SCLS769B July 2019 – September 2019 SN74HCS32-Q1
Input signals must cross Vt-(min) to be considered a logic LOW, and Vt+(max) to be considered a logic HIGH. Do not exceed the maximum input voltage range found in the Absolute Maximum Ratings.
Unused inputs must be terminated to either VCC or ground. These can be directly terminated if the input is completely unused, or they can be connected with a pull-up or pull-down resistor if the input is to be used sometimes, but not always. A pull-up resistor is used for a default state of HIGH, and a pull-down resistor is used for a default state of LOW. The resistor size is limited by drive current of the controller, leakage current into the SN74HCS32-Q1, as specified in the Electrical Characteristics, and the desired input transition rate. A 10-kΩ resistor value is often used due to these factors.
The SN74HCS32-Q1 has no input signal transition rate requirements because it has Schmitt-trigger inputs.
Another benefit to having Schmitt-trigger inputs is the ability to reject noise. Noise with a large enough amplitude can still cause issues. To know how much noise is too much, please refer to the ΔVT(min) in the Electrical Characteristics. This hysteresis value will provide the peak-to-peak limit.
Unlike what happens with standard CMOS inputs, Schmitt-trigger inputs can be held at any valid value without causing huge increases in power consumption. The typical additional current caused by holding an input at a value other than VCC or ground is plotted in the Typical Characteristics.
Refer to the Feature Description for additional information regarding the inputs for this device.