19058Re: ForcePowerAlwaysOn and IC equivalence
- Jun 19, 2007Just in case you don't know VCC is VDD and GND is VSS.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mark Smith" <marksmith@...>
> The Dallas DS1233-10 should work fine for this. It has a different
> than the Microchip part I used in the wiki description so just besure to
> connect the correct pin to the appropriate points on the circuitboard.
> Check the two data sheets you referenced to determine which pin iswhich.
> My picture is using the -D pinout which can be found at the top ofsheet one
> of the microchip data email@example.com] On
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:nslu2-
> Behalf Of Olivier Guilyardipurpose we
> Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 3:24 PM
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> Subject: [nslu2-linux] ForcePowerAlwaysOn and IC equivalence
> We are trying to make a slug restart after power-loss. For this
> to wire the "Alternative 1" as explained on:
> http://www.nslu2- <http://www.nslu2-
> linux.org/wiki/HowTo/ForcePowerAlwaysOnfind here in
> Unfortunately, the Microchip MCP120 component is rather hard to
> France (and our schedule forbids overseas ordering). But accordingto the
> wiki10 to be
> page the Dallas DS1233 is an equivalent, and we did find the DS1233-
> available for fast delivery in France.to the
> According to the following references, the DS1233-10 seems similar
> But I'm no specialist of this kind of thing...
> Could anyone confirm that the DS1233-10 should be a good equivalent?
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