Logic Gate NAND SCHMITT Trigger 74HC132

74HC132N NAND SCHMITT Trigger
ID: #99187361 In stock, 96pcs
7.35 AED
VAT Inc.
Description:
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


FEATURES:
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