View Full Version : Dallas Semiconductor DS1392 / DS1393

08-14-2005, 09:45 AM
I'm looking for a timer / counter that will give me hundredths of a second. I don't care about time. I would prefer a counter in integer yielding hundredths of a second since power on. I'm trying to time events for 4 items which have random independant starts and finishes. So I'll have 8 photo sensors. I would like to use a BS2. The Dallas DS1392/3 appears to fit.
It requires a 3 wire interface.·Has anyone used this device? How would I interface it to a BS2? Thank you.·

08-15-2005, 05:30 AM
I would like to know to how to as well


08-15-2005, 07:34 AM
I checked into the DS1393 and it is in a micro package. The pins are .007". Overall package is .119" square.
Also, DS1603 looks interesting, but it outputs Binary. Never worked with Binary time. Has anyone worked with Binary output?