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Part Number PI74LVTC245
Manufacturer Pericom Semiconductor Corporation
Title 3.3V 8 BIT BIDIRECTIOANAL TRANCEIVER WITH 3 STATE OUTPUTS
Description Pericom Semiconductor’s PI74LVTC series of logic circuits are produced using the Company’s advanced CMOS technology, achieving industry leading sp...
Features
• Advanced low power CMOS design for 2.7V to 3.6V VCC operation
• Supports 5V input/output tolerance in mixed signal mode operation
• Function compatible with LVT family of products
• Balanced ±24mA output drive
• Typical VOLP (Output Ground Bounce) 0.8V at VCC=3.3V, TA=25°C
• Ioff and Power Up/Dow...

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