Can't find datasheet or pinout for this IC

"360-2002B" 16-DIP. Google shows surplus inventory and e-Pain shows:

(Yes, I PM'd them and no, they don't know what it is...)

Funny, so many are willing to sell them to you but can't tell you what it is.

Thanks, Dave

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Try to actually buy one. Those so called sellers list millions of parts they've never seen. They copy lists from other component weseles, looking for suckers. When you bite, they send out emails to everyone they can think of to try and locate the part. Since a lot of the lists were compiled from the indexes of databooks, there is a 99% likelyhood that no one has any.

You can't have a sense of humor, if you have no sense.
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Michael A. Terrell

On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 14:04:03 -0700, DaveC put finger to keyboard and composed:

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Franc Zabkar

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The Ghost In The Machine

Is it possible it's a ULN2002 Darlington Array?

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