Configurable gates

Simplify your bill of materials with configurable logic

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Resolve common combinational logic issues such as combining power good signals, enabling or disabling digital signals, or monitoring multiple error signals with our portfolio of more than 20 configurable gates. Included device options enable up to 19 functions from a single channel device with push-pull and 3-state output types.
SN74LVC3G57
Configurable gates

Three-channel configurable multiple-function gate

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.278

SN74LVC3G58
Configurable gates

Three-channel configurable multiple-function gate

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.188

SN74LVC2G100
Configurable gates

Two-channel 1.1V-to-3.6V configurable gate with flip-flop and Schmitt-trigger inputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.278

SN74LVC2G100-Q1
Configurable gates

Automotive two-channel 1.1V-to-3.6V configurable gate with flip-flop and Schmitt-trigger inputs

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.328

SN74LVC3G98
Configurable gates

Three-channel configurable multiple-function gate

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.188

SN74LVC3G98-Q1
Configurable gates

Automotive, three-channel configurable multiple-function gate

Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.328

Technical resources

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Combining Power Good Signals
Power good signals are often routed over relatively long distances in systems and cannot always overcome the parasitics. This video quickly covers two simple solutions with standard logic devices.
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Enable or Disable a Digital Signal
This video explores all the options for what to do with the output when a line is disabled, and identifies logic devices that can perform each function.
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Use Fewer Inputs to Monitor Error Signals
This video discusses one method to reduce the number of required inputs to monitor a set of error flag outputs in an example system.