Logic Gate NAND SCHMITT Trigger 74HC132

ID: #99187361 In stock, 96pcs
7.35 AED
VAT Inc.
The 74HC132N NAND SCHMITT Trigger CMOS Logic Gate contains four NAND gates with two independent inputs, each circuit works as a NAND gate, but due to Schmitt's action, The purpose of the Schmitt trigger is to convert any regular or irregular shaped input waveform into a square wave output voltage or pulse. Thus, it can also be called a squaring circuit., it has different input threshold levels for positive and negative signals. This

 74HC132 device performs the Boolean function Y = (A • B) 'or Y = A' + B 'in positive logic.
The 74HC132 is a low-input 2-input positive input NAND quad gate that produces a slow rise and fall times. This reduces the timbre in the output signal. The 74HC132 has a wide operating range from 2V to 6V. The 74HC132 also has low power consumption where the maximum Icc is 20 µA.

74HC132 Schmitt trigger Pinout and Truth Table

Wide operating voltage range from 2 V to 6 V
Outputs can drive up to 10 CMOS loads
Low Power Consumption, 20-µA Maximum ICC
Typical Tpd = 14 ns
Output ± 4 mA Output at 5 V
The low input current of 1 µA Maximum

datasheet: http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/cd74hc132.pdf