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Discussion in 'Electronic Components' started by Chaos Master, Feb 18, 2004.

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  1. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    I opened a dead caller ID device today, and started to look for
    datasheets of components. I've found of the main DTMF IC (HT9170,
    Holtek), but I can't identify what are those:

    CNR070271K (ZN1 - looks like either Zener or MOV) - Google gives 0
    2A104K (capacitor? not electrolytic, methinks, as it's not round)
    F-358M (the M may as well be a /1 as it's a really tiny surface mount

    PS: I am accessing from Google Groups as seems to be
    shot (refuses passwords). Duh.
  2. A simple 100nF capacitor. The 104 is 1 and 0 followed by four 0 and
    with pF as the unit.
    Probably a 3.58MHz ceramic oscillator or crystal.
    Are you a participant of the "DFNNetNews" project (DNN)? If not, you
    should not be using any more. As announced in July 2003
    the server has now been split and you should probably
    be using the server.

    See < >.
  3. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Thanks. I remembered seeing this "syntax" for capacitor names in a
    clock radio, but I didn't remember how it was correct.
    Exact. Reading the datasheet for HT9170 (Holtek IC, main DTMF decoder)
    it became clear.
    I was using 'til Monday (16/02). I've sent a
    "subscription request" to the folks but nah,
    nothing. I had my account since 2001. :(
  4. You don't need to resubscribe. Just change the address from to They probably hasn't
    answered because they are drowning in requests from users that
    haven't read the announcement or understood it.
  5. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Eu não acredito que Goran Larsson escreveu:
    It was because I subscribed using my old e-mail account.
    I changed the server and it seems to work OK right now.
    At least I can read offline using Gravity!

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