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does TI provide a D-flip-flop (ideally pin compatible with SN74AHCT74PWR) which has Schmitt-Trigger inputs or CLK, /PRE and /CLR, please?
We have some single bit devices with some hysteresis. They are not true schmitt triggers and will have a relaxed ris and fall limit. they are also low voltage.
These are all I could find
In reply to Chris Cockrill:
How about SN74AUP1G74 who's datasheet claims to have "Schmitt-Trigger Action"
In reply to Richard Woodham:
This part will have a rise and fall limit of 200ns/V max. Not a true schmitt trigger.
What is the typical rise/fall time limit for a true schmitt trigger?
In reply to ytan:
A true schmitt trigger will not have a limit
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