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Monostable Multivibrators - INTEGRATED CIRCUIT TTL DUAL MONOSTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR 16-LEAD DIP -- NTE74221Supplier: Amsyx
Description: INTEGRATED CIRCUIT TTL DUAL MONOSTABLE MULTIVIBRATOR 16-LEAD DIP
- Logic Family: Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL)
Description: INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DTL MONO MULTIVIBRATOR 14 LEAD DIPShow More
Supplier: Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc.
Description: DTL silicon planar epitaxial monolithic integrated circuits for digital systems.
- Supply Voltage: Other
- IC Package Type: DIP, Other
- Operating Temperature: -67 to 257 F
Supplier: Newark / element14
Description: Multivibrator Logic IC; Logic Case Style:DIP; No. of Pins:14; Logic Type:Multivibrator; Mounting Type:Through Hole; No. of Circuits:1; Package / Case:14-DIP; Series:7400
- IC Package Type: DIP
Supplier: Festo Corporation
Description: AS-i module VAEM-S6-S-FAS-8-8E Fieldbus interface=(* Plug, M12x, 4-pin, * Socket M12x1/4-pin), Device-specific diagnostics=(* Short-circuit / overload, inputs, * Undervoltage, * Via periphery error:), Assembly position=Any, Max. number of valve positions=(* 4 with bistable valves, * 8Show More
Supplier: E-T-A Circuit Breakers Ltd.
Description: Monostable power relay for single pole disconnection with a variety of versions available. Due to the possible combinations of the different configurations as well as due to different modes of mounting the power relay D1 is suitable for many applications
- Mounting: Bracket (Flange) Mount
- Pole Specifications: Single Pole (SP)
- Maximum Current: 300 amps
- DC Coil Voltage: 12 to 48 volts
Amplifier and Comparator Chips - CA32604MHz, BiMOS Operational Amplifier with MOSFET Input/CMOS Output -- CA3260Supplier: Techwell, Inc.
Description: Can be Swung 0.5V Below Negative Supply Rail CMOS Output Stage Permits Signal Swing to Either (Or Both) Supply Rails Pb-Free Available (RoHS Compliant) Description CA3260A and CA3260 are integrated circuit operational amplifiers that combine the advantage of both CMOS and bipolar transistorsShow More
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A low-power CMOS ASK clock and data recovery circuit for cochlear implants
In this paper, a low-power CMOS ASK clock and data recovery (CDR) circuit is designed for cochlear implants based on the proposed monostable circuit under CMOS 0.18 m technology.
Systematic Generation of Monostable and Counting Bistable Circuits
generating monostable circuits and bistab!e circuits with the count- ing property froni a given dc bistable configuration.
Adaptation by stochastic switching of a monostable genetic circuit in Escherichia coli
We show here that stochastic switching of a monostable circuit can mediate the adaptation of the engineered OSU12‐hisC Escherichia coli strain to histidine starvation.
Junction-transistor bootstrap linear-sweep circuits
One form of monostable circuit described is par- ticularly precise in operation, the timing duration being defined by the comparison of an accurate linear voltage sweep waveform with a reference potential by means of a transistor blocking oscillator com- parator.
Automatic check synchronizing equipment using static relaying principles
7.2) Unbalance in Source Voltages The effect of unbalance in source voltages was that, with 5 % unbalance, pulse circuit 1 was not able to trigger the monostable circuit , and thereby prevented operation; this feature is due to the slip cycle …
A new mode of operation-a controlled monostable tunnel-diode circuit
Consider the main differences between the tunnel- diode binary, bistable, monostable , , and present con- trolled monostable circuits .
Arduino Electronics Blueprints
The monostable circuit is quite simple in construction, and it consists of three timing electronic components—the 555 timer IC, R3, and C1.
A new capacitive strain measuring circuit
They can be purchased in the form of discrete monostable circuits with the minimum of necessary external components.
Standard Handbook of Electronic Engineering, Fifth Edition > Pulsed Circuits and Waveform Generation
As soon as the emitter junction of T 2 becomes forward-biased, the monostable circuit changes its state again and the circuit remains in that state until another trigger signal is applied.