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Old November 6th 03, 07:47 AM
Alain Corgnet
 
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Default Tachometer Texas SN29736

I am looking for Texas SN29736 integrated circuit( no information on TI
site )
This circuit is used in most european car tachometers

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Old November 13th 03, 09:00 AM
Alain Corgnet
 
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No answer to this request !
Is this circuit unknown ?

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Alain

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I am looking for Texas SN29736 integrated circuit( no information on TI
site )
This circuit is used in most european car tachometers

Regards

Alain




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Old November 13th 03, 10:19 PM
Franc Zabkar
 
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Default Tachometer Texas SN29736

On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 09:00:38 +0100, "Alain Corgnet"
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No answer to this request !
Is this circuit unknown ?


I can't help you except to say that the LM2917/LM2907 was a popular
8-pin frequency-to-voltage converter of that time. Perhaps your TI
chip is similar. The SN29 prefix suggests that this IC may have been a
custom part.

Try http://www.national.com/ds/LM/LM2907.pdf

BTW, if you search the archives at http://groups.google.com you will
find that many others have had trouble locating the same data.

Regards

Alain

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I am looking for Texas SN29736 integrated circuit( no information on TI
site )
This circuit is used in most european car tachometers

Regards

Alain





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