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Part Number: SN74CB3T3245
I got a problem with SN74CB3T3245. As you can see in attached measurement I see around 4.0V on the output when I use 3.3V Vcc?
Yellow, blue and purple channels are three signals passed through 74CB3T3245.
Green is the power supply voltage.
All inputs to 74CB3T3245 are 3.3V.
There is no input above 3.3V.
As you can see, it is the change in the blue + purple channel that raises the voltage on the yellow channel.
The data sheet indicates that the output of 74CB3T245 when 1 is "~ Vcc". I cannot find any max / min values.
Any ideas on how this can happen?
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