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Philips Semiconductors Linear Products. The monolithic timing circuit is a highly stable controller capable of producing accurate time delays, or oscillation.

In the time delay mode of operation, the time is precisely controlled by one external resistor and capacitor. For a stable operation as an oscillator, the free running frequency and the duty cycle are both accurately controlled with two external resistors and one capacitor. The circuit may be triggered and reset on falling waveforms, and the output structure can source or sink up to mA. Turn-off time less than 2.

Timing from microseconds to hours. Operates in both astable and monostable modes. Temperature stability of 0. D, N, FE Packages. Pin numbers are for 8-Pin package. Maximum allowable power dissipation. Operating ambient temperature range. Lead soldering temperature 10sec max. The junction temperature must be kept below C for the D package and below C for the FE, N and F packages.


C, where this limit would be derated by the following factors: Drift with supply voltage. Rise time of output. Fall time of output. Supply current when output high je555n 1mA less. This will determine the max value of R.

Specified with trigger input high. Time measured from a positive going input pulse from nd555n to 0.


Propagation Delay vs Voltage. Level of Trigger Pulse. All resistor values are in. AC Coupling of the Trigger Pulse. Due to the nature of the trigger circuitry, the timer will trigger on datasneet negative going edge of the input pulse.

For the device to time out properly, it is necessary that the trigger voltage level be returned to some voltage greater than one third of the supply before the time out period. This can be achieved by making either the trigger pulse sufficiently short or by AC coupling into the trigger. By AC coupling the trigger, see Figure 1, a short negative going pulse is achieved when the trigger signal goes to ground.


AC coupling is most frequently used in conjunction with a switch or a signal that goes to ground which initiates the timing cycle. Should the trigger be held low, without AC coupling, for a longer duration than the timing cycle the output will remain in a high state for the duration of the low trigger signal, without regard to the threshold comparator state.

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This is due to the datasheeg of Q. When the trigger signal then returns to a high level, the output will fall immediately. Thus, the output signal will follow the trigger signal in this case.

Another consideration is the “turn-off time”. To explain further, Q. These steps cause the 2. Also, a delay comparable to the turn-off time is the trigger release time. When the trigger is low, Q.

This trigger release time is very important in designing the trigger datashert width so as not to interfere with the output signal as explained previously. Search field Part name Part description.