GW-12887-1 Maintainable Replacement for DS12887 RTC ModuleDesigned by The Glitch Works in United States of America
For sale are new made GW-12887-1 RTC/CMOS modules. These modules are 100% compatible with Dallas DS12887 modules -- they're made with a new Dallas DS12885. Unlike a DS12887, this module features a ...Read More…
For sale are new made GW-12887-1 RTC/CMOS modules. These modules are 100% compatible with Dallas DS12887 modules -- they're made with a new Dallas DS12885. Unlike a DS12887, this module features a replaceable coin cell in a holder. When the battery dies, simply remove it and insert another CR1225 coin cell!
The GW-12887-1 is also compatible with many systems that use the older DS1287. Some systems require a DS1287 and won't work with newer RTC modules. We cannot guarantee compatibility with every single system out there, but we've tried the GW-12887-1 in a number of systems, ranging from 386 motherboards to VAXstation 3100 m76 machines with good results. A few industrial boards insisted on a DS1287, and for that we've designed a GW-1287-1 replacement, though they are currently in very limited supply.
If you'd like to build your own module or rework an existing DS1287 or DS12887, see our other listings for DIY repair boards!
This item uses a lithium cell and will be marked as such for mailing. This may increase delivery times in some cases, especially overseas.
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Ronald | April 25, 2021
Michael | March 15, 2021
Nathan | Feb. 8, 2021
James | Dec. 18, 2020
Vernon | Nov. 12, 2020
Eric | Feb. 22, 2020
Gerald | Feb. 13, 2020
Thomas | Dec. 24, 2019
Kjetil | Oct. 10, 2019
Eric | June 27, 2019
Stevenson | Jan. 31, 2019
Chris | Dec. 21, 2018
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