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Why are you referring a -Q1 device? Do you need automotive qualification?
At 1.8 V, the SN74AXC2T45 has the most drive strength. Auto-direction sensing is not possible for a buffer.
Part Number: SN74AXC2T245-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74AXC2T245 Hi,
We are using CAXC2T245QRSWRQ1 in our design for level shifting of voltage from +3.3V to +1.8V. We need to perform SI analysis.
The models found in sn74axc2t245.ibs are io_0p7 …
Part Number: SN74AXC2T45 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74AXC1T45 Hello experts,
I have two question about SN74AXCxT45.
1. Is it possible to apply same voltage for Vcca and Vccb?
In datasheet, there is description in below.
For example, it means…
Part Number: LSF0102 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74AXC2T45 , SN74AVC2T245 , SN74AXC2T245-Q1 Dear Team,
My customer has one application that require transfer the signal from 3.3V to 1.8V and then transfer from 1.8V back to 3.3V.
Could they put two…
FAQ: Logic and Voltage Translation > Voltage Translators >> Current FAQ
Here are the voltage level translation device recommendations for various industry standard interfaces:
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