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TLC352


Part Number TLC352
Manufacturer Texas Instruments
Title Dual Differential Comparator
Description This device is fabricated using LinCMOS technology and consists of two independent voltage comparators, each designed to operate from a single po...
Features extremely high input impedance (typically greater than 1012 Ω), which allows direct interface to high-impedance sources. The output are n-channel open-drain configurations and can be connected to achieve positive-logic wired-AND relationships. The capability of the TLC352 to operate from 1.4-V suppl...

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