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The LSF family of translators generates more questions than any other device in the translation portfolio. These devices are internally relatively simple, so we find it easier to explain how the whole part works rather than trying to answer every question that comes along. If your question doesn't get answered by the information provided in this page, please click the "Ask a related question" link at the top of the page and ask us directly.
LSF family of devices
Integrated bias resistor (200kohm)
Active HIGH output enable
Integrated bias resistor
Active LOW output enable
AEC-Q100 Automotive qualified
This video series provides a quick look at how the LSF devices achieve auto-bidirectional translation. Each video is under 5 minutes.
The Logic Minute: Understanding the LSF Family of Bidirectional, Multi-Voltage Level Translators
Refer to the application note on the working of the LSF devices.
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