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'[EE] OK to operate at the absolute max rating?'
2008\07\15@100811 by Bob Blick

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Tag changed. This is not really [PIC] anymore.

On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 09:57:48 -0400, "Olin Lathrop"
<spam_OUTolin_piclistTakeThisOuTspamembedinc.com> said:
> Martin wrote:
> > I think he actually wants FETs due to his using 3.3v. It's kind of
> > futile to make recommendations though.
>
> FETs would be easier to drive, but bipolars would be lower cost.
>
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2008\07\15@104342 by Martin

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Driving FETs with a PIC is not [PIC]?


Bob Blick wrote:
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2008\07\15@111216 by Tamas Rudnai

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> Driving FETs with a PIC is not [PIC]?

Maybe, but talking about which tag is that is definitely [ADMIN] <grin>

Tamas



On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 3:43 PM, Martin <martinspamKILLspamnnytech.net> wrote:

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2008\07\15@114009 by Bob Blick

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You're right, I was just itchy to use my new powers and they misfired,
sorry :)

Cheerful regards,

Bob


On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 10:43:15 -0400, "Martin" <EraseMEmartinspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTnnytech.net> said:
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2008\07\15@175715 by Jinx

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> You're right, I was just itchy to use my new powers and they misfired,
> sorry :)

You admins all have secret X-Men names as well ?

2008\07\15@203130 by Apptech

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Bob says this should be in [EE], so ... :-)


> On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 09:56:52AM -0400, Olin Lathrop
> wrote:
>> > A GPS unit installed in an artillery shell  ...

>> The Signetics 25120 used to be a great little part for
>> post-mortem data
>> logging applications for such weapons systems.

If you can find what it's embedded in.

>> I'm pretty sure they are not
>> currently in production though.

> They are actually, I bought up all the old tooling for
> them and can
> produce them in small quantities along with a wide range
> of products for
> timekeeping applications.

Data sheet

   http://academics.vmi.edu/ee_js/Research/IC_Datasheets/digital_cmos/Write%20Only%20Memory.pdf

Also

   www.yeraze.com/images/articles/20060327130350386_1_original.jpg
   http://www.yeraze.com/images/articles/20060327130350386_2_original.jpg



           RM


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