Part Number: SN74ACT244 Dear TI team,
I am using SN74ACT244PWR as buffer for PWM signal which is up to 200 kHz. I see that there is slight overshoot from control board PWM signal (30% overshoot on 3.3 V PWM signal) which is input to buffer. I am observing…
Part Number: SN74ACT244 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LXC8T245 , SN74LXCH8T245 Dear experts,
My customer XIZI is using SN74ACT244 in AC inverter as buffer. The signal chain is: DSP ->first stage SN74ACT244 -> second stage SN74CT244 ->ACPL W341 …
Part Number: SN74ACT244-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LV541A-Q1 , SN74LVC1G07 , SN74LVC2G06-Q1 Hello, my name is Francisco, engineer of the R+D+i Department of the Rother Industries & Technology company.
I would want to use a device through…
Part Number: SN74ACT244 Hi TI team,
Can I know whether following parts are active along with the EOL details?
I checked on TI website it shows above part numbers are Active but i wanted to re-confirm…
Part Number: SN74ACT244 Hi team,
My customer want to identify the difference between between SN74ACT244 I PWR Q1 & SNT4ACT244PWR.
What's the I mean in the IPWR?
Btw, could you please tell my where could i find the difference?
Thank you so much!
Part Number: SN74ACT244 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DAC80508 Hi Team, I would like to generate a sine signal that swings between 0V and +5V. The frequency is around 6.8KHz. Can I generate such a signal keeping the nOE pin low and providing PWM at the…
Part Number: SN74ACT244 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: UCC23513 , SN74AHCT125 , SN74AHCT125-Q1 Hi team,
Can you help advise if we have four-channel version buffer/driver similar as SN74ACT244?
My customer is utilizing SN74ACT244 to work with UCC23513…