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Semtech SX8120 SX8121 LED and motor timer-controllers

11/22/2010 11:13 AM EST
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sharps_eng
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re: Semtech SX8120 SX8121 LED and motor timer-controllers
sharps_eng   11/27/2010 7:56:47 PM
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I am puzzled by the assertion 'no inductor' when the diagram shows one boosting the LED drive? Useful little chap though, handy auto-power-off timer for battery test equipment...

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Kinnar   11/22/2010 2:08:19 PM
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This product will surely be proven great for small consumer products and will also help reducing the sizes of it as the article says, but it will also find many new areas where it will get most suited. The greatness is this has got ample amount charge usage as it works upto 0.9V

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