An Introduction of the CD4060BMT Counter

Introduction

The CD4060BMT counter comprises an oscillator section as well as 14 counter stages with ripples. The oscillator configuration permits the design using either RC as well as Crystal oscillator circuits. RESET input is included that resets the counter back to all-O’s condition and also disables the oscillator. A high value of the RESET line triggers its reset purpose. Counter stages are master-slave flip-flops. The counter’s state is advanced by one step in binary order based on the negative shift (O). All outputs and inputs are completely buffered. Schmitt trigger on the in-pulse lines allows infinite input-pulse rise and fall time. The CD4060BMT counter is general use and is suitable for control counters, timers, frequency dividers, and as well as time-delay circuits.

Features

12 MHz clock speed at 15 V

Common reset

Completely static operation

Outputs, inputs, and buffered outputs

Schmitt trigger input-pulse line

Tested 100% for quiescent currents at 20 V

Asymmetrical, standardized output characteristics

Parametric ratings are available for 5V and 10V

Diagram

Diagram

CAD Model

Symbol

Symbol

 

PCB Footprints

PCB Footprints

3D Models

3D Models

Specifications

Supply Chain

Factory Lead Time – 6 Weeks

Physical

Number of Pins – 16

Weight – 141.690917mg

Technical

Operating Temperature –   -55°C~125°C

Circuits of CD4060BMT

Circuits of CD4060BMT

Alternative Models

CD4060BMG4, CD4060BM96, CD4060BM

Where to Use CD4060BMT?

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