So the die wafers were produced recently, in last year or this year?


On Tuesday, 10 April 2018 13:06:26 UTC+2, Dmitry Shevchenko wrote:
> *I have a few questions about these ic’s that I hope you can answer: *
> *Which company is manufacturing these ic’s?* 
> My company
> Details
> LLC "R&D Production Center Microbiotechniques"
> ITN (Individual Taxpayer Number): 4004019698
> IEC (Industrial Enterprises Classifier): 400401001
> PSRN (Primary State Registration Number): 1164027060009
> OKPO (All-Russian Classifier of Enterprises and Organizations): 03743012
> *How are they designed internally, using old Russian chip design/process 
> or a new modern design/process?* 
> This is full clone of K155ID1, but in SOIC package.
> *Is there any warranty on these new ic’s?* 
> I, as a manufacturer, can give a guarantee if I sell to legal entities, 
> and not an individual.
> *Have these ic’s undergone any certifications or tests that show for 
> instance their reliability or  other conformance to standards? *
> The chips were assembled in southeast Asia.
> Assembly production gave a guarantee on the assembly.
> Then the chips were tested at a factory in Russia.
> понедельник, 9 апреля 2018 г., 10:20:05 UTC+3 пользователь Dmitry 
> Shevchenko написал:
>> Hello, my friend.
>> I'm a Dmitry Shevchenko, former engineer ( rus direct translation - the 
>> engineer-technologist of electrovacuum manufacture) of LLC vacuumglow
>> But the lamps are my non-core specialty.
>> The main specialization is the design and manufacture of integrated 
>> circuits.
>> And I from the legal entity have made integrated circuits K155ID1 in 
>> packing SOIC 16L.
>> You can read datasheet and buy chip via ebay.

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