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    The CD4047B is capable of operating in either the monostable or astable mode. It requires an external capacitor (between pins 1 and 3) and an external resistor (between pins 2 and 3) to determine the output pulse width in the monostable mode, and the output frequency in the astable mode.

    4047 IC Applications

    • Frequency discriminators
    • Timing circuits
    • Time-delay applications
    • Envelope detection
    • Frequency multiplication
    • Frequency division

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    7 Responses to "4047 Datasheet"

    1. i want a circuit that uses a relay to turn on my inverter set up when the grid goes off

    2. Is there any way to steady squarewave to sinewave with ic 4047:

    3. Just saw the site . I will try a few of the projects and will let you the results. Thanks

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    5. Schema este interesanta.
      Te rog sa-mi spui daca exista calculator pentru acest 4047 cum exista pentru 555 ? Calculand dupa formula nu reusesc sa-l fac sa-mi scoata frecventele dorite.Cred ca are niste limite care nu-mi permit sa jonglez cu R si C in asa fel incat sa obtin 32 KHz si respectiv 42 KHz pe 10 si pe 11.Stiu ca R nu trebuie sa fie mai mica de 10k.
      Daca imi poti trimite un link cu Calculatorul ti-as fi indatorat.
      Multumesc anticipat.

    6. What max frequency can 4047 attain on pin 10 & 11, and for the formula f=1/(8.8*rc) should r be considered in ohms and capacitance in microfarad or farad. For eg. if r=1k and c=0.1 mfd. Plz……

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