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Hello, I have a Leviton N3008-00D 8ch. DMX Console. The DMX chip "U2" is fried. It is an 8 pin dip and I cannot read the part number. Anybody know what the part number is for this IC? Thanks!

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  • K.N. Nov 14, 2014

    I was able to read the part number through the burned top of the IC using a jewelers Loupe. The part number is SN75176BP. This is the RS-422/RS-485 8 pin driver chip.

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