Touchstone Semiconductor has released a silicon timer that uses only 1µA of supply current, which it claims is 15 times less than its closest competitor.
Designated the TS3002, Touchstone's silicon timer IC operates from supply voltages down to 1V. The TS3002 is simple to program as it requires just one resistor and one capacitor. Frequency out period drift is a very low 0.044%/°C. It is available in the space saving TDFN-8 package.
- Ultra Low Supply Current: 1µA at 25kHz
- Supply Voltage Operation: 0.9V to 1.8V
- FOUT Period Drift: 0.044%/°C
- PWMOUT Duty Cycle Range: 12% to 90%,
- Single Resistor and Capacitor Set Output Frequency
Pricing: Starts at $0.90 each in 1,000 piece quantities.
Availability: Stock and ready to ship from Touchstone's worldwide distributor Future Electronics.
Datasheet: Click here.