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General purpose timer [GTIMER-1]

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G-timer1 time - counter is an application of ASC-14250 chip that is a time - counter of general use.

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Excl. Tax: €21.57 Incl. Tax: €26.75
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G-timer1 time - counter is an application of ASC-14250 chip that is a time - counter of general use. It has 8 function-modes that cover numerous occasions demanding the counting of time. For the beginning of counting it has a Trigger line. It has a serial output for the drive of 1-digit display to make programming easy. For the storage of the functioning parameters of the timer it is used an external serial memory EEPROM 24C04. The advantage of this memory is that it is non-volatile that is it doesn't lose data when disconnecting the power-supply.

The mathematical expression of time relative to the parameters of the program is:
T count=Τinternal+[K*L*384(256-B)/XTAL]

Where Β= [0-255], Κ= [0-255], L= [0-65535], XTAL is the crystal frequency. Tinternal equals 300 μsec.

For help in calculations the program G-Timer1 module parameters calculator program [GTIMER-VB] (Windows* Application) is provided.

*Windows: Trade mark of Microsoft Corporation.

The PCB of this KIT is provided separately for anyone who wants to build the devices using his components and reducing the cost.

Technical Details
Operation modes
1 digit display drive
Serial protocol
Voltage supply
Current Consumption (idle)
9 mA
Current Consumption (relay enabled)
Relay contacts
0.3A/60 VDC
Relay enable tine
6 msec
Relay disable tine
3 msec
Microcontroller supervisor
RC / 1232 Wathcdog
95 x 58 mm

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SKU K14250
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