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16F628.pdfPIC16F62X FLASH-Based 8-Bit CMOS Microcontrollers Devices included in this data sheet: PIC16F627 PIC16F628 Referred to collectively as PIC16F62X . Special Microcontroller Features: Power-on Reset (POR) Power-up Timer (PWRT) and Oscillator Start-up Timer (OST) Brown-out Detect (BOD) Watchdog Timer (WDT) with its own on-chip RC oscillator for reliable operation Multiplexed MCLR-pin Programmable weak pull-ups on PORTB Programmable code protection Low voltage programming Power saving SLEEP mode Selectable oscillator options - FLASH configuration bits for oscillator options - ER (External Resistor) oscillator - Reduced part count - Dual speed INTRC - Lower current consumption - EC External Clock input - XT oscillator mode - HS oscillator mode - LP oscillator mode Serial in-circuit programming (via two pins) Four user programmable ID locations High Performance RISC CPU: Only 35 instructions to learn All single-cycle instructions (200 ns), except for program
16F84.pdfM PIC16F8X Pin Diagrams PDIP, SOIC RA2 RA3 RA4/T0CKI MCLR VSS RB0/INT RB1 RB2 RB3 1 18-pin Flash/EEPROM 8-Bit Microcontrollers Devices Included in this Data Sheet: PIC16F83 PIC16F84 PIC16CR83 PIC16CR84 Extended voltage range devices available (PIC16LF8X, PIC16LCR8X) 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 RA1 RA0 OSC1/CLKIN OSC2/CLKOUT VDD RB7 RB6 RB5 RB4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PIC16F8X PIC16CR8X High Performance RISC CPU Features: Only 35 single word instructions to learn All instructions single cycle except for program branches which are two-cycle Operating speed: DC - 10 MHz clock input DC - 400 ns instruction cycle Device PIC16F83 Program Memory (words) 512 Flash Data Data RAM EEPROM (bytes) (bytes) 36 68 36 68 64 64 64 64 Max. Freq (MHz) 10 10 10 10 Special Microcontroller Features: In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSPTM) - via two pins (ROM devices support only Data EEPROM programming) Power-on Reset (POR) Power-up Timer (PWRT) Oscillator Start-up Timer (OST) Watch
68HC11a1.pdfMC68HC11A8 HCMOS Single-Chip Microcontroller Motorola reserves the right to make changes without further notice to any products herein. Motorola makes no warranty, representation or guarantee regarding the suitability of its products for any particular purpose, nor does Motorola assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product or circuit, and specifically disclaims any and all liability, including without limitation consequential or incidental damages. "Typical" parameters can and do vary in different applications. All operating parameters, including "Typicals" must be validated for each customer application by customer's technical experts. Motorola does not convey any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others. Motorola products are not designed, intended, or authorized for use as components in systems intended for surgical implant into the body, or other applications intended to support or sustain life, or for any other application in which the
68HC11F1.PDFMOTOROLA SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA Order this document by MC68HC11FTS/D MC68HC11F1 MC68HC11FC0 Technical Summary 8-Bit Microcontroller 1 Introduction The MC68HC11F1 is a high-performance member of the M68HC11 family of microcontroller units (MCUs). High-speed expanded systems required the development of this chip with its extra input/output (I/O) ports, an increase in static RAM (one Kbyte), internal chip-select functions, and a non-multiplexed bus which reduces the need for external interface logic. The timer, serial I/O, and analog-to-digital (A/ D) converter enable functions similar to those found in the MC68HC11E9. The MC68HC11FC0 is a low cost, high-speed derivative of the MC68HC11F1. It does not have EEPROM or an analog-to-digital converter. The MC68HC11FC0 can operate at bus speeds as high as six MHz. This document provides a brief overview of the structure, features, control registers, packaging information and availability of the MC68HC11F1 and MC68HC11FC0. For detailed
Aide CAO 04 - Wintypon 3D - Introduction.pdfLogiciel Wintypon Fichier: Aide CAO 04 - Wintypon 3D - Introduction.doc Auteur M EYNARD Pascal / Mail : Voir www.typonrelais.com, page contact Socit Micrelec : 4 place Abel Leblanc 77120 Coulommiers France [email protected] / www.micrelec.fr / Tel 01 64 65 04 50 / Fax 01 64 03 41 47 Logiciel Wintypon : Wintypon & la 3D ( Gnration d'une vue 3D du circuit ) Introduction et mode d'emploi Version du logiciel Wintypon: 7.0 Version de cette documentation : 1.42 Date : 29 janvier 2007 Auteur de cette documentation: Mr EYNARD Pascal Auteur Wintypon ( Correction : Alain ) Logiciels Wintypon & Visu3D : www.typonrelais.com Socit Micrelec : www.micrelec.fr Table des matires Introduction ...2 A Prsentation de Wintypon & la 3D ...
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an1215 routines PID.pdfMOTOROLA Order this document by: A N 1 2 1 5 / D SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATION NOTE PID Routines for MC68HC11K4 and MC68HC11N4 Microcontrollers By James W. Gray INTRODUCTION PID (proportional, integral, derivative) compensation is one of the most common forms of closed-loop control. Control of closed-loop systems that require compensation is a growing area of application for embedded microprocessors. In these systems, analog signals must be converted into discrete digital samples before compensation or filtering can take place. Loop performance dictates the sampling rate, and calculations must be complete before the next sample time begins. These loop-related constraints and the Nyquist frequency requirement place an upper bound on digital control of closed systems with feedback error. If the controlled system has a resonance or other behavior with a time constant shorter than the sample and calculation time, chaos is the most likely outcome. Despite these limitations, increases in mic
an1283.pdfMOTOROLA Order this document by: A N 1 2 8 3 / D SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATION NOTE Transporting M68HC11 Code to M68HC16 Devices By Michael Greenberg and Harold Roberson 1 INTRODUCTION Devices in the Motorola M68HC16 modular microcontroller family are built up from standard modules that interface via a common internal bus. Modularity facilitates rapid development of devices tailored for specific applications. The standard central processing unit in the M68HC16 family is the 16-bit CPU16 module. Both the CPU16 programming model and the CPU16 instruction set are designed for compatibility with the M68HC11 CPU, and M68HC11 applications can be ported to the CPU16 with moderate effort. However, because the CPU16 has additional capabilities, the functions of certain M68HC11 instructions have been modified and some M68HC11 CPU instructions have been replaced by instructions specific to the CPU16. In addition, the M68HC11 CPU and CPU16 manage interrupts differently. This note is intended to as
an1285 moteur pas pas sur 11E9.pdfMOTOROLA Order this document by AN1285/D SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATION NOTE Stepper Motor Control with an MC68HC11E9 Microcontroller By Bob King and Edgar Saenz 1 Introduction This note provides basic implementation details and procedural information to design and assemble a stepper motor system. The controller discussed here is the MC68HC11E9, an 8-bit Motorola microcontroller (MCU). There are many embedded control applications supported by the M68HC11 Family. The note consists of a general description and gives highlights of implementing a basic stepper motor system application. A step-by-step hardware assembly section is included to promote ease of construction should one desire to build a similar system. To simplify the application, the software was generated on the Motorola M68HC11EVM evaluation module (EVM). The program created with the EVM is shown in 6 Listing. The program runs in addresses $C000 through $C1CC. It is meant to be used as a guide and can be modified to support a
an1706 oscillateur quartz.pdfMOTOROLA Order this document by AN1706/D SEMICONDUCTOR APPLICATION NOTE Microcontroller Oscillator Circuit Design Considerations By Cathy Cox and Clay Merritt 1 Introduction The heartbeat of every microcontroller design is the oscillator circuit. Most designs that demand precise timing over a wide temperature range use a crystal oscillator. PCB designers have the task of integrating crystal and microcontroller functions without the help of mating specifications. The objective of this document is to develop a systematic approach to good oscillator design and to point out some common pitfalls. 2 Crystal Oscillator Theory The Pierce-type oscillator circuit shown in Figure 1 is used on most microcontrollers. This circuit consists of two parts: an inverting amplifier that supplies a voltage gain and 180 phase shift and a frequency selective feedback path. The crystal combined with Cx and Cy form a tuned PI network that tends to stabilize the frequency and supply 180 phase shift feedb
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Bas_inst.pdfUniversity of Florida Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering EEL-3701/4744 Drs. E. M. Schwartz & A. A. Arroyo Professors in ECE 21-Aug-98 5:54 PM Page 1/1 M68HC11 BASIC INSTRUCTION SET AND PROGRAMMERS MODEL Data Movement: PULA. PULB, PSHA, PSHB LDAA, LDAB, LDD STAA, STAB, STD LDS, LDX, LDY STS, STX, STY PULX, PULY, PSHX, PSHY TAB, TBA, TAP, TPA TSX, TXS, TSY, TYS, XGDX, XGDY Arithmetic/Logic/Shift: ABA, ADDA, ADDB, ADDD, ABX, ABY ANDA, ANDB LSLA, LSLB, LSL, LSLD=ASLD SBA, SUBA, SUBB, SUBD, ORAA, ORAB LSRA, LSRB, LSR, LSRD ADCA, ADCB EORA, EORB ASLA, ASLB, ASL, ASLD=LSLD SBCA, SBCB ASRA, ASRB, ASR MUL, IDIV, FDIV RORA, RORB, ROR INCA, INCB, INC ROLA, ROLB, ROL DECA, DECB, DEC INX, INY, INS DEX, DEY, DES NEG, COM, DAA Decision Making: No Flag Carry Flag Zero Flag Sign Flag Overflow Arithmetic Logical BRA BCC, BCS BEQ, BNE BMI, BPL BVS, BVC BGE, BGT BHI, BHS JMP BLE, BLT BLO, BLS More Decision Making: BIT, CBA, CMPA, CMPB, CPD, CPX, CPY, TST, BRSET, BRCLR, BSR, JSR,
Calcul1.pdfAN526 PIC16C5X / PIC16CXXX Math Utility Routines Author: Amar Palacherla Microchip Technology Inc. TABLE 1: PERFORMANCE SPECS Spec Speed Efficient Code Efficient Program Memory 35 16 Instruction Cycles 37 71 PLEASE NOTE: This application note uses the old Microchip Math Routine format. It is intended for reference purposes only and is being provided for those of you still implementing Binary Coded Decimal(BCD) routines. For any new designs, please refer to application notes contained in Microchip's Embedded Control Handbook Volume II - Math Library. FIGURE 1: Flowchart for Unsigned 8x8 Multiply 8x8 Multiply INTRODUCTION This application note provides some utility math routines for Microchip's PIC16C5X and PIC16CXXX series of 8-bit microcontrollers. The following math outlines are provided: 8x8 unsigned multiply 16x16 double precision multiply Fixed Point Division (Table 3) 16x16 double precision addition 16x16 double precision subtraction BCD (Binary Coded Decim
calcul2.pdfAN544 Math Utility Routines Author: Amar Palacherla Microchip Technology Inc. As more routines are available, they will be added to the library. The latest routines may be obtained either through Microchip's bulletin board or by contacting your nearest Microchip sales office for a copy on a MS-DOS floppy. These routines have been optimized wherever possible with a compromise between speed, RAM utilization, and code size. Some routines (multiplication and division) are provided in two forms, one optimized for speed and the other optimized for code size. All the routines have been implemented as callable subroutines and the usage of each routine is explained below. At the end of the application note, the listing files of the above programs are given. INTRODUCTION PLEASE NOTE: This application note uses the old Microchip Math Routine format. It is intended for reference purposes only and is being provided for those of you still implementing Binary Coded Decimal(BCD) routines. For any ne
Chien de garde.pdfTB004 Automatic Calibration of the WDT Time-out Period Author: Stan D'Souza Advanced Microcontroller Technology Division CONCLUSION The calibration of the WDT is simple and takes very little overhead in a program. The code in Appendix A is written for a PIC16C84 device, but can be translated to work on any PIC16CXXX product. The code in Appendix B is written for the PIC16C5X family. RAM Used: 2 Bytes ROM Used: 50 Words Execution time: Up to a max. of 132 ms from start-up. INTRODUCTION The WDT timer is a simple RC timer with a typical time-out period of about 18 ms. This time-out period is dependent on Voltage, Temperature and Silicon process variations. Hence the tolerance on the time-out period is very wide: Min. of 9 ms to a Max. of 33 ms (please refer to appropriate datasheet for device dependent value). There are applications where an additional timer would be useful as an approximate time keeper, hence getting a more precise value of the WDT time-out is useful. This Tech Brief i
Clavier.pdfM Author: AN552 SUMMARY The PIC16CXXX is ideally suited to interface directly to a keypad application. Built in pull-up resistors and very low current consumption during sleep make it a very good candidate for battery powered remote operations and applications. Appendix A provides an example of the code. Performance: Code Size RAM Used 64 words 0 bytes Implementing Wake-up on Key Stroke Stan D'Souza Microchip Technology Inc. INTRODUCTION Microchip's PIC16CXXX microcontroller family are ideally suited to directly interface to a keypad. The high 4-bits of PORTB (RB7:RB4) have internal pull-ups and can trigger a "change on state" interrupt. This interrupt, if enabled, will wake the microcontroller from SLEEP. In most battery powered applications, a microcontroller is exercised when a key is pressed (e.g., in a remote keyless entry system). The life of the battery can be extended by using PIC16CXXX microcontrollers. This is done by putting the PIC16CXXX microcontroller into SLEEP mode
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EEPROM - X28C64.pdfX28C64 64K X28C64 5 Volt, Byte Alterable E2PROM DESCRIPTION 8K x 8 Bit FEATURES 150ns Access Time Simple Byte and Page Write --Single 5V Supply --No External High Voltages or VPP Control Circuits --Self-Timed --No Erase Before Write --No Complex Programming Algorithms --No Overerase Problem Low Power CMOS --60mA Active Current Max. --200A Standby Current Max. Fast Write Cycle Times --64 Byte Page Write Operation --Byte or Page Write Cycle: 5ms Typical --Complete Memory Rewrite: 0.625 sec. Typical --Effective Byte Write Cycle Time: 78s Typical Software Data Protection End of Write Detection --DATA Polling DATA --Toggle Bit High Reliability --Endurance: 100,000 Cycles --Data Retention: 100 Years JEDEC Approved Byte-Wide Pinout The X28C64 is an 8K x 8 E2PROM, fabricated with Xicor's proprietary, high performance, floating gate CMOS technology. Like all Xicor programmable nonvolatile memories the X28C64 is a 5V only device. The X28C64 features the JEDEC approved p
EEPROM - X68C64.pdfX68C64 68XX Microcontroller Family Compatible 64K X68C64 E2 Micro-Peripheral DESCRIPTION 8192 x 8 Bit FEATURES CONCURRENT READ WRITETM --Dual Plane Architecture --Isolates Read/Write Functions Between Planes --Allows Continuous Execution of Code From One Plane While Writing in the Other Plane Multiplexed Address/Data Bus --Direct Interface to Popular 8-bit Microcontrollers, e.g., Motorola M6801/03, M68HC11 Family High Performance CMOS --Fast Access Time, 120ns --Low Power --60mA Maximum Active --500A Maximum Standby Software Data Protection Block Protect Register --Individually Set Write Lock Out in 1K Blocks Toggle Bit Polling --Early End of Write Detection Page Mode Write --Allows up to 32 Bytes to be Written in One Write Cycle High Reliability --Endurance: 100,000 Write Cycles --Data Retention: 100 Years The X68C64 is an 8K x 8 E2PROM fabricated with advanced CMOS Textured Poly Floating Gate Technology. The X68C64 features a Multiplexed Address and Data bus
Exemple 01 - alimentation.pdfAlimentation 5 Volts 1 B2 2 B1 1 3 4 5 3 2 6 alt2 - 4 1 + 2 1 S 3 alt1 E M 2 +5V JP1 220 V gd domino 2 C2 1F C1 1000 F CI2 7805 r gulateur to220 C3 1 F CI1 Tr1 220 / 8 Volts transfo type 1 pont de diode rond Masse
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Exemple 02 - chenillard simple 10 leds.pdfVdd CTR DIV 10 CP1 CP0 MR 13 14 15 CP1 CP0 MR Q0 3 Q1 2 Q2 4 Q3 7 Q4 10 Q5 1 Q6 5 Q7 6 Q8 9 Q9 11 C0 12 GND VDD 16 VSS 8 CI1 4017 circuit 16 br Vdd Jp_Vdd JP_GND R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 D1 D3 D5 D7 D9 GND D2 D4 D6 D8 D10 GND
Exemple 02 CAN avec ADC0804.pdfCarte CAN ADC0804
Exemple 03 - compteur.pdfCompteur - Page 1/2 - Oscillateur Attention, pour le transfert vers Wintypon Cocher " Transfrer plusieurs feuilles comme un seul schma " Dans Menu Tranfert - Paramtres Vcc VCC R1 100 K VCC GND 1 2 3 Vcc 4 Gnd trig out Raz Vcc 8 Dis 7 The 6 C.V 5 R2 220 K CI1 NE555 circuit 08 br R4 120 D1 rouge led 5 mm T1 2N1711 R3 10 K C1 1000 F GND OSCI Sortie OSCI vers page 2 GND Alimentation de la carte JP1 GND JP2 Vcc GND
Exemple 03 Carte relais 12V pour alarme.pdfCarte relais 12 V pour alarme
Exemple 04 - fausse alarme pour voiture.pdfVdd JP1 R1 10K 1 2 I0 14 VDD D1 5 mm rouge O 3 & I1 VSS 7 C1 470 F JP2 CI1[A] 4093 R2 4700 R3 100 T1 2N2222 GND 5 6 I0 & I1 O 4 JP1 & JP2: Alimentation CI1[A] 4093 8 9 GND & 10 CI1[A] 4093 12 13 I0 & I1 O 11 CI1[A] 4093
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Exemple 05 - les diffrents labels.pdfLes diffrents labels Simple, sur le fil Droite, cadre R Gauche, cadre R Ancrage Droite Entre D Sortie D E/SD Ancrage Gauche Entre G Sortie G E/SG
Exemple 05 Carte CNA avec AD7523.pdfCarte CNA avec AD7523
Exemple 06 - schma conseil.pdfSchma conseil - Feuille 1 / 3 Utilisation des labels Vcc Label1 D1 Label1 R1 Valeur GND La liaison se fait par "Label1"
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Exemple 07 - schma transfert 1.pdfExemple de transfert vers Wintypon Vcc Vcc JP_Vdd JP_Gnd GND R2 120 ohms D1 Led 5 mm verte T1 2N1711 Alimentation de la carte ( par 2 pastilles ) Base R1 10 K GND
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Exemple 1 - cablage automobile - Folio 1.pdfA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y HP ARRIERE DROIT 1 CONNECTEUR ORIGINE DESSUS PORTE DROITE B2 2 B1 1 blanc 1 1 gris 1 100 HP ARRIERE DROIT cosse HP + CONNECTEUR RENAULT F 1 gris 1 FEU DROIT 1 blanc 1 1 bleu 1 1 A 2 1 gris 1 100 100 3000 gaine W diam 8 100 100 100 FEU GAUCHE RALONGE DROITE VERS GAUCHE 100 100 cosse HP -100 1 blanc 1 5200 gaine W diam 8 100 3 CONNECTEUR ORIGINE DESSUS PORTE GAUCHE 4 B2 1 rose 1 B1 1 beige 1 5 100 1 blanc 1 rep N 1 gris 1 1 noir 2 1 bleu 1 1 blanc 1 1 CONNECTEUR RENAULT M 2 A B C HP ARRIERE GAUCHE HP ARRIERE GAUCHE cosse HP + 100 B C 1 rose 1 1 blanc 1 rep N 100 1 noir 2 1 bleu 1 cosse 6,3 M 200 200 1 bleu 1 1 blanc 1 1 noir 1 1 gris 1 1 noir 1 1 bleu 1 cosse 6,3 F 50 50 1 blanc 1 100 100 3000 gaine W diam 8 100 cosse HP -cosse 6,3 F RALLONGE FEU GAUCHE 70 2000 W diam 8 100 100 1 beige 1 cosse 6,3 F 100 50 1 gris 1 souple diam 8 50 RALLONGE FERMETURE CENTRALI
Exemple 1 - cablage automobile - Folio 2.pdfA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y 1 2 3 4 100 100 CONNECTEUR ORIGINE RENAULT BLEU 1 bleu 1 rep N 1 gris 1 A3 A2 100 CLIGNOTANT AVANT GAUCHE cosse 6,3 F CONNECTEUR ORIGINE RENAULT NOIR 1 noir 1 cosse 6,3 F A2 1 beige 1 100 cosse 6,3 F 5 700 gaine souple diam 6 100 1 gris 1 900 gaine souple diam 6 gaine souple diam 6 200 gaine souple diam 6 100 cosse 6,3 F 100 1 beige 1 CLIGNOTANT AVANT DROIT 1 noir 1 500 6 4 bleu 1 cosse 6,3 500 gaine souple diam 6 100 RELAI DE VEILLEUSE FEU DE GABARIE ARRIERE DROIT cosse 6,3 F 100 7 86 cot fils 87 500 1 bleu 1 cosse 6,3 F 1 noir 1 30 500 cosse 6,3 800 2300 gaine W diam 8 5100 gaine W diam 8 600 souple diam 6 100 1 noir 1 8 3000 2 noir 1 9 cosse cosse 5800 gaine W diam 8 gaine W diam 8 cosse 1500 gaine W diam 8 500 souple diam 6 2 noir 1 2 noir 1 cosse gaine W diam 8 1700 gaine W diam 8 1 bleu 1 rep N 1800 cosse 6,3 F 100 1900 souple diam 8 gaine W di
Exemple 1 - cablage automobile - Folio 3.pdfA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y HP ARRIERE DROIT 1 CONNECTEUR ORIGINE DESSUS PORTE DROITE B2 2 B1 1 blanc 1 1 gris 1 100 HP ARRIERE DROIT cosse HP + CONNECTEUR RENAULT F 1 gris 1 FEU DROIT 1 blanc 1 1 bleu 1 1 A 2 1 gris 1 100 100 3000 gaine W diam 8 100 100 100 FEU GAUCHE RALONGE DROITE VERS GAUCHE 100 100 cosse HP -100 1 blanc 1 5200 gaine W diam 8 100 3 CONNECTEUR ORIGINE DESSUS PORTE GAUCHE 4 B2 1 rose 1 B1 1 beige 1 5 100 1 blanc 1 rep N 1 gris 1 1 noir 2 1 bleu 1 1 blanc 1 1 CONNECTEUR RENAULT M 2 A B C HP ARRIERE GAUCHE HP ARRIERE GAUCHE cosse HP + 100 B C 1 rose 1 1 blanc 1 rep N 100 1 noir 2 1 bleu 1 cosse 6,3 M 200 200 1 bleu 1 1 blanc 1 1 noir 1 1 gris 1 1 noir 1 1 bleu 1 cosse 6,3 F 50 50 1 blanc 1 100 100 3000 gaine W diam 8 100 cosse HP -cosse 6,3 F RALLONGE FEU GAUCHE 70 2000 W diam 8 100 100 1 beige 1 cosse 6,3 F 100 50 1 gris 1 souple diam 8 50 RALLONGE FERMETURE CENTRALI
Exemple 10 - schma complexe inutile.pdfVcc P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D28 28 D27 27 D26 26 D25 25 D24 24 D23 23 D22 22 D21 21 D20 20 D19 19 D18 18 D17 17 D16 16 D15 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D28 28 D27 27 D26 26 D25 25 D24 24 D23 23 D22 22 D21 21 D20 20 D19 19 D18 18 D17 17 D16 16 D15 15 Vcc 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D28 28 D27 27 D26 26 D25 25 D24 24 D23 23 D22 22 D21 21 D20 20 D19 19 D18 18 D17 17 D16 16 D15 15 GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D28 28 D27 27 D26 26 D25 25 D24 24 D23 23 D22 22 D21 21 D20 20 D19 19 D18 18 D17 17 D16 16 D15 15 Vcc JP1 JP2 GND CI1 CI2 GND CI3 CI4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 R1 R2 R3 R5 R6 R7 R9 R10 R8 R4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 CI5 CI6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 CI8 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 P11 P12 P13
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Exemple 4 - commande bi-manuelle.pdfA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q 1 Ce montage est utilis pour protger les oprateurs qui travaillent sur des quipements ou machines dangereuses (presses, sertisseuses, massicots, etc ...). L'oprateur doit appuyer simultanment et dans un temps diffrentiel maximum gal au rglage des temporisations, sur deux boutons pour pouvoir actionner l'lectrovanne EV1 qui commande l'orgrane dangereux de la machine. L'oprateur ayant les deux mains occupes sur des boutons ne pourra pas se blesser. Quand les boutons sont relchs C1 et C2 se chargent. Quand l'oprateur appuie sur les boutons, les condensateurs se retrouvent en parallle sur les relais et se dchargent. K1 et K2 ne collent donc que le temps de la dcharge des condensateurs. Ce montage permet d'avoir une dure calibre d'impulsion. Les deux condensateurs et les deux relais sont scells dans un botier inviolable. 2 3 Certaines normes de scurit exigent des systmes encore plus perfectionns (mais bass su
Exemple 5 - convoyeur pices - folio 1.pdfA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q 1 L1 L2 L3 N 7 3x230/400V Q1 8 2 5 6 3 4 3 1 2 1 3 5 1 3 5 N 1 1 3 Q2 4 2 4 6 2 4 6 Q3 2 F1 Q4 2 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 4 5 KM1 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 2/T1 4/T2 KM2 6/T3 2/T1 4/T2 KM3 6/T3 1 2 6 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 RT1 7 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 RT2 3 4 230/400V 24V 250VA U1 V1 W1 U2 V2 W2 N L 1 3 8 U V W U V W L N Q5 M3 0.015 kW 2 4 9 M 3~ M1 1.5kW 1500t/min M 3~ M2 1.5kW 1500t/min M 1~ MOTEUR CONVOYEUR MOTEUR POMPE VENTILATEUR ARMOIRE 1 2 ( 02 - B ) ( 02 - B ) 10 LA POMPE NE FONCTIONNE QUE SI LE CONVOYEUR EST EN MARCHE AV OU AR. TENSION DE COMMANDE 24V AC 11 MICRELEC 4, place Abel Leblanc 77120 COULOMMIERS CONVOYEUR ALIMENTATION PIECES DETACHEES MAGASIN ALIMENTATION ET PUISSANCE Dessin le : 15/06/2001 Modifi le : Par : LLORENTE Stphane 01 02
Exemple 5 - convoyeur pices - folio 2.pdfA B 1 1 C D E F G H I J 1 K L M N O P Q 1 11 1 ( 01 - P ) 11 23 97 97 S1 2 2 12 KA1 S21 (ws) S13 (sw) KA1 24 98 RT1 98 RT2 3 1 (br) S22 FC1 (bl) S14 8 95 11 1 13 13 3 S2 2 RT1 S21 (ws) S13 (sw) 96 2 S5 KM1 14 KM2 14 4 4 1 7 1 9 95 3 13 12 3 13 FC2 S3 (br) S22 (bl) S14 S13 S14 S21 S22 13 A1+ RT2 96 4 S6 KM1 14 4 S7 KM2 14 5 2 5 3 13 S21 (ws) S13 (sw) Y1 AES 1135 X1 Y2 Schmersal A1 14 A2 10 11 13 15 6 S4 4 FC3 KA1 14 (br) S22 (bl) S14 KM2 11 12 S8 7 A1 6 2 X1 X1 18 X1 14 A1 16 A1 17 A1 KA1 8 A2 X2 H1 X2 H2 X2 H3 KM1 A2 KM2 A2 KM3 A2 ( 01 - P ) 9 2 PRET A DEMARRER 2 DEFAUT AVANCE THERMIQUE CONVOYEUR CONVOYEUR / POMPE ARRIERE CONVOYEUR 2 POMPE RELAIS DEFAUT SURVEILLANCE CONTACTS CARTERS ARRET URGENCE ARRET URGENCE 10 11
Exemple 7 - Nausicaa - Folio 1.pdf1 2 L1 L2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 A L1 L2 L3 230/400V L3 N PE 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 13 23 Q0 14 Q0 B 24 L22 1 L23 3 Q3 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 L4 L5 L6 C L24 2 1 L25 4 2 1 3 5 1 3 5 Q1 2 4 6 Q2 T1 400 V / 24 V 2 4 6 D L7 L8 1/L1 3/L2 L9 5/L3 L16 L17 L18 KM1 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 3 4 2 1/L1 3/L2 5/L3 1 L10 L11 L12 1 E Q4 KM2 5/L3 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 1/L1 3/L2 F1 L19 L20 2/T1 4/T2 6/T3 L13 L14 L15 L21 2 3 X1 X1 X1 X1 X1 X1 X1 X1 1 U 2 V 3 W PE 4 U 5 V 6 W PE ( 02 - 2A ) ( 02 - 2G ) F M 3~ M1 Pompe n2 M 3~ M2 Pompe n3 G Dessin par : Y FRANCOISE LP LT Passy Buzneval 92 500 RUEIL-MALMAISON NAUSICAA Schma de puissance Dessin le : 21/10/2001 Modifi le : 22/10/2002 Nom de sauvegarde : nausicaa.xrs FOLIO : 001 003 H
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I2C Maitre.pdfM Author: AN578 INITIATING AND TERMINATING DATA TRANSFER During times of no data transfer (idle time), both the SCL and SDA lines are pulled high. A Master device which wishes to take control of the bus must first generate a START condition. A START is defined as a high to low transition of SDA when SCL is high. When the Master has completed all data transmissions and wishes to relinquish the bus, it generates a STOP condition. A STOP is defined as a low to high transition of SDA while SCL is high. Because the START and STOP conditions are defined as transitions of the SDA when the SCL line is high, the SDA line can only change when SCL is low during the actual data transmission. Figure 1 shows the relationship between SCL and SDA for the various conditions. Use of the SSP Module in the I2CTM Multi-Master Environment Scott Fink Microchip Technology Inc. INTRODUCTION The Inter-IC (I2C) bus is a two-wire serial interface developed by Philips/Signetics. The specification supports data
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Instructions importantes.txtUtilisation des logiciels Winypon, Empreinte, XSymbole, Winschem, VOir & XRelais sous Windows 95 et windows 98 Edition 1: Lors du lancement de ces logiciels, sous windows 95 et 98.1, le message d'erreur suivant peut apparaitre : " "Programme li une exportation manquante OLEAUT32.DLL : VarNot ". Puis le logiciel refuse de se lancer. SOLUTION: Il faut mettre jour certains fichiers de Windows: Pour windows 95: Excuter le programme de mise jour "DCOM95.EXE " situ dans le dossier "dll dcom 95-98 " sur le CD d'installation, ou sur le site web http://pro.wanadoo.fr/auteur.cao/ page tlchargement. Pour windows 98: Excuter le programme de mise jour "DCOM98.EXE " situ dans le dossier "dll dcom 95-98 " sur le CD d'installation, ou sur le site web http://pro.wanadoo.fr/auteur.cao/ page tlchargement. Pour tous autres renseignements, contacter l'auteur des logiciels: mail : Voir www.typonrelais.com Micrelec - EY.P. - octobre 2006
Inter sur port B.pdfM Author: AN566 USING A PORTB INPUT FOR AN EXTERNAL INTERRUPT The interrupt source(s) cannot simply be directly connected to the PORTB pins, and expect an interrupt to occur the same as on the interrupt (INT) pin. To develop the microcontrollers hardware/software to act as an interrupt by an external signal, we must know the characteristics of the external signal. After we know this, we can determine the best way to structure the program to handle this signal. The characteristics that we need to consider when developing the interrupt include: 1. 2. The rising edge and falling edges. The pulse width of the interrupt trigger (high time / low time). Using the PORTB Interrupt on Change as an External Interrupt Mark Palmer Microchip Technology Inc. INTRODUCTION The PICmicroTM families of RISC microcontrollers are designed to provide advanced performance and a cost-effective solution for a variety of applications. To address these applications, there is the PIC16CXXX microcontroller famil
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LCD.pdfAN658 LCD Fundamentals Using PIC16C92X Microcontrollers Author: Rodger Richey Microchip Technology Inc. Polarization is a process or state in which rays of light exhibit different properties in different directions, especially the state in which all the vibration takes place in one plane. Essentially, a polarizer passes light only in one plane. As shown in Figure 2, if light is polarized in one plane, by passing through a polarizer, it cannot pass through a second polarizer if its plane is 90 out of phase to the first. INTRODUCTION This Application Note provides a basic introduction to the features and uses of Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD). At the end of this Application Note, you should be able to answer the following questions: What are the basic components in an LCD panel? How does an LCD work? What are the different types of LCD panels? How are LCD panels driven? FIGURE 2: POLARIZERS OUT OF PHASE WHAT ARE THE BASIC COMPONENTS IN AN LCD PANEL? An LCD panel, or more comm
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Mc1449.pdfMOTOROLA SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA Order this document by MC14499/D MC14499 7-Segment LED Display Decoder/Driver with Serial Interface CMOS The MC14499 is a 7segment alphanumeric LED decoder/driver with a serial interface port to provide communication with CMOS microprocessors and microcomputers. This device features NPN output drivers which allow interfacing to common cathode LED displays through external series resistors. HighCurrent Segment Drivers OnChip CMOS MPU compatible Input Levels Wide Operating Voltage Range: 4.5 to 6.5 V Operating Temperature Range: 0 to 70C Drives Four Characters with Decimal Points Also See MC14489 20 1 18 1 P SUFFIX PLASTIC DIP CASE 707 DW SUFFIX SOG PACKAGE CASE 751D ORDERING INFORMATION MC14499P MC14499DW Plastic DIP SOG Package PIN ASSIGNMENTS PLASTIC DIP d 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 VDD e f g h CLK ENB I II BLOCK DIAGRAM DECIMAL POINT D4 Q1 4 BITS C c b a DATA OSC IV DATA CLK D Q 4 BITS C* D20 Q5 16BI
NOTES155.TXTRelease Notes For BASIC11 Version 1.55 From the programmers viewpoint, version 1.55 of BASIC11 has changed very little. Three new commands were added that will be described later in this document. The majority of the changes made to BASIC11 allow it be easily used in a hardware environment other than Motorola's M68HC11EVB. To 'Customize' BASIC11 for a particular hardware environment, two areas of the interpreter need to be modified. I/O Routines: In addition to the I/O vector table that is located at $FFA0, all of the I/O routines required by BASIC11 to run in an HC11 EVB, were moved to the end of the interpreter. The routines begin at address $FF00 and end at $FF93 (see listing). BASIC11 performs all of its I/O through the routines INBYTE and OUTBYTE. INBYTE expects a single character to be returned in the A- accumulator. The OUTBYTE routine is entered with a single character contained in the A-accumulator. DO NOT CHANGE OR MOVE THE INBYTE AND OUTB
passagePar.pdfUniversity of Florida Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering EEL 4744 PARAMETER PASSING Drs. E. M. Schwartz &A. Antonio Arroyo Professors in ECE 21-Aug-98 5:48 PM Page 1/5 PARAMETER PASSING METHODS How do you pass parameters between the subroutines (or interrupts) and the main routine or other subroutines? 1. 2. Pass the parameter(s) (data or pointer) in the internal registers. Pass the parameter(s) immediately after the call instruction, i.e. in the program memory space. (This requires that the parameter(s) be fixed at assembler time.) Pass a pointer to the location of the parameter(s) immediately after the call instruction. Pass the parameter(s) on the stack prior to the call. (PSH) Pass a pointer to parameter(s) on the stack prior to the call. (PSH) 3. 4. 5. The Problem: Find the average of two numbers Solution 1: Solution 1a: START: Pass the parameter(s) in the internal registers. Pass the parameter data in the internal registers. $B600 #$0041 #$37 #$A3 AVG ;Start p
Pioneer Keh 1800 Keh 1850 XM ES.pdfService Manual KEH-1800/X1M/UC ORDER NO. CRT2266 HIGH POWER CASSETTE PLAYER WITH FM/AM TUNER KEH-1800 KEH-1850 X1M/ES NOTE: - See the separate manual CX-644(CRT1800) for the cassette mechanism description. - The cassette mechanism assy employed in this model is one of 2M series. X1M/UC CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. SAFETY INFORMATION...2 EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST ...2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...8 PCB CONNECTION DIAGRAM...18 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST...26 ADJUSTMENT ...32 7. GENERAL INFORMATION...34 7.1 PARTS ...34 7.1.1 IC ...34 7.1.2 DISPLAY ...38 7.2 DISASSEMBLY ...
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Programmateur Serie.pdfF Ex Mi eatu Pr clus c og iv roc ring ram e 2 hi mi -Wi p's ng re Ca Se pa ria bil l ity In-Circuit Serial ProgrammingTM Guide In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSPTM) Guide 1997 Microchip Technology Inc. July 1997 DS30277B All rights reserved. Copyright 1997, Microchip Technology Incorporated, USA. Information contained in this publication regarding device applications and the like is intended through suggestion only and may be superseded by updates. No representation or warranty is given and no liability is assumed by Microchip Technology Incorporated with respect to the accuracy or use of such information, or infringement of patents arising from such use or otherwise. Use of Microchip's products as critical components in life support systems is not authorized except with express written approval by Microchip. No licenses are conveyed, implicitly or otherwise, under any intellectual property rights." The Microchip name, logo, PIC, PRO MATE, PICSTART, and The Embedded Control
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PWM.pdfAN654 PWM, a Software Solution for the PIC16CXXX Author: Ole Rpcke Consultant, Europe METHODS Before the solution is revealed, we must first examine the various software methods used to generate variable length pulses. In the following explanations, the unit of time will be the length of an Instruction Cycle (TCY). We will use TCY because one instruction (if the program counter is not changed) executes in one TCY and Timer0 (without prescaling) increments every TCY. This provides us with a simple method to control a potentially complex timing sequence. Making use of the time needed to execute an instruction provides a very simple method of generating an pulse. Example 1 (Method A) shows an instruction sequence, which will generate a high pulse of 99 TCY on pin 3 of PORTA. The pulse length is controlled by the value of register LENGTH in steps of 3 TCY. This is the computing time needed by one program loop. The drawbacks of this method are an excessive use of computing time and a poor
Quoi.txtTextMic11 : Test des cartes HC11 en mode tendu. Permet de dtecter coupures ou court-circuits sur les bus d'adresse et de donne.
Readme.txtEagle Lib Viewer V. 1.1 20/04/2001. D. Havelange Comments [email protected] ---------------------------------------- Allow viewing Eagle libraries. How to use : Select path where are the libraries. Click on the library you want to view. You can select the part of the library : Symbols or Packages. Caution : the library must be in script format. (Open a library - File -> Export -> Script) See Eagle documentation for more info. You can export a package to 'Empreinte' format for use with WinTypon. Website for Wintypon (French) : http://pro.wanadoo.fr/auteur.cao/index.htm ----------------------------------------- Permet la visualisation des librairies Eagle. Comment l'utiliser : Selectionner le chemin sur le disque o se trouvent les librairies. "Cliquer" sur la librairie que vous dsirez visualiser. Vous pouvez slectionner le 'Symbole' ou le 'Package'. Attention : La librairie doit tre au format 'Script'. Consulter la documentation, du programme Eagle
Timer asynchrone.pdfM Author: AN580 In asynchronous operation, if the clock source is an external clock, it is input on the T1CKI pin. If the clock source is a crystal oscillator, the crystal is connected across the T1OSO and T1OSI pins. When using Timer1 in Asynchronous mode, the use of an external clock minimizes the operating and sleep currents. This is because the timer's internal oscillator circuitry is disabled. Though the external clock may give the lower device currents, the use of a crystal oscillator may lead to lower system current consumption and system cost. System current consumption can also be reduced by having the TMR1 Overflow Interrupt wake the processor from SLEEP at the desired interval, With a 32.768 kHz crystal, Timer1's overflow rate ranges from 2 to 16 seconds, depending on the prescaler chosen. Table 1 shows Timer1 overflow times for various crystal frequencies and prescaler values. Using Timer1 in Asynchronous Clock Mode Mark Palmer Microchip Technology Inc. INTRODUCTION Thi
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Voltmtre.pdfM Author: AN557 MULTIPLEXING FOUR 7-SEGMENT LED DISPLAYS Hardware The PIC16C71's I/O ports have an improved sink/source specification. Each I/O pin can sink up to 25 mA and source 20 mA, in addition total PORTB source current is 100 mA and sink current is 150 mA. PORTA is rated for 50 mA source current and 80 mA sink current. This makes the PIC16C71 ideal for driving 7-segment LEDs. Since the total number of I/O pins is limited to 13, the 8-bit PORTB is used to drive the 4 LEDs, while external sink transistors or MOSFETs are used to sink the digit current (Figure 1). Another alternative is to use ULN2003 open collector sink current drivers, which are available in 16-pin DIP or very small SO-16 packages. Each transistor on the ULN2003 can sink a maximum of 500 mA and the base drive can be directly driven from the PORTA pins. Four Channel Digital Voltmeter with Display and Keyboard Stan D'Souza Microchip Technology Inc. INTRODUCTION The PIC16C71 is a member of the mid-range family of
Winschem + XSymbole.pdfManuel de prsentation: Winschem & XSymbole ( Version 7.0, fvrier 2007 ) Bienvenue dans le monde de l'lectronique et de la conception assiste par ordinateur ... Note: Windows est une marque dpose de Microsoft Corporation. Les informations contenues dans ce document pourront faire l'objet de modifications sans pravis. Aucune partie de ce document ne peut tre reproduite ou transmise quelque fin ou par quelque moyen que ce soit, Page 1 Table des matires 1 - Les diffrents logiciels de CAO 3 Diagramme: Les relations entre logiciels ... 4 Informations concernant le fichier d'aide CHM ... 5 Prsentation de WINSCHEM ... 5 Installation ... 5 Dsinstallation ... 6 2
wintypon + empreinte.pdfManuel de prsentation: Wintypon & Empreinte ( Version 7.0, fvrier 2007 ) Bienvenue dans le monde de l'lectronique et de la conception assiste par ordinateur ... Note: Windows est une marque dpose de Microsoft Corporation. Les informations contenues dans ce document pourront faire l'objet de modifications sans pravis. Aucune partie de ce document ne peut tre reproduite ou transmise quelque fin ou par quelque moyen que ce soit, lectronique ou mcanique, sans la permission expresse et crite de Micrelec. Page 1 Table des matires 1 - Les diffrents logiciels de CAO Diagramme: Les liaisons entre les logiciels ... 4 3 2 - Logiciel WINTYPON 5 Remarques sur le fichier d'aide CHM ... 5 Prsentation de WINTYPON ... 5 Installation ... 6
WinUPA.pdfA B C D E F G 1 H I J K 4 L M N 2 O P Q SWITCH 1 1 FLT1 S4 S1 Valeur 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Switch capot 11 3 X1 8 3 S2 Valeur F1-F2 2 X Fusibles 3.15A 5X20 3 S3 4 X2 12 H1 Palpeur outil Bute Z Bute Y Bute X 4 14 5 BRH 1 6 5 PEN1 8 3 7 13 10 6 7 12 11 10 13 TRANS 1 7 Broche 600W 8 VENT 1 9 ELECTRO 1 Moteur X Moteur Y Moteur Z Electro aimant 24V PK264-E20BPK264-E20B PK264-E20B Ventillateur 24V DC 11 16 15 Transfo torrique Pri:220V 2*25V 6A SEC 10 ETRI MODEL 299DS A MECACEL Moulin Trochard 77120 Coulommiers CABLAGE INTERNE UPA2 Peigne UPA 2 Dessin le : Modifi le : Par : 12/04/2002 12/04/2002 C.LARGY 01 01 Masse du chassi doit tre relier la carte et la machine 1 2
X25097.pdf8K X25097 DESCRIPTION 1024 x 8 Bit 5MHz Low Power SPI Serial E2PROM with IDLockTM Memory FEATURES 5MHz Clock Rate IDLockTM Memory --IDLock First or Last Page, any 1/4 or Lower 1/2 of E2PROM Array Low Power CMOS --<1mA Standby Current --<3mA Active Current during Write --<400mA Active Current during Read 1.8V to 3.6V, 2.7V-5.5V or 4.5V to 5.5V Operation Built-in Inadvertent Write Protection --Power-Up/Power-Down Protection Circuitry --Write Enable Latch --Write Protect Pin SPI Modes (0,0 & 1,1) 1024 x 8 Bits --16 Byte Page Mode Self-Timed Write Cycle --5ms Write Cycle Time (Typical) High Reliability --Endurance: 100,000 Cycles/Byte --Data Retention: 100 Years --ESD: 2000V on all pins 8-Lead TSSOP Package 8-Lead SOIC Package 8-Lead PDIP Package The X25097 is a CMOS 8K-bit serial E2PROM, internally organized as 1024 x 8. The X25097 features a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) and software protocol allowing operation on a simple four-wire bus. The bus signals are
X28C256.pdfX28C256 256K X28C256 5 Volt, Byte Alterable E2PROM 32K x 8 Bit FEATURES DESCRIPTION The X28C256 is an 32K x 8 E2PROM, fabricated with Xicor's proprietary, high performance, floating gate CMOS technology. Like all Xicor programmable nonvolatile memories the X28C256 is a 5V only device. The X28C256 features the JEDEC approved pinout for bytewide memories, compatible with industry standard RAMs. The X28C256 supports a 64-byte page write operation, effectively providing a 78s/byte write cycle and enabling the entire memory to be typically written in less than 2.5 seconds. The X28C256 also features DATA and Toggle Bit Polling, a system software support scheme used to indicate the early completion of a write cycle. In addition, the X28C256 includes a user-optional software data protection mode that further enhances Xicor's hardware write protect capability. Xicor E2PROMs are designed and tested for applications requiring extended endurance. Inherent data retention is greater than 100 ye
X28C64.pdfX28C64 64K X28C64 5 Volt, Byte Alterable E2PROM DESCRIPTION 8K x 8 Bit FEATURES 150ns Access Time Simple Byte and Page Write --Single 5V Supply --No External High Voltages or VPP Control Circuits --Self-Timed --No Erase Before Write --No Complex Programming Algorithms --No Overerase Problem Low Power CMOS --60mA Active Current Max. --200A Standby Current Max. Fast Write Cycle Times --64 Byte Page Write Operation --Byte or Page Write Cycle: 5ms Typical --Complete Memory Rewrite: 0.625 sec. Typical --Effective Byte Write Cycle Time: 78s Typical Software Data Protection End of Write Detection --DATA Polling --Toggle Bit High Reliability --Endurance: 100,000 Cycles --Data Retention: 100 Years JEDEC Approved Byte-Wide Pinout The X28C64 is an 8K x 8 E2PROM, fabricated with Xicor's proprietary, high performance, floating gate CMOS technology. Like all Xicor programmable nonvolatile memories the X28C64 is a 5V only device. The X28C64 features the JEDEC approved pinout
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