is tested but is not fully characterized or qualified over the full range of normal manufacturing process
    variations. After full characterization and qualification, devices will be marked with the MC or SC prefix.
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S23328-002
I never found out exactly what this means but I've seen the following numbers on E41J 060 chips
S23328-002
S23328-004
S23328-006

The oldest like yours have the -002 and the newest have the -006

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