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LTC6993-1 Staircase Generator with Reset

Aug 7th 2014
The LTC®6993 is a monostable multivibrator (also known as a “one-shot” pulse generator) with a programmable pulse width of 1μs to 33.6 seconds. The LTC6993 is part of the TimerBlox® family of versatile silicon timing devices. ...

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LTC6993-1 Consecutive Test Sequencer

Aug 7th 2014
The LTC®6993 is a monostable multivibrator (also known as a “one-shot” pulse generator) with a programmable pulse width of 1μs to 33.6 seconds. The LTC6993 is part of the TimerBlox® family of versatile silicon timing devices. ...

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Pulse Staircase Ramp Generator

Aug 6th 2010
This design highlights the use of the LTC6993-2 and LT1490 to generate a pulse staircase ramp that is re-triggerable. The pulse staircase ramp output is generated by the LT1490 dual op amp converts pulse frequency-to-voltage and generates a staircase output. The LTC6993-2 is then configured to reset the staircase.The LTC6993-2 ...

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Consecutive Test Sequencer

Aug 6th 2010
This circuit highlights the use of LTC6993 Monostable Pulse Generator and LTC6994 Delay Block/Debouncer in a consecutive test sequencer application. This example is configured to provide a one second duration sequential test pulses after an initial delay. The initial delay is provided by the LTC6994 and the consecutive one second ...

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On-Time Programmable Pulsed Solenoid Driver

Aug 6th 2010
The LTC6993 is a monostable multivibrator (also known as a “one-shot” pulse generator) with a programmable pulse width of 1μs to 33.6 seconds. The LTC6993 is part of the TimerBlox family of versatile silicon timing devices. A single resistor, RSET, programs an internal master oscillator frequency, setting the LTC6993’s ...

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Acoustic Thermometry Measures Temperature To 0.1 Degree

Dec 1st 1990
Start Clock Launches Acoustic Pulse into Measurement Path, Sets Width Decode Flip-Flop High. Acoustic Paths Return Pulse, Amplified by Receiver, Trips Trigger, Resetting Flip-Flop. Resultant “Q” Width Output, Representing Path’s Temperature Dependent Transit Time, is Converted to Temperature Reading by Microprocessor. ...

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