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74HC Series IC (Integrated circuits) is a High speed, low power logic device from the 74HC series using CMOS technology. Counters, shift registers, multiplexers, AND, OR, and NAND gates are all included in the IC 74HC Series of Low Power, High Speed, CMOS Logic Gate Chips. The 74HC series of ICs are widely used in digital electronics, New devices, Microcontrollers, sensors, compatible arduino boards, etc.
The 74HC series has a number of advantages, including low power consumption, high noise immunity, high fan-out capability, and compatibility with TTL and CMOS logic families. They are also widely available and reasonably price. The "74" in the name of these ICs refers to the original TTL logic family, while the "HC" stands for "high-speed CMOS". The 74HC series of integrated circuits perform a wide range of functions and are available in a variety of packages, including SOIC, PDIP, TSSOP, and others. Some of the popular ICs in the 74HC series include:
74HC00: Quad 2-input NAND gate
74HC02: Quad 2-input NOR gate
74HC04: Hex inverter
74HC08: Quad 2-input AND gate
74HC32: Quad 2-input OR gate
74HC138: 3-to-8 line decoder/demultiplexer
74HC595: 8-bit shift register with output latches
Low Power Requirements for the 74HC chips IC CMOS Logic Gate Series
The IC 7400 includes integrated circuits that convert signals from a high-speed serial data stream into parallel data streams for transmission over the vehicle's CAN bus
In the 74HC Chips the Two numbers, where "HC" stands for a military temperature range and "74" stands for a commercial temperature range device.
Operating from 2V to 6V.
Large input impedance.
Large fan-out capability; approximately 20 mA can be sunk and source.
High speed, low power logic devices from the 74HC series using CMOS technology. Many current devices, like the 74TTL, 74STTL, and 4000 series, are pin compatible with the new devices.
2. What is difference between 74LS and 74HC?
Transistor to transistor logic is used in the 74LS uses Shottky transistors to increase switching speeds and decrease the amount of stored charge compared to traditional bipolar transistors. The 74HC employs MOSFET engineering. can therefore function with a wider range of voltages.
3. What type of IC is 7400?
The IC 7400 is a high-performance, high-density, high-speed serial transceiver that provides an interface between a host computer and the electronics subsystem of an automobile. The IC 7400 family features integrated power management with low standby power consumption. The IC 7400 family also offers advanced security features such as advanced Error Detection And Correction (EDAC), programmable configuration registers, Access Control Lists (ACL), environmental monitoring, remote access and diagnostics.
4. Is 74HC a TTL or CMOS?
The 74HC/HCT193 is a high speed Si Gate CMOS device compatible with Low Power Schottky TTL (LSTTL). A single logic gate on a CMOS chip can consist of just two FETs, while a logic gate on a TTL chip has quite a few parts, as it requires additional components such as resistors. CMOS circuits are used in NAND NOR gates, whereas standard TTL gates use NAND gates.