|Manufacturer Part Number: SN74LVC2G14DBVR
|Manufacturer / Brand: Texas Instruments
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA SN74LVC2G14DBVR
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What is SN74LVC2G14DBVR?
The SN74LVC2G14DBVR is a specific part number for a Schmitt-trigger inverter gate from Texas Instruments. Schmitt-trigger devices are commonly used in digital electronics to provide hysteresis, which can help in signal debouncing and noise immunity.
Type: Schmitt-Trigger Inverter Gate
The device is a single-channel Schmitt-trigger inverter, which means it has one input and one output and incorporates a Schmitt trigger to provide hysteresis.
Supply Voltage Range:
The SN74LVC2G14DBVR operates within a specified supply voltage range. This information is crucial for proper integration into a system.
Low Power Consumption:
Schmitt-trigger gates like this one are often designed for low power consumption, making them suitable for battery-powered or energy-efficient applications.
The Schmitt-trigger design introduces hysteresis in the input-output characteristic, preventing rapid switching due to noise or small input fluctuations.
Input Voltage Range:
The device will have a specified input voltage range for proper operation.
Propagation delay indicates the time it takes for a change at the input to cause a corresponding change at the output.
Low Output Drive Capability:
The SN74LVC2G14DBVR may have a low output drive capability suitable for driving CMOS inputs.
The “DBV” in the part number typically refers to the package type. In this case, it might refer to a small SOT-23 package.
The device is designed to operate within a specified temperature range, and this information is crucial for applications in various environmental conditions.
Schmitt-trigger inverters find applications in signal conditioning, signal processing, debouncing switches, and noise-tolerant digital circuits.
The “LVC” in the part number indicates that the device is built using low-voltage CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) technology.