The C161K/O is a derivative of the Infineon C166 Family of full featured single-chip CMOS microcontrollers. It combines high CPU performance (up to 12.5 million instructions per second) with peripheral functionality and enhanced IO-capabilities. The C161K/O is especially suited for cost sensitive applications.
Description These circuits consist of four independent, high gain, internally frequency compensated operational amplifiers. They operate from a single power supply over a wide range of voltages. Operation from split power supplies is also possible and the low power supply current drain is independent of the magnitude of the power supply voltage.
Encased in ceramic package
High reliability against soldering heat and mechanical stress
Low Profile Type (1.8 mm maximum in thickness)
Designed for reflow soldering
Flat-bottom plate for better mountings
Since the 1996 model year, North American automobiles have been required to provide an OBD, or On Board Diagnostics, port for the connection of test equipment. Data is transferred serially between the vehicle and the external equipment using this connection, in a manner specified by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) standards. In addition to operating at different voltage levels, these ports also use a data format that is not compatible with the standard used for
The ELM337 provides a convenient means to interface standard photocells or light dependent resistors (LDRs) to digital logic circuits. It provides an input comparator with hysteresis, line frequency filtering, digital delays, and high current output drivers all within the one 8 pin package.
Three mode setting pins configure the ELM337 for pulse or continuous output and for a delay on
change of from 1 msec to 10 minutes. The transition threshold is set with a
The ELM334 is an integrated circuit for remotely monitoring the position of electrical contacts (on a garage door, for example) and reporting the position by way of coloured LEDs. A two-wire interface is all that is needed to convey the position of the door to two remotely located LEDs, and to also provide pushbutton control for an electric opener if desired.
This circuit is able to monitor the state of one or two position sensing switches, provide debouncing of the
Description The ELM382 is a digitally configurable, multi stage counter circuit in a single 8 pin package. When connected to a 50Hz source, four time periods from one hour to one week are possible, as shown in