Application Note 211 | Page 4 1.1 Dispensing of 90 % glycerol and distilled water using air cushion pipettes Within these experiments, 100 µl of a 90 % glycerol solution were aspirated using either a 100 µl pipette (Eppendorf Reference) or a 100–1000 µl pipette (Eppendorf Research). In order to determine the difference between the two Master documentation index table for User Application Notes. A filter by Title key word (search) function to narrow results. App Notes category also includes Design Guides and Reference Designs. ®Interfacing the X9241 E2POT Digital Potentiometer to 8051 Microcontrollers Application Note July 11, 2005 AN1151.0 Author: Gray Creager 1 CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge; follow proper IC Handling Procedures.

This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241. Application Note 211 | Page 4 1.1 Dispensing of 90 % glycerol and distilled water using air cushion pipettes Within these experiments, 100 µl of a 90 % glycerol solution were aspirated using either a 100 µl pipette (Eppendorf Reference) or a 100–1000 µl pipette (Eppendorf Research). In order to determine the difference between the two Application Note 211 | Page 4 1.1 Dispensing of 90 % glycerol and distilled water using air cushion pipettes Within these experiments, 100 µl of a 90 % glycerol solution were aspirated using either a 100 µl pipette (Eppendorf Reference) or a 100–1000 µl pipette (Eppendorf Research). In order to determine the difference between the two This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241. This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241.

Application Note 211 | Page 4 1.1 Dispensing of 90 % glycerol and distilled water using air cushion pipettes Within these experiments, 100 µl of a 90 % glycerol solution were aspirated using either a 100 µl pipette (Eppendorf Reference) or a 100–1000 µl pipette (Eppendorf Research). In order to determine the difference between the two ®Interfacing the X9241 E2POT Digital Potentiometer to 8051 Microcontrollers Application Note July 11, 2005 AN1151.0 Author: Gray Creager 1 CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge; follow proper IC Handling Procedures. Master documentation index table for User Application Notes. A filter by Title key word (search) function to narrow results. App Notes category also includes Design Guides and Reference Designs. ®Interfacing the X9241 E2POT Digital Potentiometer to 8051 Microcontrollers Application Note July 11, 2005 AN1151.0 Author: Gray Creager 1 CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge; follow proper IC Handling Procedures. Application Note 211 | Page 4 1.1 Dispensing of 90 % glycerol and distilled water using air cushion pipettes Within these experiments, 100 µl of a 90 % glycerol solution were aspirated using either a 100 µl pipette (Eppendorf Reference) or a 100–1000 µl pipette (Eppendorf Research). In order to determine the difference between the two

This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241. ®Interfacing the X9241 E2POT Digital Potentiometer to 8051 Microcontrollers Application Note July 11, 2005 AN1151.0 Author: Gray Creager 1 CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge; follow proper IC Handling Procedures.

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Master documentation index table for User Application Notes. A filter by Title key word (search) function to narrow results. App Notes category also includes Design Guides and Reference Designs. Master documentation index table for User Application Notes. A filter by Title key word (search) function to narrow results. App Notes category also includes Design Guides and Reference Designs. This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241. Master documentation index table for User Application Notes. A filter by Title key word (search) function to narrow results. App Notes category also includes Design Guides and Reference Designs. Master documentation index table for User Application Notes. A filter by Title key word (search) function to narrow results. App Notes category also includes Design Guides and Reference Designs.

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®Interfacing the X9241 E2POT Digital Potentiometer to 8051 Microcontrollers Application Note July 11, 2005 AN1151.0 Author: Gray Creager 1 CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge; follow proper IC Handling Procedures. Application Note 211 | Page 4 1.1 Dispensing of 90 % glycerol and distilled water using air cushion pipettes Within these experiments, 100 µl of a 90 % glycerol solution were aspirated using either a 100 µl pipette (Eppendorf Reference) or a 100–1000 µl pipette (Eppendorf Research). In order to determine the difference between the two This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241. This application note describes a unique implementation for the Intersil X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment. This implementation is made possible by some of the features of X9241, many of which have not been available on XDCP devices prior to the introduction of the X9241.