Integrated logic gate device

Texas Instruments' SN74LV1T family is designed to fully integrate logic gate and up/down translation functionality and can be utilized in industrial and telecommunication applications.

02/25/2014


Texas Instruments' (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) SN74LV1T family is designed to fully integrate logic gate and up/down translation functionality and can be utilized in industrial and telecommunication applications. Courtesy: Texas InstrumentsTexas Instruments' (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) SN74LV1T family is designed to fully integrate logic gate and up/down translation functionality operating from a single power supply. The SN74LV1T family also offers an operating voltage range, from 1.8 to 5 V and has an extended temperature range from -40 to 125 C. Because of this, it can also be utilized in industrial and telecommunications applications as a logic gate, translator or both. This eliminates the need for multiple logic ICs and eases procurement management. 

The SN74LV1T family is available in nine different logic gates: NAND and AND, NOR, OR and XOR, as well as several different buffer functions. In addition to the SN74LV1T family, TI provides a complete logic portfolio including buffers, drivers, gates flip-flops, switches, I2C and voltage translation to provide increased application flexibility, higher performance and design longevity compared to competitors.

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