These Schmitt-trigger devices contain six independent inverters. They perform the Boolean function Y = A. Because of the Schmitt action, they have different input threshold levels for positive-going (VT+) and for negative-going (VT–) signals.
These circuits are temperature compensated and can be triggered from the slowest of input ramps and still give clean, jitter-free output signals. They also have a greater noise margin than conventional inverters.
(1) Radiation tolerance is a typical value based upon initial device qualification. Radiation Lot Acceptance Testing is available - contact factory for details.
|VCC (Min) (V)|
|VCC (Max) (V)|
|Voltage (Nom) (V)|
|Operating Temperature Range (C)|
| 3.3 |
|-55 to 125|
| CDIP |
|Catalog||SN54AC14||TI's standard catalog product|