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'Anyone uses Seiko S807/S808 voltage detectors (muc'
2000\04\13@133802 by mike

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On Thu, 13 Apr 2000 15:45:05 GMT, in sci.electronics.components you
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>In sci.electronics.components Peter <spam_OUTz180TakeThisOuTspamnospam23.com> wrote:
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>> These detectors are about $0.30 - about 1/3 of the price of even cheap
>> alternatives from Maxim like the MAX6806!!
>> I am going to double-track the PCB to take the Max6806 as well...
>
>Hi Peter,
>
>As John said, the Motorola unit appears to be the same as the Seiko. You
>might also want to take a look at Microchip's voltage detectors, MCPxxx,
>they are reasonably priced. Going to Maxim because of a supply
>shortage curiously reminds me of frying pans and fires..
>
>Best regards,
http://www.findchips.com found the following :

Future/Active/FAI (Top of page)
Part Number  Associated Part Number  In Stock  Price (USD$)
Qty to
Order
MC33464N-45CTR
MPQ: 3000  MC33464N-45CTR, S-80845ALMP-EA9-T2  
In stock : Yes  
Prices US$ 3000 - 9000 : 0.42  
12000 - 15000 : 0.41  
18000 - 21000 : 0.39  
24000 - 27000 : 0.39  
30000 - + : 0.38  
 
RS (rshttp://www.com) do the Motorola parts.

Note that the MCP devices have an internal delay. I think they are
footprint compatable with the Motorola & Seiko chips.

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