Part Number: SN74LVC574A Hi Team,
What is the Output clamp current (VO > Vcc) ?
Output clamp current, Iok (VO < 0)......−50 mA
Output clamp current, Iok (VO > Vcc)...... ????? mA
As stated in the NXP 74ALVC574 spec sheet below,
Part Number: SN74LVC574A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MSP430FR2000 Hi team,
Customer want to use a trigger that can be used as a memory function, that is, it can remember the previous state after power-off.
Can SN74LVC574A do this job? If not, do we…
Thank you for your advice.
My customer want to know your idea using discrete flip-flops and gates. Could you teach 1/10 divider circuit?
Do you think SN74LVC574A-Q1 can achieve 130ns tpd?
See [FAQ] How does a slow or floating input affect a CMOS device? Please note that an input pin with a metastable voltage could cause other inputs to read a wrong value.
Flip-flop outputs indeed can become metastable; the LV family is quite bad:
Part Number: SN74LVC573A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC574A Hi, Team,
My customer find there is some output issue for the SN74LVC573A. Could you help check it?
Issue: When output a low level voltage for the SN74LVC573A, there is some oscillation…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC574A Hello,
For an application, I want to use a SN74LVC574A component. This component will be connected with another one which have differents threshold.
Before to use level shifter or some discret component in interface…