NAND gates

Simplify your signal chain with combinational logic

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Resolve common combinational logic issues such as enabling or disabling digital signals, monitoring multiple error signals, or creating a latch with our portfolio of more than 200 NAND gates. Included are open-drain and Schmitt-trigger device options available in 1-6 channel configurations.

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Why should you choose our NAND gates?


Wide operating voltage range

Select products ranging from 0.8 V to 18 V to fulfill all your application needs.


Diverse package offering

Both leaded and nonleaded packages are available with pin counts ranging from 5 to 20 pins. Wettable flanks available on select packages.


Schmitt triggers

Our new HCS family features Schmitt trigger inputs allowing for superior noise immunity.

Common applications of NAND gates

Design an alarm / tamper circuit with an S-R latch

Alarm circuits are used in critical parts of systems in which an event needs to be flagged and addressed. This video presents a simple latching solution to avoid missing the alarm trigger event.


Featured products for alarm & tamper circuits
SN74HCS03 ACTIVE Schmitt-trigger inputs quadruple 2-input positive-NAND gates with open-drain outputs
SN74HCS30-Q1 ACTIVE Automotive 8-input NAND gate with Schmitt-trigger inputs
SN74LVC1G00 ACTIVE Single 2-input, 1.65-V to 5.5-V NAND gate

Technical resources

Application note
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Catch a Digital Signal
In order to ensure that an error state is correctly identified, a dedicated latch circuit can be used to catch even very brief pulses while using very little power.
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Optimizing Design of Electronic Meters with Logic and Translation Use Cases
Logic gates, voltage translators, and other logic devices are utilized for many purposes throughout modern electronic systems.
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Applications of Logic and Translation in IP Cameras (Rev. A)
This document provides example solutions for common design challenges in IP Cameras that can be solved using logic and translation.
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