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Old 18th June 2013, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default Simple NE555 timer question

I found out that I bought a car that doesn't have catalytic converters, so I'm going to build this:

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It calls for a NE555 timer. Can I buy a NE555DT. What does DT stand for, digital timer, maybe? Or will the NE555P work?

Sorry, too ask such n00b questions.
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DT means a surface mount package. P means plastic through hole stand DIP.
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Thanks, how about N, maybe just out of curiosity?
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do you have the datasheet?
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