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Part Number: SN74LVC1G97
Customers are considering adopting SN 74LVC1G97.
Customers want to know characteristics other than ΔIcc Vcc - 0.6 V input.(Vcc is 5 V.)
Customers can use the following link in Figure 46. Example Typical AC and AHC ICC vs Input VoltageI see it, is there a ΔIcc characteristic of LVC?
In reply to Karan Kotadia:
Thank you for your reply.
I confirmed scba010.pdf, but I could not find a figure with VCC = 5V.
In the data sheet of SN74LVC1G97, delta ICC assumes VCC = 5 V (3 V to 5.5 V)Is there a graph when VCC = 5 V?
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In reply to DDdoor:
When a customer uses SN 74 LVC 1 G 97,Since the Hi output of the component (5 V power supply) connected to SN74 LVC 1 G 97 is (typical) 3.5 V, in that case,3.5 V is out of VCC (5 V) minus 0.6 V specified in the data sheet,Whether a large current of 500 uA or more flows,Customers are concerned about ΔIcc at this input level.So like a document of the other dayI believe that curves as shown in Figure 46 of szza036c.pdf can be explained to customers if they are LVCs.
Hello DDdoor, I have ordered some samples and will get you the Icc plots with 5Vcc by end of next week. Thanks! -Karan
I have the Icc plot for you as follows:
At a Vin of 3.5V we get a Icc = 1.4446 mA.
I wanted this curve.I will contact the customer as soon as possible.I am very grateful for your cooperation.Thank you very much.
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