Hello, I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of 4000 rpm. I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, what is the value for C12? Thank you, Miguel

# On-board Oscillator with CMOS 4046

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Reply by ●May 12, 20142014-05-12

"Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... Hello, I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of 4000 rpm. I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, what is the value for C12? Thank you, Miguel *** You can find the datasheet at: http://www.alldatasheet.com/ petrus bitbyter

Reply by ●May 12, 20142014-05-12

On Monday, May 12, 2014 6:53:48 AM UTC-4, petrus bitbyter wrote:> "Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht > > news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... > > > > Hello, > > I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). > > For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of > > 4000 rpm. > > I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, > > what is the value for C12? > > Thank you, > > Miguel > > > > *** > > You can find the datasheet at: > > http://www.alldatasheet.com/ > > > > petrus bitbytertry 200 pF.

Reply by ●May 12, 20142014-05-12

<haiticare2011@gmail.com> wrote in message news:ebb372e2-fc4d-46b9-8032-b2b8daf06f47@googlegroups.com...> On Monday, May 12, 2014 6:53:48 AM UTC-4, petrus bitbyter wrote: >> "Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht >> >> news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... >> >> >> >> Hello, >> >> I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). >> >> For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of >> >> 4000 rpm. >> >> I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, >> >> what is the value for C12? >> >> Thank you, >> >> Miguel >> >> >> >> *** >> >> You can find the datasheet at: >> >> http://www.alldatasheet.com/ >> >> >> >> petrus bitbyter > > try 200 pF.Try 12nF. I think the OP is after 400 - 4000 cycles per minute (rpm), not cycles per second (Hz). Andy

Reply by ●May 12, 20142014-05-12

In article <uomdnR_pV8_Ba-3OnZ2dnUVZ8mmdnZ2d@brightview.co.uk>, abartlett@nospam.net says...> > <haiticare2011@gmail.com> wrote in message > news:ebb372e2-fc4d-46b9-8032-b2b8daf06f47@googlegroups.com... > > On Monday, May 12, 2014 6:53:48 AM UTC-4, petrus bitbyter wrote: > >> "Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht > >> > >> news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... > >> > >> > >> > >> Hello, > >> > >> I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). > >> > >> For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of > >> > >> 4000 rpm. > >> > >> I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, > >> > >> what is the value for C12? > >> > >> Thank you, > >> > >> Miguel > >> > >> > >> > >> *** > >> > >> You can find the datasheet at: > >> > >> http://www.alldatasheet.com/ > >> > >> > >> > >> petrus bitbyter > > > > try 200 pF. > > > Try 12nF. I think the OP is after 400 - 4000 cycles per minute (rpm), not > cycles per second (Hz). > > Andyright, so divide by 60 and you have your Hz. looks like 6.666 to 66.666 Hz. Jamie Jamie

Reply by ●May 12, 20142014-05-12

<haiticare2011@gmail.com> wrote:> On Monday, May 12, 2014 6:53:48 AM UTC-4, petrus bitbyter wrote: >> "Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht >> >> news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... >> >> >> >> Hello, >> >> I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). >> >> For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of >> >> 4000 rpm. >> >> I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, >> >> what is the value for C12? >> >> Thank you, >> >> Miguel >> >> >> >> *** >> >> You can find the datasheet at: >> >> http://www.alldatasheet.com/ >> >> >> >> petrus bitbyter > > try 200 pF.And then try something else. Perhaps a pattern will eventually start to show.

Reply by ●May 13, 20142014-05-13

On Tue, 13 May 2014 01:46:10 GMT, Ralph Barone <address_is@invalid.invalid> wrote:><haiticare2011@gmail.com> wrote: >> On Monday, May 12, 2014 6:53:48 AM UTC-4, petrus bitbyter wrote: >>> "Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht >>> >>> news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... >>> >>> >>> >>> Hello, >>> >>> I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). >>> >>> For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of >>> >>> 4000 rpm. >>> >>> I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, >>> >>> what is the value for C12? >>> >>> Thank you, >>> >>> Miguel >>> >>> >>> >>> *** >>> >>> You can find the datasheet at: >>> >>> http://www.alldatasheet.com/ >>> >>> >>> >>> petrus bitbyter >> >> try 200 pF. > >And then try something else. Perhaps a pattern will eventually start to >show.I do believe there are nomographs in the datasheet. ...Jim Thompson -- | James E.Thompson | mens | | Analog Innovations | et | | Analog/Mixed-Signal ASIC's and Discrete Systems | manus | | San Tan Valley, AZ 85142 Skype: Contacts Only | | | Voice:(480)460-2350 Fax: Available upon request | Brass Rat | | E-mail Icon at http://www.analog-innovations.com | 1962 | I love to cook with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food.

Reply by ●May 13, 20142014-05-13

On 5/12/2014 11:43 PM, Jim Thompson wrote:> On Tue, 13 May 2014 01:46:10 GMT, Ralph Barone > <address_is@invalid.invalid> wrote: > >> <haiticare2011@gmail.com> wrote: >>> On Monday, May 12, 2014 6:53:48 AM UTC-4, petrus bitbyter wrote: >>>> "Miguel Cardoso" schreef in bericht >>>> >>>> news:14019b3d-041b-4193-936f-486551e88d37@googlegroups.com... >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> Hello, >>>> >>>> I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). >>>> >>>> For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of >>>> >>>> 4000 rpm. >>>> >>>> I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, >>>> >>>> what is the value for C12? >>>> >>>> Thank you, >>>> >>>> Miguel >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> *** >>>> >>>> You can find the datasheet at: >>>> >>>> http://www.alldatasheet.com/ >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> petrus bitbyter >>> >>> try 200 pF. >> >> And then try something else. Perhaps a pattern will eventually start to >> show. > > I do believe there are nomographs in the datasheet. > > ...Jim Thompson >But the spread about the typical value is slooooopppppyyyyyy. Cheers Phil Hobbs -- Dr Philip C D Hobbs Principal Consultant ElectroOptical Innovations LLC Optics, Electro-optics, Photonics, Analog Electronics 160 North State Road #203 Briarcliff Manor NY 10510 hobbs at electrooptical dot net http://electrooptical.net

Reply by ●May 28, 20142014-05-28

Segunda-feira, 12 de Maio de 2014 10:48:52 UTC+1, Miguel Cardoso escreveu:> Hello, > > I need help to determine the value of VR2 and C12 (pin 6 and 7). > > For my project I need a base frequency of 400 rpm and a running speed of 4000 rpm. > > I also determine a R26 (pin 11) at 10k for a 100k VR1. With these values, what is the value for C12? > > Thank you, > > MiguelI had to change the speed to 1Hz (60rpm) and 10Hz (600rpm) With these values, what is the value for VR2 and C12?