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Facts about "MC14500B - Motorola"
base frequency1 MHz (0.001 GHz, 1,000 kHz) +
core voltage5 V (50 dV, 500 cV, 5,000 mV) +
core voltage tolerance5 % +
designerMotorola +
familyMC14500 +
first announced1976 +
first launched1976 +
full page namemotorola/mc14500/mc14500b +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
ldate1976 +
main imageFile:MC14500BCP.jpg +
main image caption1-bit MC14500BCP +
manufacturerMotorola +
market segmentIndustrial +
max case temperature398.15 K (125 °C, 257 °F, 716.67 °R) +
max storage temperature423.15 K (150 °C, 302 °F, 761.67 °R) +
min case temperature218.15 K (-55 °C, -67 °F, 392.67 °R) +
min storage temperature208.15 K (-65 °C, -85 °F, 374.67 °R) +
model numberMC14500B +
nameMotorola MC14500B +
part numberMC14500BCL +, MC14500BCP + and MC14500BAL +
power dissipation0.5 W (500 mW, 6.705e-4 hp, 5.0e-4 kW) +
technologyCMOS +
word size1 bit (0.125 octets, 0.25 nibbles) +