Part Number: SN74HC373 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74HC573 Hi Team,
Could you help to share some comments on Difference between SN74HC373 and SN74HC573? and which one do you recomend for new design? Thanks so much.
Part Number: SN74HC373 Hi team,
My customer use SN74HC373 to to drive the base of an audion. When our device powers on for the first time, OE keeps low(enable) and LE keeps low(disable), D keeps low. Under above circumstance, what status should the output…
Part Number: SN74HC373 Hi expert,
here I would like to confirm with product line about the logic function table of SN74HC373.
when OE is L, LE is L, what's the Q0?
does it deped on the previous D and Q0 = previous D?
Part Number: SN74HC373 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CD74HC373 , Is the CD74HC373E as an alternate to the SN74HC373N. Please advise the specific differences in the two parts
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Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74HC373 , SN74HCT373 I tend to ramble, so let me ask my question simply, and then provide background after. If the SN74HC373 is powered by 5.0V, will a 3.3 V source from an be MCU reliably considered HIGH level.
Part Number: SN54HC367 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74HC367 , SN74HC373 , CD54HC367 , CD4503B-MIL Hi Team,
A customer is looking for an equivalent device to National Semiconductor's MM70C97J/883. Upon checking our list of tri-state hex buffers,…