Integrated Circuit, Texas Instruments TMS B7316


In 1975, Texas Instruments gave the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History several integrated circuits manufactured at the time, as well as a prototype eletronic calculator and several wafers with integrated circuits. This is one of the integrated circuits. It has a black plastic case and 28 metal prongs, 14 along each edge. It is marked on top with the TI logo, as well as: TMS 0103NC (/) B7316. It is marked on the bottom: 03B17271P. It has a tag on the top that reads: 2.

Compare CI.336011 and CI.336012.

Ten chips, with museum numbers 336009 through 336018, are stored in a single clear plastic case.

Date Made: 1973

Maker: Texas Instruments

Location: Currently not on view

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Credit Line: Texas Instruments

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: CI.336012Accession Number: 319050Catalog Number: 336012

Object Name: electronic component

Physical Description: plastic (case material)metal (wires material)silicon (chip material)Measurements: overall: .6 m x 3.6 cm x 1.6 m; 1 31/32 ft x 1 13/32 in x 5 1/4 ft


Record Id: nmah_334799

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