Is this a 741 opamp?

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MerlynMetal
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Hi,

I got these recently from a friend. He said these were DIP14 741 opamps. Somewhat unusual but according to datasheets not impossible. Is this so and which company manufactured them (I can't read that logo)?


741P DIP14
741P DIP14

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I would say yes. They were originally 14 pin devices but were later reduced to 8.

I have a few 14 pin 741s in stuff I built in the 70's. One I just found has a date code of 7142 (week 42 of 1971).
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Very bad photo of it.
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