Drive voltages in your system with inverting/non-inverting buffers or transceivers

Select from inverting or non-inverting buffers along with parity, registered, or standard transceivers. Buffers, sometimes referred to as drivers, are single-direction signal chain ICs that output a high or low voltage level depending on the status of the input pin. Transceivers are similar to buffers, but they have direction control pins. Both transceivers and buffers are used for driving voltages on lines and buses in a system.

Inverting buffer/driver

  • > 390 Inverting buffer/drivers
  • Hex inverters
  • Hex Schmitt-Trigger inverters
  • Octal buffers/drivers
  • Single buffers
  • 16-bit buffers/drivers

Non-inverting buffer/driver

  • > 400 Non-inverting buffer/drivers
  • Single buffers
  • Dual bus buffers
  • Triple buffers gates
  • Quad bus buffers
  • Hex buffers
  • Octal buffers

Parity transceiver

  • 9 parity transceiver
  • Octal with parity generators/ checkers
  • 8-bit to 9-bit
  • Dual 8-bit to 9-bit
  • 16-bit with parity generators/ checkers

Registered transceiver

  • > 140 registered transceiver
  • Octal
  • Octal with series damping resistors
  • 16, 18, 32-bit

Standard transceiver

  • > 245 standard transceiver
  • Quad
  • Quad tridirectional
  • Octal
  • Octal with adjustable output voltage
  • 16-bit
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