Max6816 datasheet

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You will need to read long datasheets, improvise around problems, and extract information from obscure sources. You will need to apply material from many of the courses you have already taken. You will have to find solutions on your own from incomplete specifications. The MAX6816/MAX6817/MAX6818 are single, dual, and octal switch debouncers that provide clean interfacing of mechanical switches to digital systems. They accept one or more bouncing inputs from a mechanical switch and produce a clean digital output after a short, preset qualification delay.