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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS  SN74LS145N  BCD TO DECIMAL DECODER/DRIVER, DIP16

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS SN74LS145N
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Product Overview

The SN74LS145N is a BCD-to-decimal Decoder/Driver consists of eight inverters and ten four-input NAND gates. The inverters are connected in pairs to make BCD input date available for decoding by the NAND gates. Full decoding of valid BCD input logic ensures that all outputs remain off for all invalid binary input conditions. These decoders feature high-performance, n-p-n output transistors designed for use as indicator/relay drivers or as open-collector logic-circuit drivers. Each of the high-breakdown output transistors (15V) of the SN74LS145 will sink up to 80mA of current. Each input is one series 74LS standard load, respectively. Inputs and outputs are entirely compatible for use with TTL or DTL logic circuits and the outputs are compatible for interfacing with most MOS integrated circuits. Power dissipation is typically 35mW for the LS145 series.
  • Full decoding of input logic
  • TTL Input and output
  • All outputs are off for invalid BCD input conditions

 

Product Information

Logic Type:
Decoder / Driver
No. of Outputs:
10Outputs
Logic Case Style:
DIP
No. of Pins:
16Pins
Supply Voltage Min:
4.75V
Supply Voltage Max:
5.25V
Operating Temperature Min:
0°C
Operating Temperature Max:
70°C
Packaging:
Each
Product Range:
-
Automotive Qualifications Standard:
-
MSL:
-
IC Applications:
Lamp, MOS Drivers, Relay
Supply Voltage Range:
4.75V to 5.25V
SVHC:
No SVHC (15-Jun-2015)

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Applications

  • Industrial

Legislation and Environmental

Moisture Sensitivity Level:
-
Product Traceability
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Authorized Distributor

Substitutes

IC, DECODER/DRIVER

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