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Part Number: CD74HC4050
I checked document of the Standard Linear & Logic Semiconductor Marking Guidelines".
--> This chip output signal is 5V.(VCC input 5V)
--> But this chip output signal is 4.4V (VCC input 5V)
In the first figure, the position of G4 is marked on pin 6, but in the second figure the position of G4 is pin 7 marking.
Is the production year different and the performance the same? I want to know if it is genuine TI.
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In reply to Dylan Hubbard:
In reply to park junseck:
In reply to Emrys Maier:
Dear Dylan Hubbard
I found an extremely bad guy and took it. . The last connection is 7 segment.( 74hc4094 -> 7 segments)
Now another IC signal output is 4.4V . As I know it is a high to low level shifter, can you use it?
If not, can you recommend a low to high level shifter? It would be nice if the pinmap is the same ic
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