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The linear constant current regulator (CCR) is a simple, economical and robust device designed to provide a cost−effective solution for regulating current in LEDs.
The Microchip MCP112 voltage trigger is the direct drop-in replacement for the fabled Panasonic 1381x voltage trigger used in our SolarEngine circuitry.
This very configurable voltage monitor chip offers more flexibility than the 1381 series of detectors, at more complexity of setup.
This Hex inverter chip with Schmidt trigger inputs is often used for Microcore-style circuits.
The 74AC240 is an octal (8-channel) inverter buffer chip, or better known as The Bicore IC.
This 74HCT240 octal (8 channel) inverter chip is more power efficient than the AC series, but can't drive as heavy loads. This makes it more suitable for solar BEAM applications.
The 74AC245 is an octal (8 channel) buffer chip that simply strengthens the current output of a signal. Great for small-motor driving!
The LM339 is very similar to the LM324 but with open collector outputs.
The LM393 is a dual-comparator chip that is the heart of the popular "Sandwich bot" project in the book "Robot Building for Beginners"
A 28 pin 8 bit microcontroller in a DIP package as used on the Sumovore Atmel Brainboard add-on.
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