19 years ago
if anyone here could help me identify it. I'm planning to use it on my
robot as supply protection for the pc motherboard driving it. I could go
and buy a new board, but it seems a shame not to use this one...
It's a small, square and double-sided pcb, about 5cm to a side, with two
three legged transistor-shaped components labelled "TICK 106D TI C" and a
"TL7770-5C" voltage monitor ic mounted in between them. It's got spaces for
ten resistors and two capacitors, and has external contacts labelled "0v",
"+5v", "+12v", "12v fault" and "5v Fault". The top of the board is labelled
"monitoring under/over voltage" and the board also has a manufacturers
Even with all this info, I've spent ages trawling google with no luck. All
I need to find out is who manufactured it, because then I can get a
datasheet and find out what values of capacitors and resistors I need to add
in order to make it work. Alternatively, if anyone here's used one of these
before, could they possibly tell me how to use it?
Can anyone help?