AD:SV2000 Video Generator IC

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The SV2000 uses 9600 baud rate and 8N1 serial protocol. Any received ASCII characters are printed on screen, except for commands that begin
with the escape code (ASCII 27). When the cursor reaches the right lower corner, the existing text is scrolled up one line. On power up, the SV2000 starts with the last saved text and state.
Tiny 8 Pin DIP Package Generates RS170 (US NTSC Compatable) and CCIR (EU PAL Compatible) monochrome video 16x9 character display 9600,8,N,1 TTL level Normal or inverted mode Save/Restore Screen function 3 Programmable Fonts Simple connection to PC serial port +5V, typical consumption 12 mA typical, 25 mA maximum
Ken www.speechchips.com
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