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Datasheet Intersil ID82C59A

Datasheet Intersil ID82C59A

Part NumberID82C59A

CMOS Priority Interrupt Controller


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    82C59A Datasheet
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    82C59A FN2784
    Rev 6.00
    Sep 8, 2015 CMOS Priority Interrupt Controller
    The Intersil 82C59A is a high performance CMOS Priority
    Interrupt Controller manufactured using an advanced 2m
    CMOS process. The 82C59A is designed to relieve the
    system CPU from the task of polling in a multilevel
    priority system. The high speed and industry standard
    configuration of the 82C59A make it compatible with
    microprocessors such as 80C286, 80286, 80C86/88,
    8086/88, 8080/85 and NSC800. Features The 82C59A can handle up to eight vectored priority
    interrupting sources and is cascadable to 64 without
    additional circuitry. Individual interrupting sources can be
    masked or prioritized to allow custom system configuration.
    Two modes of operation make the 82C59A compatible with
    both 8080/85 and 80C86/88/286 formats. 80C86/88/286 and 8080/85/86/88/286 Compatible Static CMOS circuit design ensures low operating power.
    The Intersil advanced CMOS process results in performance
    equal to or greater than existing equivalent products at a
    fraction of the power. Fully Static Design Pb-Free Plus Anneal Available (RoHS Compliant) 12.5MHz, 8MHz and 5MHz Versions Available High Speed, “No Wait-State” Operation with 12.5MHz
    80C286 and 8MHz 80C86/88 Pin Compatible with NMOS 8259A Eight-Level Priority Controller, Expandable to
    64 Levels Programmable Interrupt Modes Individual Request Mask Capability Fully TTL Compatible Low Power Operation
    -ICCSB 10A Maximum ...



Package28 Ld CERDIP
Package IndexF28.6


Features12.5MHz, 8MHz and 5MHz Versions Available, High Speed
Qualification LevelQML Class V (space)

Moldel Line

Series: 82C59A (23)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Space & Harsh Environment > Harsh Environment > Microprocessors and Peripherals
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