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74AHC125PW,118

74AHC Series 5.5 V 3-State High Speed Quad Buffer/Line Driver - TSSOP-14

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Mfr. Name: Nexperia
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Technical Attributes
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Logic Circuit: Buffer/Line Driver
Family: A/HC/T/U
No of Functions / Channels: 4
Output Characteristics: 3-ST
Supply Voltage-Nom: 2V to 5.5V
Power Dissipation: 500mW
Propagation Delay: 4.3ns
Operating Temperature: -40°C to +125°C
Capacitance: 3pF
No of Inputs: 4
No of Outputs: Quad
High Level Output Current: -8mA
Low Level Output Current: 8mA
No of Pins: 14
Quiescent Current: 2µA
Moisture Sensitivity Level: 1
Package Style:  TSSOP-14
Mounting Method: Surface Mount
Features & Applications

The 74AHC125; 74AHCT125 is a high-speed Si-gate CMOS device and is pin compatible with Low-power Schottky TTL (LSTTL). They are specified in compliance with JEDEC standard JESD7-A.

The 74AHC125; 74AHCT125 provides four non-inverting buffer/line drivers with 3-state outputs. The 3-state outputs (nY) are controlled by the output enable input (nOE). A HIGH at nOE causes the outputs to assume a high-impedance OFF-state. The 74AHC125; 74AHCT125 is identical to the 74AHC126; 74AHCT126 but has active LOW enable inputs.  

Features:

  • Balanced propagation delays
  • All inputs have a Schmitt-trigger action
  • Inputs accepts voltages higher than VCC
  • For 74AHC125 only: operates with CMOS input levels
  • For 74AHCT125 only: operates with TTL input levels
  • ESD protection:
    • HBM JESD22-A114E exceeds 2000 V
    • MM JESD22-A115-A exceeds 200 V
    • CDM JESD22-C101C exceeds 1000 V
  • Multiple package options
  • Specified from -40 Cel to +85 Cel and from -40 Cel to +125 Cel

 

 

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