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Hi 1.) Use an transistor monostable circuit 2.) e.g CD4538 use an one-shot Monostable multivibrator either transistor, or 555, or such 555 is cheap, widely available, and reliable, and can provide up to 200mA
hi i am trying to understand subcircuit of IR1167 in the first attachment and second datasheet so that i can try to design that schematic in LTspice there is a component called as oneshot or MOT(minimum ON time) block what i can use in the place of that block Attaching docs related to this below 102163 102164[/AT
Look NOR Gate Monostable................ The one-shot Monostable multivibrator ok i got it but i cont understand this point As both plates of the capacitor are now at logic level "0",
Hi Guys, I tried my hands in simulating a simple one shot monostable multivbator in Spectre. I am getting the wrong output for some reason. Is it because the trigger signal is too short? I put it at 1us pulse width. Even when I changed it to 10us, I still don't get the correct output. I tried to vary the RC element which should determine the Tau
Hi, Those who use to work with triacs and thyristors may like to know about my AC zero-crossing detector (I already uploaded versions of it in the files section of Electronics_101 and LTspice groups). As you will see, it differs from the already known equivalent solutions as follows: (1) Its falling edge is within 100us (typically less) in
It might help you to draw out the expected input and required output waveforms, and perhaps some of the envisioned intermediate steps. This might make things clearer in your mind. Your fixed width output pulse wants a "one-shot" or "monostable multivibrator", presumably with a non-retriggerable input option. (...)
There appears to be a wide variation in available pulse-stretching duration in the 74HCT123 one-shot (monostable multivibrator) devices. The one I have on hand (Texas Instrument) will provide no more than 120mS, and I need up to 2 seconds. Some datasheets are ambiguous and some claim microseconds through "infinity". (...)
i designed a monostable multivibrator using 555 timer. I want to see the waveform of the single shot waveform in CRO ? how is it possible. Some one said that trigger of oscilloscope can be utilized. how can it be utilized ?
Are you absolutely sure that all of the resistors and capacitors on these two boards are identical? Is your circuit operating at a high clock rate? The 74HC123 is a dual monostable multivibrator (single shot mv). Unless the discrete components are different/defective on one board, the two boards should work the same if (...)
I need a one shot monostable multivibrator package that gives a ON pulse of duration 0.6 to 1.2 microsec on applying trigger signal.
Monostable multivibrator has one state calle dquasi stable state, in which it is one shot transfer input, and so called stable