24LC256 Serial EEPROM

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Handy for extending the "brain space" of any microcontroller!


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The 24LC256 is a 256 kb I2C Serial EEPROM arranged as 32K x 8 bits. This EEPROM is used as additional memory in many microcontroller projects. The 24LC256 is ideally suited for advanced, low-power applications such as personal communications or data acquisition.

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