I'd like to use TLC555 <http://www.ti.com/product/TLC555> for anapplication which requires an operating temperature range of -40°C to85°C.
I didn't undertstand if I could use a 3.3V single-supply with package -QD(part number TLC555QDRQ1).
On datasheet (http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tlc555-q1.pdf) it's shownin table that VDD from 5V to 15V occurs to supply this component; but onthe same datasheet, there is an other table where it's shown that I cansupply this component with a VDD from 2V-to 15V.
Can I use a VDD = 3.3V as single-supply of TLC555QDRQ1 or do I have tochoose another package?
It depends on which specs you use:
EE since 1975 It's just a simple application of Ohm's Law . .. Former employee of Bristol Aerospace, Interdiscom, Burroughs/Unisys, Iris Systems, C-MAC ....
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