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From: "s falke"
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Subject: Re: How to get CMOS counter to drive a relay?
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Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 15:51:47 GMT
> >>DaveC wrote:
> >>>What's the simplest method to get a Fairchild CD4020/40/60 counter to
> The way I would do this is to use a solid state relay. NEC has several
> to choose from. They will provide the isolation and drive the load
> directly, so you don't need the relay at all. It will go directly from
> the logic level to the AC (or DC) with just a current limiting resistor
> on the input. No need for a FET either.
Another source is CP Clare.
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