Part Number: SN74LVC2G241 Hi,
I have been notified of a discrepancy between the max operating temperature under the recommended operating conditions section and the ordering section.
The first states 85C, the second 125C.
Which of the two is correct? …
Part Number: SN74LVC2G241 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC2G125 Hello,
I need a 2-bit tri-state buffer for 3.3V logic with a small delay (~ 4 ns). I also want a small package. It's a commercial, low cost application.
I thought the SN74LVC2G241…
Part Number: AM3358 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC2G241 UART0 is receiving characters when there is nothing connected to it. Some sequences of characters are very similar to characters that were recently sent out the UART0 port, some are seeming…
Part Number: SN74LVC1G125 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC1G240 , , SN74LVC2G241 , SN74LXC1T45 Dear TI support team,
I am struggling with a very strange problem. I would like to have a 3.3 V MCU communicate on a 5V SDI-12 bus (cf. https://sdi-12…
Part Number: AM3352 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC2G241 hi,
The power-on sequence on the specifications is as follows:
my test result as below:
I saw MPU start up before 3.3V, what is the impact on the application?
Oh, sorry, when you said "Debug port" I was thinking the JTAG. I see the UART is labeled "Debug Port". Now I'm with you... This UART port looks problematic to me. I think you're going to end up damaging a lot of boards this way…
I believe Noel replied to this query already.
Figure 5 in the datasheet ( http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/sn74lvc2g241.pdf ) implies operation >60 MHz which should work for your customer's requirement (15MHz Max)
Part Number: AM5716 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC2G241
We have custom board designed based on AM571x IDK, we prefer to boot from UART, but we do not have SN74LVC2G241 on the board. Is this mandatory to boot from UART?
I am using…
we have several UARTs in use in the product, there are two external ports which use a SN74LVC2G241 to interface to the FTDI usb-to seral cables we have. There is one internal GPS connection to a UBLOX device which is also 3.3V device.