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1999\10\07@151258 by Peter Keller

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Hi
is there anybody who has programmed the RTC DS1307Z in C ?
Peter

1999\10\08@100641 by - KITS EDUCACIONAIS NACIONAIS

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Peter Keller wrote:
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> Hi
> is there anybody who has programmed the RTC DS1307Z in C ?
> Peter

The CCS has a example!!! It works fine!!!  What's meaning for 'Z'?

1999\10\08@134929 by Peter Keller

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Thanks
The one on CCS's examples is for the DS1302, which has a 3-wire bus,
compared to the DS1307Z with a 2-wire bus.

DS1307Z replaces the former DS1307. It's still the same device and
withsame functions.
Peter

WF AUTOMACAO - KITS EDUCACIONAIS NACIONAIS schrieb:

> Peter Keller wrote:
> >
> > Hi
> > is there anybody who has programmed the RTC DS1307Z in C ?
> > Peter
>
> The CCS has a example!!! It works fine!!!  What's meaning for 'Z'?

1999\10\08@181819 by Jerry Iacobucci

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Is that the real time clock.

I think I fried my DS1307 when I put 5 volts to the battery input instead of
battery voltage approx. 3 volts.  It would not oscillate the clock after
that.

I got a DS1629 part which has temperature and clock, and got that to work
with CCS C compiler.  I think the same code would work.  Dallas combined the
DS1307 clock and the DS1621 chips into one DS1629.  Only problem I had was
that it only comes as an SMD part.

1999\10\09@010244 by Peter Keller
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The DS1307Z Datasheet says +5V for Vcc and max. +3B for Vbatt. It runs without
Vbatt, but not without Vcc.
You are right, The DS1629 uses the same protokol (2-wire bus).
Thanks

Jerry Iacobucci schrieb:

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1999\10\13@142130 by Bruce Holmen

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>From the DS1307/DS1308 datasheet the suffix's are;

DS1307        8-pin DIP
DS1307Z        8-pin SOIC (150-mil)
DS1307N        8-pin DIP (IND)
DS1307ZN        8-pin SOIC (IND)
DS1308        36-pin BGA
DS1308N        36-pin BGA (IND)

I was unable to find the DS1307 or DS1307N at Newark.  Are they
available elsewhere?

Thanks

Bruce Holmen



>Peter Keller wrote:
>>
>> Hi
>> is there anybody who has programmed the RTC DS1307Z in C ?
>> Peter
>
>The CCS has a example!!! It works fine!!!  What's meaning for 'Z'?
>

1999\10\13@143544 by Fansler, David

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Try http://www.alliedelec.com <http://www.alliedelec.com> .  I purchase Dallas
product from them.  Just checking at
www.alliedelec.com/cart/partdisplay.asp?PartNumber=6712000
<http://www.alliedelec.com/cart/partdisplay.asp?PartNumber=6712000>  shows
they have 66 in stock at $2.30 each.

David V. Fansler
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TriPath Imaging, Inc. (Formerly AutoCyte, Inc)
336-222-9707 Ext. 261
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<http://www.mindspring.com/~dfansler>   Updated September 23, 1999


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