AC243004 - 

Demonstration Board, Parasitic Power, 11AA160

AC243004 - Demonstration Board, Parasitic Power, 11AA160

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The AC243004 is a UNI/O bus parasitic power demo board designed to illustrate how a standard half wave rectifier and capacitor circuit can be used to parasitically extract power for a UNI/O device from the SCIO signal. AN1213 powering a UNI/O bus device through SCIO. This reduces the number of connections necessary for adding a UNI/O device to your application down to two SCIO and Vss. The board is designed to interface with MPLAB serial memory starter Kit, but the included test points allow you to interface the board with any application through the use of test leads.
  • 11AA160, 16 Kbit UNI/O serial EEPROM, featuring 1.8V to 5.5V operation
  • Schottky diode and 4.7µF capacitor for extracting power parasitically
  • Test points for application or oscilloscope connections
  • Headers for interfacing with standard .300"-wide DIP sockets


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2 UNI/O Bus Parasitic Power Demo Boards, User Guide Insert

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Parasitic Power
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