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'[SX:] SX52 heat?'
2003\11\10@201241 by Josh Koffman

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Since this is my first time running a SX52 at 50MHz, I don't really know
- how hot does it regularly run? Mine is more than a bit warm, and I
don't know whether or not to be concerned.

Thanks,
Josh
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2003\11\10@223834 by stanton54

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Mine ran, well, more than a bit warm...
Take a look at the current consumption in the data sheet.
Now work out the temperature.
I'd consider running the thing at 75 MHz a bit unwise :)

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2003\11\10@231245 by Jinx

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> Since this is my first time running a SX52 at 50MHz, I don't
> really know - how hot does it regularly run? Mine is more than
> a bit warm, and I don't know whether or not to be concerned.

SX do run quite warmish. The first time I put a couple of SX18s
on a board the un-heatsunk 7805 got red-hot. Something you'd
never even normally bother to check with PICs

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