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74HC4051 PDF

switch that uses silicon gate CMOS technology to. – One Assembly and Test Site, One Fabrication achieve operating speeds similar to LSTTL, with the. Site. 18 Aug The SparkFun Multiplexer Breakout provides access to all pins and features of the 74HC, an 8-channel analog multiplexer/demultiplexer. 19 Dec The 74HC; 74HCT is an 8-channel analog The VCC to GND ranges are V to V for 74HC and V to V for.

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The worst case resistance is half the pot value, plus whatever the 74HC happens to be. Ah, when I wrote above, there was no picture, so I was not aware of the capacitor. So even a 1 us delay ought to be enough.

But for ohms, plus 5K from the pot, your time constant is 0. I left out the capacitor in the midi in circuit since I suspected it might affect the amount of delay I need after switching between the multiplexer channels. The biggest noise issue I 744hc4051 was with an XBee on the 3.

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Please allow a few hours, I will rewrite it correctly when I’ll be at home after work. Tried to increase delay and it behaves more reliably now, I guess I should have included an image in the first place. I need to know because I’m planning on using 1 74HC to run 6 74hx4051 off one pin of the teensy’s digital pin and 7 more running on the analog pins.

They don’t say what it is at 3V, which is pretty typical of semiconductor vendors when a spec is really terrible. Obviously a big capacitor really slows things down. For a 744hc4051 technical and correct answer, someone with more experience might have to fill me in.

74HC – 8-Channel Analog Multiplexer/Demultiplexer

For example on row here: Here’s some explanation about why you need the delay, and how to calculate it. It does, but only if the capacitor 7hc4051 stabilized to the right voltage before you make the measurement. Values over 1 nF really don’t make much difference. Added question about delay times.

What values would be ideal for steady values at low delay? Even if the on resistance is about 4X that’d be my guess, based on my understanding of the transistors that are probably inside the chipthe pot is still the limiting factor. Opps, make that delay closer to 4ms. TI’s datasheet says ohms worst case at room temperature, or at extreme temperature.

I am currently running with 48 pots. I’m going to add a link from the MIDI page, since this is a problem that’s come up a few times. The simplest way is to minimize the capacitance. The reason for using the 74HC is that I’m planning to create a midi controller with around 50 pots and buttons, but I’m trying to get comfortable with the components first.

However, the two linear 10k pots I’m using seems to affect each other when connected through the 74HC I’ve updated the page to also recommend HCT parts. The formula to convert measurement error to required time constants is -ln errorwhere “error” is between 0 to 1. Also on the capacitor, the type of material can make a difference. No, I’ve left it out and it did work anyway.

Most plastic film “poly” capacitors also work well. You can never get zero error All times are GMT. How much higher is a good question. I’d recommend using only pF capacitance, or no capacitor at the A0 pin at all. The time now is I just know what have worked for me.

74HC4051 – 8-Channel Analog Multiplexer/Demultiplexer

Could larger pot values help? Originally Posted by loveaurell. What’s happening here is the capacitor is storing charge which represents the voltage of the previously selected pot. Hopefully it’s actually a 74HCT Hi, I’ve got a follow up question on this.

I have found it best to connect 74hc40051 3. Potentiometers affecting each others when connected to 74HC I’m trying to implement a small scale 74hc051 of this circuit https: Hopefully this lengthy explanation makes sense. I have a few the non “t” version coming in the mail. I’d done quite a bit of testing with different capacitors on Teensy 3. You can be pretty sure it’s not nice, since TI specs the part to run with as little as 2V power, but they don’t give any performance data below 4.

If It turns out that the 74HC is not the right tool for this, is there another way to expand the number of inputs of the teensy?