Serial Keyboard Encoder Suits Many Apps

Feb. 1, 2000
Designed for use in applications where complicated keyboard protocols are not required and asynchronous serial interface hardware is available, the SerialCoder serial keyboard encoder is offered as a low-power, cost-effective off-the-shelf solution.

Designed for use in applications where complicated keyboard protocols are not required and asynchronous serial interface hardware is available, the SerialCoder serial keyboard encoder is offered as a low-power, cost-effective off-the-shelf solution. The device has a typical power consumption of less than 2 nA, typical, at 5V and 25°C.Other features of the keyboard encoder include self power management and the ability to power down should the keys be held down for an abnormally long period.

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