Real-Time Clock includes 128 Bytes battery-backed SRAM.

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Offered in 20 Ld SOIC module that contains RTC and embedded 32.768 kHz quartz crystal, Model ISL12022MA features 10-bit digital temperature sensor output and 15 selectable frequency outputs. Functions include oscillator temperature compensation, clock/calendar, power fail and low battery monitors, brownout indicator, and one-time, periodic or polled alarms. Calibrated oscillator provides less than ±5 ppm drift over full -40 to +85°C temperature range.



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ISL12022MA



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Key Features

o Embedded 32.768kHz Quartz Crystal in the Package

o 20 Ld SOIC Package (for DFN version, refer to the ISL12020M)

o Calendar

o On-chip Oscillator Temperature Compensation

o 10-bit Digital Temperature Sensor Output

o 15 Selectable Frequency Outputs

o Interrupt for Alarm or 15 Selectable Frequency Outputs

o Automatic Backup to Battery or Supercapacitor

o VDD and Battery Status Monitors

o Battery Reseal(TM) Function to Extend Battery Shelf Life

o Power Status Brownout Monitor

o Time Stamp for Battery Switchover

o 128 Bytes Battery-Backed User SRAM

o I2C-Bus(TM)

o RoHS Compliant

Description

The ISL12022MA device is a low power real time clock (RTC) with an embedded temperature sensor and crystal. Device functions include oscillator compensation, clock/calendar, power fail and low battery monitors, brownout indicator, one-time, periodic or polled alarms, intelligent battery backup switching, Battery Reseal(TM) function and 128 bytes of battery-backed user SRAM. The device is offered in a 20 Ld SOIC module that contains the RTC and an embedded 32.768kHz quartz crystal. The calibrated oscillator provides less than ±5ppm drift over the full -40°C to +85°C temperature range.

The RTC tracks time with separate registers for hours, minutes, and seconds. The calendar registers track date, month, year and day of the week and are accurate through 2099, with automatic leap year correction.

Daylight Savings time adjustment is done automatically, using parameters entered by the user. Power fail and battery monitors offer user-selectable trip levels. The time stamp function records the time and date of switchover from VDD to VBAT power, and also from VBAT to VDD power.

The ISL12022MA features enhanced immunity to ESD per the IEC61000-4-2 standard, and also provides improved resistance to system leakage related to environmental moisture.

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