siemens Package Outlines PLCC
Abstract: No abstract text available
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PLCC441
23Sfc
IABID122X
siemens Package Outlines PLCC

1999  C80F
Abstract: CX5 marking
Text: SN74LVC1G80DBVT Reel of 3000 SN74LVC1G80DCKR Reel of 250 SN74LVC1G80DCKT TOPSIDE MARKING (2) _ _ , design guidelines are available at www.ti.com/sc/package. DBV/DCK: The actual topside marking has one additional character that designates the assembly/test site. YZP: The actual topside marking has three , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 85 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKRE4 ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 3000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 85 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR

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SN74LVC1G80
SCES221Q
24mA
C80F
CX5 marking

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: SN74LVC1G80DBVT SN74LVC1G80DCKR SN74LVC1G80DCKT TOPSIDE MARKING (2) _ _ _CX_ C80_ CX_ Package drawings , www.ti.com/sc/package. DBV/DCK: The actual topside marking has one additional character that designates the assembly/test site. YZP: The actual topside marking has three preceding characters to denote year, month , ) (C805 ~ C80F ~ C80R) (C805 ~ C80F ~ C80R) (C805 ~ C80F ~ C80R) (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR

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SN74LVC1G80
SCES221Q
24mA
000V
A114A)
A115A)

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Eco Plan Lead/Ball Finish MSL Peak Temp (2) (6) (3) Op Temp (Â°C) Device Marking , (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKRG4 ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 3000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKTE4 ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 250

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SN74LVC1G80
SCES221R
24mA

2003  motorola hc12
Abstract: hc11 HC12 motorola hc11 timer of motorola hc12 HC12S HC12 Family HC12instruction HCS12 microcontroller 10HC11
Text: potential situations which can occur: A timer interrupt flag ( CxF in TFLG1) may read an incorrect value if , the result early, before the bit has been set. See Figure 2 and note when the CxF bit is set in the TFLG1 register versus when it is read. The HC11 takes two cycles to read the TFLG1 register so the CxF , INPUT PAC VALUE $WXYZ $FFFF $FFFF CxF BIT IN TFLG1 0 1 PxOVF BIT IN PxFLG 0 0 Figure 2. Sequence of Events Required for Missing the Timer Flag in an HC12 or HCS12 MCU( CxF

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EB611/D
16bit
motorola hc12
hc11
HC12
motorola hc11
timer of motorola hc12
HC12S
HC12 Family
HC12instruction
HCS12 microcontroller
10HC11

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Eco Plan Lead/Ball Finish MSL Peak Temp (2) (6) (3) Op Temp (Â°C) Device Marking , (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKRG4 ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 3000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKTE4 ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 250

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SN74LVC1G80
SCES221R
24mA

2003  1L02H
Abstract: 0F74B 68HC912D60A HC12 ID16 MC68HC912D60A 68HC912D60 motorola zc
Text: as the pulse accumulator (and same type of event). 2. Clear the appropriate CxF in the timer , write it to the PAC. 5. Execute 1 NOP. 6. Read CxF in the timer interrupt flag register. If , captured it). Read CxF in the timer interrupt. 4 MSE912D60A_1L02H Motorola MSE912D60A_1L02H Enable Input capture & clear CxF Update PAC Read PAC & store as "Old PAC" Calc next PAC value

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MSE912D60A
1L02H
68HC912D60A
1L02H
MC68HC912D60A
0F74B.
0F74B
68HC912D60A
HC12
ID16
MC68HC912D60A
68HC912D60
motorola zc

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , 50% duty cycle. Each singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with , transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by reducing , times as large as CxF . The output capacitor (CO) can be selected from 5times to 50times larger than

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TPS60100
SLVS213C
200mA
TPS60100EVMâ

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , cycle. Each singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the , , the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency , to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor (CO) can be selected from 8times to 50

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TPS60111
SLVS216B
150mA
10mVpp
TPS60110EVMâ

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: ° phase shift. Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with , ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in , noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest , input current. CIN is recommended to be about two to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216B
150mA
10mVpp

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: ° phase shift. Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with , capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest , input current. CIN is recommended to be about two to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
150mA
10mVpp

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: ° phase shift. Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with , capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest , input current. CIN is recommended to be about two to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
10mVpp

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its , , the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by , times as large as CxF . The output capacitor (CO) can be selected from 5times to 50times larger than

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TPS60100
200mA
SLVS213C
200mA

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: Eco Plan Lead/Ball Finish MSL Peak Temp (2) (6) (3) Op Temp (Â°C) Device Marking , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKRE4 ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 3000 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR , 1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR) SN74LVC1G80DCKT ACTIVE SC70 DCK 5 250 Green (RoHS & no Sb/Br) CU NIPDAU Level1260CUNLIM 40 to 125 (CX5 ~ CXF ~ CXK ~ CXR

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SN74LVC1G80
SCES221R
24mA


1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its charge to CO. While one singleended charge , singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its , transfer capacitors ( CxF ) is the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by reducing the

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TPS60110
300mA
SLVS215C
300mA
10mVpp
TPS60110EVM132)

2003  1L05H
Abstract: Specification Quartz Crystals 8Mhz 16MHz quartz RESONATOR 16MHz quartz 68HC912DG128C HC12 ID16 MSE912DG128C
Text: pulse accumulator (and same type of event). 2. Clear the appropriate CxF in the timer interrupt , it to the PAC. 5. Execute 1 NOP. 6. Read CxF in the timer interrupt flag register. If , captured it). Read CxF in the timer interrupt. 4 MSE912DG128C_1L05H MOTOROLA MSE912DG128C , capture & clear CxF Update PAC Read PAC & store as "Old PAC" Calc next PAC value & write it to

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MSE912DG128C
1L05H
68HC912DG128C
0K51E.
1L05H
Specification Quartz Crystals 8Mhz
16MHz quartz RESONATOR
16MHz quartz
68HC912DG128C
HC12
ID16

1999  LMK212BJ105KG
Abstract: TPS60110 TPS60110PWP TPS60110PWPR T494series SLMA0002
Text: . Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to , cycle. Each singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the , capacitors ( CxF ) is the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by reducing the input

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TPS60110
300mA
SLVS215B
TPS60110
LMK212BJ105KG
TPS60110PWP
TPS60110PWPR
T494series
SLMA0002

1999  LMK212BJ105KG
Abstract: TPS60110 TPS60111 TPS60111PWP TPS60111PWPR T494series
Text: into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its charge to CO. While one , cycle. Each singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the , capacity, output noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
150mA
10mVpp
TPS60110EVM132)
LMK212BJ105KG
TPS60110
TPS60111
TPS60111PWP
TPS60111PWPR
T494series

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: ° phase shift. Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with , capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest , input current. CIN is recommended to be about two to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
150mA
10mVpp

1999  LMK212BJ105KG
Abstract: LMK212BJ225MG TPS60101 TPS60101PWP TPS60101PWPR TPSC475035R0600
Text: charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its , its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its charge to CO. While one singleended , transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by reducing

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TPS60101
100mA
SLVS214A
TPS60100EVM
LMK212BJ105KG
LMK212BJ225MG
TPS60101
TPS60101PWP
TPS60101PWPR
TPSC475035R0600

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its , , the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by , times as large as CxF . The output capacitor (CO) can be selected from 5times to 50times larger than

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TPS60101
100mA
SLVS214A

1999  LMK212BJ105KG
Abstract: TPS60110 TPS60111 TPS60111PWP TPS60111PWPR
Text: into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its charge to CO. While one , cycle. Each singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the , capacity, output noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
150mA
10mVpp
TPS60110EVM132)
LMK212BJ105KG
TPS60110
TPS60111
TPS60111PWP
TPS60111PWPR

1999  capacitor cf 502
Abstract: LMK212BJ105KG TPS60110 TPS60111 TPS60111PWP TPS60111PWPR
Text: 180° phase shift. Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series , capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest. The input capacitor improves , to be about two to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor (CO) can be selected from 8

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
10mVpp
TPS60110EVM
capacitor cf 502
LMK212BJ105KG
TPS60110
TPS60111
TPS60111PWP
TPS60111PWPR

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its charge to CO. While one singleended charge , singleended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with the input to transfer its , transfer capacitors ( CxF ) is the smallest. The input capacitor improves system efficiency by reducing the

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TPS60110
300mA
SLVS215B
300mA
10mVpp
TPS60110EVM132)

1999  Not Available
Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: ° phase shift. Each single ended charge pump transfers charge into its transfer capacitor ( CxF ) in one half of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is placed in series with , capacitor ( CxF ) in onehalf of the period. During the other half of the period (transfer phase), CxF is , noise requirements, and mode of operation. Generally, the transfer capacitors ( CxF ) will be the smallest , input current. CIN is recommended to be about two to four times as large as CxF . The output capacitor

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TPS60111
150mA
SLVS216A
150mA
10mVpp
