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SN74AHC1G32: I could not find something about Schmitt-trigger for SN74AHC1G32

Part Number: SN74AHC1G32
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74AUP1T32, SN74LVC1G58

Hi TI Team,

We are Taiwanese team that supports TI products.

At present, we talk about the SN74AHC1G32 issue with our customers in Taiwan.,

Customer Application : Display

The following are the customer's questions,please help.

Q1 is for automotive applications, working temperature range can be bigger and the chip is more robust, compared to catalog.

However I could not find something about Schmitt-trigger in its inputs for Q1, please ask your vendor to investigate it, depends on answer it could be potential possibility to use both of them.

  • Hello Benson,
    I don't see any questions in your post. What would you like to know?

    Are you confused about what a Schmitt-trigger input is?
    If so, here's an app note about Schmitt-trigger inputs:

    Do you need a Schmitt-trigger input OR gate similar to SN74AHC1G32?
    If so, the best option is the SN74LVC1G58. Another option is the SN74AUP1T32, however it can only operate from 1.8 to 3.3V (it doesn't support 5V operation).

    Do you need an automotive qualified OR gate?
    If so, please check out our parametric search page: