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[FAQ] What are the performance specifications of the HCS logic family at 3.3V operation?

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This question comes up fairly often because the HCS logic family is specified only at 2V, 4.5V, and 6V.

The following min / max values are interpolated from the datasheet tables, and thus are guaranteed by the datasheet specifications. Typical values are not guaranteed, however they are good estimates of performance under normal operating conditions.

HCS Family Electrical Characteristics

VT+ Positive switching threshold   3.3 V 1.22 1.93 2.358 V
VT- Negative switching threshold   3.3 V 0.768 1.28 2.04 V
ΔVT Hysteresis (VT+ - VT-)   3.3 V 0.408 0.65 1.312 V
VOH High-level output voltage IOH = -20 uA 3.3 V 3.2 3.298   V
IOH = -4 mA 3.3 V   3.14  
VOL Low-level output voltage IOL = 20 uA 3.3 V   0.002 0.1 V
IOL = 4 mA 3.3 V   0.12  

Timing specifications are specific to each device -- please use linear interpolation for any timing parameters that need to be checked at 3.3V.

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