Digikey and Ztex new (?) circuit

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KenBar

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I was putting an order together in the April/May 2002 Digikey catalog and noticed that they had a chip for under 1 buck that is programmable and functions down to .8 volts. This is specifically for LED circuits for flashlights and/or displays on devices the blurb said.

This was in the transistor section ( very beginning of second section) and in the ZTX groups. Anyone had any experience with this? It said it was new for XTX.

I was going to toss in an order for a dozen to play with although it said a demo was available. This almost seems too cheap.
 

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don't work like that...

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KenBar

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Good grief!
You would think after looking at that thread all those months I would have remembered..
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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by papasan:
ahh...when you said programable i thought you meant and eprom or some such...<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

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Just a matter of time...
 
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