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CD Questions Reply to Thread. Jul 6, 1. Mar 24, 21, 2, I have a feeling I’m missing the obvious, something really, really obvious. The datasheet says there is a way, cd406be neglects to mention how. Jul 7, 2. Aug 7, 4, How do we ignore the first C?? Sorry- not much help. Jul 7, 3.

CMOS Decade Counter/Divider With Decoded 7-Segment Display Outputs And Display Enable

Apr 14, 7, I find it very unusual that I could find no circuits that use CD in a digital clock, or any examples of how to use it to divide by 12 or Jul 7, 4. I’m wondering if there is a sadistic sense of humor by a TI engineer way back when.

Guess I’ll use the segments. Still, I have to wonder what the heck they were thinking with the “Ungated C segment”.

Jul 7, 5. Jul 7, 6. Jul 17, 22, 1, If you wanted to reset the display after ‘6’, you could look for the rising edge of the ‘b’ output; as the b output is low for displaying 5 and 6, but high otherwise – with the exception of if display enable goes low. Jul 7, 7. IMHO, this part was not designed to be used in a time clock, or if the designers were intending to include features to allow it to be used as such, they screwed up. I have included a simulation using CDs that counts from 1 through 12 and then repeats.


The CD does not have outputs which allow this implementation. The CD is a Johnson counter like a CD, but its outputs are decoded to drive a seven segment display. Note that in my CD implementation, the LSD reset state is called “1”, because that’s what a clock does.

The CD does not allow reassigning counter states like I did here, because the 7 segment decodes are hard-wired, with the reset state of the counter decodes as zero. Bill, if you figure out how to use the CD in a digital clock, please post your circuit!

Jul 7, 8. Dec 8, Maybe look at this. Digital watch 5 paragraphs above second picture. Jul 8, 9. Jul 8, Jul 9, I am currently recovering from a bad case of hoof in mouth disease. Ron, I googled this for around two days with no luck. I still think it isn’t obvious, however it looks like I’ll get there. I have a good example of a 12 Hour counter, but I still would like to figure out a 24 Hour version.

I’ll start with a 99 minute counter, then add the mod that makes it 60 hours. I’m still not clear what datasheef type D FF does, but I will figure it out now I have an example in front of me.

I wrote cd40026be author of the wrist watch article a thanks, he mentioned having different old data book that explained how it was done.

Frankly that datasheet that seems to be all that daatasheet available on the web sucks. Google kept referring me back to my own articles. This isn’t the datssheet time that happened, Google loves AAC. At least now I can help other people who may have similar problems.

Apr 5, 18, 3, Datashete Bill, I have been looking around, but had no luck. OK, first I’ve done the simple counter, it works. I’m going to measure LED currents, I am still not confident of the lack of resistors.

Seems to work OK so far though. After that add the to convert it to a counter. He does this by delaying the carry out of the tens counter by one clock cycle using a D FF, which makes the vd4026be of the FF go high when the tens count gets to 6.


At this time, the ones counter is at 9, so the combination instantly rolls over to 00 when the count hits If 24 hours is reached, hours digits reset.

URL here At the very bottom. Maybe a scheme for reset after 6 clock pulses. Seen it a couple days ago. Forgot to include in my previous post. Maybe helpful, maybe not. This guy is doing it the same way though, you can not use the segments to tell when 24 count has been reached since the LEDs are being driven directly by the I’ll try this, then I’ll try the other.

Jul 10, Okay one more then I’ll stop.

IC CD Pinout, Description, Circuit & Datasheet

Maybe you can get something from it. Hope I’m not being a pest. You have advance the project substantially, for which I thank you. I don’t feel the need to reinvent the wheel in the slightest. Questions Posted by Robin Mitchell in forum: You May Also Like: What is the TLS 1. How does this security protocol differ from SSL?

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