EPROM

I'm looking for the part number to ask for when ordering a blank EPROM for a '90 chevy truck. This would just be for the EPROM, itself and not the case
it fits into. I've ordered them before, but it has been a few years and I do not have the part number or dealer I used. There was a place in Wisconsin, if I remember right, where I made my last purchase. Can someone help me with this? In particular, if someone happens to know which one to order for a diesel, this would be helpful, as well (I understand the two chips have different mapping characteristics).
Thanks!
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If you are looking for blank EPROMs that you will be writing to you can use any 27C512 EPROM that can be picked up at any electronics supply house for a $1.00 each.
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Called digikey with that number and they said it wasn't enough info...something about the speed?
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Trail Shredder wrote:

It's really not critical, but they are 100ns. I've burned a lot of these and you'll find that you can use any 27C series 28-pin EPROM between 256K and 1024K as the data held is very limited. Also, I'm sure you're aware these EPROMs are UV erasable and you will need a burner to load data to the EPROM? If you have an EPROM burner and a UV eraser you can have loads of fun with these. Good luck.
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