The device measures the battery's charge and discharge currents to within one percent error using an integrated low-offset voltage-to-frequency converter.
What does VFCT stand for?
VFCT stands for Voltage-to-Frequency Converter (electrical engineering)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Targeting Precision Applications The QP2111 promises to regenerate interest in using LM111-based dual comparators for numerous precision applications including zero crossing detectors, voltage-to-frequency converters, free-running mulitvibrators, voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs), crystal oscillator controllers, precision squarers, low voltage adjustable reference supplies, positive (or negative) peak detectors, and precision photodiode comparators, among others.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020705/NSCLOGO ) Since joining National Semiconductor in 1976, Pease has designed more than 20 analog integrated circuits including power regulators, voltage references, voltage-to-frequency converters, temperature sensors and amplifiers.