These TTL hex buffers/drivers feature high-voltage open-collector outputs for interfacing with high-level circuits (such as MOS) or for driving high-current loads (such as lamps or relays), and also are characterized for use as buffers for driving TTL inputs. The SN5407 and SN7407 have minimum breakdown voltages of 30 V, and the SN5417 and SN7417 have minimum breakdown voltages of 15 V. The maximum sink current is 30 mA for the SN5407 and SN5417 and 40 mA for the SN7407 and SN7417.
These devices perform Boolean function Y = A in positive logic.
These circuits are completely compatible with most TTL families. Inputs are diode clamped to minimize transmission-line effects, which simplifies design. Typical power dissipation is 145 mW, and average propagation delay time is 14 ns.
Convert TTL Voltage Levels to MOS Levels
High Sink-Current Capability
Input Clamping Diodes Simplify System Design
Open-Collector Driver for Indicator Lamps and Relays