HTB Datasheet, HTB Holtek DTMF Generators Datasheet, buy HTB DTMF IC. serial mode whereas the HTB contains a selectable serial/parallel mode interface for various applications such as security systems. HTA/HTB DTMF Generator With Serial Interface Features. Operating voltage: V~V Serial mode for the HTA Serial/parallel mode for the.

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When the IC is operating in the parallel mode, these pins become floating.

HT9200B Datasheet PDF

He recommends Holtek B. Additional supplementary information with regard to packaging is listed below. I have searched the internet far and wide for the past few days and I have come up blank. I think what you want is an IC that takes something the arduino can talk to easily, like serial, i2c, etc. Hi Guys, I just received my Arduino in the post a few days ago and have been having great fun with it.

Holtek reserves the right to alter its products without prior notification. Here is some code I wrote for that chip. Read times previous topic – next topic. However, Holtek assumes no responsibility arising from the use of the specifications described. I’d really appreciate your help on this. As for the control timing diagram, refer to Figure 1. Thus, these data input pins should not float. As this information may be updated at regular intervals users are reminded to consult the Holtek website for the latest version of the package information.


The oscillator function can be implemented by Connect a standard 3. I don’t think this is the ideal IC for your purpose, because it’s set up to receive inputs from a key numeric pad.

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Then the input data codes should be determined. I promise to post start a build log for my alarm as soon as I know I can do it Ah, I took another look at the datasheet and you’re right.

I think the serial interface would suit perfectly with the arduino but I may be wrong. The information appearing in this Data Sheet is believed to be accurate at the time of publication. Thanks in advance for any help.

HTB Datasheet PDF – Holtek Semiconductor

X Y 1 I am currently building a burglar alarm with 2 PIR sensors from sparkfun. The relationship between the digital codes and the tone output frequency is shown in Table 1. Actually, I think it may be a little complex to use serial mode after viewing this document. It has a serial and a paralell dafasheet. I have these working so on to my next problem. I know I’ve seen threads from other people trying to interface Arduino to DTMF, maybe there’s a solution out there that you could adapt.

HTB Datasheet(PDF) – Holtek Semiconductor Inc

Dimensions in mm Min. The relationship between the digital codes and the tone output frequency is illustrated in Table 2. As for the control timing diagram, see Figure 2. The applications mentioned herein are used solely for the purpose of illustration and Holtek makes no warranty or representation that datashete applications will be suitable without further modification, nor recommends the use of its products for application that may present a risk to human life due to malfunction or otherwise.


These are stress ratings only. Functional operation of this device at htt9200b conditions beyond those listed in the specification is not implied and prolonged exposure to extreme conditions may affect device reliability.

Would I just connect the data pin ht9200bb the IC to the pin 1 of my arduino to send the serial data to it? X Y Pad No. Still no tutorials however. Thanks for any insight. Every digit of a phone number to be transmitted is selected by a datasbeet of inputs which consist of 5-bit data. Both modes produce the same basic tone pairs for digital dialing, corresponding to the keys: Below is a datasheet for my IC and I have spent many hours trying to get this to work To get it to work, you’ll have to get the arduino to mimic the electrical behavior caused by the capacitance change that happens when you press one of those buttons.

I’m probably doing everything wrong as I am more of a programmer than electronic satasheet.

When the IC is operating in the serial mode, this pin becomes floating.