SN75ALS160

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Octal General-Purpose Interface Bus Transceiver

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Parameters

Operating temperature range (C) 0 to 70 open-in-new Find other Other interfaces

Package | Pins | Size

PDIP (N) 20 229 mm² 24.33 x 9.4 SOIC (DW) 20 132 mm² 12.8 x 10.3 open-in-new Find other Other interfaces

Features

  • Suitable for IEEE Standard 488-1978 (GPIB)
  • 8-Channel Bidirectional Transceivers
  • High-Speed Advanced Low-Power Schottky (ALS) Circuitry
  • Low Power Dissipation . . . 46 mW Max Per Channel
  • Fast Propagation Times . . . 20 ns Max
  • High-Impedance pnp Inputs
  • Receiver Hysteresis . . . 650 mV Typ
  • Open-Collector Driver Output Option
  • No Loading of Bus When Device Is Powered Down (VCC = 0)
  • Power-Up/Power-Down Protection (Glitch Free)

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Description

The SN75ALS160 eight-channel general-purpose interface bus transceivers are monolithic, high-speed, advanced low-power Schottky (ALS) devices designed for two-way data communications over single-ended transmission lines. This device is designed to meet the requirements of IEEE Standard 488-1978. The transceivers feature driver outputs that can be operated in either the passive-pullup or 3-state mode. If talk enable (TE) is high, these ports have the characteristics of passive-pullup outputs when pullup enable (PE) is low and of 3-state outputs when PE is high. Taking TE low places these ports in the high-impedance state. The driver outputs are designed to handle loads up to 48 mA of sink current.

An active turn-off feature has been incorporated into the bus-terminating resistors so that the device exhibits a high impedance to the bus when VCC = 0. When combined with the SN75ALS161 or SN75ALS162 bus management transceiver, the pair provides the complete 16-wire interface for the IEEE-488 bus.

The SN75ALS160 is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C.

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* Datasheet SN75ALS160 datasheet (Rev. E) Jun. 28, 2004
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