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TCN75 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided monitoring. All registers can be read by the host and the INT/CMPTR output's polarity is user programmable. Both polled and interrupt driven systems are easily accommodated. Small physical size, low installed cost and ease of use make the TCN75 an ideal choice for implementing sophisticated system...
MCP9803 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Timeout logic for improved system reliability. Small physical size, low installed cost, and ease of use make the MCP9803 an ideal choice for implementing sophisticated temperature system management schemes in a variety of applications. 2-wire I ²C ™/SMBus Compatible Interface. SMBus Timeout...
MCP3221 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided current and standby current of 250 µA and 1 µA respectively. Low current consumption combined with the small SOT-23 package make this device ideal for battery powered and remote data acquisition applications. Communication to the MCP3221 is performed using a 2-wire I2C ™Compatible...
6UA-02425 ASAP Semiconductor MS-OPEN VALUE SUBSCRIPTI Not Provided WIN SMALL BUS CAL STE 2008 ALL VLIC LNG OLV NL EACH PLATFORM DEV
6UA-01668 ASAP Semiconductor MS-OPEN VALUE SUBSCRIPTI Not Provided WIN SMALL BUS CAL STE 2008 ALL VLIC LNG OLV NL EACH ENT USER CAL
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    Small computer systems interface (SCSI) is an intelligent I/O parallel peripheral bus with a standard, device-independent protocol that allows many peripheral devices to be connected to the SCSI port. A single SCSI bus can drive up to eight devices or units: the host adapter or controller
  • Receiving Inspection of Data Bus Couplers
    Checking MIL-STD-1553 data bus couplers at receiving inspection just got simpler. By using the DBT100A, a coupler can be functionally checked in a matter of seconds for continuity, opens, shorts, phasing and cor¬rect operation. It is ideally suited for large or small volume testing. All tests
  • Interfacing PIC18 MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    AN1183 Interfacing PIC18 MCUs with UNI/O TM Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs The main features of 11XXX serial EEPROMs are: Author: Chris Parris * Single I/O pin used for communication Microchip Technology Inc. * EEPROM densities from 1 Kb to 16 Kb * Extremely small packages * Bus speed from 10 kHz up
  • Recommended Usage of Microchip UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    The majority of embedded control systems require nonvolatile memory. Because of their small footprint, byte level flexibility, low I/O pin requirement, low-power consumption and low cost, serial EEPROMs are a popular choice for nonvolatile storage. Microchip Technology has addressed this need
  • SMBus Communication for Small Form Factor Device Families
    C8051F3xx and C8051F41x devices are equipped with an SMBus serial I/O peripheral that is compliant with both the System Management Bus Specification and the I2C-Bus Specification. The SMBus is a bi-directional, 2-wire interface capable of communication with multiple devices. A typical SMBus
  • Using a Timer to Interface Mid-Range PIC(R) MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
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  • Interfacing Baseline PIC(R) MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
    AN1174 (R) Interfacing Baseline PIC MCUs with UNI/O TM Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs The main features of the 11XXX devices are: Author: Chris Parris * Single I/O pin used for communication Microchip Technology Inc. * EEPROM densities from 1 Kb to 16 Kb * Extremely small packages INTRODUCTION * Bus
  • Using C and a Timer to Interface 8051 MCUs with UNI/O(TM) Bus-Compatible Serial EEPROMs
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