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DGlass    0

Anything would be possible if you could find a chip that could be a "direct" replacement and met all the circuit design/operational requirements. Although the USM-810 is a great device it was created around what was available at the time of it's design.

The USM-810, however, is a discontinued product and no further engineering is being done on that device.

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