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Since the LM comparator chip is too small for an indication of the pins to be printed, the datasheet has an illustrated figure, a pinout, which shows the location and function of each pin.

In a general sense, an analog voltage lm393nn chip is like a small voltmeter with integrated switches. Terry Ligard is a fourth year mechanical engineering student at the University of Alberta.

Information on the LM Comparator Chip for Use in Robotic Circuits

This datadheet the LM suitable with a 9 V battery, since this battery has a voltage range of approximately 5 V to 10 V. The discussion on the LM comparator chip, which is frequently used by robot builders, is directed to those who are interested in building a light sensing robot, but is still useful for all who wish to incorporate a voltage comparator chip in their robot.


Although there are different models of voltage comparator chips, I will discuss a very common comparator, the LM Each voltage comparator chip has a datasheet that includes important information about features of the part and how it is an improvement over previous models of that part. Undoubtedly, the most significant information about a comparator chip is how to dtaasheet the pins to the rest of the components in a circuit.

Terry has several months of experience building electromechanical transporters. When building your own robot on a solderless breadboard, one of the components of the robot will be its brains. The datasheet provided for the LM states that it has an optimal voltage range of 2 V to 36 V.

It measures voltages at two different points and compares the difference in quantity of voltage. These are called pins.

However, if the first point has a lower voltage than the second point, the switch is turned off. Engineers find the datasheet very km393n, as it indicates specific aspects of the comparator that were not present before.


If the first point has a higher voltage than the second point, the switch is turned on. Datasheets for the LM can be downloaded here: If you inspect the LM comparator, you will notice metal wires that stick out.

The figure to the right shows the pinout for the LM comparator.