Inverting buffers & drivers

Increase drive strength to improve system signal integrity

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Resolve common drive strength and high capacitive line issues such as re-driving signals, debouncing switches, controlling indicator LEDs, and eliminating slow or noisy inputs with our portfolio of more than 300 inverters. Included are open-drain, 3-state and Schmitt-trigger device options available in 1-32 channel drivers.

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Inverting buffers & drivers

Automotive eight-channel 4.5V-to-5.5V inverters with TTL-compatible CMOS inputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.296

Inverting buffers & drivers

Enhanced product six-channel 2-V to 5.5-V inverters with Schmitt-Trigger inputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.64

Benefits of our inverting buffers & drivers


Diverse package offering

Both leaded and nonleaded packages available with pin counts ranging from 4 to 48 pins. Wettable flanks available on select packages. 


Wide range of channel counts

Meet specific system needs with channel counts ranging from 1 - 16


Broad portfolio 

Find all of your logic needs with our broad portfolio of 300+ inverting buffers and drivers with options from lowest power to highest speed

Common applications of inverting buffers & drivers

Controlling an indicator LED

Most modern systems like PLC’s or network equipment contain some form of LED indicators. These LED’s need to be driven by either an MCU or other circuitry which is often not able to provide the high current drive required. One simple solution is to use a logic buffer or logic gate. This video walks through the design process and the important parameters to consider.

Technical resources

Debounce a Switch
Physical buttons and switches can produce multiple outputs from a single button press due to bouncing of the internal contacts. This video presents a simple solution to eliminate multiple triggers from this effect.
Controlling an Indicator LED
Most modern systems like PLC’s or network equipment, shown here, contain some form of LED indicators. This video walks through the design process and the important parameters to consider.
Eliminate Slow or Noisy Input Signals
Sometimes slow or noisy signals are unavoidable in a system. This video discusses some of the specific issues seen when connecting a slow or noisy signal into a CMOS input, and what can be done to eliminate those signals.