Touchstone Semiconductor, a developer of low-power, high-performance analog integrated circuit solutions, today announced that the following video “Comparing Touchstone’s TS3004 to CMOS555 Timers” has been added to the Touchstone Video Channel. The channel features tutorial videos that discuss design ideas and practical applications for Touchstone’s high performance, low power analog ICs.
The newest video features a face-off between Touchstone’s TS3004 timer and the CMOS 555 timer. The video looks at the issues around using the ICs in ultra-long life, low-frequency battery-powered/portable applications where a low supply current is a requirement. The video is also available as a white paper.
Other new videos include:
• The TS9002 Comparators’ Hysteresis is Easily Adjustable!
• TS7003 Analog-to-Digital Converter: How to Use the Shutdown Feature to
• TS3002 Timer: Configuring a Voltage Controlled Oscillator is Super Easy!
• Output High Voltage Error Budget Analysis for the Touchstone TS1100 Current Sense Amplifier.
• Output High Voltage Error Budget Analysis for the Touchstone TS1103 Bi-Directional Current Sense Amplifier
• Using a Touchstone Viperboard for Data Acquisition From Low-Power Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) Part 1 and 2
The Touchstone Video Channel hosts a mix of videos by its applications and design engineering team members. Design ideas and application notes about analog and semiconductor technology are presented in areas such as industrial control, consumer electronics, handheld and portable instrumentation and power management. The videos are also available on YouTube.
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