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This had a finite guaranteed logic high threshold sufficiently below 3. In the datasheets you have to look for minimum high level input and maximum low level input.
Peter H 1 3 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I can never remember. Sign up using Facebook. No, I know that “Schmidt” must be one of the most occurring names, I meant “Schmitt”.
Is it OK to directly connect For input high a minimum of 3. The chip is a down-voltage converter hex buffer.
Luckily they used some variations on Ellis Island, or half of America would have been called Smith. That would be 4. Email Required, but never shown. Worst case you don’t even meet the 0.
vatasheet Whether that is sufficiently below 3. The input translator ir related to the output Vcc by having a threshold slightly more than Vcc so that a translator range of 2: Thanks for your reference document.
Good beginner questions; 3. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Links datasheeg you reference: Linearly extrapolating to 5 V that becomes 3. Could you elaborate on this please Tony ” The former is of 0.
I don’t even know if it’s a common name in neighboring Germany. Olin Lathrop k 30 Low level input should be less than 1. Dataheet Microchip document shows some interesting ways to interface between 3.
A beginner 74hc4050e question. I’m attempting to perform some logic level conversions on 3. Post as a guest Name. The risk depends level of noise from ingress for long lines or, cross-talk, conducted noise or overshoot.
It is pronounced more like “shmeet” would be in english, but means exactly the same as “smith”, which refers to the profession today called “blacksmith”.