I have been using and tinkering with a 4060 IC as part of learning various electronics. And I have one and it feels like I am missing some understandi ng on how things really work.
Using this IC:
I cannot figure out how to set the resistor and capacitor on pins 9,10,11 a nd get a true understanding of what is going on.
In the data sheet it has
?O: pin 9 ?(with overbar)O: pin 10 ?I: pin 11
I'm looking to get clarification on how these pins really work. How do I se t the values to get the timing I am looking for on the Q outputs?
I have an example with
|---100N--------pin 9 | |---133k--------pin 10 | |---1M6---------pin 11
Thats a 100N cap on pin 9, 133k resistor on pin 10 and 1M6 resistor on pin11 all connected to each other.
And was told this will give the chip a 34Hz operation and 1/34Hz * 2^13 sec onds for the pulse rate on Q14 with this configuration. Approx 4 minutes on Q14
First question: How do you actually calculate the Hz operation from those c omponent values on pins 9,10,11?
And is the formula correct for figuring out the pulse rate of a Q output?
How does one figure out how to change the clock Hz with the cap and resisto r values? As I cannot seem to find this data in the datasheet.
The ?O abbreviation was this intended to be called (Phi output?) and l ikewise for ?I (Phi Input?). Any background info why the Phi symbols w ere used? And not sure what to call the Phi with the overbar.
I have been spending some significant time going over this and feel like I am missing information in order to be able to really understand how this ch ip works. Even dug through a pile of 4060 descriptions but have been unable to figure out the above. I realize there may be other 4060 IC's but I have this on hand and in use so would like to understand this IC to better my u nderstanding of the other parts of the existing project using this IC.
Assistance would be amazing.