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~HIC MASTER
VOLUME II

CONTENTS
VOLUME I
Introduction to IC MASTER
3
Advertisers' Index
8
Master Selection Guide (Function) Index J0
Part Number Index
34
198
Part Number Guide
218
Logo Guide
227
Application Note Directory
350
Military Parts Directory
355
Testing
356
Cross Reference
362
QPL Selection Guide
Digital Devices
444
Microprocessors
J042
Selection Tables
1048
System Components
1085
Microprocessor Development Systems J606
Microcomputer Boards
J 750
Support Board lndex
1770
Advertisers' Product Index
1985
Alternate Source Directory
2065
Manufacturers and Distributors
230'
Directory

VOLUME II
Introduction to IC MASTER
Advertisers' Index
Interface Devices
Linear Devices
Memory Devices
PROM Programmers
CustomlSemicustom Devices
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3448
4000
4108

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~rciC MASTER
VOLUME II

Engineering design begins with the

Ie MASTER

Publisher, Jerry Elmblnder
Associate Publisher, James \XI. Graham
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Editor, Dave Howell
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Production Director, Dan Chlllak
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Coordinator, Joanne Hili
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Catalog Design Director, Michelle Arnold
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Carol Hansen, Mary Koczanowskl .
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ommisiOns, manufacturers' claims, or their representations. No portion of
this book may be reproduced without express written permission of the
publisher. © Ie MASTER, solely owned by Hearst Business Communications Inc.lUTP Division. 1983.

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IMPORTANT FEATURES OF YOUR
;'ICMASTER
ONE COMPLETE SOURCE

MILITARY PARTS DIRECTORY

Ie MASTER is the original and only complete
guide to currently available integrated circuits.
microcomputer boards. development systems.
PROM programmers. gate arrays. and other related components of concern to the design engineer. It has become the first place to look in the
critical selection of ICs. boards. systems. and
equipment. If only one device can fit the requirements of a new design or if hundreds are available. you can find out in seconds by using the IC
MASTER.

Cross reference chart identifies all IC devices having received JAN qualification. This chart includes a cross reference listing of device numbers
and corresponding military standard 38510 slash
numbers and vice versa.

PART NUMBER INDEX
This revolutionary index lists all device types
made by over 225 manufacturers in numerical
sequence excluding prefixes or suffixes. You can
find a device number even though you do not
know either the full part number or even the
manufacturer. Once a basic device number is
located in the index. you can obtain instant identification of all manufacturers making a device by
that number, regardless of function. and determine the full part number designation. All page
references to data sheet material and any existing
application note abstracts are also provided. The
Part Number Index should not be used as an
alternate source directory because two manufacturers may use the same part number. by coincidence. for totally different devices.

pg.1O

MILITARY DEVICE
TESTING TABLE
This table identifies IC manufacturers who test to
military standard 38510 and the screening to military standard 883 that they provide.

EASY TO USE
The IC MASTER saves you time. No longer do you
have to spend long. tedious hours and days
searching through manufacturers' catalogs and
data sheets for information. The MASTER gives
you-at your fingertips-an easy way to narrow
your IC choices quickly. accurately. and systematically with the knowledge that you have just
sUNeyed the entire industry.

MASTER
SELECTION
GUIDE INDEX

MILITARY PARTS INDEX
This guide to JAN qualifed parts makes it possible
to search devices by function. and to determine if
a JAN qualified part exists for a particular functional need.

PART.
NUMBER
INDEX
pg .. 34

ADVERTISERS' PRODUCT
INDEX
This index directs the reader to detailed product
information for the parts whose manufacturers
have included data sheets in IC MASTER. When
you are looking for data on a particular manufacturer's products. this index provides the fastest
way to find the information you seek.

ALTERNATE SOURCE
DIRECTORY
The most comprehensive industry-wide. pin-forpin. functional equivalentAlternate Source Directory ever compiled. This directory is updated by
asking all IC manufacturers to identify each competitive device for which they make a pin-for-pin
substitute.

PART
NUMBER
GUIDE
pg.198

PART NUMBER GUIDE
The information in this guide allows you to break
down each companys part numbering system
into product temperature ranges. packaging variations. and functions. It is an invaluable tool for
the elimination of costly and time-consuming
ordering errors caused by lack of standardization
from manufacturer to manufacturer in part numbering systems.

APPLICATION NOTE
DIRECTORY
Application note descriptions are arranged alphabetically by function and application category. Each notes description identifies the spe- '
cific device or devices featured. provides a 25 to
30 word abstract. and identifies both the manufacturer that originated the note and the specific
application note number. This section provides all
the information necessary for you to update your
application note files speedily. or thoroughly re- .
search the existence of application note material
for a specific design problem.
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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
Each guide is organized by specifications and
categories to direct the reader easily and quickly
to the device most likely to fill the requirements of
a particular application. Once the reader finds
those devices that are closest to his needs. he
sees available sources. and is directed to additional data if provided by advertisers.

~UFACTURERS~D

APPLICATION
NOTE
DIRECTORY
pg. 227

DISTRIBUTORS DIRECTORY
Locations and phone numbers are given for manufacturers' field sales offices. representatives. and
distributors. both domestic and international.

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Typical Problems Solved by Ie MASTER
• Find All Products That Meet Desired Specifications
• Obtain Data For A Particular Device • Decode Part Numbers
• Determine Alternate Sources • Plus Much More
An engineer can use IC MASTER to solve a wide variety
of problems. Answers provided to engineers by IC
MASTER can range from finding the device that best
meets a particular set of specifications to helping to
determine which family of devices should be used in
building a system.
Some of the typical problems that IC MASTER can solve
are illustrated in the following examples;

Who makes a TTL 4-bit binary full-adder
with look-ahead carry?
All functions are listed, in alphabetical order, in the
Master Selection Guide Index. In this case, the engineer
looks under adders; in the column adjacent to adders,
he sees that all types of adders are listed. The particular
adder being sought is covered in the Digital section of IC
MASTER.
Now that the engineer knows that· the devices he
seeks are catalogued in the Digital section, he can turn
to the Digital Master Selection Guide and see the page
number where information on these devices can be
obtained.
When he turns to this page, he will notice that certain
device numbers and manufacturers are printed in bold
face type while others appear in regular type face. Bold
face type is used whenever a part's manufacturer has
provided a data sheet for the device in IC MASTER. The
page number assigned to the data sheet also appears in
bold face type so that the engineer can turn to it directly.

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Who Makes a High-Speed 12-Blt,Analogto-Digital Converter With Guaranteed ± V2
LSB linearity and 13-J.LSec or Faster Conversion Time?
Many manufacturers make devices that meet these
specifications including Analog Devices, Hurr-Brown,
Datel-Intersil, Data Device Corp., Harris, Hybrid Systems,
Micro Networks, and Teledyne Philbrick.
The Master Selection Guide for Interface makes it
possible for an engineer to find every device that meets
the above specifications, regardless of who makes it, in
seconds.
The Interface section is organized by product classification; an engineer can turn immediately to the category of interest such as analog switches wfth drivers,
multiplexers, aid converters with binary output aid converters with decimal output, dla converters, display drivers, error checking circuits, keyboard encoder-decoders,
line drivers, line transceivers, memory and peripheral
drivers, sense amplifiers, etc.
To find every 12-bit analog-to-digital converter with
guaranteed ± YlLSB linearity and 13-J.Lsec or faster conversion time, all an engineer has to do is turn directly to
the analog-to-digital converter section of the Interface
Master Selection Guide.
In this section, devices are organized by key parameters. Under resolution, the engineer finds 12-bit; next he
looks under linearity error for ± ~ LSB and then he looks
under conversion time for devices with 13-J.Lsec or faster
specifications.

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Ways to Use Ie Master
What application notes are available on
emulating logic functions with PROMs?

Who makes a 64K dynamic RAM with an
access time of 120 ns or faster? .

IC MASTER provides the most complete listing of
application notes available in print. It is easy to find the
right application notes by looking in IC MASTER because the application note directory is organized by

The Memory Section in IC MASTER has a Master
Selection Guide which provides initial selection information and data on PROMs, RAMs, ROMs and other
types of memories. Each device is characterized byorganization (words and bit/word) and access. time.
For example, if an engineer was looking for a 64K
dynamic RAM, his first step would be to determine
organization (words and bit/word). Next, he would locate the desired access time.
When devices are available made by various processes such as NMOS, CMOS, ECl TTL, etc, the engineer
can choose the device that best suits his needs. For
further definition, output type, supply voltage and number of pins are listed along with the manufacturer's part
number and name.
.
The engineer's next step in his memory selection
process would be to study the applicable data for 64K
dynamic RAMs provided by IC manufacturers and pick
the most appropriate device. Literally hundreds of pages
of engineering data on memories appear in IC MASTER.

function.
There are two ways to look up an application note. An
engineer can turn to the index page and find the appropriate function or category such as instrumentation amplifiers, multiplexers, or PROMs.
If he knows the device number, he can look it up in
the part number index at the front of IC MASTER and see
all of the application notes concerning that device. For
example, under 8275, a ,programmable CRT controller
listed in the part number index, the reader is referred to
the listing for an Intel application note entitled "CRT
Terminal Design Using the 8275 and 8279."
To find an application note concerning the use of
PROMs to emulate logic functions, the engineer can
turn to the application note section on PROMs and see
what notes can be of help.
Each listing in the application note directory provides
a detailed descriptive passage for the note, gives its
length and identifies the manufacturer who publishes it.

APPLICATION NOTE DIRECTORY
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Ways to Use Ie Master
I need to choose between a full custom or
a semi-cus~omlgate array solution to my design problem.
To help designers weigh custom solutions against
semi-custom/gate array approaches, IC MASTER provides a Master Selection Guide on Custom/SemiCustom and a special section entitled "Options for
Going Custom." In this section, the advantages and
disadvantages of various custom/semi-custom techniques are covered.
The capabilities of IC manufacturers are tabulated for
easy comparison; additional information such as available design aids and testing seNices is also provided.

My application requires microcomputer
'
boards. How do I start?
Single and multiple board microcomputers are arranged by manufacturer. Under each manufacturer.
boards are grouped in sequence according to data word
size and,'within that grouping. according to the microprocessor on which they are based. Hardware and software support are listed for each board.
A supplementary selection guide is included for microcomputer support boards. The boards are grouped
according to supported computer systems.

With so many mircoprocessors available,
where do I begin?
Simply turn to the Master Selection Guide for Microprocessors. There you will find a listing of all microprocessors currently available and key parameters allowing you to narrow down your selection to a range of
products that will meet your major requirements.
Once the microprocessor that best fits the application
has been chosen, the next step is to go to the "system
components" section. Here all of the available peripheral devices that work with each microprocessor are
arranged by function. Thus, if the microprocessor that
has been selected is the 8048, system components specifically developed for use with the 8048 are listed,
, organized by function.
A "general purpose" section follows the "system
components" section and describes devices that can 'be
used with more than one microprocessor family.
Finally. hundreds of 'pages of the latest microprocessor data sheets, provided by IC manufacturers, are
presented, arranged in alphabetical order by manufacturer. Each data sheet is easily found thanks to boldfaced page-number references in the Master Selection
Guide.

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Ways to Use Ie Master

I deSign to military specs.
Where can I find the latest QPL devices?
If an engineer knows that the basic part
number is 6508, where does he look first?
The place to look is the part number index. Here, all of
the prefixes and suffixes have been stripped away to
leave only the basic number. This makes it possible to
see the manufacturer of every part with the same base
number at a glance. Parts with the same base number; it
should be kept in mind, are not necessarily identical; in
fact, one could be a memory while another might be a
linear device. (To find replacements, one should look in
the alternate source directory, not in the part number
index.)
Under 6508, the engineer would see a number of
devices listed and the page and line numbers where
data is given for each of the devices. If an application
note concerning any of the devices is available, the
location of its listing is also shown.

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The IC MASTER includes a comprehensive military
parts directory. Within this directory, tables and charts
are provided to answer virtually every information need
of the engineer involved in military or high-reliability
eqUipment design.
All integrated circuits with JAN qualification are listed
in IC MASTER. A cross reference table, relating device
numbers to mil spec numbers, is arranged according to
device number. A second table, arranged by M-38510
number; makes it possible to look up the part number
when the mil spec number is known.
In addition, ICs are also organized by product section
and function, which allows the user to find the proper IC
without having to know either the commercial or the
military part number.
This section of IC MASTER also includes a table showing the capability of manufacturers to perform MllSTO-883 screening and high-reliability testing.

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ADVERTISERS
INDEX

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Advanced Micro Devices
Digital
601-617
1201-1246
Microprocessor
Microprocessor Development Systems
Microcomputer Boards
1901-1910
Interface
2601-2608
Linear
3101-3137
Memory
3601-3607
American Automation
Microprocessor Development Systems
American Microsystems, Inc.
Digital
618
Microprocessor
1247-1252
Interface
2609-2611
Linear
3138-3150
Memory
3608-3614
4301-4308
(ustom/Semicustom
Analog Devices
3151-3186
Linear
Arrow Electronics
357. 1720. 2300
Burr-Brown
1984
California Devices
(ustom/Semicustom
4309
Computer Aided Engineering
(ustom/Semicustom
4310
Creative Micro Systems
Microcomputer Boards
191 1-1912
Cromemco
Microcomputer Boards
1913-1932
Custom MOS Arrays, Inc.
(ustom/Semicustom
4311
Datel-Intersil
Microcomputer Boards
1933
Interface
2613-2623
Dlgelec
PROM Programmers
4101
Diplomat Electronics Corp.
Manufacturers and Distributors Directory
Emulogic
Microprocessor Development Systems
Exar Integrated Systems, Inc.
Linear
3187-3209
4312-4315
(ustom/Semicustom
Fairchild
Digital
619-668
1253-1304
Microprocessor
Microprocessor Development Systems
Memory
3615-3666
(ustom/Semicustom
4316-4317
Fujitsu America
Memory
3668-3671
Fujitsu Microelectronics
1305-1308
Microprocessor
Memory
3672-3681
(ustom/Semicustom
4318-4320
General Instrument
Microprocessor
1309-1332
Memory
3683-3692
Harris Semiconductor
Digital
669-695
Microprocessor
1333-1344
Interface
2624-2742
Linear
3210-3291
Memory
3693-3.788
(ustom/Semicustom
4321-4430
HI/evel Technology
Microprocessor Development Systems

1701-1705

1706

1708-1709

1711-1718

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Hitachi America

Microprocessor
1345
Memory 3789
Holt, Inc.
CustomlSemicustom
4431·
Hybrid Systems Corp.
Interface
2743-2748
Inmos Corp.
Memory
3790-3792
Integrated Device Technology
Memory 3793-3807
Intel
Microprocessor
1347-1350
Microprocessor Development Systems
1721-1 728
Memory 3808-3825
Interdeslgn, Inc.
CustomlSemicustom
4433
International Microelectronic Products
CustomlSemicustom
4435
Kontron ElectronIcs
PROM Programmers
4103
LSI Computer Systems, Inc.
Digital
696
CustomlSemicustom
4436
Micro CIrcuit Engineering
CustomlSemicustom
4437-4440
Micro Power Systems
Military. 401
Interface
2749
Linear
3292
Mltel Semiconductor
Digital
697-714
Monolithic Memories, Inc.
Digital
715-728
. Memory
3826-3838
CustomlSemicustom
4442-4478
Motorola Semiconductor
Digital
729-733
Microprocessor
1351-1360
Microprocessor Development Systems
1729- 1738
Microcomputer Boards
1935-1945
Interface
2750-2761
Linear
3293-3298
Memory
3839-3849
CustomlSemicustom
4479-4480
National Semiconductor
Military
402-405
Digital
729-733
Microprocessor
1361-1456
Microcomputer Boards
1946-1955
Interface
2762-277 1
Linear 3299-3345
Memory
3850-3871
CustomlSemicustom
4481-4499
OKI Semiconductor
Memory
3872-3873
Oliver Advanced Engineering
PROM Programmer
4104
Optical Electronics
Linear
3346-334 7
Plessey Semiconductors
Custom/Semicustom
4501 -45 16
RCA
Military
406-409
Digital
739-760
Microprocessor
1457- t 491
Microcomputer Boards
1956-1961
Linear
3348-3371
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Memory 3874-3881
Custom/Semicustom
4517-4521
Schweber Electronics
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Seeq Technology, Inc.
Microprocessor
1492-1500
Memory
3882-3896
Semi Processes Inc.
Digital
761-771
Signetics
Military
410-423
Digital
773-810
Microprocessor
1501-1525
- Microprocessor Development Systems
Microcomputer Boards
1962-1979
Interface
2772-2778
Linear 3372-3421
Memory
3897-3939
Custom/Semicustom
4522 -4526
Silicon Systems
Custom/Semicustom
4528-4529
Sillconix
Interface
2779-2842
Sprague Electric
. Interface
2843
Stag Mlcrosystems
PROM Programmers
4105
Structured Design
PROM Programmers
4106
Sunrise Electronics
PROM Programmers
4107
Synertek
Military 424-432
1526-1550
Microprocessor
Microprocessor Development Systems
Microcomputer Boards
1980-1983
Memory 3940-3957
Custom/Semicustom
4531-4537
TRW LSI Products
Digital
812-819
Linear 3438-3442
Teledyne Semiconductor
Interface
2845-2854
Texas Instruments
Military
433-443
821-/034
Digital
Microprocessor
1552 -1564
Microprocessor Development Systems
Interface
2855-2868
Linear
3422-3437
Memory 3958-3980
Custom/Semicustom
4539-4560
Unltrode Corporation
Linear 3444-3446

1739-1746

1747

1748-1749

VTI
Memory
3981-3993
Custom/Semicustom
4561-4562
Weltek
Digital
1036-1041
Western Digital
Microprocessor
1566-1579
Interface
2869-2880
Memory
3994-3997
CustomlSem icustom
4563 -4564
Xlcor
Memory
3998-3999
ZlIog
Microprocessor
1581-1604

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The Master Selection Guide provides sufficient information for making initial product selections. All devices that
appear in this section, both in the initial selection guide
and the data pages, are included in all indexes. These
index listings lead to the page and line on that page
where each device appears.
In the Interface Section the selection parameters differ
drastically for each category; therefore each has its own
format. The analog to digital converter category has two
formats: one for binary output devices and another for
decimal units. Some of the products in this section, primarily analog to digital and digital to analog converters, may
be hybrids; the hybrids listed are only those packaged to
be compatible with ICs.
This section is not complicated by reference to package
styles; the package style suffixes are usually deleted. For
more information on each companies' suffixes, see the
Part Number Guide. Throughout the Master Selection
Guide, each full military temperature range I-55°C to
125°C} device is indicated by a It) before the manufacturer's name. Manufacturers' names are normally spelled
out; however, a few are abbreviated and the abbreviations are explained on page 2612.

CATEGORY

Analog Switches
Switches with Drivers
Switches without Drivers
Drivers
Multiplexers
Analog to Digital Converters
.Binary Output
Decimal Output
Digital to Analog Converters

2415
2421
2422
2423
2426
2438
2439

Display Drivers

2463

Error Checking Circuits

2467

Keyboard Encoders

2468

Line Circuits
Drivers
Receivers
Transceivers
Memory and Peripheral Drivers

2469
2473
2476

Sense Amplifiers
Serial Transmitters-Receivers

2481
2486
2487

Detailed· Product Information
provided by:
Advanced Micro Devices
2601
American Microsystems, Inc.
2609
Datel-Intersil
2613
Harris Semiconductor
2624
Hybrid Systems, Inc.
2743
Micro Power Systems
2749
Motorola Semiconductor
2750
National Semiconductor
2762
Signetics
2772
Siliconix
2779
Sprague Electric
2843
Teledyne Semiconductor
2845
Texas Instruments
2855
Western Digital
2869
The manufacturers listed above have provided detailed information on their latest and most significant
products.

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EINFUHRUNG
INTERFACE·
SCHALTUNGEN
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Der Master Selection Guide flir Interfaceschaltungen
enhalt aIle Informationen, die Sie flir die Erstauswahl
Ihres Produkts benotigen. Die Bauteile, die in diesem
Abschnitt erscheinen, sowohl im Selection Guide als
auch auf den Datenblattern, sind in allen Master Indexes enthalten. Diese Register verweisen auf die
Seite und Zeile, auf der das entsprechende Bauelement vorkommt.

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1m Interface-Teil unterscheiden sich die AuswahlParameter drastisch flir jede Kategorie; daher hat
jede ihre eigene Tabelle. Flir Analog-Digital-Wandler
gibt es zwei Tabellen: eine flir Bauteile mit BinarAusgang und eine weitere flir Dezimal-Bauteile.
Einige Produkte in diesem Teil, hauptsachlich Analog-Digital und Digital-Analog Wandler, konnen hybride Bauelemente sein. Es werden nur solche
hybriden Bauteile aufgeflihrt, deren Gehause kompatibel zu ICs sind.
Dieser Abschnitt wird nicht durch Hinweise auf
Gehauseformen kompliziert. Die entsprechenden
Suffixe sind meistens weggelassen. Weitere Information iiber die Suffixe jedes Herstellers erhalten Sie liber
das Numerische Typenverzeichnis. 1m ganzen Master
Selection Guide sind aIle Bauteile mit militarischem
Temperaturbereich (-55°C bis 125°C) durch ein
Kreuz (t) vor dem Namen des Herstellers gekennzeichnet. Die Namen der Hersteller sind normalerweise ausgeschreiben; einge jedoch sind abgeklirzt.
Die Abkiirzungen werden auf S. 2612 erklart.

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INTRODUCTION AUX
INTERFACES
Le Guide General de Selection fournit suffisamment de
renseignements pour permettre des selections initiales
de produits. Tous les appareils cites dans cette Section,
ala fois dans la Premier Guide de Selection et dans les
feuilles de donnees, sont indus dans tous les index.
Ces index indiquent a queUe page ~t a queUe ligne sur
cette page il a ete fait mention de tel appareil.
Dans la Section "Interfaces", les parametres de selection changent pour chaque categorie, ce qui implique
un format special pour chacun. Les convertisseurs
analogues et digitaux ont deux formats: un pour les
appareils a sortie binaire et un autre pour les unites
decimales. Certains produits de cette Section, notamment les convertisseurs d' analogue a digital et de
digital a analogue, peuvent etre des hybrides. Les
hybrides enumeres sont ceux qui possedent un boitier
compatible aux circuits integres.
Cette Section ne fait pas reference aux types de boitieri
les suffixes indiquant Ie type de boitier sont generalement omis. Pour plus d'information sur les suffixes
employes par chaque societe, reportez-vous au Guide
des Numeros de Pieces. Dans tout Ie Guide General de
Selection chaque appareil avec selection complete de
temperatures imposees par I' Armee (-55°C a 125°C)
est indique par Ie signe (t), juste avant Ie nom du
Jabricant, Les noms des fabricants sont generalement
ecrits en en tier, certains cependant sont abreges.
Reportez-vous a la page 2612 pour connaitre la signification de ces abreviations.

2412

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INTRODUCCION A
ZONA INTERFACIAL
La Gufa Maestra de Seleccion provee suficiente informacion para hacer selecciones iniciales de producto.
Todas las componentes que aparecen en esta seccion,
ya sea en la gufa de seleccion inicial 0 en las paginas·
de datos, estan inclufdas entodos los ostros fndices.
Estas listas de fndices los conduce a la pagina y linea
de aquella pagina donde se encuen tra cada

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tal manera que cada una tienesu propio formato. La
categorfa de convertidores analogicos a digitales tiene
dos formatos: uno para componentes de salida binaria
y otro para unidades decimales. Algunos de los productos en esta seccion, principalmente convertidores
analogico a digital y digital a analogico, pueden ser
hfbridos i los hfbridos en la lista son solo aquellos de
estilo constructivo compatible con CI*.

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constructivo i los sufijos que denotan estilo constructivo han sido generalmente omitidos. Para informacion adicional sobre sufijos de las compaiifas, refierase
a la Gufa de Numero de Pieza. A 10 largo de la Gufa
de Seleccion Maestra, cada intervalo completo de
temperatura para uso militar (SSOC a 12S0C) de la
componente aparece indicada por el signo (t) que
precede al nombre del fabricante. Los nombres de los
fabricantes no son generalmente deletreados; sin embargo, algunos aparecen abreviados y las abrieviaturas
son explicadas en la pagina 2612.

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INTERFACE-Analog Switches
ON
Function

Switch
Type

Resistance

25°c,11

Analog
SIgnal
Range V

Supply
Voltage,
V

ON
Device

Une Function

Source

Switch
Type

2xSPST CMOS

Switches with Drivers

Resistance

25°C, 11

Analog
Signal
Range V

CMOS

50

±11
±15,5

±15,5
±15,5

IH5140M
DG5040A
DG5040C

75

±10
±11

±15,5
±15,5

IH5140C
H15040·2
H15040·5
IH5040M

80
JFET

6
10

PMOS

2xSPST CMOS

±10

±15,5

IH5040C

±15

t Intersi!
tSIIICDAlx
(2779.2813)
SlIIconlx
(2779.2813)

DG200AA
75

CAG6
CAG10A

t Teledyne C
tTeledyneC

-5 to 10
-5t04

±15
±15,5

CAG6·10
CAG10C

t Teledyne C
tTeledyneC

15

-10t05

.±15,5

CAG100

t Teledyne C

30

±5
±8

±5,5
-18,12

CAG10
IH5001

t Teledyne C
Intersi!

50

-10t04
-10t05

±15,5
-15,5

CAG10B
CAG14

t Teledyne C
t Teledyne C

±8

-18.12

IH5OO2

±10

±15

2110BE

60

+10

+18,5

CAG30

tTeledyne C

100

±5

±15

2107BE

tTeledyneC

80·300

±10

-20,10

TL6101
TL610M

TI
tTl

100-400

±10

-20,10

TL610C

TI

35
45

;t 10

±10

±15,5
±15,5

IH5048M
IH5048C

t Intersil
Intersil

50

±7.5
±10

±15.5
±15.5

OGM181B
OGM182A

Intersil
t Intersi!
t Intersi!

10
80

±15,5

IH5141M

±15

HI300

Hlrrla

±11

± 15,5

OG2oo
IH200M
IH5041M

Intersi!
t Intersi!
t Intersil
tHmla
Hmls

±1S,5

H15041-2
H15041·5

±10

±15.5

IH200C
IH5041C

Intersil
Intersil

±14

±15

OG200C
IH5200C

Intersi!
Intersil

±15

±15

ADG200B
ADG200C
H1200·5

AD
AD
Hlrrls

HI304

Hlrrls

HI381

Hmls

20

DG200AC
DG200B
D0200C

±15,5

HI5048·%
H15048,5
DS5041A
DG5041C

70

±14

±15

OG200M
IH5200

(2643)
tHarrla
Harrll
(2643)
tSlllcanlx
(2779,2813)
SIIICODlx
(2779,2813)
t Intersi!

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(2643)
(2643)

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(3176)
(3176)

(2624.3287)
Micro Pwr (401)
Micro Pwr (401)
Silicon Ix
(2779.2784)
SlIIconlx
(2779.2784) 80
Silicon Ix
(2779.2784)
SlIIconlx
(2779.2784)
(3176)
(3176)

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6
10

-6to 10
-18,15
-6to 10
-18,15
-7.5 to 15 ±15,5

CAG27
CAG27·10
OG180A
OG180B
DG180A
DG180B

t Teledyne C
t TeledyneC
t Intersi!
Intersi!
tSlllconlx (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779) 90

-18,12

OG141A
IHSOO5
AH0141
AH0141C
OG141A

t Intersi!
t Intersi! .
tNlllanl1
Nillonil
t Silicon Ix

(2630,3287)
(2635.3288)
Harris
tSlllcoalx (2779)
tSlllconlx (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779)
Silicon Ix (2779)
SIIICDnlx (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779)
. tSlllconlx (2779) 40
tSlllcanlx (%779)
Silicon Ix (2779)
Silicon Ix (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779)
SlIIcanlx (2779)
tSlllcaalx (2779)
tSlllcoalx (2779)
SIIICDDlx (2779)
SlIIcollx (2779)
tSlllconlx (2779) 50
tSlllconlx (2779)

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HI400
OG300A
DG300AA
OG300AB
DG300AC
00300B
DS300C
OG304A
DG304AA
DS304AB
D0304AC
OG304B
DS304C
OG381A
OS381AA
OG381AB
DG381AC
D0381B
DS381C

AD7592DIB
AD7592DIK

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90

±15

±10

-20,10,5 OG180A
OG180B
OG180A
OG180B
15

±7.5

±15

OG151A
AH0151
AH0151C
OG151A

t Intersi!
tNlllanl1
Nllln.11
t Siliconix

-18,12

OG141B
OG441A
OG141B

Intersi!
Intersi!
Silicon Ix

20

±S.5

±15

OG151B
OG451A
OG1518

Intersll
Intersil
Siliconix

30

-6to 10
-18,15
-7.5 to 15 ±15,S

-12.5 to 10

t Intersil

-20,10,5 OG181A
(Continued)

(3344)
(3344)

t Intersi!
Intersi!
t Siliconix
Siliconix

±8

CAG24
OG181A
IH181M
AM181
OG181A

100
(3344)
(3344)

110
t Teledyne C
t Intersil
t Intersil
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MP200DlC
OG200AB

JFET

(2624,3287)
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tSlllconlx
(2779.2784)
tSlllconlx
(2779.2784)

OGM182B
IH5141C

Intersi!

±15

Line

(Cont'd)
(3176)

tAD
tHarrls

±15,5

t TeledyneC

±11

Source

±10

Intersi!

±15
±15,5

ADG200A
H1200·2
MP200DIA
DG200A

Intersi!
t Harris
(2643.3288)
HarriS
(2643.3288)
t Intersi!

-5to 10
-5t04

Device

70
±15

SPST

Supply
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V

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Function

Switch
Type

ON
Resistance
25°C,{l

Analog
Signal
Range V

Supply
Voltage,
V

(Cont'd)
Oevice

Source

Switches with Drivers
2xSPST JFET

30

Line Function

(Cont'd)

Switch
Type

Analog
Signal
Range V

ON
Resistance
25°C,{l

Supply
Voltage,
V

(Cont'd)

±10

-18,12

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OG133A
IH5003
IH5OO6
AH0133
AH0133C
OG133A

(3344)
(3344)

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35

±8

-18,12

OG433A

t Teledyne C
t Intersll

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-7.5 to 15

±15,5

OG1818
IH181C
DG181.

Intersil
Intersil
SlIIconlx

AM281

National

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PMOS

t Intersil
t National
t Sillconix
t Intersil
t Intersil
t Intersll

IH181M
AM181
OG181A

75

-15to 10

-20,10,5 AM281

±7.5

±15

±15,5

50
75-200

±15
-5to 10
±10

±15
HI401
±15,5
OGM111A
-20,10,5 OGM111A

t Siliconlx
t Siliconix

75-250

-5to 10
±10

±15,5
OGM111B
-20,10,5 OGM111B

Silicon Ix
Silicon Ix

100-450

±10

-20,10,5 OG111
OG112

t Intersll
t Intersll

-20,10
OG116
-20,10,5 OG118

t Intersll

4xSPST Common Output
PMOS 100-450

±10

10

(2779)

20

±8

-18,12

OG1338
OG1338

Intersil
Silicon Ix

±10

-18,12
-18,15

IH5004
CAG13
CAG42
CAG45A

Intersl!
t Teledyne C
t TeledyneC
tTeledyneC

AM182
OG182A
IH182M
DG182A

t National
t Intersil
t Intersil
tSllleoDlx

-7.5 to 15
-10to 15

±15,5
±15,5

JFET

(2779)

-20,10,5 AM182

t National

-20,10,5 OG182A
IH182M
AM281
OG182A

t Intersil
t Intersll
National
t Siliconix

±10

±15

TL182M

tTl

±15

±10

SW-056
SW-05F

t PMI
PMI

OG434A
OG134A
IH5007
AH0134
AH0134C
OG134A

Intersi!
tinters))
Intersll
tNallo.al
Nallolll
t Siliconix

-15to 10

80

100

±8
±10

-10to 15

-15to 10

-18,12
-18,12

t SlIIconix

-20,10,5 OG1728

Sillconix

200-600

±10

-20,10,5 OG172C

Silicon Ix

4xSPST CMOS

Intersll
Intersll
National
SlIIcDalx

-20,10,5 OG182B
IH182C
AM282
OG1826

±S.5·

±15

DG452A
OG152B

Intersll
Intersll
National
Siliconlx
Inters))
Siliconix

±8

-18,12

OG1348
OG134B

Intersll
Siliconlx

±10'

±1S,5

TL182C
TL1821

TI
TI

2416

SW-201B
SW-2026

80

PMI
PMI

85

±10

±15

SW01B
SW01F
SW026
SW02F

100

±10

±15

SW-201F
SW-202F

100
200

±10
±10

-18,15
±15,0

CAG48A
LF11201
LF11202
LF11331
LF11332
LF11333

tTeledyneC
tllaU.aal
tllaUnal
tllatleaal
tNaUD.al
tNaUe..1

250

±10

±15,0

LF13201
LF13202
LF13331
LF13332
LF13333

lIalll.al
NaU ••al
lIaUe.al
NaU..al
NaU..al

200-600

±10

-20,10,5 AHOO15
AHOO15C

tllaU.ul
lIalle.al

±15

H1201H8-2

tHarrl1

H12018S-5

Harrll

50

. ±15

tPMI
PMI
tPMI
PMI
PMI
PMI
(3318) 90
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3318)
(3344) 100
(3344)

(2626,3287)
(2626.3287)
75·

±11

±15,5

IH201M
IH202M
IH5052M
IH5053M

t
t
t
t

80

±10

±15

IP201DIA
IP201DI.

tIler. Pwr

(3344)
(3344)

Intersll
Intersll
Intersll
Intersll

IH201C
IH202C
IH5052C
IHS053C

Intersll
Inters))
Intersll
Intersll

±14

±15

OG201M
IHS201M

t Intersll
t Intersll

. ±1S

±15

ADG20lA
H1201-2

tAD
tHlrrl1

±15

±15

AD7590DIB
AD7590DIK
AD7591DI.
AD7591DIK

(2779)

(401)
(401)

Illen Pwr

±15,5

50

110

(3176)
(2626.3287)

I

90

60
(Continued)

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

tPMI
PMI
tPMI
PMI
PMI

40

OG1828
IH182C
AM282
DG1828

±15,5

PMOS

tlntersll

-20,10,5 OG172A

30

-12.5 to 10

70

±10

SW03B
SW03F
SW048
SW04F
SW06

(Cont'd)
(2779)
(2779)

Harris

±10

4xSPST Various Combinations of Normally On/Off
80·
±10
FET
±15

(3344)
(3344)

tNIUoaal
NaUonal
t Siliconix

tSlllmlx
SlIIcDalx

150-500

4xSPST Var. Comb. of Normally On/Off, with Disable
FET
85
±10
±15.

National

t Intersil

DG281A
DG281.

150-450

Intersil
Inters))
Sillconlx

DG152A
AH0152
AH0152C
OG152A

Line

-7.5 to 15

-12.5to 10
-20,10,5 OG1818
IH181C
OG1818

Source

300
-12.5 to 10
-20,10,5

Oevle.

2xSPST JFET

AD
AD
AD
AD

(3176)
(3176)
(3176) 120
(3178)
(Continued)

• Typical Value
Blld fact ladlcatu ..dlU..al uta II pra,"" •• lb. pa•• IOttd.

'CIC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Analog Switches. (Cont'd)
Function

Switch
Type

ON
Resistance
25'C.!l

Analog
Signal
Range V

Supply
Voltage.
V

Oevice

line Function

Source

(Cont'd)

Switches with Drivers

Switch
Type

ON
Resistance
25'C.!l

90

100

±15

±15
DG221A
DG221C

tSlllconlx
Silicon Ix
Intersil
Intersil

±14

±15

OG201C
IH5201C

±15

±15

AD
AD7510DIJ
AD7510DIK
AD
AD7510DIS tAD
AD7511DIJ
AD
AD7511DIK
AD
AD751101S tAD
AD7511DIT tAD
AD
ADG201B
ADG201C
AD
H1201·5
HarrIs
MP7510DIJ
MP7510DIK
MP7510DIS
MP751101J
MP7511DIK
MP751101S
r.1P75110lT
DG308A
DG308C
OG309A
DG309C

175

±15

±15

DG201A
DG201AA
OG202A
OG202B
DG211C
OG212C

200

±15

±15

OG20lAB
DG201AC
DG201B
DG201C
DG202C

2BO

±7.5

±7.5

F4066BC
F4066BM
H014066B
MC14066BA
MC14066BC
C04066BC
CD4066BM
CD4066A
CD4066AE
CD4066B
CD4066BE
HCC4066B
HCF4066B
N4066A
883/4066B
SCL4066B
TC4066B

tSlllconlx
(2779.2786)
tSlllconlx
(2779.2786)
Silicon Ix
(2779.2786)
Sillconix
(2779.2786)
Sillconix
(2779.2788)

±7.5

±7.5

'.

(3176)
(3176)
(3176)
(3176)
(3176)
(3176) 10
(3176)
(3176)
(3176)

tSlllconlx
(2779.2786)
tSlllconlx
(2779.2779.2786)
tSlllconlx
(2779.2788)
Silicon Ix
(2779.2788)
Sillconix
(2779.2790) 30
Sillconix
(2779.2792)

Device

Source

4xSPST CMOS

(Cont'd)
(2794)
(2794)

(2626.3287)
Micro Pwr (401)
Micro Pwr (401)
tMlcro Pwr (401)
Micro Pwr (401)
Micro Pwr (401)
tMlcro Pwr (401) 20
tUlcro Pwr (401)
tSlllconlx
(2779.279B)
Silicon Ix
(2779.2798)
tSlllconlx
(2779.2800)
Silicon Ix
(2779.2800)

Supply
Voltage.
V

BOO
850

±7.5

70

±7.5

Inverted Control ± 7.5
±7.5
±7.5

OMOS

line

(Cont'd)
400

4xSPST CMOS

Analog
Signal
Range V

±7.5

±7.5

Hitachi
H014016B
MC14016BA t Motorola
MC14016BC Motorola
BB3/4016B tsss
SCL4016B
SSS
CM4016A
t Salltron
CM4016AE
Solitron
TC4016B
Toshiba
F4016C
F4016M

Fairchild
t Fairchild

B83/4416B
SCL4416B

tsss
SSS

CD4016BC
CD4016BM
CD4016A
CD4016AE
C04016B
CD4016BE
HCC4016B
HCF4016B
CM4016A
CM4016AE
CM4116A
CM4116AE

Nlt/ODII
tNIt/onll
tRCA
RCA
tRCA
RCA
t SGS
SGS
tSalitron
Solitron
tSolitron
Solitron

(3318)
(3318)
(748)
(748)
(748) 70
(748)

S05000

Sillconlx

(2824) 80

805200

SIllCODlx

(2824)

± 10

±15

±15

±15

100

±10

±15

SW201B
SW201F
SW202B
SW202F

tPMI
PMI
tPMI
PMI

JFET

10
30

±10.
±7.5

-18,2.8
±15,5

CAM604A
AM193

t Teledyne C
National

50

-10t05
±10

-15,5
±18,-7

CAG49
CAGSO

t TeledyneC
t TeledyneC

60

±10

-18,5

CAG49

t TeledyneC

75

±10

±15

SW7510A
SW7510B
SW7510E
SW7510F
SW7511A
SW7511B
SW7511E
SW7511F

tPMI
tPMI
PMI
PMI
t PMI
tPMI
PMI
PMI

±15,5

AM 194

-20,10

06123
06123A

tlntersil
t Sillconix

-20,10,5 OG125
OG125A

t Intersil
t Siliconlx

90

National

06123B
OG123B

Intersil
Siliconlx

-20,10,5 06125B
06125B

Intersil
Siliconix

-20,10

o

+'"

(2824)
(2824)

S05001
S05002

±10

:::l

CJ

Sillconix
Sillconix

±15

±10

Oto·10
10

-15
10

COA1·3
COMA

t TeledyneC
t TeledyneC

±10

-15,5
±15

COA23
COM

t TeledyneC
t Teledyne C

100

110

OJ' means four terminals with a pair of normally open and normally closed contacts.

co IC MASTER

1983

Q)

"C

C

FET

Fairchild
5xSPST Common Output
t Fairchild
PMOS 100-450
Hitachi
40
t Motorola
Motorola
National
(3318)
(3318)
t National
125·500
(748)
tRCA
RCA
(748)
(748)
tRCA
RCA
(748)
tS6S
SPOTforO/A
S6S
NPN·PNP
Signetics
50
10
t SSS
SSS
Toshiba
(Continued)

60

2417

()
Q)

Q)

(J)

Ie

MASTER

INTERFACE-Analog Switches
ON
Function

Switch
Type

Resistance

25°C,n

Analog
SIgnal
Range V

Supply
Voltage,
V

(Cont'd)
Oevice

Source

SWitches with Drivers

Line Function

Switch
Type

ON
Resistance
25°C,n

SPOT I

JFET

30

(Cont'd)

Analog
Signal
Range V

Supply
Voltage,
V

Device

Source

Line

(Cont'd)
-12.5to 10

SPOT I

CMOS

35
45

±10
±10

±15,5
±15,5

IH5050M
IH5050C

t Intersil
Intersil

50

±11
±15

±15,5
±15

IH5142M
HI301

t Intersil
Harris
(2630.3287)
Harris
(2630.3287)
Harris
(2635.3288)
tSlllconlx (2779)
tSlllconlx (2779)
Silicon Ix (2779)
Silicon Ix (2779) 10
SlIIconlx (2779)
Silicon Ix (2779)
tSlllconlx (2779)
tSlllcDalx (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779)
SlIIconlx (2779)
SlIIcanlx (2779)
tSlllcaalx (2179)
tSlllcanlx (2779) 20
SlIIconlx (2779)
SlIIcaalx (2779)
SlIIcanlx (2779)
Silicon Ix (2779)

HI305

CD
"'C
::J

HI387

(!J

OG301A
OG301AA
OG301A8
OG301AC
OG3018
OG301C
OG305A
OG305AA
OG305A8
OG305AC
003058
OG305C
OO387A
OG387AA
OG387A8
OG387AC
OG3878
OG387C

C

....0
()

~

CD

en
~

.....CDrn
ca

::E

±15,5

H15050-2
H15050-5
OG5042A
OG50UC

75

JFET

±15,5
±15,5

IH5142C
IH5042M

Intersil
t Intersi!

±15

±15,5

H15042-2
H15042-5

t Hlrrls

±10

±15,5

IH5042C

6
10

-5to 10
-5to 10
-7.51015

±15
±15
±15,5

CAG7
CAG7-10
DG186A
OG1B68
OG186A
OG186B

Harris

t
t
t
t

±18,12

OGl44A
AH0144
AH0144C
OGl44A

t Intersil
tNallonal
Nillonal
t Siliconix

35

±8

±8,12

OG444A

Intersil

50

-7.5 to 15 ±15,5

OG1878
IH187C
OG1878

Intersil
Intersil
SlIIconlx

-10to 15

AM287

National

±15,5

-20,10,5 OG1878
IH187C
OG1878
-15to 10

-20,10,5 AM287

±7.5

±15

±8

75

-7.5 to 15
-10to 15

15

20
30

±7.5

±18,12

OG146A
AH0146
AH0146C
OG146A

t Intersil

OG161A
AH0161
AH0161C
OG161A

t Intersi!

±15

tlllloDal
lalloDaI
Siliconix

±8

±18,12

OG1468
OG446A
OG1468

Intersi!
Intersi!
Sillconix

±5.5

±15

OG461A
OG1618

Intersil
Silicon Ix

-7.5 to 15

±15,5

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)

2418

tNIUoul
IIUDDal
Silicon Ix

OG187A
IH187M
AM187
OG187A

(2779)

National

OG162A
AH0162
AH0162C
OG162A

t Intersil
tNlllonl1
Nillonil
t Sillconlx

±15
± lB,12

21268G
OGl448
OGl448

t Teledyne C

±15,5
±15,5

AM1B8
OG1B8A
IH188M
OG188A

t National
t Intersil
t Intersil
tSlllconlx

(3344)
(3344) 80

Intersi!
Siliconlx

-20,10,5 AM1B8

t National
t Intersi!
t Intersi!
t Siliconlx

±10

±15,5

TL188M

±8
±10

±18,12
-18,12

OG443A
OG143
AH0143
AH0143C
OG143A

tTl
Intersil
t Intersi!
t Nillonal
Nillonil
t Siliconix

30
(2643)
(2643)
80

100

-10to 15

±15,5

OG1888
IH188C
AM288
OG1888

Intersi!
Intersil
National
SIIICODlx

-15to 10

-20,10,5 OG1888
IH188C
AM288
OG1888

Intersil
Intersi!
National
Siliconix

±5.5

±15

OG1628

Silicon Ix

±8

±15

OG462A

Intersil

±10

-18,12
±15

OG1438
AH2114

Siliconix
tNllloal1

±15,5

TL 188C
TL 1881

--12.5 to 10

±10

70

Intersil
Intersil
Silicon Ix

-20,10,5 OG188A
IH188M
OG188A

-15to 10

t Teledyne C
t Teledyne C
t Intersi!
Intersi!
tSlllcDnlx (2779)
SlIIcoalx (2779)
t Intersil
Intersil
t Siliconix
Siliconix

(3344)
(3344)

(2779)

-12.5 to 10

Intersil

-20,10,5 DGl86A
OG1868
OG186A
OG1868

Intersil
Intersil
National
Siliconix

-12.5 to 10

(2643)
tHlrrls
Harris
(2643)
tSlllconlx
(2779.2813)
Silicon Ix
(2779.2813)

±10
± 11

80

±10

-20,10,5 OG187A
IH187M
AM187
OG187A

40

(3344)
(3344)

(3344)
(3344) 50

t Intersi!
t Intersi!
t National
SPOT
tSlllconlx (2779) 60
(Continued)

90

(3344)
(3344)

100
.(2779)

(3344) 110

TI
TI

125

±10

±15

AH2114C

lalloaal

(3344)

300

-7.51015

±15,5

OG287A
OG287B

tSlllconlx
SIIICODlx

(2779)
(2779)

NPN-PNP
10

±10

-15,5

COA23

t Teledyne C

PMOS

100-400

±10

-20,10

TL6041
TL604M

TI
tTl

200-600

±10

-20,10

TL604C

50
100-400

-10t05
±10

-15,5
-20,10

COA18
SI3002A

JFET
PMOS

TI
t Teledyne C
120
t Silicon Ix
(Continued)

* Typical Value
80ld faca ladlcltls IddlUoDl1 data Is provided oa lbl pigi aotld.



Nallonal

(3319)

tNalional

(3319)

ADCOB08

TI

ADC·830

Datel

MN5065
MN5065H
MN5066
MN5066H
ADCOB02
ADCOS02C
ADCOB03

(3438)

Micro Net

t Micro Net
Micro Net

.t Micro Net
t Intersli
Intersil

t Intersil

ADC0803C

Intersil

ADC0802

t "alloaal

(3319)

".lloall

(3319)

ADC0802C
ADC0803
ADC0803C
MK50BOB

t"alloaal

(3319)

"alloaal
Mostek

(3319)

MK50B16

Mostek

n530

TI

(2865)

40
(2868)

n532

TI

x
x

4140

Teledyne P

x

4143-01
ADC-EJ(8B

t Teledyne P

TSC8700

TeledyneS

TSC8703

Teledyne S

x
x
x
x
x

30

4143

Teledyne P
Dal,1

ADC-ET8BM t Dalll
ADC-ETBBC

Dalll

(2619)

(2819)
(2619) '50
(Continued)

• Typical Value
Bold faceladlcalla ad.ItI ••al 'ala la proy"" " Ib, pa., IIDltd.

c IC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Analog to Digital Converters
Bits
Res.

LlnearIty
Error
±LSB

Conver- Power
sian Time Dis.
±'h LSB mW
(max.)
~

Bin.
Output

Off.
Bin.
Output

CampI.
Bin.
Output

CampI.
Off.
Bin.
Output

(Cont'd)
CTC or
2's
CampI.
Output

Sign.
Magn.
Output

Mux.
In.

S&H

Integrating

Int.
Ref.

Par.
Out

Ser.
Out

Device

Source

(Cont'd)

Binary Output
AD

(Cont'd)
(3174)

AD7574J

AD

(3174)

AD7574S

tAD

(3174)

MP7574A

tMlcro Pwr
(401,2749)

"'0

Micro Pwr
(401.2749)

(9

8
3/4

15

30

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x
x

-

x

70

2.5 •

x

2.5

1010

10

AD7574A

x

66.6

80

x

x

x

9

x

x

x

1

x
x

MP7574J

x

x

MP7574S

x

x

AD7581K
TL520

x

x

100 •

t Hybrid Sys

x

x

HS5131C

Hybrid Sys

x

x

x

x

ZN449E-8

DOC

x

x

x

x

ZN449J-8

t DOC

ADC0831C

National
(3319.3322)

ADC0832C

National
(3319.3322)

x

x

ADC0833C

National
(3319.3323)

x

x

ADC0834C

National
(3319.3322)

x

x

ADC0838C

National
(3319.3322)

x

x

TL521

x

x

x

ADC0817

l\.

x

x

ADC809

National

,x

x

x

ADC809

TI

x

x

ADC0804

x

x

ADC0804C

x

x

ADC0804C

National

x

x

ADC0804

TI

x

x

ADC0805C

National

(3319)

x

x

ADC0805M

tNltlonal

(3319)

110

875

112 *

15

x

x

300

15·

x

x

6.5 *

x

x
x

TI
t National

(3319)
20

t Intersil
Intersil
(3319)

",PD7oo1

NEC-Micro

TL531

TI

(2866)

TL533

TI

(2867) 30

x

TC5091

Toshiba

x

x

x

2

Q)

CI)
10

x

.875

300

x

TC5090

Toshiba

50

255

x

x

ADC0800PC

National

(3319)

80

255

x

x

ADC0800P

tNatlonal

(3319)

8 (analog input for microprocessors)
1/2
2.5
1350
32
400

50 •
1000

x

x

MP20

Burr-Brown

x

x

MP21

Burr-Brown

x
x

x

8 (analog to pulse width converter for
microprocessor systems)
1/2
15 *

-

32

Bin.-Binary
Oft-Offset

e IC MASTER

x

MCl4444

Motorola

AD7583K

AD

Motorola

x

MCl4443

50 *

x

MCl4447

Motorola

75 *

x

",A9708C

Fairchild

x

",A9708M

t Fairchild

8 (O/A, AID, with counter)
112
500
150

1983

Dalel

x

x

x

x

ADC-MC88C

x

x

x

x

ADC-MC8BM t Datel

Compl. -Complementary
Magn.-Magnitude

CTC-Compl. 2'5 Compl.
In!. Ret-Internal Reference

o

.....
C,,)
Q)

2.5 •

875

C

TI

HS5131B

x

::J

(3174)

30

103

2000

AD

x

x

Q)

tMlcro Pwr
(401.2749)

x

x

100

Line

Mux.ln-Multiplexed Inputs
S&H-Sample and Hold

40

(2619)

Par. Out-Parallel Output
Ser. Out-Serial Output

2429

Ie MASTER
INTERFACE-Analog to Digital Converters
Bits
Res.

linear·
Ity
Error
±LSB

Conver· Power
slon Time DIs.
±'hLSB mW
,.s
(max.)

Off.

Bin.
Output

Bin.
Output

Compl.
Bin.
Output

Compl.
Off.
Bin.
Output

(Cont'd)
CTCor
2's

Compl.
Output

Sign.
Magn.
Output

Mux.

In.

S&H

Int·
egra·
tlng

tnt
Ref.

Par.
Out

Ser.
Out

Device

Source

9

1/2

1

500 *

x
x

20

350
350 *

.Q)

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IC MASTER

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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Analog to Digital Converters
Bits
Res.

LinearIty
Error
:tLSB

Conversian Time
:tv, LSB
I'S

Power
Dis.
mW
(max.)

Bin.
Output

Off.
Bin.
Output

Campi.
Bin.
Output

Campi.
Off.
Bin.
Output

(Cont'd)
CTCor
2's
CampI.
Output

Sign.
Magn.
Output

Mux.
In.

S&H

Int,egrating

Int.
ReI.

Par.
Out

Ser.
Out

Device

Binary Output
10

Line

Source

(Cont'd)
x

x

x

x

x

x

ADADC8D-15

AD

(Cont'd)
(3174)

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADADC80Z10
tAD

(3174)
(3174)

1/2

21

30
120

200

1

1

300
5"

-

x

x

x

x

AD571K

AD

x

x

x

x

MP571K

MicroPwr

Q)

"0

x

x

x

x

AD7570L

AD

x

x

x

x

MP757DL

Micra Pwr
(401.2749)

CD

x

x

x

x

MP75708

tMlcro Pwr
(401.2749)

o

::J

x

x

ADC1001B

HllioDl1

(3319)

x

x

ADC1021B

NllioAiI

(3319)

x

4144

Teledyne P

5000

20 "

x

x

6000

20

x

x

x

x

ADC-EK10B

Dltll

25

x

x

x

TSC8701

Teledyne S

x

x

Teledyne S

x

TSC8704

x

ADC-ET10BM t 01111

(2619)

50

x

x

ADC-ET10BC

Dllel

(2619)

15

-

x

AD573J

AD

(3174)

30

300

x

x

x

x

AD571J

AD

(3174)

x

x

x

x

AD5718

tAD

(3174)

x

x

x

x

MP571J

Micro Pwr

x

x

x

x

MP571S

t Micro Pwr

x

x

x

x

MCE571J

Micra Eog (4440)

x

x

x

tMlcrD Eog (4440)

80
80

-

11

1

15

500

12

1/2

1

1500

2

1800 "
1900

x

MCE5718

x

ADC1001C

HIIiDDII

(3319)

x

x

ADC1021C

Nllloo.1

(3319)

x

x

x

x

x

AD7571K

AD

(3171.3174)

x

x

x

x

x

AD7571T

tAD

(3171.3174)

x

x

x

x

x

AD7571J

AD

(3171.3174)

x

x

x

x

x

AD75718

tAD

(3171.3174)

x

x

x

x

x

HS574J
HS5748

tHybrld Sri (2743) 30

x

x

x

x

x

MN5245

x

x

x

x

x

ADC-8516-12 DOC

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADC-817MC

01111

(2619)

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADC-817MM t Dalll

(2618)

x

x

x

x

ADC00401

x

2500

x

x

x

x

x

1800 "
775 "

x

1900

x

x

x

x

x

DOC

HAS-1202

AD

(3175)

AD

(3172.3175)

x

ADC-827MC

Dalel

(2621)

x

ADC-827MM t 01111

(2618)

x

x

ADC60-12

Burr-Brown

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

Micro Net

AD578L

x

2.2
3

40

3.5

1.8

x

x

4.5

755 "

x

x

x

x

x

AD578K

AD

(3172.3175)

775 *

x

x

x

x

x

AD578T

tAD
AD

(3172.3175)

AD5240K
AD52408

AD

(3175)

5

1400 *

6
7

x

x

x

x

x

x

MN5240-12

Micro Nel

x

x

x

x

x

4189

Teledyne P

1600 "

x

x

x

x

x

x

DDC-5240-12 t DOC

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADH-8586-12 t DOC

x

x

x

x

x

AD578J

AD

x

x

x

x

x

AD578S

tAD

1200 *

(3175)

x
2175
775 "

Q)

Hybrid 8YI (2743)

x

x

()
Q)

20

x

x

+-'

(2619)

x
x

C

10

43

200
10 Plus Sign
1/2

800

(3172.3175)
(3172.3175) 50

x

x

x

x

x

x

TDADC85

Teledyne P

x

x

x

x

x

x

TDADC87

t Teledyne P
(Continued)

Bln.-Binary
Oft-Offsel

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Compl.-Complemenlary
Magn.-Magnitude

1983

CTC-Compl. 2's Compl.
Int. Ref.-Inlernal Reference

Mux. In-Multiplexed Inputs
S&H-Sample and Hold

Par. Out-Parallel Output
Ser. Out-Serial Output

2431

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INTERFACE-Analog to Digital Converters
Blls
Res.

Linear·
Ity
Error
±LSB

Canver· Power
sian Time 015.
±'hLSB mW
(max.)
I'll

Bin.
Outpul

Off.
Bin.
Oulpul

CampI.
Bin.
Oulpul

CampI.
Off.
Bin.
Oulpul

(Cont'd)
CTC or
2'5
CampI.
Oulpul

Sign.
Magn.
Oulput

Mux.
-. In.

S&H

Inl·
egraling

Int.
Ref. .

Par.
Oul

Ser.
Oul

Device

Source

(Cont'd)

Binary Output
12

Line

(Cont'd)

112
8

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADCHZ12BMM

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADCHS12BMC

Datel

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADCHS12BMM

t Dltll

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

ADC-84·12

Datel

ADC-85-12

Datel

ADC-85C-12

Datel

1500
2000

:J
(!)

x
x
x
x
x
x

)(

Q)

"'C

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

1400 *

C

o

9

+oJ

2150

()
Q)

Q)

en

9*

10

2845

MNADC85-12 Micro Net
MNADC87

Micro Net

ADC87/MIL

t Burr-Brown

ADC87U

Burr-Brown

ADCHZ12BGC

Dltll

(2619)

t Dltll

(2618)

(2618)
'(2623) 10

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x

x

x

x

x

x

DDCADC87·
12

DOC

x
x
x

x
x
x

x

x
x
x

x
x

ADADC84-12

AD

ADC84-12

Burr-Brown

x

x
x
x

x

ADH-8585-12

x
x

x
'x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x

ADADC85-12

AD

ADC85-12

Burr-Brown

x

x
x
x

x

H15712-2

t Harris
(2704.3288.3291 )

x

x

x

x

x

H15712-5

Hlrrls
(2704.328B.3291)

x

x

x

x

x

HI5712-7

Harris
(2704.3288.3291)

x

x

x

x

x

HI5712-8

tHlrrls
(2704.3288.3291) 30

x

x

x

x

x

HI5712A-2

tHerrls
(2704.3288.3291 )

x

x

x

x

x

HI5712A·7

Harris
(2704.3288.3291)

x

x

x

x

x

HI5712A-8

t Hlrrls
(2704.3288.3291)

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

AOC-5213

Dltll

(2621)

ADC-5213E

Dltll

(2621)

x

ADC-5214H t Dltll (2618.2621)

x
x
x
x

ADC-5215

Dltll

ADC-5215E

Dltll

(2621)

ADC-5215H

t Dltal

(2618.2621)

x

MN5213H

x

MN5214

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

1100

x
1200
1200 *

1550
1575

x
x
x
x

MNADC84·12 Micro Net

x

HDAS-16MC

Dltal

HDAS-16MM t Dltll

(2620)

HDAS-8MC

Dltel

(2623)

HDAS-8MM t Dltal

(2620)

ADC-87-12

Datel

HSADC85B

t Hybrid Sys (2744)

HSADC85C

Hybrid Sys (2744)

DDCADC8512

DOC

20

(3175)

t DOC
1800
2000

13

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

744

745

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x

t Military Temperature Range (-55 0 to 125°C)

2432

(3175)

ADC-5213H t 011,1 (2618.2621)
ADC-5214

Dltll

(2621)

ADC-5214E

Datil

(2621)

MN5213

(2621) 40

Micro Net

t Micro Net
Micro Net
(Continued)

* Typical Value
Bold 'Ica Indlcltls Iddltlonal dltlls provided aD tb. PIUI notld.

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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Analog to Digital Converters
Bits
Res.

Linear·
Ity
Error
±LSB

Conver· Power
slon Time Dis.
:!:'IHSB mW·
,.s
(max.)

Bin.
Output

Off.
Bin.
Output

Compl.
Bin.
Output

Com pl.
Off.
Bin.
Output

(Cont'd)
CrCor
2's
Compl.
Output

Sign.
Magn.
Output

Mux.
In.

S&H

Int·
egrating

Int.
Ref.

Par.
Out

Ser.
Out

Device

(Cont'd)

Binary Output
12

112

13

(Cont'd)

745

CIC MASTER

Dalll

(2621)

ADC-521DE

Dalll

(2621)

ADC-521DH t Dalll (2618,2621)

"C
::J

CD

x

x

x

x

ADC-5211

Dalll

(2621)

x

x

x

ADC-5211E

Dll.1

(2621)

x

x

x
x

x

x
x
x

x

x

x

ADC-5212

DIIII

(2621) 10

x

x

x

x

x

ADC-5212E

Dilil

(2621)

x

x

x

x

ADC-5212H t Dalll (2618.2621)

x

ADC-5216

DII.I

(2821)

x

ADC-5216E

DIIII

(2621)

x

x

x

x
x

x

x

x

x

x
x
x
x

x

x

x

x

ADC-5216H t DIIII (2818.2621)

x

x

ADC582B-12

x

x

x
x

x
x
x

DDC-5210-1

ADC582C-12

x

x

x

x

DDC-5211-1

x

x

x

x

x

DDC-5212-1

x

x

x

x

DDC-5216-1 t DOC

x
x

x
x

x
x

DDC5210-3

DOC

x

DDC5211-3

DOC
DOC

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

DDC5212-3

x

x
x

x

x

x

DDC5216-3

DOC

x

x

x

x

x

MN5210

Micro Net

x

x

x

x

x

MN5210H

x

x

x

x

x

MN5211

x

x

x

x

x

MN5211H

Micro Nel

t Micro Net

x

x

x

x

MN5212

x

x
x

x

x

MN5212H

x
x

x
x
x

x

x

MN5216

Micro Net

x

x

x

MN5216H

x

x

t Micro Net
t TeledyneP

Micro Net

30

t Micro Net

x

x

x

TP5210

x

x

x

AD521D

AD

(3174)

x

x

x

AD5211

AD

(3174)

x

x

x
x

x
x

AD5212

AD

x

AD5213

AD

x

x

x

AD5214

AD

x

x

x

AD5215

AD

x

x

AD5216

AD

(3174)
40

x

HS574K

H,~rlll

x

x

HS574L

H,brlll S,I (2743)

725

x

x

x

x

Com pI. -Complementary
Magn.-Magnitude

S,I (2743)

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADC581B-12

t Hybrid Sys

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADC581C-12

Hybrid Sys

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADCHl12BGC

DIIII

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADCHl12BMM

x

HI574A

Harrll

x

t DIIII

(2619)
(2618)
(2712)

x

AD574AK

AD

(3174)

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADADCBO-12

AD

(3174) 50

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

ADADC80Z12
tAD
AD572A
AD

x

CTC-Compl. 2's Compl.
Int. Ret.-Internal Reference

Mux. In-Multiplexed Inputs
S&H~Sample and Hold

Q.)
Q.)

t Micro Net

x

()

en

20

x

x

+oJ

Hybrid Sys

t DOC
t DOC
t DOC

x

x

C

o

t Hybrid Sys

x

x

Q.)

ADC-5211H t Dalll (2618.2621)

x

360·

1983

ADC-521D

Micro Net

t Micro Net

x

800

Bln.-Blnary
Off.-Offset

x

x

MN5215H

x
725

925

x

MN5215

x

x

2000

25

MN5214H

x

x

20

x
x
x

x

x

500

t Micro Net

x
x
x

x
x

x

1000

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

915

15

Line

Source

(3174)
(3174)
(Continued)

Par. Out-Parallel Output
Ser. Out-Serial Output

2433

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INTERFACE-Analog to Digital Converters
Bits
Res.

L1nearIty
Error
:!:LSB

Conver- Power
slon lime Dis.
:!:'Iz LSB mW
(max.)
~

Bin.
Output

Off:
Bin.
Output

Compl.
Bin.
Output

Compl.
Off.
Bin.
Output

(Cont'd)
ClCor
2's
Compl.
Output

Sign.
Magn.
Output

Mux.
In.

S&H

Integrating

Int.
Ref.

Par.
Out

Ser.
Out

Oevice

12

112

25

(Cont'd)
925

x
x

x
x
x

950·

x

Q)

30

"'C
::J

780

x
x

x

725

ADC80A-12

Burr-Brown

HI5812

Harris
(3174)

AD5748

tAO

(3174)

x

AD574T

tAD

(3174)

x

x

A0574U

tAD

(3174) 10

x

x

x

MCD574K

x

x

MCE574L

MIcro Eng (4440)

x

x
x

x
x

MCE574S

tMlcro Eng (4440)

MCE574T

tMlcra Eng (444O)

x

x

MCE574U

tMlcro Eng (444O)

x
x

x

Micro Eng

x

x

x

x

A0574ZL

AD

(3174)

x

x

x

x

AD574ZS

tAD

(3174)

x

x
x

x
x

AD574ZT

tAD

(3174)

x

x
x

AD574ZU

tAD

(3174)

x

x

x

x

MCE574Zl

MIcra Eng (4440) 20

x

x

x

x

MCE574ZS

tMlcra Eng (4440)

x

x

x

x

MCE574ZT

tMlcra Eng (444O)

xx
x

x

x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

MCE574ZU

Micra E.g (444O)

A0504B

AD

AD5201B

AD

AD520n
AD5202B

tAO
AD

AD5202T

tAO

AD5204T

tAD

x
x

x

x
x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x

x
x
x

no

(3174)

Burr-Brown

(3174)

x
x
x

745

tAD

ADC80-12

AD

x

50

A05728

AD

x

620

(Cont'd)
(3174)

AD574L

x

x
x

AD

AD574K

x

Q)

x

AD572B

x
x

x

en

x

x
x
x
x
x

x

x

x
x
x

x

x

Q)

x
x
x
x
x

c

~

x
x
x
x

x

x

o
u

x
x

x



35

"C
:J

1170

C!)
C

0
+"'

U

a.>
a.>

x
x
x
x
x

DAC711COB
DAC711CSB
DAC72/COB
DAC72/CSB

t Burr-Brown
t Burr-Brown
t Burr-Brown
t Burr-Brown

DACHP16BMC

Datel

x

DACHP16BMC-l

Datel

x

x

DACHP16BMM

t Dltel

x

x

DACHP16BMM-l

t Datel

x
x

x
x

DAC70/CSB

t Burr-Brown

x
x

x

(2620)

50/100 *

CI)

x
x

575 *

~

a.>
+"'

3

en

DAC70C/CSB

Burr-Brown

10

50/100 *

x
x

575 *

ttS

~

DAC70/COB
I

X

t Burr-Brown

DAC70C/COB
Burr-Brown

4

2

-

x

x

x

x

x

MP7616L

Micro Pwr
(401.2749)

8

2

-

x

x

x

x

x

MP7616K

Micro Pwr
(401.2749)

30

x
x

x
x

x
x

x
x

x
x

HS31608-3 t Hybrid SYI (2746)

16-4 Digit BCD
1/2

15

35

1170

HS3160C-3

Hybrid SYI (2746)

x

x

DACHP16DGC

Datel

x

x

DACHP16DMC

Datel

x

x

DACHP16DMM

t Datel

x

MN3300

420

x

x

575 *

x
x

x
x

DAC70/CCD

x

x

x

DAC-71-CCDI
Datel

x

x

x

DAC-72CCCD-I

x

x

x

DAC-71-CCDV
Datel

x

x

x

DAC-72CCCD-V
DAC71/CCD

x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x

Micro Net

20

50/100 *

t Burr-Brown

DAC70C/CCD
Burr-Brown

2

1

5

18

1

-

-

10

1.2

20

60

500

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)

2462

Datel

Datel

DAC370B-1B

t Burr-Brown
t Hybrid Sys

DAC370C-18

Hybrid Sys

MP370B-18 t Micro Pwr
(401.2749) 30
MP370C-18

Micro Pwr
(401.2749)

DAC377-18

Hybrid SYI (2745)

DAC377B-18 t Hybrid SYI (2745)
DAC377C-18

Hybrid SYI (2745)

MP377B-18 tMlcro Pwr

(401)

MP377C-18

(401)

Micro Pwr

* Typical Value
Bold 'iceladlclllllddlllonil dill II provided on Ihe plge nOlld_

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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Display Drivers
Function

Source

Device

line Function

Display Drivers
Bargraph Fluorescent
XR2276

Exar

(3204)

Bargraph Gas Discharge Display Driver (module)
AWl
AW100
Bargraph Gas Discharge (module)
AW200
Bargraph LED

AWl

Bargraph VF

Clock Driver, Dual
DS3671

Universal (LED, LCD, or vacuum fluorescent)
S2809
AMI
BCD (hexadecimal) to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver with
Latch Active Low, Open Collector
20
Fairchild
9370C
BCD (hexadecimal) to 7-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver
(CMOS with bipolar output)
Motorola
MC14495
Sprague
UCN-4805A
UCN-4806A
Sprague

(3204)
(3204)
(3205)

Display Controllers and Keyboard Interface: See
Microprocessors-General Purpose
Lamp Driver
Teledyne C

LCD Display Interface (drives 7 to 20-segment linear
Signetics
displays)
SAA1062
LCD Dot Matrix Driver
SED1100
SED1300
HLCD0488
HLCD0515
HLCD0538A
HLCD0539A
HLCD0540
HLCD0548
HLCD0550
HLCD0551
HLCD0607

Epson
Epson
Hughes
Hughes
HughesHughes
Hughes
Hughes
Hughes
Hughes
Hughes

LCD Graphics Driver
SED1500

Epson

LED Bar Display Driver, 10 LEOs
TA7612A

Toshiba

LED, Cascadable
Siemens

SDA2014
LED Display Driver, 5 LEOs
TA7654
TA7655

Toshiba
Toshiba

LED Display Driver, 33 Outputs, 15 mA Sink Capability
National
MM5486
t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

(C)

IC MASTER

1983

Telefunken
Telefunken

Segment Driver for Gas Discharge Displays
Dionics
DI232
Dionics
DI242

National

CSR301

U180M
U3080M

Multiplexed LCD Driver, Master and Slave
Motorola
MC145000
10
Motorola
MC145001
National
MM58201

Hitachi
Hitachi
National
Sanyo

HA12010
HA12011
LM3916
LB1470

LED Displayllnterface (drives 7, 14, 16-segments for linear
displays, bar graphs)
Signetics
SAA1060
Signetics
SAA1061

LED, Static

Bargraph LED or Vacuum Fluorescent (module)
AWl
AW580
Bargraph or LED Dot Display Generators
Exar
XR2277
Exar
XR2278
Exar
XR2279

Source

LED Driver System, 8 Decade, 8x8 Memory, Decoder
(versions either hardwire or processor controlled
Intersil
ICM7218A
Intersil
ICM7218B
Intersil
ICM7218C
Intersil
ICM7218D
Intersil
ICM7218E

National
National
Panasonic
Sanyo
Sanyo.
Sanyo
Sanyo
Sanyo
Sanyo
Sanyo
Siemens
Siemens
Signetics
Telefunken
Telefunken
Telefunken
Telefunken
Telefunken
Telefunken
Toshiba
Toshiba

LM3914
LM3915
AN6875
LB1405
LB1409
LB1415
LB1416
LB1419
LB1426
LB1436
UAA170
UAA180
TDA1594
U237B
U244
U247B
U254
U257B
U267B
TSC9403
TSC9404

Device

line Function

30 BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver
MC14547BA
MC14547BC

Source

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active High, Resistive
Pull-Up
(Cont'd)
9307C
Fairchild
9307M
t Fairchild
110
HD74LS248
Hitachi
HD74LS48
Hitachi
MC5448
t Motorola
MC7448
Motorola
MC8307
Motorola
MC9307
t Motorola
60
SN54LS248
t Motorola
SN54LS48
t Motorola
SN74LS248
Motorola
120
SN74LS48
Motorola
DM5448
t National
DM54LS248
t National
DM54LS48
t National
DM7448
National
DM74LS248
National
DM74LS48
National
DS8856
National
Signetics
N8T05
S8T05
t Signetics
(914) 130
SN54248
tTl
(847)
SN5448
tTl
(914)
SN54LS248
tTl
70
(847)
SN54LS48
tTl
(914)
TI
SN74248
(847)
SN7448
TI
(914)
SN74LS248
TI
(847)
SN74LS48
TI

BCD (hexadecimal) to 7-Segment LED Decoder/Driver,
Constant Current, with Latch
Fairchild
9368C
BCD Plus 1 to 7-Segment
LM1017
U143

Device

National
Telefunken
t Motorola
Motorola

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active Low, Open
54LS347
t Fairchild
Collector
74LS347
Fairchild
74LS447
Fairchild
MC4039
Motorola
S8T04
t Signetics
SN54LS347
tTl
SN54LS447
tTl
SN74LS347
TI
SN74LS447
TI

140

(931)
(950)
(931)
(950)

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active High, Open
5449
t Fairchild
Collector
54LS249
t Fairchild
Fairchild
74LS249
Fairchild
74LS49
Hitachi
HD74LS249
Hitachi
HD74LS49
MC5449
t Motorola
Motorola
MC7449
Motorola
SN54LS249
SN54LS49
t Motorola
SN74LS249
t Motorola
40
Motorola
SN74LS49
DM54LS249
t National
DM54LS49
t National
DM74LS249
National
National
DM74LS49
Signetics
N8T06
SN54249
tTl
SN5449
tTl
SN54LS249'
tTl
SN54LS49
tTl
SN74249
TI
SN7449
TI
TI
SN74LS249
50
SN74LS49
TI

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active Low, Open
Collector, 15 V Output
80
5447
t Fairchild
54LS247
t Fairchild
7447
Fairchild
150
74LS247
Fairchild
74LS47
Fairchild
Fairchild
9317BC
9317BM
t Fairchild
Hitachi
HD7447A
Hitachi
HD74LS247
HD74LS47
Hitachi
90
MC5447
t Motorola
MC7447
Motorola
SN54LS247
t Motorola
160
SN54LS47
t Motorola
SN74LS247
Motorola
SN74LS47
Motorola
(914)
DM5447A
t National
(847)
DM54LS247
t National
(914)
DM54LS47
t National
(847)
DM7447A
National
(914) 100
DM74LS247
National
(847)
DM74LS47
National
(914)
Teledyne S
383A/C
(847)
170
383B/M
t Teledyne S
(913)
SN54247
tTl
BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active High, Resistive
(847)
5448
t Fairchild
SN5447A
Pull-Up
tTl
(913)
SN54LS247
54LS48
t Fairchild
tTl
(913)
SN54LS247A
Fairchild
7448
tTl
(847)
SN54LS47
Fairchild
tTl
74LS248
(913)
SN74247
TI
Fairchild
74LS48
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Device

(Cont'd)

Source

Display Drivers

line Function

(Cont'd)

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active Low, Open
Collector, 15 V Output
(Cont'd)
SN7447A
TI
(847)
SN74L47
TI
SN74LS247
(913)
TI
SN74LS47
(847)
TI
BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, Active Low, Open
Collector, 30 V Output
5446
t Fairchild
7446
Fairchild
9317CC
Fairchild
9317CM
t Fairchild
HD7446A
Hitachi
MC5446
t Motorola
MC7446
Motorola
DM5446A
t National
DM7446A
National
SN54246
tTl
SN5446A
tTl
SN74246
TI
SN7446A
TI

Source

line Function

(913)
(847)
(913)
(847)

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, for liquid Crystal
Displays
C04055B
t RCA
(748) 20
CD4055BE
RCA
(748)
TC4055B
Toshiba
BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, 2-Digit, Direct Driver
for Common Anode LED Displays
DS8669
National

60

BCD-to-Decimal Decoder/Driver (for lamps)
380AlC
Teledyne S
380B/M
tTeledyneS
381A/C
Teledyne S
381B/M
t Teledyne S

BCD-to-Decimal Decoder/Driver with
cathode indicator tubes)
54141
74141
HD74141
MC54141
MC74141
DM54141
DM74141
SN74141

Blanking (for cold
t Fairchild
FairChild
Hitachi
t Motorola
Motorola
t National
National
TI

Teledyne C

4-Channel Plasma
XR2284

Exar

100

(3203)

Intersil
Intersil
Intersil
Intersl!

4-Digit Gas'Discharge Display Anode Driver
01500
Dionics
01502
Dionics

BCD to 7-Segment LED Driver Adjustable Current
DS8858
National

BCD-to-Decimal Decoder/Driver (nixie driver)
7441
Fairchild
DM5441A
t National
DM7441A
National
382A1C
Teledyne S
382B/M
t Teledyne S

line

4-Channellncandescent Lamp Driver
CLD4

4-Digit Fluorescent
ICM7235
ICM7235A
ICM7235AM
ICM7235M

BCD to 7-Segment LED Decoder/Driver with Latch, Output
0-9,-,E,H,L,P
9374C
Fairchild

BCD to 7-Segment LED Latch/Decoder/Driver, with Ripple
Blanking
F4734BC
Fairchild
F4734BM
t Fairchild

SOurce

4-Character, 18-Segment Triplexed LCD Decoder/Driver
ICM7233
Intersll

BCD to 7-Segment LED Decoder/Driver, Constant Current
DS8857
National
NE587
Signetics

10

Device

4x8 Matrix LED Decoder/Driver, Interface to MPU
MN1205A
Panasonic

BCD to 7-Segment LED Decoder/Driver
CA3168
RCA

BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver, for Fluorescent
Displays
CS250
Cherry
CS250-1
Cherry

BCD to}-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver
CS260
Cherry

Device

BCD to 7-Segment LatchfDecoder/Driver (strobed latch),
for liquid Crystal Displays
(Cont'd)
883/4543B
tsss
SCL4543B
SSS
TC4056B
Toshiba

4-Digit LCD Decoder/Driver
SCL7211

SSS

4-Digit LCD Driver
ICM7211AM
ICM7211M

Intersil
Intersil

4-Digit LED Driver
SDA2004

Siemens

110

4-Digit LED Driver, Multiplexed BCD or Binary to 7Segment Decoder/Driver
ICM7212
Intersil
ICM7212A
Intersil
4-Digit LED Driver, BCD or Binary to 7-Segment Decoder/
Driver, Data and Digit Select Code Latches for ILP
Interface
ICM7212AM
Intersil
ICM7212M
Intersil
UDN-7183
Sprague (2843)
70
UDN·7184
Sprague (2843)
UDN·7186
Sprague (2843) 120
UHp·482
Sprague (2843)

BCD to 7-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver (CMOS with
4·Digit liquid Crystal, Multiplexed BCD to LCD Decoder/
bipolar output)
Driver, AC Drive
F4511BC
FairChild
ICM7211
Intersl!
F4511BM
t Fairchild
ICM7211A
Intersil
HD14511B
Hitachi
(881)
DF412
Siliconix
MC14511BA
t Motorola
Quad AC Plasma Display Axis Driver
SCL25411
SSS
MC14511BC
Motorola
SN55426B
tTl
MC14513BA
t Motorola
30
4-DigiUSegment Fluorescent
SN55427B
tTl
MC14513BC
Motorola
' Dionics
DI503
SN75426
TI
80
CD4511BC
National
01504
Dionics
SN75427
TI
CD4511BM
t National
4-Digit (stores segment and address data, drives 7-8
Hex TIL to LED Bulb Driver, with Latch
CD4511B
(749)
t RCA
segment digits)
DS8859
National
CD4511BE
RCA
(749)
MM74C911
Nallonal
(735)
DS8869
National
883/4511B
tSSS
4-Diglt, 17-Segment Alpha-Numeric with Memory, Decoder
SCL4511B
SSS
2-Digit, 7-Segment Decoder/Driver Interfaces to CPU
and LED Drivers
CM4511B
t Solitron
MN1205E
Panasonic
MM74C956
National
CM4511BE
Solitron
MN1205P
Panasonic
NSM4307
National
130
BCD to 7-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver for Common
MN1205Q
Panasonic
NSM4507
National
Cathode LED Displays
3 1/2-Digit liquid Crystal Clock
4-Digit, 7-Segment LCD Decod~r/Driver
NE589
Signetics
40
C1200
LSI Comp
,
TSC7211A
Teledyne S (2852)
BCD to 7-Segment LatchfDecoder/Driver, for liquid
4/5-Digit Fluorescent Display Driver
4-Digit, 7-Segment LED Decoder/Driver
Crystal Displays
MM5474
National
TSC700A
Teledyne S (2846)
CD4543BD
(749)
t RCA
MM5476
National
TSC8212A
Teledyne S
CD4543BE
RCA
(749)
MM5477
National
90
4-DigiU8-Segment Fluorescent
BCD to 7-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver, Output 1-16
MM5478
National
COP470
National
SAB3211
Siemens
4/5-Digit (serial data input)
4-Segment liquid Crystal
BCD to 7-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver (ripple blanking)
MM5450
Nallonal
(735)
CD4054B
RCA
(748)
MC14544BA
t Motorola
MM5451
Nallonal
(735)
TC4054B
Toshiba
MC14544BC
Motorola
4/5-Digit Vacuum Fluorescent
4-Segment MOS to LED Anode Driver
BCD to 7-Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver (strobed latch),
MM5445
Nallonal
(735)
75491
Fairchild
for liquid Crystal Displays
MM5446
Nallonal
(735)
LS7100
LSI Comp (696)
MC75491
Motorola
MM5447
Nallenal
(735)
MC14543BA
DS55493
t Motorola
t National
140
MM5448
Nallonal
(735)
MC14543BC
Motorola
DS75491
National
SAA1063
Signetics
CD4056B
(748)
t RCA
DS75493
National
CD4056BE

RCA

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

2464

(748) 50 4x5 Matrix LED Decoder/Driver,lnterface to CPU
(Continued)
MN1205F
Panasonic

SN75491

TI
(Continued)

TYPical Value
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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Display Drivers
Function

Device

(Cont'd)

Source

Display Drivers

Line Function

(Cont'd)

4-Segment MOS to LED Anode Driver
(Cont'd)

TI
TI

SN75491A
SN75493

5x7 Dot Matrix LCD/Console Controller
CY300
Cybernetic
5x8 Dot Matrix Multiplexed LCD. On-board memory allows
ASCII code and special symbols display without refresh
circuitry. (2-chip set)
PE7901
Polycore
Polycore
PE7902
5x12 Dot Matrix (up to 80 characters by cascading)
10938
Rockwell
10939
Rockwell
5-Character, 18-Segment Triplexed LCD Decoder/Driver
ICM7234
Intersil
5-Digit Fluorescent
MSM58291G

OKI

5-Digit Gas Discharge Display Anode Driver
UHD-490
t Sprague
UHP-490
Sprague

10
(2843)

5-Digit LCD Driver, Serial Input, Decoder
MSM5829G
OKI
5-Line Plasma Display Axis Driver
DI5140
015180
DI5240
DI5280

Dionics
Dionics
Dionics
Dionics

5-Segment Gas Discharge Display Cathode Driver
UHP-480
Sprague
5-Segment MOS to LED Anode Driver
DS8861
5-Step Logarithmic Dual LED Driver
TA7666
TA7667

6-Digit Gas Discharge Display Anode Driver
01505
Dionics
01507
Dionics
DI603A
Dionics
0I604A
Dionics
D1605A
Dionics
DS8891
National
8891
Signetics
UDN-6164
Sprague
UHD-491
t Sprague
UHP-491
Sprague
UHP-495
Sprague
SN75481
TI
6-Digit LED Driver (low voltage)
DS8646
6-Digit MOS to LED Cathode Driver
55492A
75492
75492A
MC75492
DS75492
DS75494
DS8870
DS8877
PS55494
NE582-1
SN75492
SN75492A
SN75494
6-DigitlSegment Fluorescent
01508
01509
UDN-6116
UDN-6126

National

t Fairchild
Fairchild
Fairchild
Motorola
National
National
National
National
t National
Signetics
TI
TI
TI
Dionics
Dionics
Sprague
Sprague

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)
©

IC MASTER

1983

Source

Line Function

(2843)

20

Device

Source

Line

r·-

6-Digit Hex (stores segment and address data, drives 7
segments)
MM74C917
Nallonal
(735)

a-Line Fluorescent Driver
MSL912R
MSL915R
MSL916R
MSL917R

6-Digit, 7-Segment LCD Driver with Decimal POints, or
Three 16-Segment Characters. 48-Stage Shift Register,
48-Bit Data Latch and 48-Segment Driver
MSM5219
OKI
(3873)

a-Output Digit-Scan Counter/Decoder for Cold-Cathode
Counter Tubes
MSL9510R
OKI
(3873)
MSL9511R
OKI
(3873)

7-Digit Gas Discharge Display Anode Driver
MC3490
Motorola
MC3494
Motorola

a-Segment Gas Discharge Display Cathode Driver
DI210
Dionics
DI2210
Dionics
DI230
Dionics
DI240
Dionics
DI300
Dionics
DI302
Dionics
110
MC3491
Motorola
MC3492
Motorola
DS7889
t National
DS8889
National
UDN-7180
Sprague (2843)

7-Digit MOS to Gas Discharge
XR2272

Exar

7-Digit MOS to LED Cathode Driver
SN75497

TI

7-DigitlSegment MOS to Fluorescent
XR2271

Exar

7-Line Dot Matrix or Segmented
SN75581

TI

7-Segment Gas Discharge Display Cathode Driver
DS8885
National
8885
Signetics
UHP-481
Sprague
SN75584
TI

(2863)

8-Segment MOS to LED Anode Driver
MC676
60
DS8867
9-Digit MOS to LED Cathode Driver
DS8872
DS8920
DS8973
DS8975
SN75498

(2843)

7-Segment Gas Discharge Display Cathode Driver, with
BCD Decoder DS7880
t National
DS8880
National
DS8884A
National
DS8980
National
DS8880
Signetics
SN75480
TI

National
Toshiba
Toshiba

Device

6-Digit BCD (stores segment and address data, drives 7-8
segment digits)
MM74C912
Nallonal
(735)

7-Segment to BCD Converter/Driver
MM54C915
MM74C915

t National

8-Digit Gas Discharge Display Anode Driver
DI510
Dionics
DI512
Dionics
(2843)
DI803A
Dionics
DI804A
Dionics
(2843) 30
DI805A
Dionlcs
(2843)
DS8887
National
DS8897
National
UDN-6184
Sprague
8-liigit MOS to LED Cathode Driver
DS8863
DS8871
DS8963
8-Digit/Segment Fluorescent
01513
01514
DI514A
40
XR6118
XR6128
NE594
SA594
SG6118
UDN-6118
UDN-6128
UDN-6138
UDN-6148

(3203)

(2843)

Motorola
National

(2843)
(2843)
(2843)
(2843)

(2843)
8-Digit, 7-SegmentTriplexed LCD Decoder/Driver
(2843) 50
ICM7231
Intersil

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National
National
National
TI

120

9-Line, 30 LED U1096B

Telefunken

9-Segment LED Driver (lOW voltage)
DS8647
DS8648

National
National

lO-Bit High-Voltage, High-Current
S4534

AMI

(2611)

11-Segment LED Display Drivers
MM5485

National

12-Line Vacuum Fluorescent
SN75512A
SN75513A

TI
TI

14-Digit Decoder/Driver
DS8665
DS8666

National
National

(2861)

14-Digit Decoder/Driver, with Low Battery Indicator
DS7664
t National
DS8664
National
(3205)
(3205) 90

C)

(J)

iO-Digit, 7-Segment Triplexed LCD Decoder/Driver
ICM7232
Intersil
80

Q)

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10-Bit Serial In/Parallel Out Fluorescent (for !,P systems)
UCN-4810A
Sp,rague (2843) 130
ULN-4810H
t Sprague
UCN4810A
TI

National
National
National
Dionics
Dionics
Dionics
Exar
Exar '
Signetics
Signetics
Silicon G
Sprague
Sprague
Sprague
Sprague

",".

(3873)

9-Digit MOS to LED Cathode Driver with Shift Register
Decoding
DS8874
National
70

National

Exar

(3873)
(3873) 100

9-Digit MOS to LED Cathode Driver, with Low Battery
Indicator
DS8864
National
DS8873
National

8-Bit Parallel In/Parallel Out Fluorescent (for !,P systems)
UCN-4815A
Sprague (2843)
UCS-4815H
t Sprague
8-Channel Plasma
XR2288

OKI
OKI
OKI
OKI

140

14-Segment Decoder/Driver, Interface to CPU
MN1205H
Panasonic
16-Line Fluorescent
DS8881
8881

National
Signetics

16-Segment LED Display Drivers
MM5484

National

18-Segment Alphanumeric
AC5947

TI

18-Segment; 16-CharacterAlphanumeric (30, 35 and 40
volt versions) 10937.
Rockwell

* Typical Value
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. Tel. 02 478 4847
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Filcres Importacao
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Telex 113298
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MOR Electronics Ltd.
P.O. Box 4155
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DENMARK
Advanced Electronik
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DK2000, Copenhagen F, Denmark
Tel. 01 194433 .
Telex (855) 22431
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Paterson/Steadman & Partner
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England
Tel. 27067
Telex 81653

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Hampshire RG27 8SU, England
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Telex (851) 8814136

FRANCE
Conseilet Promotion
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Tel. 621-30-77
Telex 250030F

JAPAN (Continued)
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Tokyo 151, Japan
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Telex: 33106

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Tel. 041392901
Telex (844) 50175
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Telex 85448
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Telex 342229
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Amministrazione
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Tel. 688-0951
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Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, Japan·
Tel. (03) 218-5813
Telex TK4616

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Tel. (02) 11-51-70
Telex 72400Y
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P.O. Box 46268 Orange Grove
Johannesburg 2119, South Africa
Tel. 725-1210
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Sagitron
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Madrid 1, Spain
Tel. 402 6085
Telex (831) 43819
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Telex (845) 54070Z
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P.O. Box 55-879
Taipei, Taiwan
TURKEY
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TR/Kara Koy, Istanbul
Turkey .
Tel. (11) 49-6249
Telex 24429
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OF
COMPANY

NAMES
Action Ins
AD
ADT
Adapt Sci
Advent
Alphatron
AMA
AMD
AMI
Amperex
Analogic
Analog Sys
APC
Apex
APM
Appl Sys
APT
Aptek
Array Tech
AWl

Action Instruments
Analog Devices
Advanced Digital Technology
Adaptive Science CO(p.
Advent Products, Inc.
Alphatron
American Automation
Advanced Micro Devices
American Microsystems, Inc.
Amperex Electronic Corp.
Analogic
Analog Systems
Applied Micro Circuits
Apex Microtechnology
Applied Microsystems Corp.
Applied Systems Corp.
Applied Microtechnology
Aptek Microsystems
Array Technology
Analog West

Bedford
Burr-Brown

Bedford Computer Systems Inc.
Burr-Brown Research

CAE
Cal Devices
Cent Data
Cermetek
CGRS
Cherry
CIC
Citel
Comlinear
CMA
Comark
Comdial
Comp Auto
Compas
Cont Logic
Control Sys
CreMicro
Cromemco
CSG
Cubit
Curtis
Cybernetic
Cybersys
Cybertek

Computer Aided Engineering
California Devices
Central Data Corp.
Cermetek
CGRS Microtech Inc.
Cherry Semiconductor
Custom Integrated Circuits
Citel, Inc.
Comlinear Corporation
Custom MOS Arrays
Comark Corp.
Comdial Semiconductor
Computer Automation
Com pas Microsystems
Control Logic Inc.
Control Systems Microsystems Div.
Creative Micro Systems
Cromemco, Inc.
Commodore Semiconductor Group
Cubit Inc.
Curtis Electro Devices, Inc.
Cybernetic Micro Systems
Cybersystems
Cybertek Inc.

Data General
Data I/O
Data Trans
Datel
Datricon
DDC
DEC
Delco
DGM
Digelec
Digitek
Dionics
Dist Comp
Divers Tech

Data General
Data I/O
Data Translation
Datel-Intersil
Datricon Corporation
Data Devices Corporation
Digital Equipment Corporation
Delco Electronics
Digital Microsystems
Digelec Corp.
Digitek, Inc.
Dionics Inc.
Distributed Computer Systems
Diversified Technology

E·HI
Elind
EL Instr
EMM
Emulogic
Epson
ETI Micro
Exar

E-H International, Inc.
Elind Elettronica Industriale
E & L Instruments
EMM
Emulogic Inc.
Epson America, Inc.
ETI Micro
Exar Integrated Systems

Fairchild
Ferranti
Fujitsu A
Fujitsu

Fairchild
Ferranti Electric
Fujitsu America
Fujitsu Microelectronics, Inc.

GI
GMS
GTE Micro

General Instrument
General Microsystems
GTE Microcircuits

Harris
Heurikon
Hilevel
Hitachi
Holt
HP
Hughes

Harris Semiconductor
Heurikon Corp.
Hilevel Technology, Inc.
Hitachi America, Ltd.
Holt Inc.
Hewlett-Packard
Hughes Aircraft, Solid State
Products
Hybrid Systems
Hycom Incorporated

Hybrid Sys
Hycom

IMS
Inconix
Ind Tech
Inmos
IntCirEng
IntCirSys
IntCompSys
IntCyber
Int Micro
Int Tech
Intech/FMI
Intel
I nterd esign
Intersil
Intronics
IPI
ITT

Integrated Device Technology
International Microcircuits, Inc.
International
Microelectronic Products
Industrial Micro-systems Inc.
Inconix Corporation
Inductive Technology
Inmos
Integrated Circuit Engineering
Integrated Circuit Systems
Integrated Computer Systems
International Cybernetics
International Microsystems
Integrated Technology Corp.
Intech/Function Modules Inc.
Intel
Intei-design
Intersil
Intronics
Integrated Photomatrix Inc.
ITT Semiconductors

Kinetic Sys
Kontron

Kinetic Systems
Kontron Electronics

Lambda
Laserdyne
LSI Comp
LSI LogiC

Lambda Semiconductor
Laserdyne
LSI Computer Systems
LSI Logic Corporation

Master Logic
Matrix
Matrox
MCC
Micrel
Micro Eng
Micro Innov
Micropac
Micro Net
Micro Pwr
Micro Sci
Micro Tech
Micro·Link
Micron
MilerTron
Miller
Mitel
Mitsubishi
MMI
MonosH
MonSys
Mostek
Motorola
MRC
Murray

Master Logic Corporation
Matrix Corp.
Matrox Electronic Systems
Microcomputer Control
Micrel
'
Micro Circuit Engineering
Micro Innovators
M:cropac Industries
Micro Networks
Micro Power Systems
Micro Sciences Corp.
Microcircuits Technology
Micro-Link Corporation
Micron Technology
MilerTronics
Miller Technology
Mitel Semiconductor
Mitsubishi Electronics
Monolithic Memories, Inc.
Monosil
Monolithic Systems Corp.
Mostek
Motorola Semiconductor
MRC Systems
Murray Consulting

National
NCR

National Semiconductor
NCR Corp., Microelectronics
Division
NEC / Electronic Arrays Division
NEC / Electron Division
NEC / Microcomputer Division
Nitron
Nortek

IDT
IMI
IMP

NEC·EA
. NEC Electron
NEC Micro
Nitron
Nortek

OAE
Octagon
OEI
Ohio Sci
OKI
Omnibyte
Oscar

Oliver Advanced Engineering
Octagon Systems Corp.
Optical Electronics Inc.
Ohio Scientific
OKI Semiconductor
Omnibyte Corp.
I. S. Oscar Assoc.

Panasonic
PC/M
Percom
Phoenix
Pico Design
Polycore
Plessey
PMI
PragDes
PREMA
Pro·Log

Panasonic
Pacific / Cyber Metrix
Percom Data Co.
Phoenix Digital Corp.
Pico Design
Polycore Electronics
Plessy Semiconductors
Precision Monolithics, Inc.
Pragmatic Design Inc.
PREMA GmbH
Pro· Log Corp.

Quay

Quay Corp.

Raytheon
RCA
RCI Data
RELMS
Reticon
RIFA
Rockwell
RTC

Raytheon Semiconductor
RCA Solid State Division
RCI Data
Relational Memory Systems
Reticon
RFIA
Rockwell, Microelectronic Devices
Riehl Time Corporation

Sanken
Sanyo
SEEQ
Semi Proc
Siemens
Signetics
SGS
Sharp
Silicon G
Siliconix
Silicon Sys
Siltronics
SMC
Sola rise
Solitron
Sprague
SSM
SSS
Stag
Struc. Des.
Stynetic
Sunrise
Sunshine
Supertex
Symtek
Synapse
Synertek
Sys Innov

Sanken Electric
Sanyo
SEEQ Technology, Inc.
Semi Processes
Siemens
Signetics
SGS-ATES Semiconductor
Sharp
Silicon General
Siliconix
Silicon Systems Inc.
Siltronics
Standard Microsystems Corp.
Solarise Enterprises
Solitron Devices
Sprague Electric Company
Solid State Micro Technology
for Music
Solid State Scientific
Stag Microsystems
Structured Design Inc.
Stynetic Systems
Sunrise Electronics
Sunshine Semiconductor
Supertex Inc.
Symtek Corp.
Synapse Corp.
Synertek
Systems Innovations

Tau Zero
Tektronix
Telaris
Teledyne C
Teledyne P
Teledyne S
Telefunken
Telephonics
Telmos
Teltone
TI
Thomson-CSF
TMX
Topanga
Toshiba
Trans-Data
TRW

Tau Zero Inc.
Tektronix '
(See Laserdyne)
Teledyne Crystalonics
Teledyne Philbrick
Teledyne Semiconductor
Telefunken
Telephonics LSI
Telmos
Teltone Corporation
Texas Instruments
Thompson-CSF Components Corp.
TMX
Topanga Data Systems
Toshiba America
Trans·Data
TRW-LSI Products

Unitrode
Universal

Unitrode
Universal Semiconductor, Inc.

Vantage
VTI
Votrax

Vantage Data Products
VLSI Technology, Inc.
Votrax

Weitek
Western
Wintek

Weitek Corporation
Western Digital
Wintek Corp.

Xicor
Xycom

Xi cor, Inc.
Xycom

Zendex
Zilog
Zymos

Zendex Corp.
Zilog
Zymos Corporation
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MASTER

INTERFACE-Display Drivers
Function

Device

Source

D,isplay Drivers
30-Blt LCD Driver/Register
MD4330B

(Cont'd)
Une

(Cont'd)
MItel

32 Segment LCD
MM5452
MM5453
PCE2112

Q)

"'C

:J

32-BIt High-Voltage
S4521
S4535
32-BIt LCD

MM58438

Nallonal
Nallonal
SIgnetics
AMI
AMI

TI
TI
TI

32-Line Vacuum Fluorescent
SN75518

TI

32-Segment LCD Controller/Driver
ItPD7255

NEC-MIcro

en

32-Segment LCD Driver
MM5483

National

:2E

40-Segment LCD Duplex
PCE2100

Signetics

60-Segment LCD Duplex
PCE2110

Signetlcs

54-Segment LCD Duplex
PCE2111

SIgnetics

C

.2
+J

()
Q)

Q)

(J)
s...
Q)
-+-'

ctS

(2610)
(2609)

National

32-Line AC Plasma Display Axis Driver
SN75500
SN75501
SN75502
SN75503

CD

(735)
(735)

TI

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

10

(2862)

• Typical Value

Bold faca Indicates addlllonal dala Is provided on Ihe page noled.

2466

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1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Error Checking Circuits
Function

Max. Serial
Data Rate,
MHz

Supply
Voltage,
V

2•
3
10

Device

Source

5
5

COM8004
MC8500
SSI8500

SMC
Motorola
Silicon Sys

5

9401C
9401M
9411C
9411M
8X01A
N9401

Line

Error Checking Circuits
CRCC Generator

Fairchild
t Fairchild
Fairchild
t Fairchild
Signetics
Signelics

Deskew-Queue Register

3'

5

MC8520
SSI8520

Motorola
Silicon Sys

Error Detection/Correction Circuit

-

5

W08206

Western

-5.2

MC10163
MC10193
MC10563
MC10593

Motorola
Motorola
Motorola
Motorola

Error Detection/Correction Circuit (ECl)

Error Detection/Correction Circuit (TIL)

-

5

9428
SN74ALS790
SN54lS630
SN54LS631
SN74LS630
SIH4LS631

t

7

MB1412A

3

5

MC8501

Motorola

Expandable Error Checker and Corrector

-

5

OP8400

Nallonal

lRCC Data Register

3

5

MC8502
SSI8502

Motorola
Silicon Sys

Polynominal Generator

4•

5

MC8506

Motorola

Polynominal Generator/Checker

3.5 •

5

r"C2653
MC68653
MC8503

Motorola
Motorola
Motorola

4
17 •

5

2653

Signetics

Universal Polynominal4-Bit Generator

5

MC8504

Motorola

Single Error Hamming Code Detector and Generator

-

5

MC4041

Motorola

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)

©

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1983

~

Q)

"0
(1514)

~

10

C.9
C

(3995)

0

.......
()

Q)
Q)

(J)

Fairchild
Motorola
(732)
tTl
(440,979)
tTl
(440,979) 20
TI
(979)
TI
(979)

Error Pattern Register

..ft

Fujitsu
(2764)

(1360)
(1360) 30

• Typical Value
Bold lace Indicates addillonal data Is provided on the page noted.

2467

~

Q)

.......

CJ)

CO

~

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~
~

'='!

~

~
~

MASTER

INTERFACE-Keyboard Encoder-Decoders
No. of
Keys

No. of
Output
Bits

Code

Max.
Clock Rate,
KHz

Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

-

3-15

2 key rollover, 3 state output

MM54C922
MM74C922

-

5

Antibounce, mute, interlock

M190

SGS

5

Strobe output, key rollover output, 2 of 8
keyboard to binary encoder, one of four
row inputs and column Inputs (telephone
key pads) give binary output, strobe.

HOO165

Harris

MC14419

(2733.3287)
Motorola (3298)

Source

Line

Keyboard Encoder- Decoders
16

4

Binary

t National
National

External ROM Programmable
1 of 16
Q)

"0

::s
(.9
C

20

5

Binary

-

3-15

2 key rollover, 3 state output

85

8

ASCIIIHEX

1000

4-10.5

Scans and generates code for 53 key ASCII
plus 32 non-ASCII keys

0

......
()
Q)

Q)

4-6.5

Cf)

Scans and generates code for 53 key ASCII
plus 32 non-ASCII keys

'-

Q)

......

en

88

8 plus Parity

Mask, Programmable

90

10

External ROM Programmable

100

-12.5

ctS

2

t National
National

COP1871
COP1871D

RCA
tRCA

COP1871C
RCA
COP1871CO tRCA

Programmable parity, strobe width, strobe
delay. Two key rollover. 8 x 11 matrix, 3
levels.

KR2376

SMC

(1484)
(1484)
(1484) 10
(1484)

Mask, Programmable

100
100

-12.5
-12.5

9 x 10 matrix, 4 Mode, 2 or N key rollover
9 x 10 matrix, 4 Mode, 2 or N key rollover

KR3600-PRO
KR3600

SMC
SMC

AY3-4592

GI

SCN2671A

Signatics

(1522)

MSM3914A

OKI

(3873)

112

10

Mask Programmable

66

5

112 bits for internal programming of
function keys

128

8

Mask Programmable

400

5

9

Mask Programmable

100

5

16 x 18 matrix, 8-Bit bus interface, 4
rollover modes, UART on chip
16 x 18 matrix, three-state liD, 2 or 3 key
alarm

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

2468

MM54C923
MM74C923

* Typical Value
Bold face Indicates addillonal data Is provided on the page notad.

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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Output

Party
Une

Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

5

Coax/Twisted Pair

MC8T23
DS75123
N8T23
N8T23
S8T23
SN75123

Motorola
National
Signetics
TI
TI
TI

Emitter Follower for Coax/Twisted Pair

MC8T13
DS55121
DS75121
N8T13
S8T13
N8T13
SN55121
SN75121

Motorola
t National
National
Signetics
Signetics
TI
tTl
TI

line

Line Drivers-Single Ended
2

High Current

Yes

-0.5 to 5.5 V

No

5

RS422A, RS423A

ILA9639C

±4to 6 V

No

±9to ±15

RS232, RS423, cCln V.26, V.28

9636AC
9636AM
ILA9636A

No

±12

4 Input

N8T15

No

±12

RS232C

75150
DS75150
SN55150
SN75150

Fairchild
National
tTl
TI

3

High Current
±6V

No
No

5
±12

IBM360
RS232B/C, CCln, MIL 188

HD2904
9616
9616E
9616M

Hitachi
Fairchild
Fairchild
t Fairchild

4

nL

No

5

Active PUll-Up

AM2614C
AM2614M

AMD
tAMD

Yes

5

DS7831 w/o Vcc Clamp

DS7832
DS8832
DS8832

t National
National
TI

Three-State

RC8T09
RM8T09
N8T09
S8T09

Raytheon
t Raytheon
Signetlcs
t Signetics

2-lnput NAND, 80 Ma

96101C
96101M

Fairchild
t Fairchild

4-lnput AND, NAND

DS7831
DS8831
DS8831

t National
National
TI

No

7

IBM360/370

MC3481
MC3485

Molorola
Molorola

3.11

No

5

IBM360/370

SN75126
SN75130

TI
TI

-7to 12

Yes

5

RS422, Three-State

SN75174

TI

-7to ±12

Yes

5

RS422, Three-State

SN75172

TI

±4 to 6 V

No

±5
±5.5

RS423, RS422 with mode control
RS423, RS422 with mode control

DS3691
DS1691

Yes

±5

RS423, Three-State

AM26LS29C
AM26LS29

±5.5

RS423, Three-State

AM26LS29M t AMD

±9to ± 15

RS232C, cCln V.24

XR1488
ILA1488
HD75188
MC1488
DS1488
MC1488
SG1488
MC1488
SN55188
SN75188

No

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)

~

IC MASTER

1983

0
of-J

U

Q)
Q)

(f)
'Q)

of-J

en

20

30

40
(2753)
(2753)

National
t National
AMD
Signetics

Exar
Fairchild
Hitachi
Molorola
National
Signetics
Silicon G
TI
tTl
TI

±5

RS423, RS422 with mode control

AM26LS30C
AM26LS30

±5.5

RS423, RS422 with mode control

AM26LS30M t AMD

(9
C

Signetics

0.15 to 4 V

±4t06 V

::J
10

Fairchild
t Fairchild
TI

±6V

No

Q)

"0

TI

±8V

±6 to 9 V

~.

50

(3188)

(2753)

60

AMD
Signetlcs

• Typical Value
Bold faci Indlcalls addillonal dala Is provided on Ihe plge naiad.

2469

CCS

~

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INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Output

Party
line

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

5,-15
5,-5

NTDS
NTDS Hex Driver

MOA-268B
MOF1305B

Three-State (also see index for 74S244, 74LS244, 67S304, 67LS304)

AM25LS241C AMD
AM25LS241Mt AMD
AM25LS244C AMD
AM25LS244Mt AMD
SN54LS241 t AMD
SN54LS244 t AMD
SN54S241 t AMD
SN54S244 t AMD
10
SN74LS241
AMD
SN74LS244
AMD
SN74S241
AMD
SN74S244
AMD
54LS241
t Fairchild
54LS541
t Fairchild
Fairchild
74LS241
74 LS244
Fairchild
Fairchild
74LS541
HD74LS241
Hitachi
20
HD74LS244
Hitachi
Mitsubishi
M74LS244
(715)
SN54LS241 tMMI
(715)
SN54LS244 tMMI
SN54LS245 tMMI
(715)
(715)
SN54LS341 tMMI
(715)
SN54LS344 tMMI
(715)
SN54S241 tMMI
(715)
SN54S244 tMMI
(715) 30
SN74LS241
MMI
(715)
SN74LS244 MMI
(715)
SN74L8245 MMI
8N74L8341
MMI
(715)
8N74LS344 MMI
(715)
(715)
8N748241
MMI
MMI
(715)
SN748244
SN54LS241 t Motorola
SN54LS244 t Motorola
SN54LS541 t Motorola
SN74LS241
Motorola
40
Motorola
SN74LS244
SN74LS541
Motorola
DM54S241 t National
DM74S241
National
MM54C941 t National
National
MM74C941
74LS241
Signetics
74LS244
Signetics
74L8541
81gnellcs (2775)
SN54AL8241 tTl
(911) 50
(912)
SN54AL8244 tTl
(911)
8N54L8241 tTl
(912)
8N54L8244 tTl
8N54L8541 tTl
(960)
(911)
8N548241 tTl
(911)
8N74AL8241 TI
(912)
8N74AL8244 TI
Srf74LS241 TI
(911)
(912)
SN74L8244 TI
TI
(960) 60
8N74L8541
TI
(911)
8N748241

Three-State, Inverting

AM25LS240C AMD
AM25LS240Mt AMD
SN54LS240 ,t AMD
SN54S240
AMD
SN74LS240
AMD
SN74S240
AMD
54F240
t Fairchild
(630)
54LS240
t Fairchild
(Continued)

Source

Line Drivers-Single Ended
NTDS

No

TTL

Yes

(Cont'd)

Q)

'0
::J

(!)
C

o

.....o
Q)
Q)

en

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

2470

Line

t Interdesign
t Interdesign

• Typical Value
Bold .ace Indicalesaddlllonal dala Is provided on Ihe page noled.
©

IC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFAC~-Line
No.
Per
Device

Output

Circuits

(Cont'd)

Party
Line

Supply
Voltage,
V

~

Comments

Device

Source

Line Drivers-Single Ended
8

TIL

Yes

Line

(Cont'd)
5

Three-State, Inverting

TIL

Yes

Three-State

SN54LS365A tTl
SN54LS367A tTl
SN74LS365A TI
SN74LS367A TI

(935)
(936)
(935) 30
(936)

Three-State, Inverting

SN54LS366A
SN54LS368A
SN74LS366A
SN74LS368A

tTl
tTl
TI
TI

(935)
(936)
(935)
(936)

3-15

CMOS 50 rnA, 4-lnput AND, NAND

MM78C30
MM88C30

t National
National

5

40 rnA, Active Pull-up/Pull-down
40 rnA, Open Collector/Active Pull-up

9612C
9614C
9614M
DS55114
DS75114
9614C
SN55114
SN75114

Fairchild
Fairchild
t Fairchild
t National
National
TI
tTl
TI

40 rnA, RS422

SN55128
SN75158

tTl
TI

40 rnA, 4-lnput AND, NAND

54S140
74S140
HD74S140
DM74S140
DS7830
DS8830
54S140
74S140
DS8830
SN54S140
SN55183
SN74S140
SN75183

t Fairchild
Fairchild
Hitachi
National
t National
National
t Signetics
Signetics
TI
tTl
tTl
TI
TI

DS7831
DS8831
DS8831

t National
National
TI
(Continued)

5

Line Drivers-Differential
See also Drivers under digital logic families
2

High Current CMOS
No
High Current TIL No

Yes

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

~

IC MASTER

1983

5

Three-State

~

~

~

(Cont'd)
54LS540
t Fairchild
74F240
Fairchild
(630)
74LS240
Fairchild
74LS540
Fairchild
M74LS240
Mitsublshl
SN54LS240 tMMI
(715)
SN54LS340 tMMI
(715)
SN54S240 tMMI
(715)
SN74LS240 MMI
(715)
SN74S240
MMI
(715) 10
SN54LS240 t Motorola
SN54LS540 t Motorola
SN74LS240
Motorola
SN74LS540
Motorola
DM54S240 t National
DM74S240
National
54Lt540
tSlgnelics (2775)
74LS240
Signetics
74LS540
Slgnllies (2775)
SN54ALS2.40 tTl
(910) 20
SN54LS240 tTl
(910)
(960)
SN54LS540 tTl
SN54S240 tTl
(910)
SNHALS240 TI
(910)
SN74LS240 TI
(910)
SN74LS540 TI
(960)
SN74S240
(910)
TI

16

"

40

50

(881)
(881) 60

* Typical Value
Bold faca Indlcatas additional data Is provided on tha page noted.

2471

~

Q)

"0
:::J

CD
C

0

.......

()
Q)

Q)

(f)

'Q)

.......

UJ

CO

~

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~

INTERFACE-Line Circuits

":
~

III

MASTER

No.
Per
Device

Output

Party
Line

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

Line Drivers-Differential
2

High Current TIL Yes

(Cont'd)
5

(Cont'd)
OS7831 w/o Vcc Clamp

OS7832
OS8832

t National
TI

40 mA, Open Collector/Active Pull-Up, Three-State

OS55113
OS75113
SN55113
SN75113

t National
National
ttl
TI

40 mA, RS422, Three-State

9634C
9634M
OS8832
SN75159

Fairchild
t Fairchild
National
TI

0)

"'C
:::J

~
C

0

.......
()

2.5 to 3.5

No

5

High Speed

I'A9638C

3.5mA

Yes

±5

Twisted Pair

H075109
MC75109
SN55109A
SN74109A

Hitachi
Motorola
ttl
TI

6.5mA

Yes

±5

Twisted Pair, Level Shifting

55110A
75110A
H075110
MC75110
MC75S110
SN55110A
SN75110A

t Fairchild
Fairchild
Hitachi
Motorola
Motorola
ttl
TI

0)
0)

Cf)
'-

.0)

.......

C/)

a:1

~

4

10

TI

(870)

20

18mA

Yes

±5

Higher Current 75110

SN75112

TI

±3V

Yes

±5

RS422 at Low Oata Rates, RS423

AM26LS30C
AM26LS30

AMO
Signetics

±5.5

RS422 at Low Oata Rates, RS423

AM26LS30M t AMO

±5V

No

±15,±5

ARING 429, 1000K bits data rate

HS3182

t Harris

No

3-15

CMOS, 25 mA

MM78C29
MM88C29

t National
National

5

50 Ohm Lines

74128
SN74128

Signetics
TI

(876)

75 Ohm Lines

54128
SN54128

t Signetics
tTl

(876)

RS-422, RS-423. Three-State

MC3487
OS3487
MC3487

Motorola
National
TI
t National

High Current CMOS

High Current TIL No

Yes

5

Three-State

OS1688

11 mA

Yes

±5

Quad 75110

MC3453A

20mA

Yes·

5

MIL 188-114, Three-State

OS1692
OS3692

RS-422, Three-State

AM26LS31C AMO
AM26LS31M AMO
Molorola
AM26LS31
AM26LS31C Molorola
AM26LS31 M t Molorola
OS26LS31C t National
OS26LS31M National
AM26LS31
Signetics
AM26LS31C TI
AM26LS31M tTl

40mA

Yes

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

2472

Line

5

RS-422, Fed. 1020, Three-State

30

Motorola
t National
National

40

t

SN75151
SN75153

(2753)
(2753)
(2753)

50

TI
TI

• Typical Value
Bold face Indlcalas additional dala Is provided on Ihe page nOlad.
©

IC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold

(Cont'd)

Common
Mode

Supply
Voltage,

Voltage, V

V

Comments

Device

5

Oifferenllallnput, Single Ended Data

AM2615C
AM2615M

AMD
tAMD

Ext. Rcf. Adj. 1.5 to 3.5 V with Optlonal Internal 2.5 V Reference

SN55142A
SN55143A
SN75142A
SN75143A

tTl
ttl
TI
TI

Ext. Reference Adjustable from 1.5 to 3.5 V

MC75140
SN55140
SN55141
SN75140
SN75141

Motorola
tTl
tTl
TI

line

Source

Line Receivers-Single Ended
Also see Line Receivers-Dlfferenllal
2

0.4 to 2.4

±15

±O.l V(ref)

3

Hysteresis, EIAIMIL
RS232B

N8T16
OS7822
OS8822

Signetics
t National
National

0.7\01.7

Hysteresis, IBM360/370

MC8T24
OS75124
NBT24
SN75124

Motorola
National
Signetics
TI

0.75 to 2.25

Hysteresis, nS232C, CCITT V.24

9617C

Fairchild

0.8 to 2.0 V

Hysteresis, High-Speed

MC8T14
OS55122
0875122
N(lT14
SN55122
SN75122

5

IIIgh-Speed

5

laM360
RS232C, Programmablo Threshold, Hysteresis

H02915
H0290S

1.15 to 1.55
4

0.75 to 1.5 V

1'/1, 14U9

11075154
MC1489
OS1489
MC1489
SG1489
SN55189
SN75189
RS232C, Programmable Threshold, Wider Hysteresis UI3n 1489

0.75 to 2.25

XR,489A
1'/1, 1.\89A
IH}/5189
Me 1489A

------------------------_._-_..
..:.:.::...:.::..!:~-------=-----.....:.:..:..::.:.:~=..;:..;...:-:....:....:..--~~:...-.----

. .--.---.
...- - .

~~------.-:-----..::.;:.;::.:~.:;:;.:;!..:..:.:..=~:::~=~-----

~------------~------~~~~~--------------------

6

t Military Temperature Range (- ~5" to 12S"C)
co IC MASTER

IIV~leresls,

5
5

0.97102.65
1.05 to 2.50

1983

120 Ohm !JV~lcl1l

tty. leresis, 120 Ohm SY$ICIlI

BoI~

• Typical Valuo
flt.ladleltls ... lIloaal dala Is provided om lhe P',

,..

10

Q)

(f)

20

TI

__ JIiI,IChl
Hitachi
30
(27SJ)

tTl
TI
fXlr
Fairchild
IHlachl
Motorola

c.

(.)
Q)

Motorola
t National
National
Signetics
tTl

Fairchild
Hitachi
Malarof.
NalJOIlJI
Signetics
Silicon G

c::
o
......

TI

:t2.0

0.86 to 2.40

•

-

(JIBS)

(2753) 40

Ie

MASTER

INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.

Receiver

Per
Device

Threshold

Common
Mode
Voltage, V

Input

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

5

Hysteresis, 120 Ohm System

Device

Line Receivers-Single Ended
6

1.05 to 2.50

Line

Source

(Cont'd)
(Cont'd)
058837
N8T37

,.

National
5ignetics

-1 to 4.5/-1.5 to 13
5

NT05

M08-272

t lnterdesign

7

0.7 to 1.7

5

IBM360/370

MC75125
MC75127
0575125
0575127
SN75125
5N75127

Molorola
Motorola
National
National
TI
TI

(2753)
(2753)

8

0.7 to 1.7

5

IBM360/370

MC75128
MC75129
OS75128
OS75129
5N75128
SN75129

Motorola
Molorola
National
National
TI
TI

(2753) 10
(2753)

10 mY, MOS Sense, Active Pull-up

0575207
0575208
SN75207

National
National
TI

10 mY, MOS Sense, Open Collector

SN75208

TI

10 mY, MOS Sense, Three-State

OS3604

National

75207 with Diode Protected Input Stage

SN752078

TI

75208 with Diode Protected Input Stage

SN75208B

TI

25 mY, Active Pull-up

55107A
75107A
H075107A
MC55107
MC75107

t Fairchild

25 mY, Active Pull-Up

0555107
0575107

t National

25 mY, Active Pull·up

SN55107A
SN75107A

tTl

25 mV, Open Collector

H075108A
MC55108
MC75108
OS55108
OS75108
SN55108A
SN75108A

I
J)

-0

:::J
C

0
()
Q)
Q)

'-

Q)

(/)

CU

Line Receivers-Differential
See also Receivers-listed under Digital-ECl and Oigital-IlNIl/HTl Miscellaneous sections
±O.O10

2

:t5

±3

±0.O25

:!

3

±5

\

25 mV, Three-State 55107

\

55107A with Diode Protected Input Stage

\

\

\
\

55108A with Diode Protected Input St~ae

\

10/15

\~\X\\'3.t~

751078
OS55107
0575107
SN551078
SN751078
751088
0555108
OS75108
SN551088
SN751088

Fairchild
Hitachi
Motorola
Motorola
National

30

TI
Hitachi

t Motorola
Motorola

t National
National
tTl
TI

t National

40

National
Fairchild

t National
Natior:al
tTl
TI
Fairchild

t National
Nationill
tTl
TI

5

Twisted Pair, ± 15 V CMV. Respofl~e Control

DS78lS120
OS88lS120

t National

5

CMOS Compatible, Response Control

OS78C120
OS88C120

t

5

RS232, RS422/3

!J637AC
!J637AM
SN55157
SN75157
ILA9637AC

,e\"\\\\

~

OSlG03
DS3G03

t

20

50

National
National
National
Fairchild

t Fairchild
tTl
TI
TI

60
(Continued)

• Typical Value

Bold facI Indicates additional dala Is provided on Ihl paga noted.

, co Ie MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold

Common
Mode
Voltage, V

(Cont'd)
Comments

Device

5

Differential Input, Single Ended Data

AM2615C
AM2615M

AMO
t AMO

5

Ext. Ref. Adj. 1.5 to 3.5 V with Optional Internal 2.5 V Reference

SN55142A
SN55143A
SN75142A
SN75143A

tTl
tTl
TI
TI

MC75140
SN55140
SN55141
SN75140
SN75141

Motorola
tTl
tTl
TI

Hysteresis, EIA/MIL
RS232B

N8T16
OS7822
OS8822

Signetics
t National
National

Hysteresis, IBM360/370

MC8T24
OS75124
NBT24
SN75124

Motorola
National
Signetics
Fairchild

Source

Line

Line Receivers-Single Ended
0.4 to 2.4

±15

±0.1 V (ref)

Ext. Reference Adjustable from 1.5 to 3.5 V

±2.0

3

4

5

0.7 to 1.7

5

Hysteresis, RS232C, CCITT V.24

9617C

0.8 to 2.0 V

5

Hysteresis, High-Speed

MC8T14
OS55122
OS75122
N8T14
SN55122
SN75122

Motorola
t National
National
Signetics
tTl
TI

0.86 to 2.40

5

High-Speed

H02915

Hitachi

1.15 to 1.55

5

IBM360

H02905

Hitachi

0.75 to 1.5 V

5

RS232C, Programmable Threshold, Hysteresis

p.A1489
HD75154
MC1489
OS1489
MC1489
S61489
SN55189
SN75189

Fairchild
Hitachi
Motorola
National
Signetlcs
Silicon 6
tTl
TI

XR1489A
p.A1489A
H075189
MC1489A
OS1489A
MC1489A
SG1489A
SN55189A

EXlf
Fairchild
Hitachi
Molofola
National
Signetics
Silicon G
tTl
t National

6

RS232C, Programmable Threshold, Wider HystereSis than 1489

0.97 to 2.65

5

Hysteresis, 120 Ohm System

OS7836

1.05 to 2.5

5

Hysteresis, 120 Ohm System

OS8836

National

1.2 to 1.8

5

120 Ohm System, No Hysteresis, NOR Input

OS7640

t National

1.3 to 1.7

5

120 Ohm System, No Hysteresis, NOR Input

OS8640

National

1.7

5

No Hysteresis, NOR Input

96106

Fairchild
TI

C

0
(,)

\

Q)
Q)

CJ)
"-

Q)

........

(J)

20

30
(2753)

(3188)

(2753) 40

50

1.75 to 2.25 V

5

RS232C, Programmable Threshold, Hysteresis

SN75189A

15

Hysteresis, Interface to CMOS

367A
367M

Hysteresis, Open Collector, Interface to CMOS

368A

Teledyne S

5.5t08

12

Hysteresis, Open Collector, Inferface to CMOS
Hystersis, Interface to CMOS

368C
367B
367C

Teledyne S
Teledyne S
t Teledyne S

±3/0.8 to 3

50r 12

RS232C, Hysteresis, Fail Safe Option

55154
75154
OS75154
S655154
S675154
8N54154
SN75154

t Fairchild
Fairchild
National
t Silicon 6
Silicon 6
tTl

OS7837
MC3437

t National
Motorola
(Continued)

0.97 to 2.65
1.05 to 2.50

5
5

Hysteresis, 120 Ohm System
Hysteresis, 120 Ohm System

.

IC MASTER

1983

* Typical Value
Bold facalodlcalas addlllonal dala Is provldad 00 Ihl pigi nOlld.

(.9

........

5 to 7.5

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

~

::J
10

TI

5

5

Q)

"0

TI

0.75 to 2.25

0.75 to 2.25

~

~
;;;:

Also see Line Receivers-Differential
2

~
r.:

"III

Supply
Voltage,
V

Teledyne S
t Teledyne S

60
(885)

TI

CO

~

Ie

~

~

~

~

i

MASTER

INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold

Common
Mode
Voltage. V

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage.
V

Comments

Device

Line Receivers-Single Ended
6

5

1.05 to 2.50

Hysteresis. 120 Ohm System

(Cont'd)
OS8837
N8T37

National
Signetics

-1 to 4.5/-1.5 to 13
5

NTOS

MOB-272

t Interdesign

7

0.7 to 1.7

5

IBM360/370

MC751Z5
MC751Z7
OS75125
OS75127
SN75125
SN75127

Motorola
Molorola
National
National
TI
TI

(Z753)
(Z753)

8

0.7 to 1.7

5

IBM360/370

MC751Z8
MC751Z9
OS75128
OS75129
SN75128
SN75129

Molorola
MOlorola
National
National
TI
TI

(Z753) 10
(Z753)

10 mV, MOS Sense, Active Pull-up

OS75207
OS75208
SN75207

National
National
TI

Q)

::J

(9
C

0

Line

(Cont'd)

"'0

.......

Source

()

Q)

-Q)

en
~

Q)

.......

en Line Receivers-Differential

CO
~

See also Receivers-listed under Oigital-ECl and Oigital-HNILlHTl Miscellaneous sections
2

±0.010

±0.025

±3

±3

±5

±5

10 mV, MaS Sense, Open Collector

SN75208

TI

10 mV, MaS Sense, Three-State

OS3604

National

75207 with Oiode Protected Input Stage

SN75207B

TI

75208 with Diode Protected Input Stage

SN75208B

25 mV, Active Pull-up

55107A
75107A
H075107A
MC55107
MC75107

t

Fairchild
Hitachi
Motorola
Motorola

OS55107
OS75107

t National

25 mV, Active Pull-up

SN55107A
SN75107A

tTl
TI

25 mV, Open Collector

H075108A
MC55108
MC75108
OS55108
OS75108
SN55108A
SN75108A
OS 160?
OS3603

55107 A with Diode Protected Input Stage

75107B
OS55107
OS75107
SN55107B
SN75107B

55108A with Oiode Protected Input Stage

±0.2/0.5

TI

t Fairchild

25 mV, Active Pull-Up

25 mV, Three-State 55107

±0.2/0.3

20

75108B
OS55108
OS75108
SN55108B
SN75108B

National

Hitachi

t Motorola
Motorola

t National
National
tTl
TI

t National

40

National
Fairchild

t National
National
tTl
TI
Fairchild

t National
National
tTl
TI

± 10/15

5

Twisted Pair, ± 15 V CMV. Response Control

OS78lS120
OS88lS120

t National

±15'

5

CMOS Compatible, Response Control

OS78C120
OS88C120

t National

±7/15

5

RS232, RS422/3

9637AC
9637AM
SN55157
SN75157
ILA9637AC

.. Temperature Range (- 55" to 125"C)
t Military

30

50

National
National
Fairchild

t Fairchild
tTl
TI
TI

60
(Continued)

• Typical Value

Bold IaCI Indicates additional dala is provided on Ihe page noled.

~474

,

©

IC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold

Common
Mode
Voltage, V

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

(Cont'd)

Line Receivers-Differential

(Cont'd)

±0.3/0.3

±0/15

± 15 V CMV, Response Control

OS78L20

±0.511

±0/15

± 15 V CMV, Response Control

9615C
9615M
OS55115
OS75115
9615C
SN55115
SN75115

TWisted Pair, ±3/15 V CMV, Response Control

±3/15

Twisted Pair, ± 15 V CMV, Response Control

± 10/15

4

OS7820A
OS8820A
OS8820
SN55152
SN55182
SN75182
OS7820
OS78C20
OS8820
OS88C20

t National
Fairchild

t Fairchild
t National
National
TI
tTl
TI
National
TI
tTl
tTl
TI

Adjusts RS232C/MIL-188, ± 25 V CMV, Hysteresis

SN75152

TI

±0.025

±3

±5

Four 75107, Active Pull-up

MC3450
OS1650
OS3650

t

Motorola
National
National

MC3452
OS1652
OS3652

t National

±7

±5

±5

Three-State, RS422/423

Three-State, RS-422/423

Molorola
National
TI

Three-State, RS-422

SN75173
SN75175

±15

±5

50 mV Hysteresis

OS1689
OS1690
0S3689
0S3690

t National
t National
National
National

±15

±5

Three-State

AM26LS33C
AM26LS33M
OS26LS33C
OS26LS33M
AM26LS33C
AM26LS33M

Ar,10
t AMO
National
t National
TI
t TI

±0.8

-12,±7.5

±5,-5

NTDS

MOF1623B

t Interdesign

e IC MASTER

1983

Q)

(J)

CO

20

(2753)

30

TI
TI

±0.5

* Typical Value

'-+-'

National
t National
TI
t TI

±5

Bold faca Indlcalas addlllonal dala Is provldad on Iba paua naiad.

Q)

(f)

AMO

t AMO

±12

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

Q)

National

OS3486
MC3486
AM26LS32C
AM26LS32M
OS26LS32C
OS26LS32M
AM26LS32C
AM26LS32M

0
0

Motorola

MC3486

C
-+-'

National
National

±12

±3

10

t National
t National

±25

±0.2

::J

(.9

t National

±0.5/3

Four 75108, Open Collector

Q)

"0

40

~

Ie

~

"
~

~

i

MASTER

INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold, V

Output

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

5

General Purpose Interface Bus

OS3666
OS75160A
OS75161A
OS75162A

Nallonal
Nallonal
Nallonal
Nallonal

5

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver/Register, Open Collector

SN74LS647
SN74LS649

TI
TI

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Three-State

G74SC245
G74SC545

GTE Micro
GTE Micro

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Three-State, CMOS

M054SC245 t Mltel
M054SC545 t Mltel
M074SC245 Mltel
M074SC545 Mltel

General Purpose Interface Bus

MC3447

Line

Line Transceivers-Single Ended
Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Three-State, CMOS
TIL/CMOS
-

0.8 to 2.0

TIL

Q)

"C

:::s
C}
C

0
+-'

()
Q)

~

Q)
+-'

(j)

CO

~
4

(706)
(706) 10
(702.706)
(706)

SN75160
SN75160A
SN75161
SN75161A
SN75162
SN75162A
SN75163
0.05 to 2.50

TIL

5

Open Collector, 1 V Hysteresis

AM8838
MC3438
DS8838
N8T38

AMD
Motorola
National
Signetics
t Fairchild

0.21 to 1.84

TIL

5

Open Collector (Inverting), Common Enable

96103M

0.4 to 2.05

TIL

5

Open Collector, Hysteresis

AM26S12AC AMD
AM26S12AM t AMD

0.5 to 2.0

TIL

5

Bus Transceiver, Tridirectional, Open Collector

SN54LS440 tTl
SN54LS441 tTl
SN54LS448 tTl
SN54LS442 tTl
SN54LS443 tTl
SN54LS444 tTl
SN74LS440 TI
SN74LS441
TI
SN74LS448 TI

(947)
(947)
(951) 30

Bus Transceiver, Tridirectional, Three-State

SN74LS442
SN74LS443
SN74LS444

TI
TI
TI

(947)
(947)
(947)

General Purpose Interface Bus, Open Collector, for MOS Input

MC3446A
MC3446

Motorola
TI

Three-State, Bus Transceiver
Three-State, Bus Transceiver, Parity Generator/Checker

AM2915AM tAMO
AM2916AM tAMO
AM2917AM tAMO

Three-State, Hysteresis

AM25LS242Mt AMD
AM25LS243Mt AMD
SN54LS242 t AMD
SN54LS243 t AMD
SN54S242 t AMD
SN54S243 t AMD
54LS242
t Fairchild
54LS243
t Fairchild
SN54LS242 t Motorola
SN54LS243 t Motorola
SN54ALS242 tTl
SN54ALS243 tTl
SN54LS242 tTl
SN54LS243 tTl

Bus Transceiver, Tridirectional, Three-State

0.6 to 2.0

0.7 to 2.0

0.8 to 1.8

0.8 to 2.0

TIL

TIL

TIL/MOS

TIL

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

"476

(986)
(986)

Motorola
(2753.2755)
TI
TI
TI
TI
TI
TI
TI
20

Q)

Cf)

(2768)
(2768)
(2768)
(2768)

5

5

5

5

Bus Transceiver, Tridirectional, Open Collector

Bus Transceiver, Individual Direction Controls

(947)
(947)
(947)
(947)
(947)
(951)

(1211)
(1211)
(1212)

General Purpose Interface Bus, Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Three-State

SN54LS446 tTl
SN54LS449 tTl
AM3448A
AMD
Fairchild
ILA3448A
MC3448A
Motorola

Bus Transceiver, Individual Direction Controls

SN74LS446

TI

(2753) 40

50

(911)
(912)
(911)
(912)
(950)
(951) 60

(2753)

(950)
(Continued)

* Typical Value
Bold face Indicates additional dala Is provided on the page noted.

~

IC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold, V

Output

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

Line Transceivers-Single Ended
4

O.B to 2.0

TIL

(Cont'd)
Bus Transceiver, Individual Oirection Controls
SN74LS449
General Purpose Interface Bus, Open Collector, 100 rnA Output

Motorola
Molorola
Molorola
Molorola
National
t National
National
TI

(Cont'd)
(951)
(2753)
(2753)
(2753)
Q)

"0
::J

(.!J

Three-State, Bus Transceiver

AM2915AC

AMD

(1211) 10

Three-State, Bus Transceiver, Parity Generator/Checker

AM2916AC
AM2917AC

AMD
AMD

(1211)
(1212)

Three-State, Oual Rank Latches

SN74S226

TI

Three-State, Hysteresis

AM25LS242C AMO
AM25LS243C AMO
SN74LS242 tAMO
SN74LS243
AMO
SN74S242
AMO
SN74S243
AMO
74LS242
Fairchild
74LS243
Fairchild
SN74LS242
Motorola
SN74LS243
Motorola
74LS242
Signetics
74LS243
Signetics
SN74ALS242 TI
SN74ALS243 TI
SN74LS242 TI
SN74LS243 TI

Three-State (Inverting)

Three-State (Non-Inverting)

N8T26
SBT26
IlA8T26A
IlA8T26AM
H026BT26
MC6880
MC8T26A
OS8T26A
OS8T26AM
N8T126
N8T127
N8T26A
S8T126
S8T127
SN75136

AMO
tAMO
Fairchild
t Fairchild
Hitachi
Motorola
Motorola
National
t National
Signetics
Signetics
Signetics
t Signetics
t Signetics
TI

N8T28A
S8T28A
IlABT28
IlABT2BM
MC6889
MC8T28
OSBT28
OS8T28M
N8T128
N8T129
NBT28
S8T128
S8T129

AMO
tAMO
Fairchild
t Fairchild
Motorola
Motorola
National
t National
Signetics
Signetics
Signetics
t Signetics
t Signetics

Q)
Q)

'Q)

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en

CO

20

(911)
(912)
(911)
(912)
30

40

50

Open Collector, 1 V Hysteresis

AM783B
OS783B

tAMO
t National

1.05 to 2.50

TIL

Inverting 7833/8833

OS7835
OSB835

t National
National

Inverting 7839/8839

OS7834
OS8834
N8T34

t National
National
Signetics

Three-State, NOR Gate, Transmit Disable, Hysteresis

OS7839
OS8839

t National
National
(Continued)

1983

a

(.)

en

TIL

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(908)

0.97 to 2.65

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

©

0S8641
MC3440A
MC3441A
MC3443A
OS3662
OS7641
OS8641
MC3443

TI

60

* Typical Value
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MASTER

INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold, V

Output

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Device

Comments

Source

4

1.05 to 2.50

1.5 to 2.4

TTL

TTL

Q)

."0
:J

(Cont'd)

5

5

Three-State, T/R Disables, Hysteresis

DS7833
DS8833

t National
National

Open Collector, 100 mA Output, Parity Generator/Checker
a-bus Compatible 2907

AM2907M
AM290SM

tAMO
tAMD

2-lnput, Open Collector 100 mA Drivers

AM2905M

tAMD

(1205)

2-lnput, Open Collector 100 mA Drivers, Parity Generator/Checker

AM2906M

tAMD

(1205)

1.5 to 3.2

TTL

5

Open Collector, 100 mA Output

SG55138
SN55138

t Silicon G
tTl

1.6 to 1.8

TTL

5

Open Collector, Hysteresis

AM26S12C
AM26S12M

t AMD

C)
C

0

......

1.6 to 2.3

TTL

5

()
Q)

Q)

C/)
1.6 to 2.4

"'Q)

TTL

5

8

(1206)
(1206)

2-lnput, Open Collector 100 mA Drivers

AM2905C

AMD

(1205)

2-lnput, Open Collector 100 mA Drivers, Parity

AM2906C

AMD

(1205)

Open Collector, 100 mA Output

AM26S10M
AM26S11M
9640M
DS26S10M
DS26S11M
AM26S10M
AM26S11M

Open Collector, 100 mA Output

TTL

5

Open Collector, 100 mA Output

SG75138
SN75138

TTL

TTL

5

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Three-State

AM7304B
AM8304
DP8304

tAMD

54LS641
54LS642
74LS641
74LS641-1
74LS642
74LS642-1
SN54LS621
SN54LS622
SN54LS641
SN54LS642
SN54LS644

t Signatics
t Signatics
Signetics
Signetics
Signalics
Signatics
tTl
tTl
tTl
tTl
tTl

TTL

5

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Open Collector

/

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver, Three-State

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)

2478

AM26S10C
AM26S11C
9640C
MC26S10
MC26S11
DS26S10C
DS26S11C
AM26S10C
AM26S11C
AM2S10C

t AMD
tAMD
t Fairchild
t National
t National
tTl
tTl
AMD
AMD
Fairchild
Motorola
Motorola
National
National
TI
TI
TI

1.8 to 2.9

0.5 to 2.0

10

AMD
AMD

ro

5

AMD

AM2907C
AM290SC

~

TTL

(1206)
(1206)

Open Collector, 100 MA Output, Parity Generator/Checker
a-bus Compatible 2907

......
en

1.75 to 2.25

Line

(Cont'd)

Line Transceivers-Single Ended

20

30

Silicon G
TI
~MD

National
(2772)
(2772)
40
(2772)
(2772)
(976)
(976)
(9S4)
(9S4)
(9S4)

AM7303
t AMD
AM7307
t AMD
AM7308
50
t AMD
AM8303
AMD
AM8307
AMD
AM8308
AMD
SN54LS645 t MMI
(715)
SN54LS6451
(715)
t MMI
DP7303
t National
DP7304B
t National
DP7307
t National
DP7308
t National
DP8303
National
60
DP8304B
National
DP8307
National
DP8308
National
(1023)
SN54ALS1645 tTl
(913)
SN54ALS245 tTl
(Continued)

* Typical Value
Bold face lridlcates additional data Is provldad on the page notad.
©

IC MASTER

1983

MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

I

Receiver
Input
Threshold, V

Output

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

(Cont'd)

Line Transceivers-Single Ended
0.5 te 2.0

TIL

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Three-State
SN54AlS645 tTl
SN54lS620 tTl
SN54lS623 tTl
SN54lS640 tTl
SN54lS643 tTl
SN54lS645 tTl
SN54Sl245 ttl

0.6 te 2.0

TIL

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Open Cellecter

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Three-State

0.7 te 2.0

0.8 te 2.0

TIL

TIL

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° te 125°C)
~

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Line

SN74lS621
SN74lS622
SN74LS641
SN74LS6411
SN74LS642
SN74LS642·
1
SN74LS644
SN74LS644·
1
SN74LS645
SN74LS645·
1
74lS640
74lS640·1
74lS645
SN74LS245
SN74LS620
SN74LS623
SN74LS640
SN74LS640·
1
SN74LS643
SN74LS643·
1
SN74LS645
SN74LS645·
1

TI
TI
TI

(Cent'd)
(984)
(976)
(976)
(984)
(984)
(984)

Q)

"0
:J

(976)
(976)
(984) 10

C.9
C

0
+-'

TI
TI

(984)
(984)

TI
TI

(984)
(984)

()

Q)
Q)

C/)
~

Q)
+-'

(/)

TI

(984)

MMI

(715)

MMI
Signetics
Signetics
Signetics
TI
TI

(715)

TI
TI

TI
TI

TI

20
(913)
(976)
(976)
(984)
(984)
(984)

TI

(984)
(984)

TI

(984)

t Meterela
t Meterela

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Open Cellecter

SN54lS641
SN54lS642

Bidirectional Bus Transceiver/Register, Open Collecter

SN54LS647 tTl
SN54LS649 t TI

(986)
(986)

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Three-State

54lS245
t Fairchild
SN54lS245 t Meterela
SN54lS640 t Meterela
SN54lS645 t Meterela
SN54LS646 t TI
SN54LS648 t TI

(986)
(986)

Meterela
Meterola

CO

~

30

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Open Cellecter

SN74lS641
SN74lS642

40

Bidirectienal Bus Transceiver, Three-State

74lS245
Fairchild
Mitsubishi
M74lS245
SN74lS245
Meterela
SN74lS640
Meterela
Meterela
SN74lS645
OS3667
t Natienal
74LS245
Signallcs
(779)
N8T125
Signetics
S8T125
t Signetics
50
(1023)
SN74ALS1645 TI
SN74ALS245 TI
(913)
SN74ALS645 TI
(984)
(986)
SN74LS646 TI
(986)
SN74LS648 TI

• Typical Value
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Ie MASTER
INTERFACE-Line Circuits
No.
Per
Device

Receiver
Input
Threshold, V

Output

(Cont'd)
Supply
Voltage,
V

Comments

Device

Source

TTL

Designed to meet proposed EIA Standard RS485

083695
083696
083697
083698

Nallonal
Nallonal
Nallonal
Nallonal

TTL

Independent Three-State 55113 Driver and 55115 Receiver

SN55116
SN75116

tTl
TI

Q)

Same as 55116 with Three-State Receiver

"0
:J

SN55118
SN75118

tTl
TI

Same as 55117 with Three-State Receiver

SN55119
SN75119

tTl
TI

Three-State 8 Pin, 40 MA

SN55117
SN75117

tTl
TI

Line

Line Transceivers-Differential

±0.5/± 1 V

C.9
C

o

.......

(2770)
(2770)
(2770)
(2770)

10

U

Q)
Q)

en

t Military Temperature Range (-55° to 125°C)

2480

• Typical Value
Bold face Indicates additional dala Is provided on Ihe page noled.
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IC MASTER

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MASTER SELECTION GUIDE
INTERFACE-Memory and Peripheral Drivers
Function

Source

Device

Memory & Peripheral Drivers
Addressable Peripheral Driver (latched, 8-output driver)
Signetics
NE590
Signetics
NE591
SE590
t Signetics
BiMOS Latched Driver
UCS-4401H
UCS-4801H

t Sprague
Sprague

Bridged Motor Driver
MD346

Analog Sys

Clock Generator/Oscillator, to 10 MHz, Band 1 Divider, for
Microprocessors
ICM7209
t Intersil
Data Acquisition Controller (intelligent) for AID Converter
Cybernetic
CY600
Disc Memory Read/Write
ILPC751
ILPC752

NEC-Electron
NEC-Electron

Driver, Half Bridge, 2 A
SG1635
SG3635

t Silicon G
Silicon G

Driver, Open Collector/Emitter, for 150 rnA (load connected
to negative supply)
RIFA
PBD3520
Driver, SeriallnpuU16-Bit Parallel Output, High·Voltage,
High-Current Outputs
Teledyne S (2854)
TSC9403
Teledyne S (2854)
TSC9404
Driver, to 80 V, 0.2 A
01445

Dionics

Driver, Single, 125 rnA, for Relays, Motors, Lamps
RIFA
PBD3510
RIFA
PBD3511
Driver, Dual, to 80 V, 0.2 A
01446

Dionics

Driver, Dual, 2-lnput, Sink or Source 500 rnA
SG1627
t Silicon G
SG3627
Silicon G
Driver, 5 Channel, CMOS/PMOS Input (lamp, relay driver,
load to negative supply)
Sprague (2843)
UDN·2956A
Driver, 5 Channel, CMOSmL Input (lamp, relay driver,
load to negative supply)
Sprague (2843)
UDN·2957A
Driver, 5 Channel Darlington, to 400 rnA
Exar
XR2200
XR2200M
t Exar
LB1287
Sanyo
Sanyo
LB1288
Driver, 7 Channel, CMOS/PMOS Input (hammer,lamp, relay
driver)
MD402
Analog Sys
Exar
(3200)
XR2204
(3200)
XR2204M
t bar
Fairchild
9668
9668M
t Fairchild
MC1416
Molorola (2753)
RIFA
PBD352304
ULN2004 .
Signetics
Sprague (2843)
ULN·2004A
Sprague (2843)
ULN·2014A
ULN-2024A
Sprague (2843)
ULS-2004H
t Sprague
ULS-2014H
t Sprague
ULS-2024H
t Sprague
SN75469
TI
ULN2004A
TI
Driver, 7 Channel, CMOSmL Input (hammer,lamp, relay
(3199)
driver)
XR2003M
t Exar
Exar
(3200)
XR2203
Fairchild
9667
(Continued)

t Military Temperature Range (- 55° to 125°C)

u

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All of the functional types have the pin-out format shown below.

STANDARDIZED PIN-OUTS
FOR EASY BOARD LAYOUT

OEC~PVCC

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HERMETIC DUAL IN-LINE PACKAGE
AMD Pkg

D-24-Sllm

Common
Name

SLIM
CERDIP

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Appendix C

Parameters .

Min

Max

A

.140

.220

b

.016

.020

bl

.045

.065

c

.009

.011

0

1.230

1.285
.285

E

.245

El

.290

.320

e

.090

.110

L

.120

.150

Q

.015

.060

Sl

.010

a

3°

-23

-22P

~4

-21P

I

==
P
== -19P
5

-20

6

STANDARD
INPUTS

p:

2
3

~

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18

P

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11 -

GND I..- 12

14

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13 --l -

(cp

STANDARD
'=- CONTROLS

OE

13°

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BIPOLAR LSI AND SUPPORT PRODUCTS
High Performance Bus Interface Circuits
The Am29800 Family

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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

• High-speed parallel registers with positive edge-triggered
Ootype flip-flops
- Noninverting CP-Y tpD
7.5ns typ
- Inverting CP-Y tpD ~. 7.5ns typ
• Buffered common Clock Enable (EN)
• Buffered common asynchronous Clear input (CLR)
• Threo-state outputs glitch free during power-up and down
• Outputs have Schottky clamp to ground
• 48mA Commercial IOL. 32mA MIL IOL
• High capacitance load capability
• Low capacitance inputs and outputs
• IOH specified 2.0V and '2.4V
• 24-pin 0.3" space saving package

The Am29820 Series bus interface registers are designed to
eliminate the extra packages required to buffer eXisting registers
and provide extra data width for wider address/data paths or
buses carrying parity. The Am29821 and Am29822 are buffered.
1O-bit wide version of the popular '374 function. The Am29823
and Am29824 are 9-bit wide buffered registers with Clock Enable
(EN) and Clear (CLR) - ideal for parity bus interfacing in high
performance microprogrammed systems. The Am29825 and
Am29826 are 8-bit buffered registers with all the '823/4 controls
plus multiple enables (OE 1. OE2. OE3) to allow multiuser control
of the interface. e.g .. CS. OMA. and RO/WR. They are ideal for
use as an output port requiring high IOL/IOH.

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All of the Am29800 high performance interface family are designed for high capacitance load drive capability while providing
low capacitance bus loading at both inputs and outputs. All inputs
are Schottky diode inputs. and all outputs are designed for low
capacitance bus loading in the high impedance state.

Device
10-Bit

9-Bit

8 .. Bit

Am2982l

-_._----

Am29823

Am29825
--_._-_.-_.
Am29826

--.--.--~-.-

Am29822

Am29824

Am2982l/ Am29822
10-BIT REGISTERS

OE

vcc

Do

Vo

01

VI

02

V2

03

V3

04

V4

05

Vs

06

V6

07

V7

DB

VB

Og

Vg

GNO

cp

0

10

0

CP

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BLI-226

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BIPOLAR LSI AND SUPPORT PRODUCTS
High Performance Bus Interface Circuits
The Am29800 Family
Am29823/ Am29824
9·BIT REGISTERS

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YO

o

01

Yl

o

~

o

02

Y2

03

Y3

04

Y4

9

0

Ys

cp----l

06

Y6

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Y7

Oa

Ya

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CP

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05

GNO

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Y

C

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Am29825/ Am29826
8·BIT REGISTERS

OEI

vee

OE2

OE3
0

DO

YO

01

VI

02

V2

03

V3

8

0

V

Cp
04

V4

05

Vs

06

V6

D7

V7

CLR

EN

GOO

CP

EN
CLR
OEI
OE2
OE3

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BIPOLAR LSI AND SUPPORT PRODUCTS
High Performance Bus Interface Circuits
The Am29800 Family

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Am29827/828,
Am29861/862/863/864

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

• High-speed symmetrical bidirectional transceivers
- Noninverting tpD = 4.5ns typ
- Inverting tpD = 3.0ns typ
• High speed buffers and inverters
- Noninverting tpD = 4.5ns typ
- Inverting tpD = 3.0ns typ
• 200mV minimum input hysteresis on input data ports
• Three-state outputs glitch-free during power-up and down
• Outputs have Schottky clamp to ground
• 48mA Commercial IOL. 32mA MIL IOL
• High capacitance load capability
• Low capacitance inputs and outputs
• IOH specified 2.0V and 2.4V
• 24-pin 0.3" space saving package

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The Am29827 and Am29828 10-bit bus buffers and Am29860
Series bus transceivers provide high performance bus interface
buffering for wide data/address paths or buses carryin~ parity.
The 10-bit buffers and 9-bit transceivers have NOR-ed output
enables for maximum control flexibility. All buffer and transceiver
data inputs have 200mV minimum input hysteresis to provide
improved noise rejection.
All of the Am29800 high performance interface family are designed for high capacitance load drive capability while providing
low capacitance bus loading at both inputs and outputs. All inputs
are Schottky diode inputs. and all outputs are designed for low
capacitance bus loading in the high impedance state.

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Device
10-Bit
Buffers

I Noninverting
I Inverting

10-Bit
9-Bit
Transceivers Transceivers

Am29827

Am29861

Am29863

Am29828

Am29862

Am29864

Am29827/ Am29828
10-BIT BUS DRIVERS

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Yl

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Y2

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Y3

04

Y4

05

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Ys

OE2

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Y7

08

V8

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Yg

GNO

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BIPOLAR LSI AND SUPPORT PRODUCTS
High Performance Bus Interface Circuits
The Am29800 Family
Am29861/Am29862
10-BIT TRANSCEIVERS
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Vee

Ro

To

0

Rl

Tl

.2

~

R2

T2

R3

T3

R4

T4

"C

Rs

Ts
T7

Rs

Ts

GND

r:::
a:s

T

Ts

R7

Rg

Q)
(,)

10
R

Rs

~

OET

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OER

Tg
OET

BLI-239

BU-240

Am29863/Am29864
9-BIT TRANSCEIVERS

OERI

Vee

Ro

To

Rl

Tl

R2

T2

R3

T3

OETI
OET2

R4

T4

Rs

Ts

R

TS

R7

T7

OERI

Rs

Ts

OER2

OER2

OET2

GND

OE TI

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BIPOLAR LSI AND SUPPORT PRODUCTS
High Performance Bus Interface Circuits
The Am29800 Family
Am29843/ Am29844
9·BIT LATCHES

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C

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0

DO

Vo

.2

0,

v,

02

Y2

"C

03

Y3

(.)

04

Y4

ctS

05

Ys

LE

06

Y6

PRE

OJ

Y7

CLR

Os

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CLR

PRE

GNO

LE

9

0

0

Y

BLI-234

BLI-233

Am29845/Am29846
8·BIT LATCHES

OE,

vce

OE2

OE3

DO

YO

0

0,

Y,

02

V2

03

Y3

LE

04

Y4

PRE

05

Ys

CLR

06

Ys

OE,

Dr

Y7

OE2

CLR

PRE

OE3

GNO

LE

8

0

Y

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High Performance Bus Interface Circuits
The. Am29800 Family

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Am29833/834

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

• High speed bidrectional transceivers for 8-bit non-parity to
9-bit with parity ports
- Noninverting data tpD = 6.0ns typ
- Inverting data tpD = 6.0ns typ
- Parity generate tpD = 9.0ns typ
• High speed parity generation for Transmit mode
• High speed parity fault detection for Receive mode
• Clearable, open-collector output, Fault Flag register
• 200mV minimum input hysteresis
• Three-state outputs glitch-free during power-up and down
• Outputs have Schottky clamp to ground
• 48mA Commercial IOL, 32mA MIL IOL
• High capacitance load capability
• Low capacitance inputs and outputs
o IOH specified 2.0V and 2.4V
• 24-pin 0.3" space saving package

The Am29833 and Am29834 bidirectional transceivers are designed to interface an 8-bit data path without parity to a byteparity 9-bit data path. All outputs - Ri, Ti and PARITY - have
high IOL drive capability and are ideal for device-to-bus or
bus-to-bus interfacing.

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inputs are Schottky diode inputs, and all outputs are designed
for low capacitance bus loading in the high impedance state.

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catcher" to capture and hold any odd-parity fault occurring at
the rising edge of the clock, CPo A registered FAULT output
remains LOW until cleared. Also, the FAULT output is an
open-collector output for wired-OR configurations where byteparity is used for 16-bit or wider data fuses or where multiple
port flags are wired-OR tied together.

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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

• High-speed parallel latches
- Noninverting transparent tpD = 4.5ns typ
- Inverting transparent tpD = 6.0ns typ
• Buffered common latch enable input
• Buffered common clear input
• Buffered common preset input
• Three-state outputs glitch-free during power-up and down
• Outputs have Schottky elamp to ground
• 48mA Commercial IOL, 32mA MIL IOL
• High capacitance load capability
• Low capacitance inputs and outputs
• IOH specified 2.0V and 2.4V
• 24-pin 0.3" space saving package

The Am29840 Series bus interface latches are designed to eliminate the extra packages required to buffer existing latches and
provide extra data width for wider address/data paths or buses
carrying parity. The Am2984l and Am29842 are buffered, 10-bit
wide version of the popular '373 function. The Am29843 and
Am29844 are 9-bit wide buffered latches with Preset (PRE) and
Ctear (CLR) - ideal for parity bus interfacing in high performance
systems. The Am29845 and Am29846 are 8-bit buffered latches
with all the '843/4 controls plus multiple enables (OE1, OE2, OE3)
to allow multiuser control of the interface, e.g., CS, DMA, and
RD/WR. They are ideal for use as an output port requiring high
IOL/IOH·
All of the Am29800 high performance interface family are designed for high capacitance load drive capability while providing
low capacitance bus loading at both inputs and outputs. All inputs
are Schottky diode inputs, and all outputs are designed for low
capacitance bus loading in the high impedance state.

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32 BIT, HIGH VOLTAGE DRIVER

Features:

General Description

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The AMI S4535 is a high voltage MOS/LSI circuit that
drives a variety of output devices, usually under microprocessor control, by converting low level signals such as
TIL, and CMOS to high voltage, high current drive signals. This device requires only four control lines due to its
serial input construction. It latches the data to be output,
or it may be used to bring data directly to the driver. The
part acts as a versatile peripheral to drive displays,
motors, relays and solenoids within its output limitations
of a 60 volt swing and 25mA per drive. It is especially well
suited to drive vacuum fluorescent displays due to its
high voltage output capability. One circuit will drive up to
32 devices and more can be driven by cascading several
drivers together.

High Voltage Outputs Capable of 60 Volt Swing·
Drives Up to 32 Devices
Cascadable
Requires Only 4 Control Lines

Applications:

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Vacuum Fluorescent Displays
LED and Incandescent Displays
Solenoids
Print Head Drives
DC and Stepping Motors
Relays

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serial input construction. It latches the data to be output,
relieving the microprocessor from the task of generating
the required waveform, or it may be used to bring data
directly to the driver. The part acts as a versatile peripheral to drive displays, motors, relays and solenoids
within its output limitations. It is especially well suited to
drive liquid crystal displays as a backplane A.C. signal
option is provided. The A.C. frequency of the backplane
output can be user supplied or generated by attaching a
capacitor and resistor to the LCD~ input, which controls
the frequency of the internal oscillator. One circuit will
drive up to 32 devices and more can be driven by
cascading several drivers together.

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Wide Supply Range
High Noise Immunity
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LED and Incandescent Displays
Solenoids
Print Head Drives
DC and Stepping Motors
Relays

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031

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10 BIT, HIGH VOLTAGE,
HIGH CURRENT DRIVER
Features:

General Description

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The AMI S4534 is a high voltage, high current MaS/LSI,
circuit that drives a variety of output devices, usually
under microprocessor control, by converting low level
signals such as TTL, and CMOS to high voltage, high current drive signals. This device ,requires only four control
lines due to its serial input construction. It latches the
data to be output, or it may be used to bring data directly
to the driver. The part acts as a versatile peripheral to
drive displays, motors, relays arid solenoids within its
output limitations of a 60 volt swing and 25mA per drive.
It is especially well suited to drive vacuum fluorescent
displays due to its high voltage output capability. One circuit will drive up to 10 devices and more can be driven by
cascading several drivers together.

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Outputs Capable of 60 Volt Swings at 25mA
Drives Up to 10 Devices
Cascadable
Requires Only 4 Control Lines

Applications:

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Vacuum Fluorescent Displays
LED and Incandescent Displays
Solenoids
Print Head Drives
DC and Stepping Motors
Relays

Functional Block Diagram

Pin Configuration

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DATA

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ABBREVIATIONS
OF
COMPANY·

NAMES

Action Ins
AD
ADT
Adapt Sci
Advent
Alphatron
AMA
AMD
AMI
Amperex
Analogic
Analog Sys
APC
Apex
APM
Appl Sys
APT
Aptek
Array Tech
AWl

Action Instruments
Analog Devices
Advanced Digital Technology
Adaptive Science Corp.
Advent Products, Inc.
Alphatron
American Automation
Advanced Micro Devices
American Microsystems,' Inc.
Amperex Electronic Corp.
Analogic
Analog Systems
Applied Micro Circuits
Apex Microtechnology
Applied Microsystems Corp.
Applied Systems Corp.
Applied Microtechnology
Aptek Microsystems
Array Technology
Analog West

Bedford
Burr-Brown

Bedford Computer Systems Inc.
Burr-Brown Research

CAE
Cal Devices
Cent Data
Cermetek
CGRS
Cherry
CIC
Citel
Comlinear
CMA
Comark
Comdial
Camp Auto
Compas
Cont Logic
Control Sys
CreMicro
Cromemco
CSG
Cubit
Curtis
Cybernetic
Cybersys
Cybertek

Computer Aided Engineering
California Devices
Central Data Corp.
Cermetek
CGRS Microtech Inc.
Cherry Semiconductor
custom Integrated Circuits
Citel, Inc.
Comlinear Corporation
Custom MOS Arrays
Comark Corp.
'
Comdial Semiconductor
Computer Automation
Com pas Microsystems
Control logic Inc.
Control Systems Microsystems Div.
Creative Micro Systems
Cromemco, Inc.
Commodore Semiconductor Group
Cubit Inc.
Curtis Electro Devices, Inc.
Cybernetic Micro Systems
Cybersystems
Cybertek Inc.

Data General
Data I/O
Data Trans
Oatel
Datricon
DOC
DEC
Delco
DGM
Digelec
Digitek
Dionics
Dist Camp
Oivers Tech

Data General
Data 110
Data Translation
Datel-Intersil
Datricon Corporation
Data DeVices Corporation
Digital Equipment Corporation
Delco Electronics
Digital Microsystems
Digelec Corp.
Digitek, Inc.
Dionics Inc_
Distributed Computer Systems
Diversified Technology

E·HI
Elind
EL Instr
EMM
Emulogic
Epson
Ell Micro
Exar

E-H International, Inc.
Elind Elettronica Industriale
E & l Instruments
EMM
Emulogic, Inc.
Epson America, Inc.
ETI Micro
Exar Integrated Systems

Fairchild
Ferranti
Fujitsu A
Fujitsu

2612

Fairchild
Ferranti Electric
Fujitsu America
Fujitsu Microelectronics, Inc.

GI
GMS
GTE Micro

General Instrument
General Microsystems
GTE Microcircuits

Harris
Heurikon
Hilevel
Hitachi
Holt
HP
Hughes

Harris Semiconductor
Heurikoil Corp.
Hilevel Technology, Inc.
Hitachi America, ltd.
Holt Inc.
Hewlett-Packard
Hughes Aircraft, Solid State
Products
Hybrid Systems
Hycom Incorporated

Hybrid Sys
Hycom

IMS
Inconix
Ind Tech
Inmos
IntCirEng
IntCirSys
IntCompSys
IntCyber
Int Micro
Int Tech
Intech/FMI
Intel
Interdesign
Intersil
Intronics
IPI
ITT

Integrated Device Technology
International Microcircuits, Inc.
International
Microelectronic Products
Industrial Micro-systems Inc.
Inconix Corporation
Inductive Technology
Inmos
Integrated Circuit Engineering
Integrated Circuit Systems
Integrated Computer Systems
International Cybernetics
International Microsystems
Integrated Technology Corp.
Intech/Function Modules Inc.
Intel
Interdesign
Intersil
Intronics
Integrated Photomatrix Inc.
ITT Semiconductors

Kinetic Sys
Kontron

Kinetic Systems
Kontron Electronics

Lambda
Laserdyne
LSI Camp
LSI Logic

lambda Semiconductor
laserdyne
lSI Computer Systems
lSI logic Corporation

Master Logic
Matrix
Matrox
MCC
Micrel
Micro Eng
Micro Innov
Micropac
Micro Net
Micro PWr
Micro Sci
Micro Tech
Micro-Link
Micron
MilerTron
Miller
Mitel
Mitsubishi
MMI
Monosil
MonSys
Mostek
Motorola
MRC
Murray

Master logic Corporation
Matrix Corp.
Matrox Electronic Systems
Microcomputer Control
Micrel
Micro Circuit Engineering
Micro Innovators
M:cropac Industries
Micro Networks
Micro Power Systems
Micro Sciences Corp.
Microcircuits Technology
Micro-link Corporation
Micron Technology
MilerTronics
Miller Technology
Mitel Semiconductor
Mitsubishi Electronics
Monolithic Memories, Inc.
Monosil
Monolithic Systems Corp.
Mostek
Motorola Semiconductor
MRC Systems
Murray Consulting

National
NCR

National Semiconductor
NCR Corp., Microelectronics
Division
NEC / Electronic Arrays Division
NEC / Electron Division
NEC/Microcomputer Division
Nitron
Nortek

lOT
IMI
IMP

NEC·EA
NEC Electron
NEC Micro
Nitron
Nortek

OAE
Octagon
DEI
Ohio Sci
OKI
Omnibyte
Oscar

Oliver Advanced Engineering
Octagon Systems Corp.
Optical Electronics Inc.
Ohio Scientific
OKI Semiconductor
Omnibyte Corp.
I. S. Oscar Assoc.

Panasonic
PC/M
Percom
Phoenix
Pico Design
Polycore
Plessey
PMI
PragDes
PREMA
Pro-Log

Panasonic
Pacific / Cyber Metrix
Percom Data Co.
Phoenix Digital Corp.
Pico Design
Polycore Electronics
Plessy Semiconductors
Precision Monolithics, Inc.
Pragmatic Design Inc.
PREMA GmbH
Pro-log Corp.

Quay

Quay Corp.

Raytheon
RCA
RCI Data
RELMS
Reticon
RIFA
Rockwell
RTC

Raytheon Semiconductor
RCA Solid State Division
RCI Data
Relational Memory Systems
Reticon
RFIA
Rockwell, Microelectronic Devices
Riehl Time Corporation

Sanken
Sanyo
SEEQ
Semi Proc
Siemens
Signetics
SGS
Sharp
Silicon G
Siliconix
Silicon Sys
Siltronics
SMC
Solarise
Solitron
Sprague
SSM
SSS
Stag
Struc. Des.
Stynetic
Sunrise
Sunshine
Supertex
Symtek
Synapse
Synertek
Sys Innov

Sanken Electric
Sanyo
SEEQ Technology, Inc.
Semi Processes
Siemens
Signetics
SGS-ATES Semiconductor
Sharp
Silicon General
Siliconix
Silicon Systems Inc.
Siltronics
Standard Microsystems Corp.
Solarise Enterprises
Solitron Devices
Sprague Electric Company
Solid State Micro Technology
'for Music
Solid State Scientific
Stag Microsystems
Structured Design Inc.
Stynetic Systems
Sunrise Electronics
Sunshine Semiconductor
Supertex Inc.
Symtek Corp.
Synapse Corp.
Synertek
Systems Innovations

Tau lero
Tektronix
Telaris
Teledyne C
Teledyne P
Teledyne S
Telefunken
Telephonics
Telmos
Teltone
II
Thomson-CSF
TMX
Topanga
Toshiba
Trans-Data
TRW

Tau Zero Inc.
Tektronix
(See laserdyne)
Teledyne Crystalonics
Teledyne Philbrick
Teledyne Semiconductor
Telefunken
Telephonics lSI
Telmos
Teltone Corporation
Texas Instruments
Thompson-CSF Components Corp.
TMX
Topanga Data Systems
Toshiba America
Trans-Data
TRW-lSI Products

Unitrode
Universal

Unitrode
Universal Semiconductor, Inc.

Vantage
VII
Votrax

Vantage Data Products
VlSI Technology, Inc.
Votrax

Weitek
Western
Wintek

Weitek Corporation
Western Digital
Wintek Corp.

Xicor
Xycom

Xicor, Inc.
Xycom

Zendex
lilog
lymos

Zendex Corp.
Zilog
Zymos Corporation
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Data Conversion
Products

Datel-lntersil is located in Mansfield, Massachusetts,
approximately 35 miles from Boston. The modem,
120,(X)()-square-foot facility houses our administrative
offices, our components and systems engineering groups,
modular and systems production facilities, and the most
modem thin-film-hybrid production facility in the industry.
Datel-lntersil offers one of the broadest lines of dataconversion products in the industry. Included are AID and
01 A converters, sample-and-holds, operational and
instrumentation amplifiers, and data-acquisition systems
- all packaged using the latest in thin-film, hybridmicroelectronic-circuit manufacturing technologies.

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Datel-lntersil also offers fast delivery. On standard products, delivery typically runs from stock to
four weeks and from six to eight weeks for full
military-grade products with Class 8838 screening.
DateJ-lntersil is dedicated to maintaining its
position as an international leader in data-conversion
technology. 'tbu can depend on DateJ-lntersil for a steady
flow of new products to meet the growing demand for
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New Products from
Datel Intersil

AM-542, AM-543 programmable gain Instrumentation
amplifiers feature digital gain selection

The AM-542 and AM-543 are high-performance, digitallycontrolled, programmable-gain instrumentation amplifiers. The
AM-542 permits selection of gains from 1 to 1024 in 11 binary
weighted steps; the AM-543 permits selection of gains from 1
to 128 in 8 binarl weighted steps. Gain selection is accomplished through the input of a 4-bit word. The AM-542 is
optimized for low-drift, low-noise performance while the
AM-543 is tailored for high-speed applications.

SHM-7 new video speed sample-hold features ultra-high
speed and dual outputs

DATEL-INTERSIL's SHM-7 is an ultra-fast sample-hold
amplifier designed for high-speed signal processing applications. The SHM-7 acquires a 2V input change to 0.1 % in only
40 ns and the hold mode settling time is only 20 ns; making
possible sampling rates of up to 17MHz. A unique feature of
the SHM-7 is its dual outputs, each with a ± 5V output voltage
range at 30 mA and an output impedance of 130. The outputs
may be tied together to increase the output current and
decrease the output impedance.

SHM-9 fast sample-hold features high perfonnance at low
cost
The SHM-9 is a complete, self-contained sample-hold
amplifier that combines high performance versatility with low
cost ($39.00, 1-24 qty). The SHM-9 includes a bipolar input
amplifier, a low-leakage electronic switch, a FET output
amplifier, a precision 1000 pF hold capacitor and logic control
circuitry. The intemal control circuitry allows the SHM-9 to be
interfaced with virtually any AID converter using the
converter's Start/Convert and E.O.C. (status) signals. Active
laser trimming of highly stable thin-film resistor networks
minimizes offset and sample-to-hold offset errors, eliminating
the need for external adjustment circuits.

DATEL·INTERSIL, INC., 11 ?ABOT BOULEVARD, MANSFIELD, MA 02048rrEL. (617) 339·9341fTWX 710·346·1953rrLX 951340

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OAC-72 Industry standard, high resolution microelectronic
0/A converter
The DAC-72 series is a comprehensive family of high performance 16-bit D/A converters offering voltage or current outputs with either complementary binary or 4-digit BCD, TTL
compatible, input coding. Linearity error is ± 0.003 0/0 FSR
maximum and settling time for an output voltage step of 20V
to ± 0.0030/0 is only 10 JLS. Current output settling time, 2 mA
to ± 0.003 0/0, is only 1 JLS. All models are cased in a
miniature, hermetically sealed, 24-pin package and are completely pin and function compatible with industry standard
DAC-72 converters.

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The DAC-UP10B is a low cost, monolithic, 10-bit D/A converter with internal registers. The device also includes a highspeed output amplifier, stable internal reference, and an input
buffer amplifier. Low loading latches, adjustable logic
thresholds and addressing capability allow the DAC-UP10B to
directly interface with many microprocessor and logic controlled systems. The output voltage range is 0 to + 10V for
unipolar mode, ± SV for bipolar. A full scale output change
settles to within O.OS% FSR in S ,."s.

A0C-833 6-bit AID features video speed at low power
The ADC-833 is a low-power, video-speed, 6-bit flash AID
manufactured with CMOS/SOS technology. The device is
capable of digitizing an analog input signal at conversion rates
up to 1SMHz while its power consumption is only 200mW.
The analog input voltage range is + 2.SV to + 10V, and
typical differential linearity error is only ± 1/2 LSB. Outputs are
buffered three-state and include an overflow output which
allows the user to cascade two units to achieve 7-bit resolution.

ADC-830 microprocessor compatible 8-bit AID converter
DATEL-INTERSIL's ADC-830 is a low-cost, monolithic 8-bit

AID converter designed to operate directly with the 8080A
control bus via three-state outputs. The device appears as a
memory location or I/O port to the microprocessor and thus
does not require interfacing logic. Using the successive ap.proximation technique and a modified potentiometric resistor
ladder, the ADC-830 achieves an 8-bit conversion in 100 JLS
with a maximum total adjusted error of only ± V2 LSB. Its
combination of low cost, small size, and interface versatility
make the ADC-830 an ideal choice for many process control
and instrumentation applications.

DATEL·INTERSIL, INC., 11 CABOT BOULEVARD, MANSFIELD, MA 020481TEL. (617) 339·93411TWX 710·346·1953ITLX 951340

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ADC-5101 high speed, &-bit AID offers high temperature
operation at low cost ,

The ADC-5101 is a high speed, adjustment-free, 8-bit AID
converter. Pin compatible with standard ADC-5101 converters,
these devices offer high accuracy and high speed over the full
military operating temperature range of - 55°C to + 125°C.
Designed for operation without external adjustment circuits,
the ADC-5101 accomplishes an 8-bit conversion in only 900
ns maximum. Models are available subjected to 1000/0 screening to MIL-STD-883 Class B.

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The ADC-5210 series are high performance, 12-bit successive
approximation AID converters. Completely pin and function
compatible with standard ADC-5210 devices, these models offer significantly improved high-temperature operation at lower
cost. Full scale absolute accuracy error is a maximum of
± 0.050/0 FSR at + 25°C and only ± 0.20/0 FSRover the full
military operating temperature range of - 55°C to + 125°C;
an improvement of 10 LSBs over the error specified on com:peting devices. MIL-STD-883 screening is available.
ADC-84, 85, 87 new, Industry standard military and
Industrial 12-blt AID converters

DATEL-INTERSIL's ADC-84, ADC-85, and ADC-87 series
devices are high-performance, low-cost 10 and 12-bit successive approximation analog to digital converters. Direct
replacements for industry standard APC-84/85/87 convert~rs,
these devices offer improved performance and reliability. Each
converter is available in two performance grades; 12 bits of
resolution at a maximum conversion speed of 10 pS, or 10 bits
of resolution at a conversion speed of 6 p.S maximum. The
ADC-87 is specified for operation over the full military
operating temperature range of - 55°C to + 125°C. Versions
of this model are availabel screened to MIL-STD-883B.

DAC-85, DAC-87 new, Industry standard military and
Industrial 12-blt 01A converter

The DAC-85 and DAC-87 are DATEL-INTERSIL's new highperformance, 12-bit D/A converters. This comprehensive line
of D/As allows a choice of voltage or current output models
with either 12-bit binary or 3--digit BCD coding. The DAC-87 is
specified for operation over the - 55°C to + 125°C military
temperature range, and is available with 1000/0 screening in
accordance with MIL-STD-883B. This family of units has been
specifically designed to be pin and function compatible with
industry standard DAC-85/87 converters while offering
substantially improved performance.

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delivers fast ...
Industry standard products •.•
You can get delivery on data conversion hybrids screened to MIL-STD883B class B from stock to six weeks.
And we mean production quantities not just samples - (of proprietary and
second-source industry standard devices). For example, the DAC-87 offers
a full range of current or voltage output models with either binary or BCD
coding.

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hybrids is easier for us than for others
because Datel-Intersil has one of the
largest, most completely automated
hybrid production facilities in the industry. And, our entire hybrid operation, including lot control, quality
control, calibration control, manufacturing and testing facilities has been
designed to comply with MIL-M38510.

Proven in the field •..
Datel-Intersil delivers on performance.
Our hybrids are proving their reliability
in many of today's most demanding
military applications - the F-18, F-16
and )(M-l tank, to name just a few.
And, if you happen to need screening beyond 883B class B, such as
class S, we are ready to meet your requirements..

To meet your needs •••
If you're fed up with trade-offs - in performance, delivery and price - come
to Datel-Intersil. We're your dependable
source for data conversion hybrids ...
made to the industry's highest quality
and reliability standards ... delivered
when you need them ... at prices that
make them the industry's best value.
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Datel·h'tersil is a recognized industry leader in the design and
manufacture of thin film hybrid data conversion products which
meet the most demanding reliability requirements for military
and aerospace applications per MIL·specifications. Datel·
Intersil's data conversion procjucts are currently used in a wide
number of military and aerospace flight systems and in high reli·
ability ground support and test systems. Datel·lntersil's modern
120,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Mansfield, Massa·
chusetts includes the most automated and advanced manufac·
turing, test and calibration equipment available in the industry.
This capability, supported by a Quality Assurance Program with
full emphasiS on product quality assurance and reliability, pro·
vides an experienced and reliable source for data converter prod·
ucts to the screening and qualification requirements of Methods
5004,5005, and 5008 of MIL·STD·883B in compliance with MIL·M·
38510 (specified by Datel·lntersil as "Q.L:' devices).

The Quality Assurance operation at Datel·lntersil monitors all
areas of manufacturing and test, controls manufacturing and
scree:"ling standards, maintains lot traceability procedures, and
sets material standards to assure product quality. All purchased
and internally manufactured components are procured or manu·
factured to precise specification control drawings. All compo·
nents are 100% electrically tested and 100% visually inspected
either by the vendors or internally within Datel·lntersil's facilities.
Assembly and test processes and work stations are carefully
monitored by Quality Assurance using fully documented proce·
dures to guarantee high standards of workmanship and quality in
all of Datel·lntersil's products.
Datel·lntersil products with the suffix "Q.L." are fully screened in
accordance with Methods 5004 and 5008 of MIL·STD·883B as
amended by MIL·M·38510. The following list briefly summarizes
Datel·lntersil's hybrid military products .

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MODEL NO.

RESOLUTION

CONVERSION
TIME

ADC·HC12BMM
ADC·HC12BMM·QL
ADC·HS12BMM
ADC·HS12BMM·QL
ADC·HX12BMM

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

300 JLsec
300 JLsec

ADC·HX12BMM·QL
ADC·HZ12BMM
ADC·HZ12BMM·QL
ADC·87·10
ADC·87·10·QL

LINEARITY

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

9 JLsec
9 JLsec
20 JLsec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1/2
1/2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to

+
+
+
+
+

125
125
100
100
100

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
10 bits
10 bits

20 JLsec
8 JLsec
8 JLsec
6 JLsec
6 JLsec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1f2
1/2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to

+
+
+
+
+

100
100
100
125
125

ADC·87·12
ADC·87·12·QL
ADC·815MM
ADC·815MM·QL
ADC·816MM

12 bits
12 bits
8 bits
8 bits
10 bits

10 JLsec
10 JLsec

700 nsec
700 nsec
800 nsec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55to

+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125

ADC·81-6MM·QL
ADC·817MM
ADC·817MM·QL
ADC·825MM
ADC·825MM·QL

10 bits
12 bits
12 bits
8 bits
8 bits

800 nsec
2 JLsec
2 JLsec
1 JLsec
1 JLsec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to

+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125

10 bits
10 bits
12 bits
12 bits
8 bits

1.4 JLsec
1.4 JLsec

NEW

ADC·826MM
ADC·826MM·QL
ADC·827MM
ADC·827MM·QL
ADC·5101H

3 JLsec
3 JLsec
900 nsec

±
±
±
±
±

1fz
1f2
1f2
1fz
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to

+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

ADC·5101H·QL
ADC·5210H
ADC·5210H·QL
ADC·5211H
ADC·5211 H·QL

8 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

900 nsec
13 JLsec
13 JLsec
13 JLsec
13 ~sec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to

+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

ADC·5212H
. ADC·5212H·QL
ADC·5213H
ADC·5213H·QL
ADC·5214H

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

13 ~sec
13 JLsec
13 ~sec
13 JLsec
13 JLsec

±
±
±
±
±

1fz
1fz
1fz
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55to

+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+125

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

ADC·5214H·QL
ADC·5215H
ADC·5215H·QL
ADC·5216H
ADC·5216H·QL

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

13 JLsec
13 JLsec
13 JLsec
13 JLsec
13 JLsec

±
±
±
±
±

1fz
1fz
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to
-55 to

+125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

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COllllllercial and Industrial
Products
For less demanding commercial/industrial requirements,
Datel-Intersil offers a comprehensive selection of high
quality data acquisition products. Included are AID and
D/A Converters, Sample and Holds, Operational and Instrumentation Amplifiers and Data Acquisition Subsystems.
Advanced manufacturing techniques, measurement and
test equipment, combined with definitive quality assurancy procedures guarantee that all of Datel-Intersil's
products meet or exceed the most exacting standards of
workmanship. The following list briefly summarizes the
commercial and industrial products offered by DatelIntersil.

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MODEL NO.

RESOLUTION

CONVERSION
TIME'

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B bits
10 bits
12 bits
- B bits
B bits

6msec
24 msec
1.B msec
1.B msec

±
±
±
±
±

1/2
112
1f2
1f2
112

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

to
-25 to
-25 to
to
- 55 to

+ 70
+85

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+ 70
+ 125

ADC-ET10BC
ADC-ET10BM
ADC-ET12BC
ADC-ET12BR
ADC-ET12BM

10 bits
10 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

6msec
6 msec
24 msec
24 msec
24 msec

±
±
±
±
±

112
1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

to
-55 to
to
-25 to
-55 to

o
o

+ 70
+ 125
+ 70

ADC-HC12BMC
ADC-HC12BMR
ADC-HS12BMC
ADC-HS12BMR
ADC-HU3BMC

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
3 bits

300 I'sec
3OOl'sec
91'sec
91'sec
20 nsec

± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
0.1% of FSR

to
-25 to
to
-25 to
to

ADC-HU3BMR
ADC-HU3BMM
ADC-HX12BGC
ADC-HX12BMC
ADC·HX12BMR

3 bits
3 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

20 nsec
20 nsec
2Ol'sec
2Ol'sec
2Ol'sec

0.1% of FSR
0.1% of FSR
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB

-25 to
- 55 to
to
to
--25 to

+85
+ 125
+ 70
+ 70

ADC·HZ12BGC
ADC-HZ12BMC
ADC-HZ12BMR
ADC·MCBBC
ADC-MCBBM

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
B bits
B bits

Bl'sec
Bl'sec

+ 70
+ 70

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

ADC-84-10
ADC-84-12
ADC-B5C-10
ADC-85C-12
ADC·85-10

NEW

ADC·B5-12

ADC-EKBB
ADC-EK10B
ADC-EK12B
ADC-ETBBC
ADC-ETBBM

1.B msec

LINEARITY

o
o
o
o
o

+B5

+B5
+ 125
+ 70

+B5
+ 70

+B5
+ 70

+B5

81'sec
500 I'sec
5OOl'sec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

o to
o to
-25 to
o to

10 bits
12 bits
10 bits
12 bits
10 bits

61'sec
1Ol'sec
61'sec
1Ol'sec
61'sec

±
±
±
±
±

1f2
112
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

oto
o to
oto
o to

-25 to +B5

12 bits
B bits
B bits
10 bits
10 bits

1Ol'sec
700 nsec
700 nsec
800 nsec
BOO nsec

± 1f2
± 1f2
± 1f2
± 1f2
'±1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-25 to
to
-25 to
to
-25 to

+B5

ADC-B15MC
ADC-815MR
ADC-B16MC
ADC-B16MR
ADC-B17MC
ADC-B17MR
ADC-B25MC
ADC-B25MR
ADC-B26MC

12 bits
12 bits
B bits
B bits
10 bits

21'sec
21'sec
11'sec
11'sec
1.4l'sec

±'12 LSB

to
-25 to
to
-25 to
to

o
o
o

+ 70
+85
+ 70

±
±
±
±

1f2
1f2
1f2
1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

+B5

+ 70
-55 to + 125

o
o

+
+
+
+

70
70
70
70

+ 70

+B5
+ 70

+B5

+B5
+ 70

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DAC·HA10BM
DAC·HA 1OBM·QL
DACHA12BM
DAC·HA 12BM·QL
DAC·HA14BM

10 bits
10 bits
12 bits
12 bits
14 bits

1.3 ~sec
1.3 ~sec
5 ~sec

DACHA 14BM·QL
DAC·HF8BMM
DAC·HF8BMM·QL
DAC·HF10BMM
DAC·HF10BMM·QL

LINEARITY

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

7 ~sec

± 1f2
± 1f2
± 1f2
± 1f2
±1

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
-55to
- 55 to
- 55 to
-55to

+ 125
+125
+ 125
+ 125
+125

14 bits
8 bits
8 bits
10 bits
10 bits

7 ~sec
25 nsec
25 nsec
25 nsec
25 nsec

±1
± 1f2
± 1f2
± 1f2
± 1f2

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-55 to
- 55 to
-55to
-55to
-55to

+ 125
+ 125
+125
+125
+125

DAC·HF12BMM
DAC·HF12BMM·QL
DAC·HK12BMM
DAC·HK12BMM·QL
DAC·HP16BMM

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
16 bits

50 nsec
50 nsec
3 ~sec
3 ~sec
15 ~sec

± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
±2 LSB

-

~55to

+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+ 125
+125

DAC·HP16BMM·QL
DAC·HZ12BMM
DAC·HZ12BMM·QL
DAC·87·CBI·1
DAC·87·CBI+QL

16 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

15 ~sec
3 ~sec
3 ~sec
300 nsec
300 nsec

±2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB

-55to
-55to
-55 to
- 55 to
-55to

+125
+125
+ 125
+ 125
+125

12 bits
12 bits

3 ~sec
3 ~sec

± 1f2 LSB
± 1f2 LSB

-55to +125
- 55 to + 125

5~sec

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55
55
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NEW
NEW
NEW

DAC·87·CBI·V
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SAMPLE·HOLD AMPLIFIERS

MODEL NO.
SHM·6MM
SHM·6MM·QL
SHM·HUMM
SHM·HUMM·QL

ACQUISITION
TIME

ACCURACY
0.01%
0.01%
0.1%
0.1%

1 ~sec
1 ~sec
25 nsec
25 nsec .

HOLD MODE
DROOP
10~V/~sec
10~V/~sec

50~V/~sec
50~V/~sec

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)
-

55 to
55 to
55 to
55 to

+
+
+
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1,25
125
125
125

OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

MODEL NO.

INPUT
OFFSET VOLTAGE

GAIN
BANDWIDTH

OUTPUT

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

AM·500MM
AM·500MM·QL

3mV
3mV

130 MHz
130 MHz

± 10V @ 50 mA
±10V @ 50mA

- 55 to + 125
- 55 to + 125

DIGITALLY PROGRAMMABLE INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIERS

NEW
NEW

MODEL NO.

GAIN RANGE

SETTLING TIME

AM·542MM
AM·542MM·QL

1 to 1024
1 to 1024

150 ~sec
150 ~sec

OUTPUT
± 10.5V @ 5 mA
± 10.5V @ 5 mA

DATA ACQUISITION SUBSYSTEMS

MODEL NO.
HDAS·8MM
HDAS·8MM·QL
HDAS·16MM
HDAS·16MM·QL

RESOLUTION
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

INPUT CHANNELS
8 Differential

8 Differential
16 Single·Ended
16 Single·Ended

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)
- 55 to + 125
- 55 to + 125

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THROUGHPUT
RATE
50 kHz
50 kHz
50 kHz
50 kHz

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)
-55
-55
- 55
- 55

to
to
to
to

+
+
+
+

125
125
125
125

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MODEL NO.

RESOLUTION

CONVERSION
TIME

NEW
NEW

ADC-826MR
ADC·827MC
ADC·827MR
A DC·830C
ADC·833R

10 bits
12 bits
12 bits
8 bits
6 bits

1.4l'sec
31'sec
31'sec
100 I'sec
66 nsec

NEW
NEW
NEW

A DC·856C
ADC·856M
ADC·5101
ADC·5101E
ADC·5210

10 bits
10 bits
8 bits
8 bits
12 bits

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

ADC·5210E
ADC·5211
ADC·5211E
ADC·5212
ADC-5212E

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

LINEARITY

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-25 to
to
-25 to
to
-25 to

o
o

+85
+ 70
+85
+ 70
+85

11'sec/LSB
11'sec/LSB
900 nsec
900 nsec
131'sec

±'12 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± V2 LSB

to
-55 to
to
-25 to
to

o
o
o

+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+85
+ 70

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

131'sec
131'sec
131'sec
131'sec
131'sec

± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 L5B
± 112 LSB

-25 to
to
-25 to
to
-25 to

+85
+ 70
+85
+ 70
+85

ADC·5213
ADC·5213E
ADC·5214
ADC·5214E
ADC·5215

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits .
12 bits

131'sec
131'sec
131'sec
131'sec
131'sec

±
±
±
±

o
o
o

+ 70
+85
+ 70
+85
+ 70

ADC·5215E
ADC·5216
ADC·5216E

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

131'sec
131'sec
131'sec

± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB

± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112
±'12

± V2 LSB
112
112
112
112

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

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OUTPUT SETTLING
TIME

MODEL NO.

RESOLUTION

DAC·HA10BC
DAC·HA10BR
DAC·HA12BC
DAC·HA12BR
DAC·HA14BC

10 bits
10 bits
12 bits
12 bits
14 bits

1.3l'sec
1.3l'sec
51'sec
51'sec
71'sec

±
±
±
±
±

DAC·HA14BR
DAC·HF8BMC
DAC·HF8BMR
DAC-HF10BMC
DAC·HF10BMR

14 bits
8 bits
8 bits
10 bits
10 bits

71'sec
25 nsec
25 nsec
25 nsec
25 nsec

± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112

DAC·HF12BMC
DAC·HF12BMR
DAC·HK12BGC
DAC-HK12BMC
DAC·HK12BMR

12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

50 nsec
·50 nsec
31'sec
31'sec
31'sec

± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112

DAC·HP16BGC
DAC·HP16BMC
DAC·HP16BMR
DAC·HZ12BGC
DAC·HZ12BMC

16 bits
16 bits
16 bits
12 bits
12 bits

151'sec
151'sec
151'sec
31'sec
31'sec

DAC·HZ12BMR
DAC·IC8BC
DAC·IC8BM
DAC·IC10BC
DAC·IC10B

12 bits
8 bits
8 bits
10 bits
10 bits

DAC·IC10BM
DAC·UP8BC
DAC·UP8BM
DAC·UP10BC
DAC·08BC

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

NEW

LINEARITY

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)
to
-25 to
to
-25 to
to

o
o
o

+ 70
+85
+ 70
+85
+ 70

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

-25to
to
-25 to
to
-25 to

+85
+ 70
+85
+ 70
+85

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

to
-25 to
to
to
-25 to

o
o
o

+ 70
+85
+ 70
+ 70
+85

± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB

oto
oto
-25 to
o to
oto

+ 70
+70
+85
+ 70
+ 70

31'sec
300 nsec
300 nsec
250 nsec
250 nsec

± 1f2 LSB .
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
±1 LSB
± 112 LSB

-25 to
to
-55 to
to
to

+85
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 70

10 bits
8 bits
8 bits
10 bits
8 bits

250 nsec
21'sec
21'sec
51'sec
21'sec

± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB
± 112 LSB

-55 to
to
-55 to
to
to

+
+
+
+
+

DAC·08BM
DAC·85C·CBI·1
DAC·85C·CBI·V
DAC·85·CBI·1
DAC·85·CBI·V

8 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

21'sec
300 nsec
31'sec
300 nsec
31'sec

± 112 LSB
± V~ LSB
± 112 LSB"
± V2 LSB
± 112 LSB

-55 to
to
to
-25 to
-25 to

+ 125
+ 70
+ 70
+85
+85

DAC·562C
DAC·562M
DAC·608
DAC·610
DAC-612

12 bits
12 bits
8 bits
10 bits
12 bits

·400 nsec
400 nsec
11'sec
500 nsec
11'sec

± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112
± 112

to
-55 to
to
to
-25 to

o
o
o

+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 70
+85

112 LSB
112 LSB
112 LSB
V2 LSB
112 LSB

± 112 LSB

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

o
o

o
o
o
o
o
o

o
o

125
70
125
70
70

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SAMPLE-HOLD AMPLIFIERS

MODEL NO.

NEW
NEW

-ACCURACY

ACQUISITION
TIME

HOLD·MODE
DROOP

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

o
o
o

SHM·IC·1 _
SHM·IC·1M
SHM·LM·2
SHM·LM·2M
SHM·HUMC

0.01%
0.01%
0.01%
0.01%
0.1%

5j.1sec
5 j.lsec
6j.1sec
6j.1sec
25 nsec

50j.lV/msec
50j.lV/msec
200j.lV/msec
100j.lV/msec
50j.lV/j.lsec

to
- 55 to
to
-55 to
to

+
+
+
+
+

SHM·HUMR
SHM·6MC
SHM·6MR
SHM·7MC
SHM·7MR

0.1%
0.01%
0.01%
0.1%
0.1%

25 nsec
1 j.lsec
1 j.lsec
40 nsec
40 nsec

50j.lV/j.lsec
10j.lV/j.lsec
10j.lV/j.lsec
100mV/msec
100mV/msec

-25 to
to
-25 to
to
-25 to

+B5

o
o

70
125
70
125
70

+ 70

+B5
+ 70
+85

-iii
"-

ANALOG MULTIPLEXERS

.....c:
Q)

...!..

MODEL NO.

.....
Q)

as

Cl

INPUT
CHANNELS

ACCESS
TIME

CHANNEL
ON RESISTANCE

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

nsec
nsec
nsec
nsec
nsec

250G
250G
270G
270G
250G

to
- 55 to
to
- 55 to
to

o
o
o

+
+
+
+
+

70
125
70
125
70

4 Differential
8 Differential
8 Differential
8 Single·Ended8 Single·Ended

350 nsec
300 nsec
300 nsec
500 nsec
500 nsec

250G
270G
270G
1.5 kG
1.5 kG

- 55 to
to
:.... 55 to
to
-55 to

+
+
+
+
+

125
70
125
70
125

MX·818C

8 Single Ended or
4 Differential

125 nsec

750G

MX·818M

8 Single·Ended or
4 Differential

125 nsec

750G

- 55 to + 125

to + 70
- 55 to + 125

MV·BOB
MV·BOBM
MV·1606
MV·1606M
MVD·409

B Single·Ended
8 Single·Ended
16 Single·Ended
16 Single·Ended
4 Differential

MVD·409M
MVD·807
MVD·807M
MX·80B
MX·808M

350
350
300
300
350

MX·1606
MX·1606M

16 Single·Ended
16 Single·Ended

500 nsec
500 nsec

1.5 kG
1.5 kG

MX·1616C

16 Single·Ended or
B Differential

150nsec

750G

MX·1616M

16 Single·Ended or
8 Differential

150 nsec

750G

MXD·409

4 Di= rrential

500 nsec

1.5 kG

MXD·409M
MXD·B07
MXD·B07M

4 Differential
8 Differential
8 Differential

500 nsec
500 nsec
500 nsec

1.5 kG
1.5 kG
1.5 kG

o
o

oto- + 70

o

oto

+ 70

-55 to + 125

o to

+ 70

- 55 to + 125
to + 70
-55 to + 125

o

OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

MODEL NO.

NEW
NEW
NEW

AM·410·2C
AM·410·2M
AM·411·2C
AM·411·2M
AM·427·A
AM·427·B
AM·427·M
AM·430A
AM·430B
AM·430M
AM·450·2
AM·450·2M
AM·452·2
AM·452·2M
AM·453·2
AM·453·2M
AM·460·2
AM·460·2M
AM·462·2
AM·462·2M
AM·464·2

INPUT OFFSET
VOLTAGE
1.5 mV
1 mV
1.5 mV
1 mV
100 j.lV
25 j.lV
_100 j.lV
75j.1V
25j.1V
75j.1V
BmV
8mV
5mV
5mV
4mV
4mV
5mV
5mV
3mV
3mV
6mV

GAIN BANDWIDTH
1B MHz
18 MHz
50 MHz
60 MHz
5 MHz
5MHz
5MHz
2.5 MHz
2.5 MHz
2.5 MHz
12 MHz
12 MHz
20 MHz
20 MHz
10 MHz
10 MHz
12 MHz
12 MHz
100 MHz
100 MHz
4MHz

OUTPUT
±11V @ BmA
± 12V @ 10 rnA
±11V @ BmA
± 12V @ 10 rnA
± 11.5V @ 5.75 mA
±12V @ 6mA
± 11.5V @ 5.75 mA
±10V @ 25mA
± 10V @ 25 rnA
± 10V @ 25 rnA
± 10V @ 10 rnA
± 10V @ 10 rnA
± 10V @ 10 mA
± 10V @ 10 rnA
±12V @ 20mA
± 12V @ 20 rnA
± 10V @ 10 rnA
± 10V @ 10 rnA
± 10V @ 10 mA
± 10V @ 10 rnA
±35V@ 10mA

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

o
o

to
-55-to
to
-55 to
- 25 to
- 25 to
-55 to
to
to
- 55 to
to
- 55 to
to
- 55 to
to
- 55 to
to
- 55 to
to
-55 to
to

o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 125
+ B5
+85
+ 125
+ 70
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 125
.+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70

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2622

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OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

MODEL NO.
AM·464·2M
AM·470·2C
AM·470·2M
AM·490·2A
AM·490·2B
AM·490·2C
AM·490·2M
AM·500GC
AM·500MC
AM·500MR

INPUT OFFSET
VOLTAGE

GAIN BANDWIDTH

4mV
5mV
3mV
20p.V
20p.V
20p.V
20p.V
3mV
3mV
3mV

4 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
130 MHz
130 MHz
130 MHz

OUTPUT
±35V
± 12V
± 12V
± 12V
± 12V
± 12V
± 12V
± 10V
±10V
± 10V

12 rnA
10 rnA
10 rnA
10 rnA
10 rnA
10 rnA
@ 10 rnA
@ 50 rnA
@ 50 rnA
@ 50 rnA
@
@
@
@
@
@

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)
-55 to
to
-55 to
to
to
to
- 55 to
to
to
-25 to

o
o
o
o
o
o

+ 125
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 70
+ 70
+ 125
+ 70
+ 70
+85

UJ

"-

DIGITALLY PROGRAMMABLE INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIERS

MODEL NO.
AM·542MC
AM·542MR
AM·543MC
AM·543MR

SETTLING
TIME

GAIN RANGE
1 to
1 to
1 to
1 to

1024
1024
128
128

150 p'sec
150 p'sec
6 p'sec
6p.sec

OUTPUT
±
±
±
±

10.5V @ 5 rnA
10.5V @ 5 rnA
11V @1 rnA
11V @1mA

Q)

......
OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

oto
-25 to
o to

RESOLUTION

DAS·952R
HDAS·8MC
HDAS·8MR
HDAS·16MC
HDAS·16MR

8 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits
12 bits

INPUT CHANNELS
16 Single·Ended
8 Differential
8 Differential
16 Differential
16 Differential

THROUGHPUT
RATE
17 kHz
50 kHz
50 kHz
50 kHz
50 kHz

0

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)
-25 to
to
-25 to
to
-25 to

o
o

+85
+ 70
+85
+ 70
+85

VOLTAGE TO FREQUENCY CONVERTERS

MODEL NO.
VFQ·1C
VFQ·1R
VFQ·2C
VFQ·3C

LINEARITY
0.05%
0.05%
0.01%
0.25%

OUTPUT
RANGE
10 kHz
10 kHz
10 kHz
10 kHz

to
to
to
to

100 kHz
100 kHz
100 kHz
100 kHz

GAIN
TEMPCO
40
40
40
40

ppm/DC
ppm/DC
ppm/DC
ppm/DC

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

o to + 70
-25 to +85
o to + 70
o to + 70

ACTIVE FILTERS

MODEL NO.
NEW

FLT·U2
FLT·U2·M

Fo

FREQUENCY
RANGE

ACCURACY

RANGE

0.001 Hz to 200 kHz
0.001 Hz to 200 kHz

±5%
±5%

0.1 to 1000
0.1 to 1000

Q

OPERATING
TEMP. RANGE (OC)

o to + 70
-55to +125

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Q)
......

CU

+ 70
+85
+ 70
-25 to +85

DATA ACQUISITION SUBSYSTEMS

MODEL NO.

c:

..!.

2623

mHARRIS

HI-200
Dual SPST CMOS Analog Switch

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

to-

o
......
o

::J
"0

s::::

o
o

E
Q)

(J)
U)

"i::
to-

•

ANALOG VOLTAGE RANGE

±15V

•

ANALOG CURRENT RANGE

80mA

•

TURN-ON TIME

240ns

•

LOW RON

55S1

•

LOW POWER DISSIPATION

•

TTL/CMOS COMPATIBLE

15mW

ttS

:c
APPllCA TIONS

•

HIGH FREQUENCY ANALOG SWITCHING

•

SAMPLE AND HOLD CIRCUITS

•

DIGITAL FILTERS

•

OP AMP GAIN SWITCHING NETWORKS

H1-200 is a monolithic device comprising two independently
selectable SPST switches which feature fast switching speeds
(290ns) combined with low power dissipation (15mW at 25 0 C).
Each switch provides low "0 N" resistance operation for input
signal voltages up to the supply rails and for signal currents
up to 80mA. Employing Dielectric Isolation and CMOS processing, H1-200 operates without any applications problems induced by latch-up or SC R mode phenomena.
All devices provide break-before-make switching and are TTL
and CMOS compatible for maximum application versatility.
HI-200 is an ideal component for use in high frequency analog
switching. Typical applications include signal path switching,
sample and hold circuit, digital filters/and op amp gain switching
networks.
H1-200 is available in DIP and metal (T0-l00) cans. H1-200-2
is specified from -55 0 C to +125 0 C while HI-200-5 operates
from OOC to +75 0 C. H1-200 is functionally and pin compatible
with other available "200 series" switches.

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

IN 1

Top View
V+

NC

2

13

NC

GND

'~f14

Al

,3

12

V+

NC

4

11

NC

A2

IN 2
OUT 2
V-

I

OUT 1
SWITCH OPEN
FOR LOGIC HIGH

I

:~Vl:

Al

IN 1
OUT 1

IN 2

VREF
OUT 2

A2

OUT 2

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Supply Voltage
VREF to Ground
Digital Input Voltage:
Analog Input Voltage (One Switch)

44V (±22)
+20V, -5V
+VSuppl y +4V
-VSupply -4V
+VSuppl y +2.0V
-VSupply -2.0V

Total Power Dissipation*
Operating Temperature
HI-200-2
HI-200-4
HI-200-5
, Storage Temperature
*Derate 6mW/oC Above T A

450mW
-55 0C to +125 0C
-200C to +85 0C
OOC to +75 0C
-65 0C to +150 0C

= 75 0C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

J0-

e

Unless Otherwise Specified
Supplies = +15V, -15V; VREF = Open; VAH(Logic Level High) =2.4V VAL(Logic Level Low) = +O.8V
For Test Conditions, consult Performance Characteristics
HI-200-2

PARAMETER
ANALOG SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS
VS, Analog Signal Range

TEMP.

RON, On Resistance (Note 1)

+25 0 C

Full

HI-200-5

-55°C to +125 0 C
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
-15

+15

+-'

(,)

:::s
c

"C

-15

+15

V

80
100

n

n

Full
IS(OFF), Off Input Leakage Current
(Note 6)

+25 0 C
Full

1
100

500

1
10

10 (0 FF), Off Output Leakage Current
(Note 6)

+25 0 C
Full

1
100

500

1
10

500

nA
nA

ID(ON), On Leakage CUrrent (Note 6)

+25 0 C
Full

.02
6

500

.02
6

500

nA
nA

Full
Full

lA, Input Leakage Current (High or Low) (Note 2)

Full

70
100

72

500

nA
nA

0.8
2.4

0.8

V
V

1.0

f.1A

2.4
1.0

E
(])

UNITS

55
80

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL, Input Low Threshold
VAH, Input High Threshold

55

e(,)

**

oOC to +75 0 C
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.

en
(J)

0;::
Jo-

CU

:c

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tOPEN, Break - Before Make Delay (Note 3)

+25 0 C

60

ton' Switch on Time

+25 0 C

240

toff, Switch off Time

+25 0 C

330

"Off Isolation" (Note 4)

+25 0 C

Cs (OFF), Input Switch Capacitance

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

CD(ON),

60

ns

500

240

ns

500

500

ns

70

70

dB

5.5

5.5

pF

5.5

5.5

pF

+25 0 C

11

11

pF

CA, Digital I nput Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

CDS (OFF), Drain-To-Source Capacitance

+25 0 C

0.5

0.5

pF

POWER REQUIREMENTS (Note 5)
PD, Power Dissipation

+25 0 C

15

CD IDFF)'I

1+, Current
1-, Current

NOTES:

Output Switch Capacitance

Full
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full

1. V OUT = ::t10V lOUT = 1mA
2. Digital Inputs Are MaS Gates - Typical Leakage is
Less Than 1 nA
3. V AH = 4.0V

15

0.5

2.0

mW
60

60
0.5

2.0
0.5

0.5
2.0

2.0

inw
mA
mA
rnA
rnA

4. VA = +5V, RL -1Kn, C L = 10pF, Vs - 3VRMS,

=

f
100kHz
5. V A = +3 V or V A = OV For Both Switches
6. Refer to leakage current measurement diagram
on page (3-8)

••

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Note:

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HI-200-4 has same specifications as HI-200-5 over the temperature range -200C to +850C.

2625

mI HARRIS

HI-201
Quad SPST CMOS
Analog Switch

~

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

o

01-'

(,)

:J

"0

•

ANALOG VOLTAGE RANGE

±15V

o

•

ANALOG CURRENT RANGE

80mA

•

TURN-ON TIME

185ns

•

LOW RON

55n

C

.2

E
Q)

en
UJ
.L:
....ca
:r:

•

LOW POWER DISSIPATION

•

TTL/CMOS COMPATIBLE

15mW

APPLICATIONS

• HIGH FREQUENCY ANALOG SWITCHING
• SAMPLE AND HOLD CIRCUITS
•

DIGITAL FILTERS

•

OP AMP GAIN SWITCHING NETWORKS

HI-201 is a monolithic device comprising four independently
selectable SPST switches which feature fast switching speeds
(185ns) combined with low power dissipation (15mW at 25 0 C).
Each switch provides low "ON" resistance operation for input
signal voltages up to the supply rails and for signal currents up
to 80mA. Employing Dielectric Isolation and CMOS processing,
H1-201 operates without any applications problems induced
by latch-up or SCR-mode phenomena.
All devices provide break-before-make switching and are TTL
and CMOS compatible for maximum application versatility.
HI-201 is an ideal component for use in high frequency analog
switching. Typical applications include signal path switching,
sample and hold circuit, digital filters/and op amp gain switching
networks.
HI-201 is available in a 16 lead dual-in-line package. HI-201-2
is specified from -55 0 C to +125 0 C while HI-201-5 operates
from OOC to +75 0 C. H1-201 is functionally and pin compatible
with other available "200 series" switches.

PIN OUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

Top View
A1

1-

OUT 1 2-

~

;()- ~16

~~ (~

IN 1 3

14 IN 2

4-

-13

GND

5-

-12 VREF

6

OUT 4 7A4

--J

8- -<{>--!

~~

TYPICAL SWITCH
IN

OUT 2

v-

IN 4

2626

~15

A2

v+

11 IN 3

A

0-0

~

V

.I.

-

I
I

P

N

OUT

T
SWITCH OPEN
FOR LOGIC HIGH

,..
~

-10 OUT 3

~ -9

A3

© Ie MASTER 1983

SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Supply Voltage Between Pins 4 and 13
VREF to Ground
Digital Input Voltage:
Analog Input Voltage (One Switch)

44V (±22)
+20V, -5V
VSuppl y (+) +4V
VSupplyH -4V
+VSuppl y +2.0V
-VSuppl y -2.0V

Total Power Dissipation*
Operating Temperature
HI-201-2
HI-201-4
HI-201-5
Storage Temperature
*Derate 8mW/oC Above T A

750mW
-55 0C to +125 0C
-200C to +85 0C
OOC to +75 0C
-65 0C to + 150 0C

=+75 0C
~

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Unless Otherwise Specified
Supplies = +15V, -15V; VREF = Open; V AH (Logic Level Highl = 2.4V VAL (Logic Level Lowl
For Test Conditions, consult Performance Characteristics

.....oo

:J
"C

=+0.8V

c:

o

-55°C to + 125°C
·MIN.
TYP.
MAX.

DoC to +75 0 C
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.

-15

..,15

PARAMETER
ANALOG SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS
VS. Analog Signal Range

TEMP.

RON. On Resistance (Note 1)

+25 0 C
FuJI

55
80

IS(OFF). Off Input Leakage Current
(Note 6)

+25 0 C
FuJI

2

10(OFF). Off Output Leakage Current
(Note 6)

+25 0 C
FuJI

2

10(ON). On Leakage Current (Note 6)

+25 0 C
FuJI

2

o
E
Q)

HI-201-5 **

HI-201-2

en

UNITS

en

.~

Full

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL. I nput Low Threshold
VAH, Input High Threshold

Full
FuJI

IA. Input Leakage Current (High or Low) (Note 2)

Full

+15

55
75

70
100

2
500

I

+15

V

80
100

n
n

250

nA
nA

250

nA
nA

250

nA
nA

2
500
2
500
0.8

0.8

V
V

1.0

I1A

2.4

2.4
1.0

~

ctS

J:

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tOPEN. Break - Before Make Delay (Note 3)

+25 0 C

30

ton. Switch ON Time

+25 0 C

185

toff • Switch 0 FF Time

+25 0 C

220

"Off Isolation" (Note 4)

+25 0 C

30

ns

500

185

ns

500

220

ns

80

80

dB

+25 0 C

5.5

5.5

pF

+25 0 C

5.5

5.5

pF

Co (ON)

+25 0 C

11

11

pF

CA, Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

COS (0 FF), Orain-To-Source Capacitance

+25 0 C

0.5

0.5

pF

POWER REQUIREMENTS (Note 5)
PO, Power Dissipation

+25 0 C

15

I

Cs (OFF). Input Switch Capacitance

Co (OFF).

Output Switch Capacitance

1+, Current (Pin 13,)

1- Current (Pin 4)
NOTES:

FuJI
+25 0 C
FuJI
+25 0 C
Full

1. V OUT = :t10V lOUT = 1m~
2. Digital Inputs Are MOS Gates - Typical Leakage is
Less Than 1nA
3. V AH = 4.0V

Note:

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15
60

60
0.5

0.5
2.0

2.0
0.5

0.5

2.0

2.0

rnW
mW
rnA
rnA
rnA
rnA

Kn.

4. VA = 5V. RL = 1
C L = 10pF. Vs = 3VRMS.f
5. V A = +3V or V A = OV For all Switches

= 100KHz

6. Refer to leakage current measurement diagram
on page (3-14)

H 1-201-4 has same specifications as H 1-201-5 over the temperature range -200C to +850 C.

2627

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H1-201HS

HARRIS

High Speed Quad SPST
CMOS Analog Switch,

Preliminary
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FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

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ANALOG VOLTAGE RANGE

±15V

•

ANALOG CURRENT RANGE

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• TURN-ON TIME

30ns

•

LOW RON

30n

en

•

LOW POWER DISSIPATION

"-

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TTL COMPATIBLE

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LOW CHARGE INJECTION

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The Harris HI-201HS is a monolithic CMOS analog switch
featuring very fast switching speeds and low ON resistance.
The device consists of four independently selectable SPST
switches and is identical in pin.out to the H1-201 quad switch.

10pC
Fabricated using the Harris dielectric isolation technology, this
TTL compatible device offers improved performance over
previously available CMOS analog switches. Featuring switching
speeds of 50ns max., low ON resistance of 50n max., and wide
an210g signal range of ±15V, the HI-201HS is designed for any
application where improved switching performance, particularly
switching speed, is required.

APPLICATIONS

• HIGH FREQUENCY ANALOG SWITCHING
The HI-201HS is available in a 16 lead dual-in-line package.
The H1-201 HS-2 is specified for the temperature range of
-55 0C to +125 0C and the HI-201HS-5 operates from OOC to
+75 0 C.

• SAMPLE AND HOLD CIRCUITS
•

DIGITALFILTERS

•

OP AMP GAIN SWITCHING NETWORKS

PIN OUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Top View
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OUT 1 2-

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4-

1-13

GND

5-

1-12 NC

IN 4

6

7-

A4

8-

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IN

1-15 OUT 2

v-

OUT 4

TYPICAL SWITCH

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A

0--0

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SWITCH OPEN
FOR LOGIC HIGH

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OUT

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1-10 OUT 3
1-9

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Note 1)
Supply Voltage Between Pins 4 and 13

+36V

Digital Input Voltage:

VSuppl y(+) +4 V
VSupplyH -4V
+VSuppl y +2.0V
-VSupply -2.0V

Analog Input Voltage (One Switch)

Total Power Dissipation*
Operating Temperature
HI-201HS-2
HI-201HS-4
HI-201HS-5
Storage Temperature

750mW
-55 0 e to +125 0 e
-20 0 e to +85 0 C
ooe to +75 0 e
-65 0 e to +150 0 e

*Derate 8mW/oe Above TA =+75 0 C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Unless Otherwise Specified, Supplies = +15V, -15V; VAH (Logic Level High)
VA L (Logic Level Low)

=

J...

5.0V;

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=+O.8V

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HI-201HS-5
PARAMETER

TEMP.

MIN.

Full

-15

TYP.

-0
C

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MAX.

UNITS

+15

V

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ANALOG SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS

Q)

VS. Analog Signal Range
RON. On Resistance (Note 2)

+25 0C
Full

30

50
75

51

IS(OFF). Off Input Leakage Current

+25 0C
Full

.3

10

100

nA
nA

ID(OFF). Off Output Leakage Current

+25 0C
Full

.3

10
100

nA
nA

ID(ON). On Leakage Current

+25 0C
Full

.1

10
100

nA
nA

0.8

V

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DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL Input Low Threshold

Full

VAH.lnput High Threshold

+25 0 C
Full

2.0
2.4

V
V

IAL Input Leakage Current (Low)

Full

500

J.1A

IAH. Input Leakage Current (High)

Full.

40

JJA
ns

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tON. Switch ON Time (Note 3)

+250C

30

50

tOFF. Switch OFF Time (Note 3)

+25 0C

40

50

"Off Isolation" (Note 4)

+250C

72

Crosstalk (Note 5)

86

dB

Charge Injection (Note 6)

+25 0C
+25 0C

10

pC

CS(OFF). Input Switch Capacitance

+25 0C

10

pF

CO(OFF).

+25 0C

10

pF

COlON).

+25 0C

30

pF

CA. Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0C

18

pF

CDS(O FF), Drain-to-Source Capacitance

+250C

.5

pF

+25 0C
Full

120

+25 0C
Full

4.5

+25 0C
Full

3.5

Output Switch Capacitance

ns
dB

POWER REQUIREMENTS (Note 7)
PD. Power Dissipation
I+, Current (Pin 13)
1-, Current (Pin 4)

240

mW
mW

10.0

mA
mA

6

mA
mA

NOTES:
1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values.
applied individually. beyond which the serviceability of the circuit may be impaired. Functional
operability under any of these conditions is not
necessarily implied.

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4. VA=5V.RL=lKS2.CL=10pF.VS=3VRMS.
f = 100kHz
5. VA=5V,RL=lk~l.f=100kHz,VIN=2Vp-p

on

2. VOUT = ±lOV, lOUT = 1mA

6. CL = 1000pF, VIN.= OV, RIN =
t.Q=CLx t.VO

3. RL=lk~l,CL=35pF,VIN=+10V.VA=·+5V

7. VA = 5V or VA = 0 for all switches.

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HI-300 thru HI-307
CMOS Analog Switches

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ANALOG SIGNAL RANGE (± 15V SUPPLIES)
LOW LEAKAGE (TYP. @ 25 0 C)
LOW LEAKAGE (TYP. @ 125 0 C)
LOW ON RESISTANCE (TYP. @ 25 0 C)
BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE DELAY (TYP')
CHARGE INJECTION
TTL, CMOS COMPATIBLE
SYMETRICAL SWITCH ELEMENTS
LOW OPERATING POWER
(TYP. FOR HI-300 -303)

± 15V

•
•
•
•
•

40pA
lnA
35n
60ns
30pC

SAMPLE AND HOLD i.e. LOW LEAKAGE SWITCHING
OP AMP GAIN SWITCHING i.e. LOW ON RESISTANCE
PORTABLE, BATTERY OPERATED CIRCUITS
LOW LEVEL SWITCHING CIRCUITS
DUAL OR SINGLE SUPPLY SYSTEMS

1.0mW

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DESCRIPTION

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TYPICAL SWITCH 300 SERIES

PINOUTS

The H1-300 through H1-307 series of switches are monolithic devices fabricated using CMOS technology and the Harris dielectric isolation orocess.
These switches feature break-before-make switching, (HI-301, 303,305
& 307 only) , low and nearly constant 0 N resistance over the full analog
signal range, and low power dissipation, (a few milliwatts for the H1-300303, a few hundred microwatts for the H1-304-307).
The H1-300-303 are TTL compatible and have a logic "0" condition with
an input less than 0.8V and a logic "1" condition with an input greater
than 4.0V. The HI-304-307 switches are CMOS compatible and have a
low state with an input less than 3.5V and a high state with an input
greater than 11 V. (See pinouts for switch conditions with a logic "1" input.)
All the devices are available in a 14 pin epoxy or ceramic DIP. The HI-300,
301,.304 and 305 are also available in a 10 pin metal can. Each of the
switch types are available in either the -55 0 C to +125 0 C or OOC to +75 0 C
operating ranges.

(SWITCH STATES ARE FOR A LOGIC "1" INPUT)

Section 11 for Packaging

DUAL SPST HI-300 & HI-304
(TOP VIEWS)
14

SPDT HI-301 & HI-305
(TOP VIEWS)

v+

14

GND 7

GND

GND

*The substrate and case are
internally tied to V-.
(The
case should not be used as
the V- connection, however.)

*The substrate and case are
internally tied to V-.
(The
case should not be used as
the V- connection, however.)

DUAL DPST HI-302 & HI-306
(TOP VIEW)
NC 1

2630

DUAL SPDT HI-303 & HI-307
(TOP VIEW)
DIP

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DIP

v+

V~

14 V+

NC 1

14 V+
lOGIC

SW1
SW2

SW3
SW4

0
1

OFF
ON

ON
OFF

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SPECIFICATIONS HI-300· - HI-30l
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Note
Voltage Between Supplies

1)

44V (t22V)

Digital Input Voltage

v+ +4.0V

v- -4.ov
Analog Input Voltage

V+ 1.5V
V-1.5V

ELECTRICAL CHARACTE R ISTICS

Total Power Dissipation
14 Pin Epoxy DIP
14 Pin Ceramic DIP
10 Pin Metal Can*
*Derate 6.9mW/OoC Above TA = 70 0 C
Operating Temperature HI-3XX-2
HI-3XX-5

- 55 0 C to +125 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C

Storage Temperature

- 65 0 C to +150 oC
'-

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o

Unless otherwise specified; Supplies =+15V, -15V; VIN = Logic Input.
H1-300-303: VI N - for Logic "1" =4V, for Logic "0" = 0.8V
H1-304-307: VI N - for Logic "1" =llV, for Logic "0" = 3.5V

TEMP

MIN

TYP

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DoC to +75 0 C

-55 0 C to +125 0 C
PARAMETER

526mW
588mW
435mW

MAX

MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

(f)

ANALOG SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS
Analog Signal Range
RON ON Resistance (Note 2)

Full

-15

+25 0 C
Full

35
40

+15
50
75

ISOFF OFF Input Leakage Current (Note 3)

+25 0 C
Full

IDOFF OFF Output Leakage Current (Note 3)

+25 0 C
Full

lOON ON Leakage Current (Note 4)

+25 0 C
Full

0.04
1
0.04
1
0.03
0.5

1
100
1
100
1
100

-15
35
40
0.04
0.2
0.04
0.2
0.03
0.2

+15
50
75
5
100
5
100
5
100

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V

n
n

'-

CCS

:r:

nA
nA
nA
nA
nA
nA

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VIN L Input Low Level *
VINH Input High Level *

Full
Full

4

VIN L Input Low Level **
VINH Input High Level **
IINL Input Leakage Current (Low) (Note 5)

Full
Full

11

IINH Input Leakage Current (High) (Note 5)

1
1

V
V
V
V
pA
pA

300

ns
ns

160

250

ns

160

250

ns

100

150

0.8

0.8
'4
3.5

3.5

11

Full
Full

1
1

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tOPEN Break-Before-Make Delay ***
tON Switch On Time *

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

to FF Switch Off Time *
tON Switch On Time **
to FF Switch Off Time **
Off Isolation (Note ~)
Charge Injection (Note 7)
CSOFF Input Switch Capacitance
CDOFF Output Switch Capacitance
COON Output Switch Capacitance
CIN (High) Digital Input Capacitance
CIN (Low) Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

60
210
160

300
250

60
210

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

160
100

250
150

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

60
3
16
14

dB
mV
pF

+25 0 C

60
3
16
14

+25 0 C

35

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

5

35
5

pF
pF

5

5

pF

ns

pF

POWER REQUIREMENTS
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full

0.09

1+ Current * (Note 9)

+25 0 C
Full

0.01

1- Current * (Note 9)

+25 0 C
Full

0.01

1+ Current ** (Note 10)

+25 0 C
Full

0.01

1- Current ** (Note 10)

+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full

0.01

+25 0 C
Full

0.01

1+ Current * (Note 8)
1- Current * (Note 8)

1+ Current ** (Note 11)
1- Current ** (Note 11)

* HI-300 thru HI-303 Only; ** HI-304 thru HI-307 Only;

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0.01

0.01

0.01

0.5
1
100

0.01

100

0.01

100

0.01

100

om

100

0.01

100

0.01

100

n.5
1
10
100
10
100
10
100
10
100

0.09

10
100
10
100
10
100

mA
mA
pA
pA
pA
pA
I1A
pA
pA
I1A
pA
pA
pA
I1A
I1A
pA

*** HI-301, HI-303, HI-305, HI-307 Only

2631

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS NOTES:
1. As with all semiconductors, stresses listed under "Absolute
Maximum Ratings" may be applied to devices (one at a time)
without resulting in permanent damage. This is a stress rating
only. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for
extended periods may affect device reliability. The conditions
listed under "Electrical Characteristics" are the only conditions
recommencled for satisfactory operation.

6. Vs = lVRMS, f = 500kHz, CL = 15pF, RL = lk.
CL = CFIXTU RE + CPR aBE, "Off Isolation" = 2010gVS/VO.
7. Vs = OV, CL = 10,000pF, Logic Orive = 5V pulse. (HI-300
-303) Switches are symmetrical; Sand 0 may be interchanged.
Logic Orive = 15V (HI-304-307)
8. VIN = 4V (one input) ( all other inputs = OV)

2. Vs = :!:. 10V, lOUT = -10mA On resistance derived from the
voltage measured across the switch under the above conditions.
10-

a

9. VIN = 0.8V (all inputs).

3. VS=:!:.14V,VO=+14V.

10. VIN = 15V (all inputs).

4. Vs = Vo =± 14V.

11. VIN = OV (all inputs).

5. The digital inputs are diode protected MaS gates and typical
leakages of 1nA or less can be expected.

12. To drive from OTL/TTL circuits, pull-up resistors to +5V
supply are recommended .

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SWITCHING TEST CIRCUIT (tON, tOFF)

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SWITCH TYPE
HI-300 thru HI-303
HI-304 thru HI-307

HI-30l, HI-303
H1-305, H1-307

4V
15V

~+15V
V+

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OUTPUT

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v+

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+ 3V

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OV
SWITCH
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CLl

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LOGIC "1" '" SWITCH ON
RLl '" RL2 '" 300n
CL 1 = CL2 = 33pF

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OV
SWITCH
OUTPUT

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1~1-5v

GND

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tBBM~

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LOGIC
INPUT
OV

5V
15V

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, 50%

I

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t-tBBM

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TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CURVES (Continued)

SWITCHING TIME VS.
TEMPERATURE
HI-300 thru HI-303

SWITCHING TIME VS.
TEMPERATURE
HI-304 thru HI-307

SWITCHING TIME VS.
NEGATIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
HI-300 thru HI-303

V"·+15V
V···I5V
VINH-·,5V
VINL-OV

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-15

5

25

...

16

101125

T - TEMrERATURE tOCI

TEWERATURE (OC)

tOFF

lOOf-- V+-,.Y
TA-2IIOC

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VINL-

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10...

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V·NEGATIVE SUPPLY (VOLTS)

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BEFORE MAKE TIME VS.
POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
HI-300 thru HI-303

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POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
HI-304 thru HI-307

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SWITCHING TIME VS.
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HI-304 thru HI-307

0

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10

15

NEGATIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE (VI

10

V+ POSITIVE S"""LY vot. TAGE (VI

INPUT SWITCHING THRESHOLD
VS. POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
HI-300 thru HI-307

HI-.300thruHI-303

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HI-381/384/

HARRIS

387/390
CMOS Analog Switches

FEATURES

APPLICATIONS
L-

• ANALOG SIGNAL RANGE (±15V SUPPLIES)
• LOW LEAKAGE (TYP. @ 25 0 C)
• LOW LEAKAGE (TYP @ 125 0 C)
• LOW ON RESISTANCE (TYP. @ 25 0 C)
• BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE DELAY (TYP.l
• CHARGE INJECTION
• TTL COMPATIBLE
• SYMMETRICAL SWITCH ELEMENTS
• LOW OPERATING POWER (TYP.)

±15V
40pA
lnA
35f2
60ns
30pC

•
•
•
•
•

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SAMPLE AND HOLD i.e. LOW LEAKAGE SWITCHING
OP AMP GAIN SWITCHING i.e. LOW ON RESISTANCE
PORTABLE BATTERY OPERATED CIRCUITS
LOW LEVEL SWITCHING CIRCUITS
DUAL OR SINGLE SUPPLY SYSTEMS

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TYPICAL SWITCH - 300 SERIES

PINOUTS

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DESCRIPTION

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

The H1-381 through H1-390 series of switches are monolithic
devices fabricated using CMOS technology and the Harris dielectric isolation process. These devices are TTL compatible and
are available in four switching configurations. (See device pinout
for particular switching function with a logic "1" input.)
Thesll switches feature low leakage and supply currents, low and
nearly constant ON resistance over the analog signal range, breakbefore-make switching and low power dissipation.
The HI-381 and HI-387 switches are available in a 14 pin epoxy
or ceramic DIP orl0 pin metal can. The HI-384 and HI-390
are available in a 16 pin epoxy or ceramic DIP. Each of the
individual switch types are available in the -55 0 C to +125 0 C
and OOC to +75 0 C operating ranges.

(SWITCH STATES ARE FOR A LOGIC "l" INPUT)

Section 11 for Packaging

DUAL SPST HI-381

SPOT HI-387

(TOP VIEWS)

(TOP VIEWS)
02

DIP

DIP

NC

LOGIC

0
1

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SW 1
SW2

ON
OFF

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*The substrate and case are
internally tied to V-.
(The
case should not be used as
the V- connection, however.)

NC

*The substrate and case are
internally tied to V-.
(The
case should not be used as
the V- connection, however.)

DUAL DPST HI-384

DUAL SPOT HI-390

(TOP VIEW)

(TOP VIEW)

LOGIC

SWl
SW2

SW3
SW4

0
1

OFF
ON

ON
OFF

2635

SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Note

1)

44V (±22) ,

Voltage Between Supplies

Total Power Dissipation
14 Pin Epoxy DIP
14 Pin Ceramic DIP
16 Pin Epoxy DIP
16 Pin Ceramic DIP
10 Pin Metal Can*
*Derate 6.9mW/oC above TA

Digital Input Voltage
V++4.0V
V- -4.0V
Analog Input Voltage
V++l.5V
V- -1.5V
Storage Temperature Range

Operating Temperature
HI-3XX-2
HI-3XX-5

-65 0 C to +150 oC

526mW
588mW
625mW
685mW
435mW

=70 0 C

-55 0 C to +125 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C

~

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.g

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISITICS Unless otherwise specified; Supplies = +15V, -15V; VIN = logic Input,
VIN for logic "1" =4V, for logic 0 =,8V

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·55 0 C to +125 0 C

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PARAMETER

en

TYP

OOC to +75 0 C

TEMP

MIN

Analog Signal Range

FUll

-15

RON ON Resistance (Note 2)

+25 0 C
FUll

35
40

50
75

35
40

50
75

n
n

ISOFF OFF Input leakage Current (Note 3)

+25 0 C
FUll

.04
1

1
100

.04
0.2

5
100

nA
nA

ID aFF 0 FF Output leakage Current
(Note 3)

+25 0 C
FUll

.04
1

1
100

.04
0.2

5
100

nA
nA

lOON ON leakage Current (Note 4)

+25 0 C_
FULL

.03
0.5

1
100

.03
0.2

5
100

nA
nA

.. 8

V

MAX

MIN

+15

-15

TYP

MAX

UNITS

ANALOG SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS

en

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+15

V

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VINllnput low level

FUll

VINH Input Hi!lfJ Level

FULL

IINH Input Leak. Current (High) (Note 5)

FULL

1

1

/J.A

IINL Input Leak. Current (low) (Note 5)

FULL

1

1

/J.A

.8

4

4

V

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
(HI-387/
tOPEN. Break-Before Make Delay 390 only) +25 0 C

60

tON. Switch 0 N Time

+25 0 C

210

300

210

300

tOFF. Switch OFF Time

+25 0 C

160

250

160

250

OFF Isolation (Note 6)

+25 0 C

Charge Injection (Note 7)

+25 0 C

60
3

CSO FF I nput Switch Capacitance

+25 0 C

16

16

dB
mV
pF

CDOFF Output Switch Capacitance

+25 0 C

14

14

pF

COON Output Switch Capacitance

+25 0 C

35

35

pF

CIN lHigh) Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

CIN llow) Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

1+ Current (Note 8)

+25 0 C
FULL

.09

.5
1

.09

.5
1

rnA
rnA

1- Current (Note 8)

+25 0 C
FUll

.01

10
100

.01

100

/J. A
/J. A

1+ Current (Note 9)

+25 0 C
FULL

.01

10
100

.01

100

/J.A
J.lA

1- Current (Note 9)

+25 0 C
FULL

.01

10
100

.01

100

/J. A
J.lA

ns

60

60
3

ns
ns

POWER REQUIREMENTS

2636

© Ie MASTER 1983

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS NOTES ~
1. As with all semiconductors, stresses listed under "Absolute
Maximum Ratings" may be applied to devices (one at a time)
without resulting in permanent damage. This is a stress rating
only. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for
extended periods may affect device reliability. The conditions
listed under "Electrical Characteristics" are the only conditions
recommended for satisfactory operation.
2. Vs =.± 1OV, lOUT = -10mA on resistance derived from the
voltage measured across the switch under the above conditions.

5. The digital inputs are diode protected Mas gates and typical
leakages of 1nA or less can be expected.
6. Vs = lVRMS, f = 500kHz, CL = 15pF, RL = 1k,
CL = CFIXTU RE + CPR aBE, "off isolation" = 2010g vsIVo·
7. Vs = OV, CL = 10,000pF, Logic Orive = 5V pulse. Switches
are symmetrical; Sand 0 may be interchanged.
8. VIN = 4V.

(one input) (all other inputs = 0)

a...

.....oo

9. VIN = 0.8V. (all inputs)

3. VS=:t14V,VO=+14V.

10. To drive from OTL/TTL circuits, pull-up resistors to +5V
Supply are recommended.

4. Vs = Vo =.± 14V.

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TEST CIRCUITS

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SWITCHING TEST CIRCUIT (tON, tOFF)

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BREAK-BE FORE-MAKE TEST CIRCUIT (tBBM)

SWITCH TYPE

VINH

SWITCH TYPE

VINH

HI-381 thru HI-390

5V

HI-387 and HI-390

5V

+15V

c;>+15V

I v+

Iv+
VS1
VS2

=+3V
= +3V

LOGIC
INPUT ':"
LOGIC "1" = SWITCH ON"
LOGIC
INPUT

ga~~m

VINH

r50%

OV~

t5~10

~

: /:90%
OV --.....,...,: :

-ltDNI--

*Inverted logic for HI-381

LOGIC
INPUT

I

VINH

OV

I

:

--1

I

tOFF

!--

)50%
ov-----J:

SWITCH
OUTPUT

\.50%:I

~
1
OUTl

-i 1-

II

FOUT2

-rl--J :
-l!-

ov :'-.,-,...,JIL....---_ _ _
tBBM

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RL 1 = RL2 = 300n
CL 1 = CL2 = 33pF

LOGIC "1" SWITCH ON

50%
tBBM

2637

TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CURVES
RDS(ON) VS. VD AND
POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE

ROS(ON) VS. VD AND
TEMPERATURE
80
w
u
0:
::>

~

vi. +15V
V-'-15V

60

W

-----

0

I-

z

~

40""""--

---= :::::::

Q

Z
0

in

..,.......

20

~

0
-15

-10

l250C
250C
-550C

-------

-;::::::. :,........----

-5
C
+5
VD - DRAIN VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

+10

+15

u
a:
::>

60~--+~~~---+---~--~~--~

--r--~I--'

Sl
~
z

~Q

z

o

~

40

o
......
o

A V+' +15V. V-' -15V
V+' +10V. V-' -10V
C V+' +7.5V. V-' -7.5V

B

0.~_D_V_+~._.5_V~._V_-~._-~5V_L-_~____-L_~
-10

-5
0
+5
VD - DRAIN VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

DEVICE POWER DISSIPATION
VS. SWITCHING FREQUENCY
SINGLE LOGIC INPUT

:l

-0

B,----~

2O~-~_--L----+--~---~-~

-15
~

r--

-

--___ --A ___ --+10

+15

100

c
o
o

'=
V+'+15V
_V-'-15V

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OFF ISOLATION
VS. FREQUENCY

I

-TA'25OC
_VS'15V
RL' 2k

I

I

~

en

oS
z

en
.;::

10

0

i=
~

I

~

~

/

c0:

Cd

:c

~
~

/

1.0

~

- HI-381 tIl,u HI-390

~0~5---~10~6--~10-7---1~08::-----~----'
f - FREOUENCY (Hz)

1
10
100
lK
10K lOOK
LOGIC SWITCHING FREQUENCY (Hz)
50% DUTY CYCLE

1M

IDON VS. TEMPERATURE *

ISOFF OR IDOFF VS. TEMPERATURE*

10.0~~~

10'0~~~

=~::~:~v

- - V+·.15V
f---- V-'-15V

-

~

0:01w Z
U W
0:0:
::>0:
0::>

l'O~m/~

":~

... e>

... «

v

0><

.9~
0:'"

oz
~~
Q

---+-----.1

1.0~~~
./

/

0'1~7~§

......

0'"
... 0

IVDI 'IVsl' 14V

z

z

5
z

o
p

0.0~':-5- - - - : ! : 7 5 : : - - - - - - : c
'=-----'
125

0.0125~---""75,-----::1~25~---....J

T- TEMPERATURE _oC

T - TEMPERATURE (OC)

* The net leakage into the source or drain is the n-channelleakage minus the p-channelleakage. This difference can be positive,
negative, or zero depending on the analog voltage and temperature, and will vary greatly from unit to unit.

OUTPUT ON CAPACITANCE
VS. DRAIN VOLTAGE

DIGITAL INPUT CAPACITANCE
VS. INPUT VOLTAGE

161--t--+-+-~-t--+-~--j

~w

~

u

z
~

w

~

~
'<3

~«

~

u

..5

z
o

::>

I-

~::>

z

z

o

U

z

121--t--+--+-~-t--+-~--j

TRANSITION (INDETERMINATE
8 I - - DUE TO ACTIVE INPUT)
.-

~

~1-38j tIl,u LI-~

_

~-4r-~-+--~-+--+--+-~--1

o

8

200L-~2-~4-L6~8L-~10-1~2-1L4~16
VD - DRAIN VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

2638

2

4
6
8
10
12 14
VIN -INPUT VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

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TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CURVES (Continued)
Typical delay, rise, fall, settling times, and switching transients in this circuit.

SWITCHING TIME VS.
TEMPERATURE
HI-3S1 thru HI-390
RGEN 00
300
V+- +15V
v_o -15V
VINH o4.0V
VINL oOV

200

I.- ~
~

~~

i-""

:--:--:--,1;;

~ f..-

.--.--

S

1

VGEN..---o-+--I

:-- f.-- ~ :-V-

100

If RGEN, RL or CL is increased, there will be proportional
increases in rise and/or fall RC times.

o

-55

-35

-15

5
25
45
65
85
T - TEMPERATURE (OC)

105

:r....

.....oo

125

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c

o

SWITCHING TIME VS.
POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
HI-3S1 thru HI-390

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1.8

U
1A

>=

1.2

"z
~

O.S

"-

0.6

V- 0 -15V
TAO 250C
VINH o4V
VINL oOV

\
\

1.0

~

~

.~

-

:r....

CU

n

+10

+5

\0...

0.4

tOFf'
0.2

15

+5

-- --~

:g
>=

"z
~

200

0

100 -

tOFF

~

~
~

........

tON

SWITCHING TIME VS.
NEGATIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE
HI-3S1 thru HI-390

JOO

:r:

'SEE NOTE

~

5
10
V+ - POSITIVE SUPPLY (V)

-

"

JVGEN-l0V

~

0

~

en

I

:g'"

V+o+15V
TA 0 250C
VINH o+4.0V
VINL oOV

r--

J

-I

ri

t-- _

VGEN - OV

VG

5V

I

-

...

iii
~

0

~
w
t:)
~

...

+5

~

0

...::l>
...::lc..

-5

I

T

I

0

I

0

I

>
10

15

V- NEGATIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

,

..
-5

INPUT SWITCHING THRESHOLD
VS. POSITIVE SUPPL Y VOLTAGE
HI-3S1 thru HI-390

VGEN --5V

I
v- 0 -15V
TAO 250C

-----1f-----I

-5
-10
HI-381 thN HI-390

;

>

,

..-

\

f

VGEN--l0V

0.4

o
V+

5
10
15
POSITIVE SUPPLY VOLTAGE (VOLTS)

O.B

1.2

1.6

t-TIME (lAs!

* NOTE: The turn-off time is primarily limited
here by the RC time constant (lOOns) of the
load.

© Ie MASTER 1983

2639

mHARRIS

HI-1BOOA

SEMICONDUCTOR ANALOG PRODUCTS DIVISION

low leakage
Dual DPST Analog Switch
~

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

o

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o

::l

40nA

"'0

•

o

• SIGNAL RANGE

±15V

•

"ON" RESISTANCE (TYP,)

125r2

en

•

ACCESS TIM E (TYP.l

500ns

UJ

•

DTL/TTL COMPATIBLE ADDRESS

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LEAKAGE (TYPJ

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APPLICATIONS
• SIGNAL SELECTOR
•

CHOPPER

•

SAMPLE AND HOLD

•

GAIN SWITCHING

PINOUT

The HI-1800A is a general purpose analog switch which may
be used as a signal selector, multiplexer, chopper, or crosspoint switch for signals from D.C. to R.F. The configuration
is two independent DPST switches with versatile TTL compatibile addressing logic which allows connection as two
SPOT, or as a single DPDT, SPOT, or SPST switch by connection of external jumpers. ON resistance decreases correspondingly when switching elements are connected in parallel. The H1-1800A is fabricated on a single dielectrically
isolated chip using complementary Nand P channel MOS
devices. This unique process produces exceptionally low
leakage currents, constant 0 N resistance, low power dissipation, and fast switching. The H1-1800A is available in a hermetic 16 pin dual-in-line package.

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

IN 1
ADDRESS 2 1

16

ADDRESS 1

+5.0V SUPPl Y

2

15

NEG. SUPPl Y

EN'Aii'lE

3

14

POS. SUPPl Y

AODRESS 3 4

13

N.C.

OUT 4 5

12

IN 1

IN 4 6

11

OUT 1

10

IN 2

9

OUT 2

OUT 3 7
IN 3 8

Al

OUT 1
IN 2

EN

OUT2
IN 3

TRUTH TABLE
INPUT
ADDRESS

Al A2 A3
X
X
l
x X
H
x l x
X
H
X
H
l
X
X
X
X
H ~+4.0V

2640

SWITCH
CHANNElS
EN

l
l
H

1
ON
OFF

2
ON
OFF

ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF OFF
OFF OFF OFF OFF

A2

OUT3
IN 4

A3

OUT4

l~+0.4V

© .IC MASTER 1983-

SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Note 1)
Supply Voltage Between Pins 14 and 15
Logic Supply Voltage, Pin 2
Analog Input Voltage: V+Supply +2V

40.0V
30.0V
V-Supply -2V

Digital Input Voltage

V-Supply, V+Suppl y
780 mW (Note 2)

Total Power Dissipation
Storage Temperature Range

-65°C to + 150°C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Sup plies =+15V, -15V, +5.0V
PARAMETER
ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS
VI N, Analog Signal Range

RON, ON Resistance (Note 3)
IS (OFF), Input Leakage Current
10 (OFF), Output Leakage Current

o

Full

+15

-15

+25 0 C
Full

125

Full

40

Full

40

200
250

n
n

100

nA

100

VIR, Input High Threshold (Note 4)

Full

liN, Input Leakage Current

Full

.01

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tA, Access Time (Note 5)

+25 0 C

Break-Before-Make Delay

+25 0 C

500
,200

ns
ns

CIN, Channel Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

8

pF

COUT, Channel Output Capacitance

+25 0 C

8

pF

+25 0 C

5

pF

100

nA

0.4

V

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rn

.~

'-

«S

J:

V

4.0
1

pA

POWER REQUIREMENTS
Po, Power Dissipation

Full

10

mW

POS, Standby Power (Note 6)

Full

10

mW

1+, Current Pin 14

Full

0.001

1

rnA

1_, Current Pin 15

Full

0.5

2

rnA

I L, Current Pin 2

Full

0.5

2

rnA

1. Voltage ratings apply when voltages at all other pins
, are within their nominal operating ranges.
2. Derate 9.25 mW/oC above tA = +75 0 C
3. V OUT = ~ 10V lOUT = -100tlA.

c::

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nA

Full

40

"C

V

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VI L, Input Low Threshold

Input Capacitance

o

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Full

~igital

'-

UNITS

10 (ON), On Channel Leakage Current

CD,

NOTES:

TEMP.

HI·1800A·5
OOC to +75 0 C
TYP.
MAX.
MIN.

5. Time measured to 90% of final output level;
V OUT = -5.0V to +5.0V, Digital Inputs =
0.4V to +4.0V.
6. Voltage at Pin 3, ENABLE? +4.0V.

4. To drive from DTL/TTL circuits, 1 K pullup resistors
to +5.0V supply are recommended.

© Ie MASTER 1983

2641

PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
ON RESISTANCE vs
ANALOG SIGNAL LEVEL
~

100

ON CHANNEL CURRENT
vs VOLTAGE

A

.
rl_N+-~____~~o-4-~OUT

Test Circuit

"-

0
......
(,)

Test Circuit

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C

2S0

0

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200

ISO

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.~

"-

100

-

--

~

+ZSOC

~

--

~

as

J:

+12S0C

..-

SO

0
-10

-8

-6

+z

-z

-4

+6

+4

+8

-4

+10

-z

-3

-1

+2

+4

+3

+S

ACCESS TIME

ON/OFF LEAKAGE CURRENTS vs
TEMPERATURE
+5V DC

ON LEAKAGE

OFF LEAKAGE

+1

VOLTAGE ACROSS SWITCH

VI - SIGNAL LEVEL (VOLTS)

INl
OUT

OUT

IN

-5V DC

IN 3

SCOPE

+4V
,----,
+0.4V --l
L

Test Circuit
l00nA

~
~
I
IS(OFFI =IO(OFFI =IO(ONI,

./

10 nA

I

All A3 INPUT
2V/DIV.

-

r
r
l

./
~

.

/'

1 nA

.

•

I

.

,',

.

. OUTPUT

\

./

/'

/'

100 pA

l

.

{

5V/D1V .

.

}

./

/'

~

200ns/DIV.

10 pA

25

2642

50

75'
TEMPERATURE _DC

100

125

(§)

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HI-5040 thru HI-5051
HI-5046A and
HI-5047A

mJ HARRIS

CMOS Analog Switches
FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

....
o

+-'

• WIDE ANALOG SIGNAL RANGE
• LOW "ON" RESISTANCE (TYP)
• HIGHCURRENT CAPABILITY (TYP)
• BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE SWITCHING
TURN-ON TIME (TYP)
TURN-OFF TIME (TYP)
• NO LATCH-UP
• INPUT MaS GATES ARE PROTECTED FROM
TROSTATIC DISCHARGE
• DTL, TTL, CMOS, PMOS COMPATIBLE

±15V
25n
BOmA
370ns
280ns
ELEC-

This family of CMOS analog switches offers low-resistance
switching performance for analog voltages up to the supply
rails and for signal currents up to BOmA. "ON" resistance is low
and stays reasonably constant over the full range of operating
signal voltage and current. RON remains exceptionally constant
for input voltages between +5V and -5V and currents up to
50mA. Switch impedance also changes very little over temperature, particularly between OOC and +75 0 C. RON is nominally 25 ohms for HI-504B through HI-5051 and HI-5046A/
5047A and 50nfor HI-5040 through HI-5047.
All deyices provide break-before-make switching and are TTL
and CMOS compatible for maximum application versatility.
Performance is further enhanced by Dielectric Isolation processing which insures latch-free operation with very low input
and output leakage currents (D.BnA at 25 0 C). This family of
switches also features very low power operation (1.5mW at
25 0 C).

APPLICATIONS

• HIGH FREQUENCY SWITCHING

There are 14 devices in this switch series which are differentiated
by type of switch action and value of RON (see Functional
diagram). All devices.. are available in 16 pin D.LP. packages.
The H1-5040/5050 switches can directly replace IH-5040 series
devices and are functionally compatible with the DG 180/190
family. Each switch type is available in the -55 0 C to +125 0 C
and OOC to +75 0 C performance grades.

• SAMPLE AND HOLD
• DIGITAL FILTERS
• OP AMP GAIN SWITCHING

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

Section 11 for Packaging
PART NUMBER

HI-5040
HI-5041
HI-5042
HI-5043
HI-5044
HI-5045
HI-504S
HI-504SA
HI-5047
HI-5047A
HI-5048
HI-5049
HI-5050
HI-5051

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TYPE

SPST
DUAL SPST
SPOT
DUALSPDT
DPST
DUALDPST
DPDT
DPDT
4PST
4PST
DUAL SPST
DUAL DPST
SPOT
DUAL SPOT

RON

75n
75n
75n
75n
75n
75n
75n
30n
75n
30n
30n
30n
30n
30n

TYPICAL DIAGRAM
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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Supply Voltage (v+ -V-)
VR to Ground
Digital and Analor
Input Voltage

36V
V+, VV++4V
V--4V

Analog Current (S to 0)
Total Power 0 issipation*
Operating Temperature
HI-SOXX-2
HI-SOXX-S
Storage Temperature

BOmA
4S0mW
-SSoC to +12SoC
OOC to +7SoC
-6SoC to + lS00C

*Derate 6mW/oC above TA =7SoC
Jo-

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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

(.)

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Unless Otherwise Specified
Supplies = +lSV, -lSV; VR = OV; VAH (Logic Level High)
For Test Conditions, consult Performance Characteristics

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PARAMETER
ANALOG SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS
Analog Signal Range
Hon,"ON" Resistance (Note la)

rn

"i:
Jo-

m

:c

Ron,"ON"Resistance (Note lb)
Ron, Channel-to-Channel Match (Note la)
Ron, Channel-to-Channel Match (Note lb)
IS(OFF) = IO(OFF), Off Input or Output
Leakage Current
IO(ON), On Leakage Current
DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL, Input Low Threshold
VAH, Input High Threshold
lA, Input Leakage Current (High or Low)

Full
Full
Full

-15

+15

=

+O.8V, VL

MIN

75

1
0.8
100

500

0.01
2

500

2
1

0.8
100
0.01
2

0.8
3.0

75

~2

50
10
5
500
500

S1
S2

n
nA
nA
nA
nA

0.8

V
V

3.0
.01

1.0

.01

1.0

J.1A

370
280
5
80

1000
500
20

370
280
5
80
88

1000
500

ns
ns
rnV
dB
dB

CS(OFF), Input Switch Capacitance

+25 0 C

88
11

CDIOFF}'j

+25 0 C

11

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

22

CA, Digital Input Capacitance
COS (OFF), Drain-To-Source Capacitance
POWER REQUI REMENTS
PO, Quiescent Power Dissipation
1+, +15V Quiescent Current
1-, -15V Quiescent Current
IL' +5V Quiescent Current

+25 0 C
Full .
Full
Full

75.
80

V

n
n

25
50
10
5

UNITS

+15
50

25
2

=+5V

oOC to +75 0 C
TYP
MAX

-15

50

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

11
11

pF

22
5
0.5

pF
pF
pF

pF

Output Switch Capacitance

IR' Gnd Quiescent Current

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Full
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full

-55°C to +125 0 C
MIN
TYP
MAX

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
ton' Switch "ON"Time
toff' Switch "OFF" Time
Charge Injection (Note 2)
"OFF Isolation" (Note 3)
"Crosstalk" (N ote 3)

Co (ON),

NOTES:

TEMP

3.0V; VAL (Logic Level Low)

Fu"

5
0.5

1.5

1.5
' 0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

rnW
rnA
rnA
rnA
rnA

1. V OUT = :!:10V,I OUT = lmA
a) For H 1-5040 thru H 1-5047
b) For HI-5048 thru HI-5051, HI-5046A/5047A
2. V IN = OV, C L = 10,OOOpF
3. RL = lOOn, f= 100 KHz, V IN = 2 V pp , C L =5pF

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II HARRIS

H1-1818A/1828A

low Resistance
8 Channel CMOS Analog Multiplexers
L-

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

a
+-'
(.)

:J

"C
r:::::

a

(.)

E
Q)

en
en

•

SIGNAL RANGE

±15V

•

"ON" RESISTANCE (TYP.)

250n

•
•
•

INPUT LEAKAGE AT +125 0 C (TYP.)

20nA

ACCESS TIME (Typ.)

350ns

•
•

"i::
L-

et'S

:c

5mW

POWER CONSUMPTION (TYPJ
DTLITTL COMPATIBLE ADDRESS
-55 0 C to +125 0 C OPERATION

APPLICATIONS
•

DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS

•

PRECISION INSTRUMENTATION

•
•

SELECTOR SWITCH

The 1818A is a single-ended 8 channel multiplexer, while the
H1-1828A is a differential 4 channel version. Either device
is ideally suited for medical instrumentation, telemetry systems,
and microprocessor based data acquisition systems.

DEMULTIPLEXING

. The HI-1818A-2 and HI-1828A are specified over -55 0 C
to +125 0 C, while the -5 versions are specified over OOC to
+75 0 C.

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

PINOUT
Section 11 for Packaging

HI-1818A
ADDRESS A1
+5.0V SUPPL Y
ENABLE
ADDRESS A2
IN 8
IN 7

The HI-1818A/1828A are monolithic high performance CMOS
analog multiplexers offering built-in channel selection decoding
plus an inhibit (enable) input for' disabling all channels.
Dielectric Isolation (01) processing is used for enhanced
reliability and performance (see Application Note 521)"
Substrate leakage and parasitic capacitance are much lower,
resulting in extremely low static errors and high throughput
rates. Low output leakage (typically O.lnA) and low channel
ON resistance (250 n) assure optimum performance in low level
or current mode applications.

Top View

DIGITAL ADDRESS

16 ADDRESS AO
15 -15VSUPPLY
14 +15V SUPPLY
13 IN1
12 OUT
11 IN2
10 IN 3

1
2
3
4
5

6
IN 6 7
IN 5 8

HI-1818A

ADDRESS {
INPUT
BUFFERS

IN I

OUT

IN 8

9 IN 4
Section 11 for Packaging

HI-1828A

HI-1828A

Top View

IN 8 5
IN 7 6
IN 6 7

16
15
14
13
12
11
10

IN 5 8

9 IN 4

ADDRESS A1
+5.0V SUPPL Y 2
ENABLE
OUT5THRU8 4

2646

ADDRESS AO
-15V SUPPLY
+15V SUPPLY
IN 1
OUT 1 THRU 4

ADDRESS {

INPUT

BUFFERS

IN S

IN 2
IN 3

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (NOTE

1)

40.0V
30.0V

Supply Voltage Between Pins 14 and 15
logic Supply Voltage, Pin 2
+
Analog Input Voltage: VSuppl
y +2V

Oigitallnput Voltage
Total Power Dissipation (Note 2)
Storage Temperature Range

V-Supply to V+ ~upply
780mW
-65°C to +150 0 C

VSupply -2V

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Supplies =+15V, -15V, +5V
PARAMETER

HI-1818A-2/1828A-2
-55°C to +125 0 C
TEMP.

MIN.

TYP.

MAX.

~

HI-1818A-5/1828A-5
OOC to +75 0 C
MIN.

TYP.

MAX.

o

TRUTH TABLES

~

(,)

UNITS

::J

"0

c:
o

ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS
• VIN, Analog Signal Range
It RON, ON Resistance (Note 3)

·IS(OFF), Input Leakage Current
.. IO(ON)' On Channel Leakage Current
(HI-1818A)
(HI-1828A)
"IO(OFF) Output Leakage Current
(HI-181BA)
(HI-182BA)
DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL,lnput Low Threshold
VAH ,Input High Threshold (Note 4)
IA. ,Input Leakage Current
SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
TS, Access Time (Note 5)
Break-Before-Make Delay
Settling Time (0.1%1
(0.025%)
CIN, Channel Input Capacitance
COUT, Channel Output Capacitance
(HI-1818A)
(HI-1828A)
COSIOFF), Drain-To-Source Capacitance
Co, ~igital Input Capacitance
POWER REQUIREMENTS
po. Power Dissipation
POS. Standby Power (Note 6)
* 1+, Current Pin 14
* 1_, Current Pin 15

* IL Current Pin 2
NOTES:

Full

250

+15
400

300

500

-15

+25 0 C
Full
Full

20

+15

V

250

400

300

500

n
n

-15

50

20

50

100
50

250
125

100
50

250
125

nA
nA

Full
Full

100
50

250
125

100
50

250
125

nA
nA

0.4
4.0

0.4

V
V

1

p.A

4.0
.01

1

.01

E
Q)

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

350
100
1.08
2.8

350
100
1.08
2.8

J1S
J1s

4

4

pF

+25 0 C .
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

20
10

20
10

pF
pF

0.6
5

0.6
5

pF
pF

Full
Full
Full
Full
Full

5
5
0.1
0.3
0.3

5
5
0.1
0.3
0.3

mW
mW
mA
mA
mA

en

HI-1818A

nA

Full
Full

Full
Full
Full

(,)

UJ

A2
L
L
L
L
H
H
H
H
X

ADDRESS
Al
AO
L
L
H
L
H
L
H
H
L
L
H
L
H
L
H
H
X
X

EN

"ON"
CHANNEL

L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L

1

H

2
3
4

5
6
7
8
NONE

ns
ns

HI-1828A

1. Voltage ratings apply when voltages at all other pins are
within their normal operating ranges.
2. Derate 9.25 mW/oC above 75°C.
3. VOUT =±10V lOUT =- lmA.

0.5
1
1

1
2
2

Al
L
L
H
H
X

ADDRESS
EN
AO
L
L
L
H
L
L
H
L
X
H

"ON"
CHANNELS

1 and
2 and
3 and
4 and

5
6
7

8
NONE

4. To drive from OTL/TTL circuits, 1K pull-up resistors
to + 5.0V supply are recommended.
5. Time measured to 90% of final output level;
VOUT =- 5.0V to +5.0V, Digital Inputs =OV to + 4.0V.
6. Voltage at Pin 3, ENABLE =+ 4.0V.

100% Tested for Dash 8 at +25 0 C and +125 0 C Only.

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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
ON CHANNEL CURRENT
·vsVOLTAGE

ON RESISTANCE vs
ANALOG SIGNAL LEVEL
1 rnA

..

v

IN

OUT

Test Circuit

....
0
.....
(.)

+60

Test Circuit

::l

"C

-------~
~
- -- ---

c:

0
o~

CI.I

::i:

E

X
0

en

u

(J)

en
0L:

....

«S

J:

300

, 250
w

r---

z

~
CI.I

200

-550~

iii
w

~

-55°C

ct +40

350

150

0

100
-10

-6

-8

-4

-2

0

+2

+4

+6

+8

-:::;:::~

,

::i:

/~ ~+1250C

~ +20

w
a:
a:

a

0

z
5" -20
I-

~

CI.I

+25OC

+12~
-40

~

-60
-10

~

-6

-8

o

-2

+4

+2

+6

+8

+10

VOLTAGE ACROSS SWITCH

ACCESS TIME

LEAKAGE CURRENTS vs TEMPERATURE
ON LEAKAGE

lfJ1

+5VDC o-I_N'-f---o..

4V

N

OUT

1
-5VD C 0--N_2-+--_-o

OUT

i

~

/

+250 C

V

-4

+10

VI - SIGNAL LEVEL (VOLTS)

OFF LEAKAGE

~

~

t)--+--~

SCOPE

A 'DIOFFI

±10V -=-

-=-::j.10V

~

~

_

O.4V

±10V

f
+4V

~

OV--1

L

·TwQm.asuremenbperchanMt:
+1OV/·1OV end

-,ov/.,ov.

ITwo m.... remenu

±10V-=-

J-

'*'

dtv~

tOr IDIOFFJ:

.,aV/·,DV and ·'OV/+1OV.l

EN

.

-.

:

VAH =4V
100nA

I

./ / /
III
/'

\\

. / ./
1DOpA

./

./

\V/ 7

InA

/ / /'

./

\

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• 11.

II •

I I II

.

.

IIU: Tlli

"-

+5V

./

I'

:
:

:

-4V-~

--- 1+

IS(OFFI

TA

(HI-181SA/1S2SAI

-

r

,.

.

CUll :llll i l i l l

OUTPUT
5V/DIV.
-5V

I

III

I

~

100ns/DIV.

./
10pA
25

ArilNPLT
2V/DIV. -

//

IO(ONI=IO(OFFI
HI-1S18A
HI-1S28A

10nA

-

T
-VAH/2

50

75
TEMPERATURE-

100

125

oc

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
ADDRESS INPUT BUFFER

ALL N-CHANNEL
BODIES TO VALL P-CHANNEL
BODIES TO V+
UNLESS OTHERWISE
INDICATED.

-

~

o
......
o

:::::J

L-+-t-+--+---+A

"C

s:::

o

.~

E
Q)

en
UJ

.~
~

DECODER GATE

as

:---------,

J:

i
I

I

A2 OR A2
A 1 OR

I

~

TO
P CHANNEL
SW II

A1

Pl.6 TO

'j

N CHANNEL
N16 SW
I

!
I
I

L..!!:!~WIT~~~~_~

A2 OR A2 NOT USED
FOR HI-1828A

MULTIPLEX SWITCH
FROM DECODE

FROM DECODE

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H1-506/H 1-507

HARRIS

L-

Single 16/ Differential
8 Channel CMOS
Analog Multiplexers

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

a
......
o

• LOW ON RESISTANCE (TYP.)

170n

"'0

• WIDE ANALOG SIGNAL RANGE

±15V

o
E

• DIRECTLYTTL/CMOS
COMPATIBLE

::s

c:
a

Q)

en
(/)

"i:

2.4V (LOGIC "1")

• ACCESS TIME (TYP:)

300ns

• HIGH CURRENT CAPABILITY (TYP.l

50mA

• BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE SWITCHING

L-

as

:r:

These monolithic CMOS multiplexers each include an array of eight analog switches,
a digital decode circuit for channel selection, a voltage reference (or logic thresholds,
and an ENABLE input for device selection when several mulitplexers are present:
The Oielectic Isolation (D I) process used in fabrication of these devices eliminates the
problem of latchup. Also, 0 I offers much lower substrate leakage and parasitic
capacitance than conventional junction - isolated CMOS (See Application Note 521).
With the low 0 N resistance (1 BOn typical), this allows low static err~r, fast channel
switching rates, and fast settling.
Switches are guaranteed to break-before-make, so two channels are never shorted
together.
The switching threshold for each digital input is established by an internal +5V
reference, providing a guaranteed minimum 2.4V for "1" and maximum O.BV for
"0". This allows direct interface without pullup resistors to signals from most logic
families: CM OS, TTL, OTL and some PM OS. For protection against transient
overvoltage, the digital inputs include a series 200n resistor and a diode clamp to
each supply.

• NO LATCH-UP

APPllCA TIONS
• DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS

The HI-50S is a sixteen channel single-ended multiplexer, and the HI-507 is an eight
channel differential version. The recommended supply voltage is ± 15V; however,
reasonable performance is available down to ± 7V. Each device is packaged in a IS
pin DIP.

• PRECISION INSTRUMENTATION

The HI-50S/507 are specified for operation from DoC to 70 0 C. The "-2" versions are
specified from -55 0 C to +125 0 C. "Dash B",(-B) designates -2 parts which have been
screened per Mil-Std-BB3/ Method 5004/Class B.

• DEMULTIPLEXING
• SELECTO R SWITCH

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

HI-50G

TOP VIEW
tVSUPPlY 1
NC 2
NC 3

IN 9 11

2~ !N 1
24 IN 6
23 IN ~
22 IN 4
21 IN 3
20 IN 2
19 IN 1
18 ENABLE

GNO 12

11 ADDRESS AO

IN 16 4
IN

HI-50G

28 OUT
21-V SUPPLY
2& IN 8

1~ ~

IN 14 6
IN 13 1
IN 12 8
IN 11 9
IN 10 10

NC 13

DIGITAL
ADORESS

16 ADDRESS Al

ADDRESS A3 14

1~

IN\'

ADDRESS A2

Section 11 for Packaging

HI-5CI
•
3
4

9
10
11
12
13
14

r------,

HI-507

TOP VIEW
tVSUPPLY
DUT 8
NC
IN 88
IN 18
IN 68
IN 58
IN 48
IN 38
IN 2B
IN lB
GND
NC
NC

'0

28 OUT A
21 -VSUPPL Y
26 IN 8A
25 IN 1A
24 IN 6A
23 IN 5A
22 IN 4A
21 IN 3A
20 IN 2A
19 IN lA
18 ENABLE
11 ADDRESSAO
16 ADDRESS Al
15 ADDRESS A2

DIGITAL
AQDRESS

ITOSEvU

'1

OTHER

L ____ J1
AOQRESSINPUTIUffER
A"OLEVEl$HIFTER

2650

MULlIPLEJ(
SWITCHES

AOQRESSINPUT8UFfER
..... Ol(VElSNLfHR

L __ _
MULTIPLEX

SWlTCH'AUIS

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Supply Voltage Between Pins 1 and 27
VEN, VA, Oigitallnput Overvoltage:
VA { VSupply (+) +4V
VSuppl y (-) -4V
Analog Input Overvoltage: (Note 6)
Vo or Vs { VSuppl y (+) +2V
VSuppl y (-) -2V

Total Power 0 issipation*
Operating Temperature:
HI-506/HI-507-2
H1-506/H 1-507-5
Storage Temperature

40V

1200mW
-55 0 C to +125 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C
-65 0 C to +150 0 C

*Oerate BmW/oC above TA = +25 0 C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Unless Otherwise Specified: Supplies=+15V,-15V; VAH(Logic Level High) =+2.4V,
VA L(Logic Level Low) = +O.BV. For Test Conditions, consu It Performance Characteristics section.
HI-SOS/H I-S07-2
-5S oC to + 12S oC

PARAMETER

TEMP

MIN

TYP

MAX

o

=s
c:
o

HI-50S/HI-S07-5
ooc to +75 0 C
MIN

TYP

MAX

"C
UNITS

TRUTH TABLES

.2

ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS
* VS. Analog Signal Range

Full

+15

-IS

* RON, On Resistance (Note 1)

+25 0 C
Full

170

• IlRON, (Between Channels)

+25 0 C

6

• IS(OFF), Off Input Leakage Current

+25 0 C
Full

0.03

• IOIOFF) Off Output Leakage Current
,
HI-SOS
HI-S07

+2S oC
Full
Full

0.3

* 10ION), On Channel Leakage Current
HI-S06
HI-S07

+25 0 C
Full
Full

0.3

-15
270

300
400

+IS

V

400
500

n
n

E
Q)

EN

"ON"
CHANNel

X

L

NONE

L
H

H
H

1
2

±50

nA
nA

±SOO
±.250

nA
nA
nA

±SOO
t250

±500
±250

nA
nA
nA

L

H

L

H

11

+O.S

+0.8

V

H

L

H

H

H

12

H

H

L

H
H

H
H

l
H

H
H
H

13

V

L
H
l

/LA

H

H

H

H

H

0.03
±50
1.0
iSOO
t2S0

1.0

x

X
L
L

L
L

Full

+2.4

+2.4

5.0

1.0

Full

X
L
L

L

L

H

L

H

3

L
L
L
L

L
H
H
H

H
L
L
H

H

H

4

L

H

S

H

H

6

L

H

L

H

H

H

H

8

H
H

L
L

L
L

L
II

H
H

9
10

H

VAH, Input High Threshold

rJ)

.;::

%

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Full

w

HI-50G
Ao

VAL Input Low Threshold

* lA, Input Leakage Current (High or Low)(Note 2)

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1

14

tS
t6

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tA, Access Time

+2S oC

300

tOPEN, Break-Belore Make Delay

+2S oC

80

1000

300

ns

SO

ns

tON(EN). Enable Delay ION)

+2SoC

300

1000

300

ns

tOFF(EN). Enable Delay (OFF)

+2SoC

300

1000

300

ns

Settling Time (0.1%)
(0.025%1

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

1.2
2.4

1.2
2.4

Jis
JiS

"Off Isolation" (N ote 3)

+2SoC

CS(OFf), Channel Input Capacitance

+2SoC

7S

7S

dB
pF

CDIOFF), Channel Output Capacitance
HI-506
HI-S07

+2S oC
+2S oC

44
22

44
22

pF
pF

CA, Digital Input Capacitance

+2S oC

2.2

2.2

pF

COSIOFF), Input to Output Capacitance

+2S oC

O.OS

O.OS

pF

* 1+, Current Pin 1 (Note 4)

Full

1.7

* 1-, Current Pin 27 (Note 4)

Full

0.4

1.0

O.S

2.0

rnA

*1+, Standby (Note S)

Full

1.7

3.0

3.4

S.O

rnA

* 1-, Standby (Note S)

Full

0.4

1.0

O.S

2.0

rnA

HI-507
ON
AO
X

EN
L

x

X

L
L
L

L
L
H

L

H

H

H

H

L

L

H

L

H

SWITCH
PAIR
NONE
1

H

H

2

L

H

3

H

L

H

H

H

H

L

H

H

H

H

H

POWER REQUIREMENTS

NOTES: 1. VOUT =!10V, lOUT =-lmA
2. Digital Inputs are Mos Gates. Typical Leakage
Less Than InA.
3. VEN =O.SV, RL =lK, CL =2SpF,VS =7VRMS,
1= SOOkHz.

3.0

3.4

S.O

rnA

4. VEN =4.0V, All VA =4.0V
5. VEN =OV,AII VA =OV
6. If Analog Input Overvoltage Conditions are Anticipated,
Use 01. HI-506A/507A Protected Multiplexers is Recommended.
See HI-S06A/S07A Data Sheet.

* 100% Tested for Oash 8 at+25 0 C and +125 0 C Only.

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HI-506A/HI-507A

mHARRIS

16 Channel CMOS
Analog Multiplexer with
Overvoltage Protection
l-

FEATURES

e
.....
o
:::s
-c
c:
e

DESCRIPTION

• ANALOG/DIGITAL OVERVOLTAGE PROTECTION
• FAIL SAFE WITH POWER LOSS (NO LATCHUP)
• BREAK-BEFORE,.MAKE SWITCHING

o

E

• DTL/TTL AND CMOS COMPATIBLE

en

• ANALOG SIGNAL RANGE

±15V

en

• ACCESS TIME (TYPJ

500ns

J...

• SUPPLY CURRENT AT 1MHz
ADDRESS TOGGLE (TYPJ

Q)

.~

as

J:

4mA
7.5mW

• STANDBY POWER (TYPJ

APPLICATIONS
• DATA ACQUISITION

The HI-50SA and HI-507A are dielectrically isolated CMOS
analog multiplexers incorporating an important feature; they
withstand analog input voltages much greater than the supplies.
This is essential in any system where the analog inputs originate
outside the equipment. They can withstand a continuous input
up to 10 volts greater than either supply, which eliminates the
possibility of damage when supplies are off, but input signals
are present. Equally important they can withstand brief input
transient spikes of several hundred volts; which otherwise
would require complex external protection networks. Necessarily, ON resistance is somewhat higher than similar unprotected devices, but very low leakage currents combine to produce low-~rrors. Application Notes 520 and 521 further explain
these fi;i~res.
The H1-50SA- 2 and H1-507 A-2 are specified over -55 0 C to
+125 0 C while the -5 versions are specified over OOC to +75 0 C.

• INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS
• TELEMETRY

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

HI-50GA

Section 11 for. Packaging

HI-50GA

,..----,

TOPVIEW

r-----...,

28 OUT

+VSUPPLY 1

21-V SUPPLY

NC 2
NC 3
IN 16 4
IN 15 5
IN 14 6
IN 13 1
IN 12 8
IN 11 9
IN 10 10
IN 9 11
GND 12

26 IN 8

25 IN 1
24 IN 6
23 IN 5

DIGITAL
ADDRESS

22 IN 4
21 IN 3

20 IN 2
19 IN 1
18 ENABLE
11 ADDRESS AO

VREf 13

16 ADDRESS Al

ADDRESS A3 14

15 ADDRESS A2

____ J
AOOJlE$srNPuT BUFFER

IN 16

OECODERS

SWITCHES

AND LEVEl SHIFTER

HI-507A

Section 11 for Packaging

HI-507A

TOPVIEW
+VSUPPL Y
OUT 8
NC
IN 88
IN 78
IN 68
IN 58
IN 48
IN 3B
IN 2B
IN lB
GND
VREF
NC

1
2

6

9
10
11
12
13
14

•

",
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15

OUT A
-VSUPPL Y
IN 8A
IN 7A
IN 6A
IN 5A
IN 4A
IN 3A
IN 2A
IN lA
ENABLE
ADDRESS AO
ADDRESS Al
ADDRESS A2

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ACDRESS

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Operating Temperature

+20V

VREF to Ground V+ to Ground

1200mW

Total Power Dissipation*

40V

Supply Voltage Between Pins 1 and 27

HI-50SA/507A-5

-55°C to +125 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C

Storage Temperature

-S50C to +150 0 C

HI-50SA/507A-2

VEN, VA, Digital Input Overvoltage:
VA {VsuPPI Y (+)

+4V

VSupply (-)

-4V

I

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Analog Overvoltage:
Vs

VSuppl y (+!

+20V

VSuppl y (-)

-20V

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

*Derate

BmW/oC

above T A = +75 0 C

(Unless otherwise specified)
L-

a
......

Supplies == +15V, -15V; VREF (Pin 13) = Open; VAH (Logic Level High) = +4.0V; VAL (Logic Level Low) = +O.BV
For Test Conditions, consult Performance Characteristics section.

()

HI-506A/507A-2
-55°C to +125°C
PARAMETER

TEMP.

ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS
·VS. Analog Signal Range

Full

MIN.

-15

+25 0 C
Full

·RON. On Resistance (Note 11

TYP.

-15

1.5
2.0

1.5
I.B

1.0

'ID (OFF) with"nput Overvoltage Applied
(Note 2)

+25 0 C
Full

4.0

'ID (ON). On Channel Leakage Current

+25 0 C
Full
Full

0.1

MAX.

UNITS

+15

v

I.B
2,0

Kn
Kn

0.03
±50

+25 0 C
Full
Full

HI-506A
HI-507A

MIN.

0.03

Full
'ID (0 FF). Off Output Leakage Current

MAX.

+15
'1.2
1.5

+25 0 C

'IS (OFF). Off Input Leakage Current

TYP.

:J
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HI-506A/507A-5
ooc to +75 0 C

±50

nA
nA

±500
±250

nA
nA
nA

1.0
±500
±250
4.0

nA
pA

0.1

nA
nA
nA

2.0

I

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL. Input Low Threshold TTl Drive
VAH. Input High Threshold (Note 7)
VAL
VAH

I

Full
Full
+25 0 C
+2SoC

MOS Drive (Note 3)

*IA. Input Leakage Current (High or Low)

±500
±250

O,B
4.0

O.B
4.0

O.B
6.0
1.0

V
V

O.B

V
V

5.0

pA

6.0

Full
+2SoC

tOPEN. Break-Before Make Delay

+25 0 C

0.5

1.0

AZ

Al

AO

EN

X

x

L

NONE

L
L
L
L

X
L
L

X

L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L

H

1
2

H

L
H
L

H

3

H

H

H

L

H

H

L
L

H

H

H

H

L

H

H

H

H

H

L
L

L

H

II

H

H

L
L
L
L

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

A3

H

H
H

H

H

L

H

H

H

H

4
5
6
1
8
9
10
11
12

L
L

L

H

13

H

H

H

L

H

H

H

H

14
15
16

BO

BO

ns

X

X

L
L
L
L

L
L

H

H
H

H

H
H
H
H

L
L

H

H
H

300

300

ns

tOFF (EN). Enable Delay (OFF)

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

Settling Time 10.1%)
10.025%)

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

1.3
4.4

1.3
4.4

ps
ps

"Off Isolation" (Note 4)

+25 0 C

Cs (OFF). Channel Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

CA. Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0 C
+2SoC
+25 0 C

CDS (OFF). Input to Output Capacitance

HI-506A
HI-S07A

65

dB

S

S

pF

SO
25
S

SO
25
5

pF
pF
pF

65

+2SoC

0.1

0,1

pF

POWER REQUIREMENTS
PD. Power Dissipation

Full

7.5

7.5

mW

'1+. Current Pin 1 (Note 5)

Full

0.5

2.0

0.5

5.0

rnA

'1-. Current Pin 27 (Note S)

Full

0.02

1.0

0.02

2.0

rnA

'1+. Standby (Note 6)

Full

O.S

2.0

0.5

5.0

rnA

'1-. Standby (Note 6)

Full

0.02

1.0

0.02

2.0

rnA

1. VOUT =_~ 10V,IDUT =- 100 pA.
2. Analog Overvoltage =±33V.
3. VREF=+10V.
4. VEN = O.BV. RL = lK. Cl = 7pF. Vs =
3VRMS. f = 500KHz.·

5. VEN =+4.0V.
6. VEN = O.BV.
7. To drive from OTl/TTL circuits. 1Knpullup resistors to :+S.OV supply are recommended.

.

Al

EN

PAIR

X

L

NONE

L

H
H

2

AO

L
L
L
H

H
H
H
H
H
H

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A2

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"ON"
CHANNEl

0.5

tON (EN). Enable Delay (ON)

riOTES:

E
(])

ON

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tAo Access Time

CD (OFF). Channel Output Capacitance

I

±500
±250

a

"~

HI-50GA

H

HI-506A
HI-507A

c

TRUTH TABLES

I

3
4

5
6

7
8

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HI-508/HI-509

HARRIS

Single BIDifferential
4 Channel CMOS Analog Multiplexer

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DESCRIPTION

FEATURES

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• FAST ACCESS

220ns

C

• FAST SETTLING (0.01%)

600ns

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en

• LOW RON

180 n

en

• NO LATCH-UP,

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o
o

• BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE SWITCHING

~

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cu

2.4V (LOGIC "1")

• TTL/CMOS COMPATIBLE

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These monolithic CMOS multiplexers each include an array of eight analog
switches, a digital decode circuit for channel selection, a voltage reference for
logic thresholds, and an ENABLE input for device selection when several multiplexers are present.
The Dielectric Isolation (01) process used in fabrication of these devices eliminates the problem of latch-up. Also, 01 offers much lower substrate leakage and
parasitic capacitance than conventional junction-isolated CM OS (see Application
Note 521). Combined with the low ON resistance (180n typical), these benefits
allow low static error, fast channel switching rates, and fast settling.
Switches are guaranteed to break-before-make, so two channels are never shorted
together.
The switching threshold for ea~h digital input is established by an internal +5V
reference, providing a guaranteed min. 2.4V for ''I'' and max. 0.8V for "0". This
allows direct interface without pull-up resistors to signals from most logic families: CMOS, TTL, DTL, and some PMOS. For protection against transient
overvoltage, the digital inputs include a series 200 n resistor and a diode clamp to
each supply.

APPllCA TIONS

The H1-508 is an eight channel single-ended multiplexer, and the H1-509 is a four
channel differential version. The recommended supply voltage is ±15V; however,
reasonable performance is available down t~ ±7V. Each device is packaged in a
16 pin DIP.

• PRECISION INSTRUMENTS
• DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS

The H1-508/509-5 are slJecified for operation from OOC to 70 0 C. The "-2"
versions are specified from -55 0 C to ±125 0 C. "Dash 8" (-8) designates -2 parts
which have been screened per MIL-STD-883/Method 5004/Class B.

• TELEMETRY

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

PINOUTS
HI-508

Section 11 for Packaging

TOP VIEW

HI-508

r-------,
IN 1
AO

AO

Al

ENABLE

15

-v SUPPLY

14

GND

IN 1

13

+V SUPPLY

IN 2

12

IN 5

IN 3

11

IN 6

IN 4

10

IN 7

OUT

A2

EN;------i"I--+-!-L...../

____ J

IN 8

Section 11 for Packaging

HI-509

OUT

TOP VIEW

ADDRESS INPUT
BUFFER AND
LEVEL SHIFTER

IN 8
DECODERS

r---""--'

HI-509

IN 1A
AO

AO

16

Al

ENABLE

15

GND

-V SUPPLY

14

+V SUPPL Y

OUT B,

IN lA

13

IN lB

OTHER
SWITCHES)

DIGITAL
ADDRESS

OUTA
{

(TO 3
OTHER
SWITCHES)

A1

(TO 3

IN 2A

12

IN 2B

IN 3A

11

IN 3B

IN 4A

10

IN 4B

IN 1B

IN4A

OUT A

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ADDRESS INPUT
BUFFER AND
LEVEL SHIFTER

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

(Note 1)

VSuppl y (+) to VSuppl y (-)

40V

VSuppl y (+) to GND
VSuppl y {-) to GND

20V
20V

Digital Input Overvoltage:
{VSUPPly(+1
VEN, VA VSuppl y (-)

+4V
-4V

Analog Input Overvoltage (Note 6):
{ VSupply(+1
VD, Vs VSuppl y (-)

+2V
-2V

750mW
Power Dissipation *
(Derate 8mW/oe above TA =+75 0 e)
Operating Temperature Ranges:
H1-508/509-2,-8
-55 0 e to +125 0 e
ooe to 70 0 e
H1-508/509-5, -6
H1-508/509-1
-55 0 e to +200 0 e
Storage Temperature Range

-65 0 e to +150 0 e

10...

o
.......

* Package Limitation

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c

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Unless otherwise specified: Supplies =± 15V, GND =OV

o

u

H1-50B/H 1-509-2
-55 0 C to +125 0 C
PARAMETER.

TEMP

MIN

Full

-15

TYP

H1-50B/H 1-509-5
OOC to +70 0 C

MAX

MIN

+15

-15

TYP

E

MAX

UNITS

+15

V

400
500

n
n

Q)

TRUTH TABLES

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en

ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS
VS. Analog Signal Range
RON. On Resistance

+25 0 C
FuJI

lBO
230

~

+25 0 C

5

RON. Any Two Channels

IS(OFF). Off Input Leakage Current (Note 2)
IO(OFF). Off Output Leakage Current
HI-SOB
HI-509
°IO(ON). On Channel Leakage Current
HI-50B
HI-509
IOIFF. Differential Off Output Leakage Current
(HI-S09 Only)

+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full
Full
+25 0 C
Full
Full
+25 0 C
Full

300
400

lBO
230

10
50

nA
nA

10
10

200
100

10
10

200
100

nA
nA

10
10

200
100

1
5

5
50

10
10
1
5

200
100
5
50

nA
nA
nA
nA

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAH. High Thresh old

FuJI

V

VAL. Low Threshold

Full

O.B

O.B

V

IA. Input Leakage Current (High or Low) (Note 3)

Full

1

1

Il A

1000

ns
ns

2.4

2.4

10...

CU

J:

HI-50B

%

5
10
50

"i::

Al
X
L
L
H
H

A2
X
L
L
L
L
H
H
H
H

EN

AO
X
L
H
L
H
L
H
L
H

L

L
H
H

L
H
H
H
H
H

"ON"
CHANNEL
NONE
1
2

'3

H

4
5
6

H
H

8

7

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tAo Access (Transition) Time

+25 0 C
Full

tOPEN. Break-Before-Make Interval

+25 0 C

70

70

ns

tON(EN). Enable Turn-On

+25 0 C

210

210

ns

tOFF(EN). Enable Turn-Off

+25 0 C

lBO

lBO

ns

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

360
600

360
600

ns
ns

Off Isolation (Note 4)

+25 0 C

6B

6B

dB

CS(O FF). Channel Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

COlO FF). Channel Output Capacitance

+25 0 C

21

21

pF

CA. Digital Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

3

3

pF

COS(OFF). Input to Output Capacitance

+25 0 C

.OB

.OB

pF

tS. Settling Tme

to 0.1%
to 0.01%

220

500
1000

220

HI-509

Al
X
L
L
H
H

AO
X
L
H
L
H

EN
L
H
H
H
H

"ON"
CHANNEL
NONE
1
2
3
4

POWER REQUIREMENTS
1+. Positive Supply Current (Note 5)

Full

2

2

rnA

1-. Negative Supply Current (Note 5)

Full

1

1

rnA

PD. Power Dissipation

Full

45

45

mW

NOTES: 1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values.
applied individually. beyond which the serviceability of the circuit may be impaired. Functional
operation under any of these cpnditions is not
necessarily implied.
2. Ten nanoamps is the practical limit for high
speed measurement in the production test
environment. Actually. IS (off) is below 100pA
for most devices. at 25 0 C.
3. Digital input leakage is primarily due to the clamp
diodes (see Schematic!' Typical leakage is less
than InA at 25 0 C.

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4. VEN = O.BV, Rl = lK. Cl = 15pF. Vs = 7VRMS.
f = 500kHz. Worst case isolation occurs on channel
4 (HI-50B) and channels 4. B (HI-509), due to
proximity of the output pins.
5. VEN = OV or 5V. All VA = O.
6. If an overvoltage condition is anticipated (analog
input exceeds either power supply voltage). the
HAR RIS HI-50BA/S09A multiplexers are
recommended.

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HI-508A/509A

HARRIS

8 Channel CMOS Analog
Multiplexers with Overvoltage Protection

L-

FEATURES

a
.....

DESCRIPTION

• ANALOG/DI GITAL OVERVO LTAGE PROTECTION
• FAIL SAFE WITH POWER LOSS (NO LATCHUP)

(.)

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• BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE SWITCHING

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• ANALOG SIGNAL RANGE

±15V

• ACCESS TIM E (TYP.l
• SUPPLY CURRENT AT 1MHz
ADDRESS TOGGLE (TYP.)

500ns
4mA
7.5mW

• STANDBY POWER (TYP.l

APPllCA TIONS

The HI-50SA and HI-509A are dielectrically isolated CMOS
analog multiplexers incorporating an important feature; they
withstand analog input voltages much greater than the supplies.
This is essential in any system where the analog inputs originate
outside the equipment. They can withstan'd a continuous input
up to 10 volts greater than either supply, which eliminates the
possibility of damage when supplies are off, but input signals
are present. Equally important, they can withstand brief input
transient spikes of several hundred volts; which otherwise
would require complex external protection networks. Necesarily, ON resistance is somewhat higher than similar unprotected devices, but very low leakage currents combine to produce low errors. Application Notes 520 and 521 further explain
these features.

• DATA ACQUISITION
The H1-50SA-2 and H1-509A-2 are specified over -55 0 C to
+125 0 C while the -5 versions are specified over OOC to +75 0 C.

• INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS

•

TELEMETRY

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

HI-50BA

Section 11 for Packaging

,-----,

HI-50BA

TOP VIEW

r-----...,

"0

AO

16

A1

EN

15

A2

-Vsup
IN1

4

IN2

",
DIGITAL
ADORESS

14

GND

13

+Vsup

12

IN5

IN3

11

IN6

IN4

10

IN7

OUT

9

IN8

"I

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AOQAESSINPUTBUFFEA

AND lEVEl SHIFTER

HI-509A

Section 11 for Packaging

,-----,

HI-509A

DECODERS

MUlTt'lEx

SWlTCHES

r-----...,

I

TOP VIEW
"0

AO

16

A1

EN

15

GND

3

14

+Vsup

4

13

IN1B

-V sup
IN1A
IN2A
IN3A

12

IN2B

6

11

IN3B

8

9

OUTB

IN4A
OUTA

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DIGITAL
ADDRESS

IN4B

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Voltage between Supply Pins

40V

Total Power 0 issipation*

V+ to Ground

20V

Operating Temperature:

VEN. VA. Digital Input Overvoltage:
VA

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HI-50BA/HI-509A-2
HI-50BA/H 1-509A-5
Storage Temperature

VSupply(+) +4V
VSupply (-) -4V
Analog Input Overvoltage:
Vs

725

VSupply (+) +20V
VSupply (-) -20V

*Derate BmW/oC above tA

mW

-55°C to +125°C
OOC to +75 0 C
-65°C to +150 0 C

= 75°C
~

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Unless Otherwise Specified)

.....oo

Supplies = +15V. -15V; VAH (Logic Level High) = +4.0V; VAL (Logic Level Low) = +O.BV
For Test Conditions. consult Performance Characterisitcs section.

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H1-50BA/509A-2
-55°C to
PARAMETER

TEMP.

MIN.

TYP.

*VS. Analog Signal Range

Full

-15

* RON. On Resistance (Note 1)

+25 0 C
Full

1.2
1.5

* IS(OFF). Off Input Leakage Current

+25 0 C
Full

0.03

+25 0 C
Full
Full

1.0

* 10(0 FF) with Input Overvoltage Applied (Note 2) +25 0 C
Full

4.0

+25 0 C
Full

0.1

C

H1-50BA/509A-5

+125 0 C

OOC to

MAX.

MIN.

+15

-15

o

(,)

+75 0 C

TYP

MAX.

UNITS

+15

V

1.5

loB

I.B

2.0

Kn
Kn

E

TRUTH TABLES

Q)

C/)

ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS

* ID(OFF). Off Output Leakage Current
HI-50BA
HI-509A

*ID(ON). On Channel Leakage Current
HI-50BA
HI-509A

1.5
loB

0.03
!50

!50

nA

!250
1. 125

nA
nA

I 1.125
4.0
0.1
~250
1.125

x

X

l

l

X l
l H

nA

l

l

H

H

pA

l H l
l H H
H l l
H l H
H H l

H

2
3

H

4

H

5
6
7

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VA L. Input Low Threshold
VAH. Input High Threshold

I

(Note 6)

* IA. Input Leakage Current (High or Low)

Full
Full

O.B
4.0

V
V

O.B
4.0

Full

1.0

"ON"
AO EN CHANNEL

Al

nA
nA
nA

!250
1.125

CU

A2

nA

2.0

~

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nA

1.0
±250

en

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H

NONE
1

H

H
H H

H

8

pA

1.0

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
, tAo Access Time
tOPEN. Break - Before Make Delay

+25 0 C

0.5

0.5

ps

+25 0 C

BO

BO

ns

1.0

tON(EN)' Enable Delay (ON)

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

tOFF (EN). Enable Delay (OFF)

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

Settling Time (0.1%)
(0,025%)

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

1.2
3.5

1.2
3.5

/1s

"OFF Isolation" (Note 3)

+25 0 C

65

65

dB

Cs (OFF). Channel Input Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

CD (OFF). Channel Output Capacitance
HI-50BA
HI-509A

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

25
12

25
12

pF
pF

CA. 0 igital I nput Capacitance

+25 0 C

5

5

pF

CDS (OFF). Input to Output Capacitance

+25 0 C

0.1

0.1

pF

ps

HI-509A

Al AO

EN

ON
SWITCH
PAIR
NONE

X

X

l

l

l

H

1

l

H H

2

H

l

H

3

H

H

H

4

POWER REOUIREMENTS
Full

7.5

Full

0.5

2.0

0.5

5.0

rnA

*1-. Current
(Note 4)
*1+. Standby (Note 5)

Full
Full

0.02
0.5

1.0
2.0

0.02
0.5

2.0
5.0

rnA
mA

* 1-. Standby (Note 5)

Full

0.02

1.0

0.02

2.0

mA

PD. Power Dissipation
*1+. Current

NOTES:

•

:§)

(Note 4)

rnW

7.5

1. VOUT = ~ 10V. IOUT= -100PA
2. Analog Overvoltage = :: 33V

4. VEN = +4.0V

3. VEN = O.8V. RL = 1 K. C L = 7pF.
Vs = 3V RMS. f = 500KHz

6. To drive from DTL/TTL Circuits. 1 Kf2 pull-up

100% Tested for Dash 8 at

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+25 0

C and

+125 0

5. VEN = 0.8V
resistors to +5.0V supply are recommended
C Only.

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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AND TEST CIRCUITS
=.25 0 C, VSUPPL Y=+15V, VAH =+4V, VAL = O.BV

UN LESS OTH ERWISE SPECI FlED: TA

~100JlA

RON

TEST CIRCUIT
NO.1

=

V2
100,llA

...

ON RESISTANCE vs.
INPUT SIGNAL LEVEL, SUPPL Y VOLTAGE

~

v2

----0
IN

"

"

~

-

~

OUT

--0
V IN

-

o
......

1.4

o

:J

"C

c

G

CD
(J)

TA - +125 0C

1.2

I

~
~

.;;;

1.1

~~
~ ~

1.5

.----

';;; +1

1.3

---

~ :;;
c: '"

~>

1.2

TA=+250C

1.0
T A = -55°C

~ 0.9

c3

NORMALIZED ON RESISTANCE
VS. SUPPLY VOLTAGE

---

I

1.3
:.::

o

o
E

ON RESISTANCE
ANALOG INPUT VOLTAGE

VS.

10-

0":

.~

0

"'"'"'

1.1

z~

1.0

~

en
1010-

I

:t12

:t13

..........

"<0-

~.~

0.8

....

1.4

I

+125 0C ~T A ~-550C _
VIN =+5V

"

...........

r-.-

0.9
0.8

-10

«S

:r:

-8

-6

-2

-4

0

2

4

8

6

±5

10

±7

±6

:t8

VIN - Analog Input (Volts)

:t9

:tl0

:tIl

:t14

:t15

Supply Voltage - Volts

LEAKAGE CURRENT VS. TEMPERATURE
TEST CIRCUIT
NO.3*

TEST CIRCUIT
NO. 2*

lOOnA
I

./

./

I
OFF OUTPUT
I- LEAKAGE CURREN~,
10 (OFF)
10nA

~~

£

OUT

I

/'

'InA

I

)rI'

/

OUT

!

:t10V-=-

-=- .. ,0V

T

l

//

~

EN --Q+O.8V

+10V

\

TEST CIRCUIT
NO.4*

I

L

./ /

:t10V--'-

LL

10(ON~

./

100pA

./

'SlO"'~
1 ..l.

.

~ O--~~IO'"

~

./
' / ON LEAKAGE
CURRENT

L

EN f--o+ O.8V

1">

*Two measurements per channel:
+10V/-10V and -10V/+10V .
(Two measurements per device for IO(OFF):
+10V/-10V and -10V/+10V.)

~ OFF INPUT
LEAKAGE CURRENt
IS(oFF)
.rl

I

OUT

I

~

1/

,....

50°

75°
Temperature _oC

100°

T

125°

1

18

I--~ I

15 5.

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81

ANALOG INPUT
/~
12 4 .... : t - -CURRENT (l1~"""

~ 6

0

0

~~

~r7
:tI5

,,""'"
./

~

(

:t10V

.I.

OUTPUT OFF
LEAKAGE CURRENT10(OFF)

:t18
:t21 ±24
±27
±30
±33
VIN - Analog Input Overvoltage (Volts)

TEST CI RCUIT
NO.5

ANALOG INPUT OVERVOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS

liN

A

L~ .,.",."'"

2.~1

<
~3 1'~ I

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V

!!2

9 3·:::

A IO(ON)

+4V

ANALOG INPUT OVER\lOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS

i.=

r-

+10V-=-

10pA
25°

~

EN

-~

:tVIN

~
~

: J

10 (OFF)

A

-

±36

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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AND TEST CIRCUITS (continued)
ON CHANNEL CURRENT vs. VOLTAGE

±14 ~--r----r---.--.---r--"---:::oJIII""_-::-:55:r;o7'1C

TEST CIRCUIT
NO.6

ON CHANNEL CURRENT
vs. VOLTAGE

~ ±121----+--+---+---t---t----:::rtf1C-~'t-+~25:no:-::iC

~

±10

U

±BI----+--+---+--~~~~+--T_~

B

±61----+--+--~~III"'F_-_t_-+--+_~

.~

V;±4I----+--",II!Oo§oI'r:;.;---t--_t_-+--+_~
±21--~~-+---+---t--4--+---+_~

±6
±B
±10
±12
VIN - Voltage Across Switch

~

o
......
o

TEST CIRCUIT
NO.7

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SUPPLY CUR RENT vs.
TOGGLE FREQUENCY

SUPPLY CURRENT vs. TOGGLE FREQUENCY
B~--r----r----r---~--'
c:(

Al

::l

u

HI-50BA

CI)

IN 2 ...-.---<:J--,
THRU

UJ
.;::

AO

j4

~

EN

50n

CU

J:

en
I

z'2~--~--~--~~~~~-~

10K
lOOK
Toggle Frequency, Hz

lK

1M

10M

V AH=4V
VA VAL = O.8V
50"0 DUTY CYCLE

I

'SIMILAR CONNECTION FOR HI-509A

TEST CIRCUIT
NO.8

ACCESS TIME vs. LOGIC LEVEL (HIGH)

ACCESS TIME vs.
LOGIC LEVEL(HIGH)

900
BOO

E
i= 700

IN 1

,

I

~

500
400

~10V

IN 2 THRU IN 7
AO

\
'"u 600

.it.

HI-50BA

EN

"

IN 8

'lOV

OUT

----...,
PROBE

I

1

............
5

I

6
B 9 10 11 12 13
VAH -Logic Level (High), Volts

14

I
I

15

L ____
.JI

• SIMILAR CONNECTION FOR HI-509A

SWITCHING WAVEFORMS
ACCESS TIME
VAH

=4.0

ADDRESS

~

YZV AH

DRIVE(VA)

VAL

I

O'V

OUTPUT A

~-10V

:

I

_I

=

I
I---+---+ VA INPUT ~-+--+-t-+--+--'r---1
2V/DIV.

-

+~

I
'A

1-

T

I

I---+---+~\~_+--+- OUTPUT A -.f+--"--+---i
Sy/DIVj

J

200ns/Div.

§)

o

Q)

E

~6

-=

c

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SWITCHING WAVEFORMS (continued)
TEST CIRCUIT
NO.9
BREAK BEFORE MAKE DELAY (tOPEN)

I~PUT

V AH = 4.0

VA
2V/DIV.

~ADDRESS

OV~

~VE(VA)

~
50%

---+l

·W

IN I
IN 2
THRU
IN 7
IN 8

A]

OUTPUT

50%

I

I

OUT

t+-

Jo-.

::::::I

o
o

en

cu

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V AH 040

~VA-L--~O-V-

I

I

I

~

1

I
90o~rl......- + I -....

l

OUTPUT

AI

IN 2
THRU

AD

IN 8

EN

OUT
GND
tK

50!]

'ONIENI I+--

'1

*HI-50SA

~

('I

+IOV

IN I
A]

I 'OFF I
- I lEN) I+--

~

IW

ENABLE DELAY (tON(EN), tOFF(EN))

J

ENABLE DRIVE

"vti'- ---t

\ I
,I

100ns/Div.

TEST CI RCUIT
NO.10
ENABLE DELAY (tON(EN), tOFF(EN))

E
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en

OUTPUT
.5V/DIV.

V

·SIMILAR CONNECTION FOR HI-509A

"'C
C

Jo-.

1\ J

1].5pF
IK

.....oo

I(

l
VOUT

'OPEN

";::

BREAK BEFORE MAKE DELAY (tOPEN)

• SIMILAR CONNECTION FOR HI-509A

ENABLE
DRIVE
2V/DIV.

,r

,

1

OUTPUT
5V/DIV.

\

100nslDlv .

'"

'-

SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
TTL REFERENCE CIRCUIT

r------- ---,

I

V+

I

I
I

I
I

I

I

I

I
I
I

IL __G,!!D_ _ _ _ _ _

ADDRESS INPUT BUFFER
AND LEVEL SHI FTER

I
I
....JI
LEVEL SHIFTER

LEVEL
SHIFTED
ADDRESS
TO DECODE

.--+----1-~

LEVEL
SH I FTED
ADDRESS
TO DECODE

I
GND
L ___________________________________
.JI

2660

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (continued)

+V

ADDRESS DECODER
TO P-CHANNEL
OEVICE OF
THE SWITCH PAl R

TO N-CHANNEL
OEVICE OF
THE SWITCH PAl R

"-

o
......
(,)

::J

"'0

V-

c

o

(,)

E
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CI)

MULTIPLEX SWITCH

(J)

";:::
"-

DE;~g~~>------------------.------------------~-.

co

:r:

OVERVOL TAGE PROTECTION

r-------V.

R11

IN
1K

V-

L __________

_____

~

OE~~~~>>---------------------~------------~

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2661

PACKAGING

TOP VIEW

~~:::::: :1

TOP VIEW

.760 + .010

1 - - - - - (19.30 + .254)

------i

L-

a
......
()

:J
U
C

a

()

.018 ± .003
(.457 ~ .076)

.100 TYP.
(2.54)

.018~.003

(.254 ~ .076)

± .3811

E
en

(4.57 ~ .076)

.100TYP.
(2.54)

.01O~

.060 TYP.
(1.52)

(.254

.002

±. .0511

Q)

en

1.
2.

0;:::
J...

co

All dimensions in inches; millimeters are shown in parentheses.
All dimensions ::!:.O1O (::!:O.25mm) unless otherwise shown.

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ORDERING INFORMATION

MODEL NUMBER

OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

H11-508/509-1

-55 0 C to +200 0 C

Hi-Temp (Includes 160 hours Burn-In)

H11-508/509-2

-55 0 C to +125 0 C

Military

H11-508/509-5

OOC to +70 0 C

Commercial

H11-508/509-6

OOC to +70 0 C

Unpackaged Cll-ips

H11-508/509-8

-55 0 C to +125 0 C

Scre.ened per MIL-STD-883/5004/
Class B

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HARRIS
SEMICONDUCTOR
PRODUCTS DIVISION
A DIVISION OF HARRIS CORPORATION

NOTICE: Harris Semiconductor's products are sold/by description only. Harris Semiconductor reserves
the right to make changes in circuit design and/or specifications atany time without notice. Accordingly,
the reader is cautioned to verify that data sheets are current before placing orders.

2662

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mHARRIS

HI-516
16 Channel/Differential
8 Channel CMOS High Speed
Analog Multiplexer
DESCRIPTION

FEATURES

L.

• ACCESS TIME (TYP)

lOOns

• SETTLING TIME (Typ TO 0.01%)

800ns

•

LOW LEAKAGE IS OFF
10 OFF

lOpA
35pA

LOW CAPACITANCE Cs OFF
CD OFF

2.5pF
18pF

•

HIGH OFF ISOLATION AT lMHz

80dB

•

LOW CHARGE INJECTION

0.3pC

•

• SINGLE ENDED TO DIFFERENTIAL·
SELECTABLE (SDS)
•

LOGIC LEVEL SELECTABLE (LLS)

DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS

•

PRECISION INSTRUMENTATION

•

INDUSTRIAL CONTROL

The HI-516 is a monolithic dielectrically isolated, high speed, high performance CMOS analog multiplexer. It offers unique built-in channel selection decoding plus an inhibit input for disabling all channels. The dual
function of address input A3 enables the HI-516 to be user programmed
either as a single ended 16-channel multiplexer by connecting 'out A' to
'out B' and using A3 as a digital address input, or as an 8-channel differential multiplexer by connecting A3 to the V- supply. The substrate leakages and parasitic capacitances are reduced substantially using the Harris
dielectric isolation process to achieve optimum performances in both high
and low level signal applications. The low output leakage current (10 Off
< 100pA @ 25 0 C) and fast settling (tSETTLE = 800ns to 0.01%) characteristics of the device make it an ideal choice for high speed data acquisition
systems, precision instrumentation, and industrial process controls.
The HI-516 is available in a 28 lead dual-in-line package. HI-516-5 is
specified for operation over OOC to +75 0 C, and the HI-516-2 over -55 0 C
to +125 0 C. Processing to MIL-STD-883A, Class B screening is available
by selecting the H1-516-8.

APPLICA TIONS
•

o
.....
(,)

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

VOO/LLS

'r------

TOP VIEW

I
I

V+

28

OUT A

EN>+---------4~

OUT B

27

V-

Ao>-t---------~-+-I

NC

26

IN8/SA

IN16/8B

4

25

IN7/7A

IN15/7B

24

IN6/6A

IN 14/6B

23

IN5/5A

IN13/5B

22

IN4/4A

IN12/4B

21

IN3/3A

IN11/3B

20

IN2/2A

IN10/2B

10

19

IN1/1A

IN911B

11

18

ENABLE

GND

12

17

AO

VDD/LLS

13

16

A1

A3/ SDS

14

15

A2

IN 1A

A1 >-+-------.-+-1_+_1
A2>-t-------~HH_+_I

A3

I
A3 Decode
A3 Q Q

I
I
I
I

H

H L

L

L H

I

v-

L L

I

I

I
I
I
I
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INPUT BUFFER ANO DECODERS

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MULTIPLEXER
SWITCHES

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Digital Inp ut Overvoltage:

Voltage Between Supply Pins

-6V < VAH < +6V
A2 VSUPPL Y (-)
VSUPPL Y(+)
GNO

TTL
CMOS

-2V
+2V
-2V

{

~

1200mW
-55 0C to,+125 0C
OOC to 75 0C
0
-65 C to 150 0C

HI-516-2
H1-516-5

Analog Input Voltage:
Vs

33V

Total Power Oissipation*
Operating Temperature Ranges:

Storage Temperature Range
+2V
-2V

VSUPPL Y(+)
VSUPPL yH

75 0C

*Oerate 8mW/oC above tA

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Unless otherwise specified) Supplies=+15V,-15V;VAH (Logic Level High) =+2.4V,

.....o

VAL (Logic Level Low) = +O.8V; Voo/LLS = Open (Note 6)

:::l

-55 0C to +125 0C

o

"C

c:

PARAMETER

o
o

TEMP

MIN

Full
+25 0C
Full
+25 0C
Full
+25 0C
Full
+25 0C
Full

-15

TYP

00Cto+75 0C

MAX

MIN

+15
750
1,000

-15

TYP

MAX

UNITS

+15
750
1,000

n
n

ANALOG CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS

E
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VS, Analog Signal Range
RON, On Resistance (Note 1)

en
en

0;::
~

IS (0 FF), Off Input Leakage Current

ct'S

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IO(OFF), Off Output Leakage Current
IO(ON), On Channel Leakage Current

620
770
0.01
0.38
0.035
0.48
0.04
0.56

620
700
0.01
0.38
0.035
0.48
0.04
0.56

50
100
100

50
100
100

V

nA
nA
nA
nA
nA
nA

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
VAL Input Low Threshold (TTL)
VAH Input High Threshold (TTL)
VAH Input Low Threshold (CMOS)
VAH Input High Threshold (CMOS)
IAH Input Leakage Current (High)
IAL Current (Low)
SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tA, Access Time
. tOPEN, Break before make delay
tON(EN), Enable Delay (IN) .
tOFF(EN), Enable Delay (OFF)
Settling Time (0.1%)
(0.01%)
Charge Injection (N ote 2)
Off Isolation (Note 3)
CS(O FF), Channel Input Ca.pacitance
CO(OFF), Channel Output Capacitance
CA, Digital Input Capacitance
COS(OFF), Input to Output Capacitance
POWER REQUIREMENTS
PO, Power Dissipation
1+, Current (Note 4)
1-, Current (Note 4)
1+, Standby (Note 5)
1-, Standby (Note 5)
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.

2664

VIN=±'10V,IOUT=-100IlA
VIN = OV, CL = 100pF, Enable input
pulse = 3V, f = 500k Hz
VEN = O.BV, Vs = 3VRMS, f = 500kHz,
CL = 40pF, R L = 1 k, Pin 3 grounded

Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full

0.8
2.4

0.8
2.4

0. 3V OO
0. 7V OO

0. 3V OO
0. 7V OO

0.05
4

1
25

0.05
4

1
25

+25 0C·
Full
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C
+25 0C

100
120
20
100
80
250
800
0.33
90
2.5
18
5
0.02

150
200

100
120
20
100
80

150
200

Full
Full
Full
Full
Full

525
17.5
17.5
17.0
17.0

150
125

250
800
0.33
90
2.5
18
5
0.02

25
25
25
25

525
17.5
17.5
17.0
17.0

30
30
30
30

V
V
V
V
JJA
JJA
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
pC
dB
pF
, pF
pF
pF
mW
mA
mA
mA
mA

4.
5.

VEN = +2.4V
VEN = O.BV

6.

VOO/LLS Pin = Open or Grounded for TTL CompatibilitY
VOO/LLS Pin = VOO for CMOS Compatibility

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TRUTH TABLES
HI-516 USED AS A 16-CHANNEL MULTIPLEXER OR

HI-516 USED ASA DIFFERENTIAL
8-CHANNEL MULTIPLEXER

8 CHANNEL DIFFERENTIAL MULTIPLEXER *
USE A3 AS DIGITAL
ADDRESS INPUT

A3 CONNECT TO V- SUPPL Y

ON CHANNEL TO

ON CHANNEL TO
ENABLE

A2

A1

AO

OUT A

OUT B

L

X

X

X

NONE

NONE

H

L

L

L

1A

1B

H

L

L

H

2A

2B

NONE

H

L

H

L

3A

3B

o
......

3A

NONE

H

L

H

H

4A

4B

:J
"0

H

4A

NONE

H

H

L

L

5A

5B

o
o

L

L

5A

NONE

H

H

L

H

6A

6B

H

L

H

6A

NONE

H

H

H

L

7A

7B

en

H

H

L

7A

NONE

H

H

H

H

8A

8B

0L:

ENABLE

A3

AO

OUT A

OUT B

A2

A1

L

X

X

X

X

NONE

NONE

H

L

L

L

L

1A

NONE

H

L

L

L

H

2A

H

L

L

H

L

H

L

L

H

H

L

H

H

L

H

L

H

L

H

H

H

8A

NONE

H

H

L

L

L

NONE

1B

H

H

L

L

H

NONE

2B

H

H

L

H

L

NONE

3B

H

H

L

H

H

NONE

4B

H

H

H

L

L

NONE

5B

H

H

H

L

H

NONE

6B

H

H

H

H

L

NONE

7B

H

H

H

H

H

NONE

8B

~

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en

L..

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• For 16-Channel single-ended function, tie 'out A' to
'out B', for dual8-channel function use the A3 address
pin to select between MUX A and MUX B, where MUX A
is selected with A3 low.

©

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2665

mHARRIS
"-

HI-518
8 Channel/Differential
4 Channel CMOS High Speed
Analog Multiplexer

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

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• ACCESS TIM E (TYP)
• SETTLING TIME (0.1%)
• LOW LEAKAGE IS !OFF)
10 (OFF)

80ns
250ns
50pA
100pA
2pF
10pF
75dB

• LOW CAPACITANCE (TYP) Cs (OFF)
CD (OFF)
• HIGH OFF ISOLATION @ (1MHz)
• SINGLE ENDED TO
DIFFERENTIAL MODE SELECTABLE (SDS)
• LOGIC LEVEL SELECTABLE (LLS)
• LOW CHARGE INJECTION

O.3pC

APPLICATIONS

The HI-518 is a monolithic, high performance, high speed Analog
Multiplexer, constructed utilizing the Harris Dielectrically isolated
CM OS process.
This device has the added feature that it can be user programmed
either as a single ended 8-channel multiplexer by connecting 'out A'
to 'out B' and using A2 as a digital address input,
or as a 4channel differential multiplexer by connecting A2 to the V- supply •
TTL or CM OS compatibility is also selectable. Low leakage current,
10 off < 100pA @ 25 0 C, and fast settling, 250ns to O.1%,characteristics of this device make it an ideal choice for high speed data
acquisition systems, precision instrumentation and industrial process
controls.
The H1-518 is available in an 18 lead 0 ual-in-Line Package. The
H1-518-5 is specified for operation over OOC to +75 0 C, and the
HI-518-2 over -55 0 C to +125 0 C. Processing toMIL-STD-883A
Class B screening is available by selecting the H1-518-8.

• DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS
• INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS
• TELEMETRY

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

TOP VIEW

r----

+V
OUT B

VDDfllS

IN1A

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Ao >--+-------1...-t-i--i

INS/4B

A1 >---+---~-+-t-H
A2

IN 7/3B
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IN 6/2B

IN 1B

A2 DECODE

IN 5/1B

GND

DECODER

VDD/LLS
A2ISDS

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Digital Input Overvoltage:
TTL

{-6V < VAH < +6V
A2 VSUPPL Y (-)

-2V
+2V
-2V

CMOS { VSUPPL Y(+)
GND
Analog Input Voltage:

+2V
-2V

VSUPPL y(+)
Vs

{

Voltage Between Supply Pins
Total Power 0 issipation*
Operating Temperatu re Ranges:
HI-518-2
HI-518-5
Storage Temperature Range
*Derate 8mW/oC above tA

VSUPPLY(~

33V
725mW
-55 0 C to +125 0 C
DoC to 75 0 C
0
-65 C to 150 0 C
75 0 C

(Unless otherwise specified) Supplies = +15V, -15V; VAH (Logic Level High)
VAL (Logic Level Low) = +O.8V; VDD/LLS = Open (Note 6).

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

-550C to +125 0C
TEMP

PARAMETER

MIN

TYP

=+2.4V,

OOC to +750C

MAX

MIN

TYP

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'0

UNITS

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CHARACTE RISTICS

()

Full
+25 0C
Full

Vs Analog Signal Range
RON On Resistance (Note 1)

-15

+15
480
700

ID (OFF) Off Output
Leakage Current

+25 0 C
Full
+25 0C
Full

0.10
0.30

ID (ON) On Channel
Leakage Current

+25 0 C
Full

0.10
0.30

IS (OFF) Off Input
Leakage Current

0.05
0.60

-15

+15

V

750
1000

n
n

750
1000

480
700

50

0.05
0.60

50

nA
nA

50

0.10
0.30

50

nA
nA

50

0.10
0.30

50

nA
nA

0.8

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CHARACTERISTICS
VAL Input Low Threshold (TTL)

Full

VAH Input High Threshold (TTL)

Full

VAL Input Low Threshold (CMOS)

Full

VAH Input High Threshold (CMOS)

Full

IAH Input Leakage Current (High)

Full

0.05

1

IAH Input Leakage Current (Low)

Full

4

+25 0C
Full
+25 0C

80
110
80

150

tOFF (EN), Enable Delay (OFF)

+25 0C
+25 0C

60

125

Settling Time (0.1 %)

+25 0C

250

250

+25 0C

800

800

Charge Injection (Note 2)

+250C

0.3

0.3

pC

Off Isolation (N ote 3)

+250C
+25 0C

86

86

dB

1.9

1.9

pF

0.8
2.4

2.4

V
0.3VDD

V

0.05

1

pA

20

4

20

pA

125
150

80
110

125
150

ns

80

150

ns

60

125

ns

0.3VDD

V

O.7VDD

O.7VDD

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
tA, Access Time
tOPEN, Break before make Delay
tON (EN), Enable Delay (ON)

(0.01%)

Cs (0 FF) Channel I nput Capacitance
CD (0 FF) Channel
Output Capacitance

20

20

ns

ns

+250C
+25 0C

10

10

pF

CA, Digital Input Capacitance

3

3

pF

CDS (OFF) Inputto Output
Capacitance

+25 0C

0.02

0.02

pF

PD, Power Dissipation

Full

360

450

360

540

mW

1+, Current (N ote 4)

Full

12

15

12

18

mA

1-, Current (Note 4)

Full

12

15

12

18

mA

1+, Standby (Note 5)

Full

11.5

15

11.5

18

mA

1-, Standby (Note 5)

Full

11.5

15

11.5

18

mA

POWER REQUIREMENTS

NOTES:
1.
2.

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VIN = OV, CL = 100pF, Enable
Input pulse = 3V, f = 500kHz.

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VEN = .O.8V, Vs =3VRMS, f = 500kHz,
CL = 40pF, RL = 1 k. Due to the pin
to pin capacitance between IN 8/4B
(Pin 3) and Out B (Pin 2) channel
8/4B exhibits GOdB of Off Isolation
under the above test conditions.

4.
5.
G.

VEN = +2.4V.
VEN=O.8V.
VDD/LLS Pin = Open or grounded for TTL compatibility.
VDD/LLS Pin = VDD for CMOS
compatibility.

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HI-518 USED AS 8 CHANNEL MULTIPLEXER OR
4 CHANNEL DIFFERENTIAL MULTIPLEXER
USE A2 AS DIGITAL
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A2 CONNECT TO
v- SUPPLY

ON CHANNEL TO

ENABLE

A2

A1

AO

OUT A

OUT B

ENABLE

A1

AO

OUT A

OUT B

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H
H
H
H
H
H
H

X
L
L
L
L
H
H
H
H

X
L
L
H
H
L
L
H
H

X
L
H
L
H
L
H
L
H

NONE
1A
2A
3A
4A
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE

NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
1B
2B
3B
4B

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H
H
H

X
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L
H
H

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2A
3A
4A

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4 Channel
Video Multiplexer
DESCRIPTION

FEATURES

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CROSSTALK (10MHz)

•

FAST ACCESS TIME

> 60dB
150ns

•

FAST SETTLING TIME (0.01%)

•

TTL COMPATIBLE

600ns

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Three CMOS transmission gates are used in each channel, as compared
to the single gate in more conventional CMOS multiplexers. This provides a double. barrier to the unwanted coupling of signals from each
input to the output. In addition, Dielectric Isolation (DI) processing
helps to insure that Crosstalk exceeds 60dB at 10MHz.

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The H1-524 is well suited to the rapid switching of video signals in
telemetry, instrumentation, radar and video systems. It is packaged
in an 18 pin ceramic DIP and operates on± 15V supplies .

WIDEBAND SWITCHING

TV VIDEO

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The H1-524 is a four channel CMOS analog multiplexer designed to
process single-ended video signals with bandwidths up to 10MHz. The
chip includes a 1 of 4 decoder for channel selection and an Enable
input to inhibit all channels (chip select).

The H1-524 is designed to operate into a wideband buffer amplifier
such as the HA RRIS HA-5190. The multiplexer chip includes two
"on" switches in series, for use as a feedback element with the amplifier.
This feedback resistance matches and tracks the channel RON resistance, to minimize the amplifier VOS and its variation with temperature.

APPllCA TIONS

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The performance levels available are: H11-524-2, -55 0 C to +125 0 C
operating range; HI1-524-5, OOC to +75 0 C operating range and
H11-524-8, -55 0 C to +125 0 C operating range plus 100% screening
per MIL-STD-883/Method 5004/Class B. Chips for hybrid applications
are designated H10-524-6.

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging
12

TOP VIEW
+V
OUT
SIG GND
SIG GND
IN 4
SIG GND
IN 3
PWR GND
A1

FB (IN)

-V

SIG GNO

>---+-_---1

IN 2

16

FB (OUT) .
SIG GND
IN 2

FBIOUT)
SIG GNO

>---+-----1

SIG GND
IN 1
EN

SIG GNO

>--+-----'

IN 4

AO
SIG GNO

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AO

EN

X

X

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H
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ON
CHANNEL
NONE
1*

2
3
4

SIG GNO

-15V

PWR +15V

EN

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SELECTED IN THE DIAGRAM

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Digital Input Overvoltage:
-6V < VAH < +6V

Voltage Between Supply Pins
Either Supply to Ground
Total Power 0 issipation
Operating Temperature Range:
HI-524-2,-B
HI-524-5
Storage Temperature Range

Analog Input (VS) or Output (Va)
+VSUPPl y +2V
-VSUPPl Y -2V

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
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-55 0 e to +125 0 e
ooe to 75 0 e
-65 0 e to 150 0 e

(Unless otherwise specified) Supplies=+15V,-15V;VAH (logic level High) =+2.4V,
VAL = (logic level low) =+O.BV;VEN =+2.4V

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33V

16.5V
750mW

TEMP

MIN

Full
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
Full
Full

-10

TYP

H1-524-5
OOC to +75 0 C

MAX

MIN

+10

-10

TYP

MAX

UNITS

+10

V
n
n
nA
nA
nA
nA
nA
nA
MHz

(,)

VS, Analog Signal Range
RON, On Resistance (Note 1)

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ID (OFF), Off Output Leakage Current (Note 2)
ID (ON), On Channel Leakage Current (Note 2)
3dB Bandwidth: (Note 3)

700

700
1.5K

1.5K
0.2'

0.2
50

50
0.2

0.2
50

50
0.7

0.7
50

50
20

20

Digital I nput Characteristics
VAL Input Low Threshold (TTL)
VAH Input High Threshold (TTL)
IAH Input Leakage Current (High)
IAL Current (Low)

Full
Full
Full
Full

V
V
IJA
IJA

0.8

0.8
2.4

2.4
0.05
4

1
25

0.05
4

1
25

150

300

150

300

Switching Characteristics
tA, Access Time (Note 4)
tOPEN, Break before make delay (Note 4)
tON (EN), Enable Delay (ON), Rl = 500n
tOFF (EN), Enable Delay (OFF), RL = 500n
Settling Time (0.1%) (Note 4)
(0.01%)
Crosstalk (Note 5)
CS (0 FF), Channel I nput Capacitance
CD (OFF), Channel Output Capacitance
CA, Digital I nput Capacitance

+25 0 C
Full
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

20
180
180
200
600
-65

6
4
5

20
180
180
200
600
-65
6
4
5

25
25
25
25

540
18
18
18
18

300
250

ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
dB
pF
pF
pF

Power Requirements
PD, Power Dissipation
1+, Current (V EN = 2.4V) (Note 6)
1-, Current (VEN = 2.4V) (Note 6)
1+, Standby (V EN = 0.8V) (Note 6)
1-, Standby (VEN = 0.8V) (Note 6)

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1.

VIN = OV; lOUT = 100
(See Test Circuit;C;e 1)

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2.

VO=±'10V;VS=+10V
(See Test Circuits =# 2,3,4)

3.

MUX output is buffered with HA-S190 as
shown in Applications section.

4.

(See Test Circuit.it 5)

540
18
18
18
18

Full
Full
Full
Full
Full

mW
rnA
rnA
rnA
rnA

25
25
25
25

5.

VIN = 10MHz, 3Vp-p on one channel, with any
other channel selected. (Worst case is channel 3
selected with input on channel 4.)
M U X output is
buffered with HA-S190 as shown in Applications
section. Terminate all channels with 7Sr2. .

6.

Supply currents vary less than O.SmA for switching
rates from DC to 2MHz.

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PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AND TEST CIRCUITS
(UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED TA

= 25 0 C,.vSUPPLY = ± 15V, VAH = 2.4V, VAL = O.8V)
ON RESISTANCE
ON RESISTANCE VS. ANALOG
INPUT VOLTAGE
1,000

---V2---

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600

-

SOO

f--o

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TA = -SSoc

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VIN (VOLTS)

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TA = +2SoC

700

RON (n)

--lOUT 100pA

IN

TA = +12So C

800

-

900

TEST CI RCUIT NO.1

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800

700+---r----,--,-~-._~_,-._-,--._~~

9.0

9.S 10.0 10.S 11.0 11.S 12.0 12.5 13.013.5 14.0 14.S 15.0
(VOLTS)

LEAKAGE CURRENT
TEST CIRCUIT NO. 2*
EN

f----o +O.8V

*Two measurements per channel:
+10V/-10V and -10V/+10V.
(Two measurements per device for IO(OFF):
+10V/-10V and -10V/+10V.)

LEAKAGE CURRENT
VS. TEMPERATURE

3~-4---+--4---+---~~~~~

TEST CIRCUIT NO. 3*

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LEAKAGE 0.8
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0.4 / "

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0.3 f----+---+/----:,.q----+----t---t----1

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TEST CIRCUIT NO.5

SETTLING TIME
ACCESS TIME
BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE DELAY
HI-524

-0-0-

±3V 0--

HA-5190
l-

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TIME MEASUREMENT.)

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DRIVE (VA)

1.6V

-

-

VAH = 2.4V

-

-

VAL = OV

7"-

-

-

--HA-S190
OUTPUT

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

,

+3V

---

-

1 - . - - ACCESS TIME, tA

I--OV-

SETTLING TIME, ts

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-3V

±O.l% OF F/S
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ACCESS TIME

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earlier, the 524 includes a feedback element for the amplifier
which matches and tracks the channel "ON" resistance.

Often it is desirable to buffer the H1-524 output, to avoid
loading errors due to the channel "ON" resistance:
HI-524

CH 1

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Note that the on-chip feedback element between pins 16 and 18
includes two switches in series, to simulate a channel resistance.
These switches open for VEN = Low. This allows two or more
HI-524's to operate into one HA-5190, with their feedback
elements connected in parallel. Thus, only the selected multiplexer provides feedback, and the amplifier remains stable.

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All HI-524 package pins labeled 'SIG GND' (pins 3, 4,6,13,
15) should be externally connected to signal ground for best
Crosstal k performance.

0--.-=-=+HA-5190

BUFFERED
OUTPUT

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INSTABILITY AT THE OUTPUT.

The main requirement for the buffer amplifier is a full power
bandwidth high enough to avoid attenuation of the video
signal. The HARRIS HA-5190 is well suited for this purpose;
in fact the H1-524 was designed to be compatible with the
5190. This 524/5190 combination offers a 3dB bandwidth of
at least 20M Hz, for a 3V peak-to-peak input. As mentioned

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HI-524 supply pin to power ground (pins 1 and 17 to pin 8).
Locate the buffer amplifier near the H1-524 so the two capacitors may bypass both devices.
If an analog input lV or greater is present when supplies are
off, a low resistance is seen from that input to a supply line.
(For example, the resistance is approximately 160n for an
input of -3V.) Current flow may be blocked by a diode in
each supply line, or limited by a resistor in series with each
channel. The best solution, of course, is to arrange that no
digital or analog inputs ~re present when the power supplies
are off.

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HI-539
.Monolithic, Four Channel,
Low Level, Differential Multiplexer

FEATURES

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DESCRIPTION

DIFFERENTIAL PERFORMANCE, TYP.:
• LOW ~RON, +125 0 C
• LOW ~ID(ON), +125 0 C
• LOW ~(CHARGE INJECTION)
• LOW CROSSTALK

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SETTLIN G TIME, ±.0.01%

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WIDE SUPPLY RANGE

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BREAK-BEFORE-MAKE SWITCHING

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NO LATCH-UP

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APPllCA TIONS .
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LOW LEVEL DATA ACQUISITION

The Harris H1-539 is a monolithic, four channel, differential multiplexer.
Two digital inputs are provided for channel selection, plus an Enable input
to disconnect all channels.
Performance is guaranteed for each channel over'the range ± 1OV, but is optimized for low level differential signals. Leakage current, for example, which
varies slightly with input voltage, has its distribution centered at zero for
zero input volts.
In most monolithic multiplexers, the net differential offset due to thermal
effects becomes significant for low level signals. This problem is minimized
in the H1-539 by symmetrical placement of critical circuitry with respect
to the few heat producing devices.
The H1-539 will be offered in both commercial and military temperature
ranges, with screening available for MIL-STD-883, Class B. Supply voltages
are ± 15V and power consumption is only 2.5mW. The package is a 16 pin
ceramic DIP.

• PRECISION INSTRUMENTATION
• TEST SYSTEMS

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r----'

TOP VIEW
AO-1

16 r-- A1

EN-2

15 r-- GND

-Vps- 3

14 r-- +Vps

IN1A-4

13 r-- IN1B

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BUFFER AND
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DECODERS

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Voltage Between Supply Pins (V ps+, Vps-l

40V

Voltage from either Supply to Ground

20V

Analog Input Voltage, Vs

Vps - ~ Vs ~ Vps+

Digital Input Voltage, VA

Vps- ~ VA ~ Vps+

Internal Power Dissipation (Derate
8mW/oC above +750C ambient)
Operating Temperature Range
H1-539-2, -8
HI-539-4
HI-539-5

-65 0 C to +150 0C

Storage Temperature Range

725mW

-550C to +1250C
-25 0C to +85 0C
OOC to +75 0 C

(Unless otherwise specified) Supplies = ±. 15V, VEN = +4.0V,
VAH (Logic Level High) =+4.0V, VAL (Logic Level Low) =+O.8V.
See the Performance Characteristics Section for test circuits and conditions.
Selected parameters are defined in the Definitions Section.

E lECTR ICAl CHARACTER ISTICS

HI-539-2. -8
TEMP

PARAMETER

TYP

MAX (MINI

L-

a
.....
u

:l

"'C

HI-539-4. -5
TYP

MAX (MINI

C

a

UNITS

u

E

ANALoGCHANNELCHARA~

Q)

Full

VS. Analog Signal Range

V

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

650
700
950
1.1 k

850
900
1.3K
l.4k

650
700
800
900

850
900
lK
1.1k

n
n
n

..lRoN [SideA-SideBI
VIN = OV
VIN =! 10V
VIN=OV
VIN=±10V

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

4.0
4.5
4.75
5.5

24
27
28
33

4.0
4.5
4.0
4.5

24

H

IS(OFFI. Off Input Leakage Current
(Note 1l
Condition OV
Condition: 10V
Conultiun OV
Condition ~ 10V

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

30
100
2
5

200

..lIS(oFFl. [Side A - Side BJ
Cundition OV
Condition ~ 10V
Condition OV
Condition ~ 10V

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

3
10
0.2
0.5

100

10(OFFl. Off Output Leakage Current
(Note II
Condition OV
Condition ~ 10V
Condition OV
Condition: 10V

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

30
100
2
5

200

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

3
10
0.2
0.5

100

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

50
150
5
6

200

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
Full
Full

10
30
0.5
0.6

100

+25 0 C
Full

0.02
0.70

. ..llo(OFFl. [Side A - Side BJ
Condition OV
Condition ~ 10V
Condition OV
Condition :t. 10V
10(oNl. On Channel Leakage Current
(Note II
Condition OV
Condition ± 10V
Condition OV
Condition ± 10V
..llo(oNl [Side A - Side BI
Condition OV
Condition: 10V
Condition OV
Condition : 10V
..lVoS. Differential Offset Voltage

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(-10)/+10

= OV
= ± 10V
= OV
= ~ 10V

RON. On Resistance VIN
VIN
VIN
VIN

©

(-10)/+10

27

~

n

30
100
0.2
0.5

200

pA
pA
nA
nA

3
10
0.02
0.05

100

30
100
0.2
0.5

200

3
10
0.02
0.05

100

50
150
0.5
0.8

200

100

5
6

10
30
0.05
0.08

0.5
0.8

pA
pA
nA
nA

0.04
10

0.02
0.08

0.04
1.0

p.V
fJV

2
5

10
25

0.2
0.5

1
2.5

10-

co

:r:

n

27

1
2.5

en

"L:

S2

24

10
25

C/)

2

pA
pA
nA
nA

pA
pA
nA
nA

I

2
5

25
40

0.2
0.5

2.5
4.0

pA
pA
nA
nA

pA
pA
nA
nA

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SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)

HI-539-2, -8
PARAMETER

TEMP

TYP

MAX (MIN)

HI-539-4, -5
TYP

MAX (MIN)

UNITS

DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

s...

o
......
(,)

VAL I nput Low Threshold

Full

0.8

0.8

V

VAH, Input High Threshold

Full

(4.0)

(4.0)

V

IAH, Input Leakage Current (High)

Full

1

1

!J.A

IAL, Input Leakage Current (Low)

Full

1

1

!J.A

SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS

::l

TA, Access Time

+25 0 C
Full

250
450

750
1,000

250
.450

750
1,000

ns
ns

T open, Break-Before-Make Delay

+25 0 C
Full

85

(30)
(30)

85

(30)
(30)

ns
ns

TON(EN), Enable Delay On

+25 0 C
Full

250

750
1,000

250

750
1,000

ns
ns

TOFF(EN), Enable Delay Off

+25 0 C
Full

160

650
900

160

650
900

ns
ns

Settling Time, to ±.0.01%

+25 0 C

0.9

0.9

J1s

Charge Injection (Output)

Full

3

3

pC

...l Charge Injection (Output)

Full

0.1

0.1

pC

Charge I njection (I nput)

Full

10

10

pC

Differential Crosstalk (Note 3)

+25 0 C

124

124

dB

Single Ended Crostalk (Note 3)

+25 0 C

100

100

dB

"C

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en

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s...

co

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CS(o FF), C~annel I nput Capacitance

Full

5

5

pF

CO(OFF), Channel Output Capacitance

Full

7

7

pF

CO(oN), Channel On Output Capacitance

Full

17

17

pF

CDS, Input to Output Capacitance (Note 4)

Full

0.08

0.08

pF

CA, Digital Input Capacitance

Full

3

3

pF

+25 0 C
Full

2.5

+25 0 C
Full

0.150

+25 0 C
Full

0.001

Full

:t15

POWER REQUIREMENTS
PO, Power Dissipation

1+ Current

1- Current

:t V, Supply Voltage Range

45

mW
mW

2.0

mA
mA

1.0

mA
mA

2.5
45
0.150
2.0
0.001
1.0

(:':. 5)1 :':. 18

:':. 15

(~

5)1 ~ 18

V

,NOTES
1. See Test Circuits :tf2, 3, 4. The condition

±. 10V means:

IS(OFF) and ID(OFF): (VS = +10V, VD "-10V), then
(VS" -10V, VD" +10V)
IO(oN) :
(+10V, then -10V)
2.

~ Vas (Exclusive of thermocouple effects) "

See Applications section for discussion of additional VOS
error.
3. VIN" 1kHz, 15V p_p on all but the selected channel. See
Test Circuit.:tt 9.
4. Calculated from typical Single-Ended Crosstalk performance.

RON ...lID(oN) + ID(oN) ~~ON.

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mHARRIS

HI=562A
12 Bit High Speed Monolithic
Digital-to-Analog Converter
DESCRIPTION

FEATURES

~

2mA, F.S.

• OUTPUT CU RRENT
• MONOLITHIC CONSTRUCTION

300ns TO 0.01% (TYP.)

• EXTREMELY FAST SETTLING

±10ppm/ oC (MAX.)

• LOWGAINORIFT

±1I2 LSB (MAX.)

• EXCEL LENT LI NEAR ITY
• OESIGNED FOR MINIMUM GLITCHES
• MONOTONIC OVER TEMPERATURE
• NOTE:

HI-562A IS RECOMMENDED FOR NEW DESIGNS

APPllCA TIONS
• CRT DISPLAY GENERATION
• HIGH SPEED AID CONVERTERS
• VIDEO SIGNAL RECONSTRUCTION
• WAVEFORM SYNTHESIZERS

The Harris HI-562A is the first monolithic digital-to-analog converter to combine both ultra-high speed performance and 12-bit
accuracy on the same chip. The H1-562A's fast output current
settling of 300ns to 0.01% is achieved using dielectric isolation
processing to reduce internal parasitics for fast rise and fall times
during switching. Output glitches are minimized in the HI-562A
by incorporating equally weighted current sources switched into
an R-2R ladder network for symmetrical turn-ON and turn-OFF
switching times. This creates within the chip a very uniform
constant thermal distribution for excellent linearity and also
completely eliminates thermal transients during switching. High
stability thin film resistor processing together with laser trimming
provide the H1-562A with guaranteed true 12-bit linearity to
within ±112 LSB maximum at +25 0 C for -4 and -5 parts, and to
within ±1/4 LSB maximum at +25 0 C for -2 and -8 parts. The H1562A is recommended as a replacement for higher cost hybrid and
modular units for increased reliability and accuracy in applications
such as CRT displays, precision instruments and data acquisition
systems requiring throughput rates as a high as 3.3 MHz for full
range transitions. Its small size makes it an ideal choice as the
heart of high speed AID converter designs or as a building block
in high speed or high resolution industrial process control systems.
The HI-562A is also ideally suited for aircraft and space instrumentation where operation over a wide temperature range is
required.

• HIGH SPEED DATA ACQUISITION
The H1-562A-5 is specified for operation over OoC to +75 0 C,
the HI-562A-4 over -25 0 C to +85 0 C and the HI-562A-2 and HI562A-8 over -55 0 C to +125 0 C. Processing MIL-STD-883A Class
B screening is available by selecting the H1-562A-8. All are
available in a hermetically sealed 24-lead dual-in-line package.

• HIGH-REL APPLICATIONS
.• PRECISION INSTRUMENTS

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

PINOUT
Section 11 for Packaging

TOP VIEW
V ps +

LOGfcMSOEs~g~
* VREF

1

-~~24
~23

2-

BIT 1 (MSB) IN
TTl/CMOS
LOGIC
LEVEL BIT liN

BIT 21N

(LO IN)

3-

-22

BIT 31N

N/C

4-

-21

BIT 41N

VREF (HI IN)

5-

-20

BIT 51N

GND

V+

SELECT (MSBI

BIT 121N
2

3

6-

HI-562A

f--19

VREF (HIINi

BIPOLAR R IN

7-

~18

BIT 7 IN

8-

~17

BIT 81N

IOAC OUT

9-

f--16

BIT 91N

10V SPAN R 10-

f--15

BIT 10 IN

20V SPAN R 11-

~14

BIT 111N

~13

BIT 12 (LSB) IN

cv-=-

U. J

'--------'

7

8

9

r-- ---- - - - -

10

2K

2K

lK

lK

2K
lK

2K
lK

2K
lK

2K
lK

3
20pF
VRH (LO IN)

11

Of

(lSB)

11 Sr.

--:-t-~=~2K

lK

~: ":U. I LILlI: I .. L L! .~I
4K

12-

6

BIT 61N

BIPOLAR ROUT

* GNO

5

"U ? ? ott!o,!",!"!,,,~",o!,
r - - -- .. - -

Vps-

4

i
2K

2K :

I ~~ :

lK

lK

11K

l

~

LK.

L~~

I~ (.::~

B.75K B.75K B.75K a.75K 8.15K~.75K S.75K a.75K a.75K a.75K a.75K S.75Kls.75K S.75K----0
---6

-

BIPOLAR
R IN

v-

*Pin 3 connected to bottom case
for high frequency shielding.

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Power Supply Inputs
Reference Inputs

aLt5

(Referred to Ground)'
Power Dissipation

+20V
-20V

Vps+
VpsVREF (Hi)

iVps

Digital Inputs

Bits 1-12
-lV, +12V
CM OSITTL Logic Select -lV, +12V

Outputs

Pins 7, 8, 10, 11
Pin 9

Pd, Package

1000mW

Operating Temperature Range
-55 0 C to +125 0 C
-25 0 C to +85 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C
-55 0 C to +125 0 C

HI-562A-2
HI-562A-4
HI-562A-5
HI-562A-8

iVps
+Vps, -5V

-65 0 C to +150 0 C

Storage Temperature Range

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (@+25 0 C, Vps +, =+5V, Vps - = -15V, VREF =+10V, pin 2 tied to pin 12
unless otherwise noted)

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C

H1-562A-21H 1-562A-8

a

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E

PARAMETER

CONDITIONS

Q)

INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

en

Digita!lnputs (3)

en
L-

etS

1'0'"' v"""
logic "I"
logic "0"

I

TYP

I

MAX

MIN

I

TYP

I

MAX

UNITS

0.8

V
V

100
-100

nA
/-lA

0.3V ps+

V
V

100
-100

nA
/-lA

Bit ON "logic 1"
Bit OFF "logic 0"

";::

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MIN

H1-562A-4/H 1-562A-5

2.0
(2)

2.0

Over full
temp. range
Pin 2 tied to Pin 12

TTl
Input Current (2)
logic "I"
logic "0"

0.8

20
-50

1'"'"' V,,,,"
logic ''1''
logic "0"

100
-100

0.7Vps+
Connect pin 2 to pin I for
Vps+~ 9.5V. Otherwise
(for CMOS levels below 8V),
connect pin 2 to pin 12.

CMOS
Input Current
logic "I"
logic "0"

20
-50
0.7Vps+

0.3V ps+

20
-50

100
-100

20
-50

Reference Input
Input Resistance
Input Voltage

20K
+10

20K
+10

n
V

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
Resolution
Nonlinearity (3)
Differential
Nonlinearity (3)
Relative Accuracy (6)
Gain Error
Bipolar Offset Error
Unipolar Offset Error
Adjustment Range
Gain
Bipolar Offset
Temperature Stability
Gain Drift (3)
Offset Drift (3)
Unipolar Offset
Bipolar Offset
Differential Nonlinearity
Settling Time (3)
to ±1/2 lSB

2678

Over full temp. range

12

@ +25 0 C

11/4
::.1

Over full temp. range

±1/2

:!:1/4

:!:1I4
:!:1/4
MONOTONICITY GUARANTEED

@ +25 0 C
Over full temp. range

12

Bit~

±1/2
±1

lSB

±1/2

lSB

iO.25
iO.25
iO.05

% FSR (4)

With 50 n(I%) Trim Resistors
All Bits ON

:!:.024
±.024
±.012

All Bits OFF

±.024
±.024
±.012

See 0 perating Instructions
With lOOnTrim
Potentiometers

to 25

10.2~

±0.5

.:to.5

Drift specified with internal
span resistors for voltage output
Over full
temp. range

% FSR

:6

..±.IO

!IO

±1

±2
±4
!2

±2

±2
±4
±2

300

400

300

400

All Bits OFF
Over full temp. range

±0.25
±0.25
±0.05

ppm of
FSR/oC

All Bits ON-to-OFF or
OFF-to-ON

ns

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SPECIFICA TIONS (continued)

H1-562A-2/H 1-562A-8
PARAMETER
Major Carry Transient
Peak Amplitude
Settling Time to
90% Complete
Power Supply Sensitivity (3)
Unipolar Offset
Vps+@+5V
Vps-@-15V
Bipolar Offset
Vps +@ 5V
Vps-@-15V
Gain
Vps+@+5V
Vps- @-15V

CONDITIONS

MIN

From 011...1 to 100 ... 0
or 100... 0 to 011. .. 1

TYP

MAX

HI-562A-4/H 1-562A-5
MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

0.7

0.7

mA

35

35

ns

:to.5
±0.5

±0.5
:to.5

i1.5
i1.5

i1.5
i1.5

"-

All Bits OFF

All Bits OFF, Bipolar mode

All Bits ON

±3.5
!7.5

o

ot-'

(,)

:J

ppm of
FSR/% Vps

"C

c:::

o
(,)

E

±3.5
:!:7.5

CD

en
en

OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS

.~
~

Output Current
Unipolar
Bipolar

CU

-2.0
!1.0

-2.0
:!:1.0

mA

Resistance

2K

2K

ohms

Capacitance

20

20

pF

Output Voltage Ranges
Unipolar
Bipolar

Using external op amp
and internal scaling
resistors. See Figure 1
and Table 1 for connections

Compliance Limit (3)
Compliance Voltage (3)
Output Noise

o to +5
o to +10
±2.5
±5
il0
-3

J:

o to +5

oto +10
:t2.5
±5
il0
+10

-3

V

+10

V

Over full temp. range

±1.0

i1.0

V

0.1 to 10Hz (All Bits ON)
0.1 to 5MHz (All Bits ON)

30
100

30
100

IlV (p-p)

POWER REQUIREMENTS
Vps + (7)
Vps-

Overfull
temp. range

Ips+ (5)
Ips- (5)
Ips+ (5)
Ips- (5)
Power Dissipation

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4.5
-13.5

5
-15

16.5
-16.5

All Bits ON or OFF in
either TTL or CMOS mode (25 0 C)

8
16

Same as above except
over full temp. range
+25 0 C
Vps + = +5V
Vps-=-15V

4.75
-13.5

5
-15

16.5
-16.5

V

15
23

8
16

15
23

mA

11
20

20
30

11
20

20
30

mA

280

420

mW

2679

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HI-565A

HARRIS

High Speed Monolithic
Digital to Analog
Converter with Reference
s-

DESCRIPTION

FEATURES

o
+-'
o

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• DAC AND REFERENCE ON A SINGLE CHIP

o
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• PIN COMPATIBLE WITH AD565A

en

• GUARANTEED FOR OPERATION WITH ±12V SUPPLIES

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• VERY HIGH SPEED: SETTLES TO 1/2 LSB IN 250ns, MAX.
FUlL SCALE SWITCHING TIME 30ns, TYP.

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• MONOTONICITY GUARANTEED OVER TEMPERATURE

s-

• 1/2 LSB MAX NONLINEARITY GUARANTEED OVER

.~

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TEMPERATURE
25ppm/ oC

• LOW GAIN DRIFT (MAX, DAC PLUS
REFERENCE)

250mW

• LOW POWER DISSIPATION

APPLICATIONS

The HI-565A is a fast, 12 bit current output, digital to analog
converter. The monolithic chip includes a precision voltage reference, thin-film R-2R ladder, reference control amplifier and twelve
high-speed bipolar current switches.
The Harris Semiconductor dielectric isolation process provides latchfree operation while minimizing stray capacitance and leakage
currents, to produce an excellent combination of speed and accuracy. Also, ground currents are minimized to produce a low and
constant current through the ground terminal, which reduces error
due to code-dependent ground curr~nts.
HI-565A dice are laser trimmed for a maximum integral nonlinearity error of ±1/4 LSB at +25 0 C. In addition, the low noise
buried zener reference is trimmed both for absolute value and
minimum temperature coefficient.
The H1-565A is offered in both commercial and military grades.
For high-reliability requirements, additional 100% screening per
Mil-Std. 883, Method 5004, Class B is available. See Ordering
Information.

• CRT DISPLAYS
• HIGH SPEED AID CONVERTERS
• SIGNAL RECONSTR UCTION
• WAVEFORM SYNTHESIS

Package is a 24 pin side-brazed ceramic DIP. Power requirement
is 250mW, typical.

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

. TOP VIEW
NC [

1

24

NC [

2

23

Vee [

3

22

REF OUT (+10VI [

4

REF GND [

5

REF IN [

6

-VEE [

7

BIPOLAR R IN [

8

IDAC OUT [

9

10V SPAN R [

2680

10

20V SPAN R [

11

POWER GND [

12

P

P

BIT 1 (MSBIIN

tJ BIT 3 IN
21 P BIT 4 IN
20 tl BIT 5 IN
19 tJ BIT 61N
18 P BIT 7 IN
17 P BIT 8 IN
16 P BIT 9 IN
15 tl BIT 10 IN
14 P BIT 111N
13

tJ

REF OUT

vee

E'

BIT 2 IN

+
-

)

BIP. OFF.
HI-565A

11
..-.....Q10V SPAN

IREF

REF

I~

I

0.5mA
19.95K

...

Jo.AA

•

5

3.5K
A AA

REF
GND

3K

-=

5K

10V

~

20
--020VSPAN

8

r...

-~",.,

J
-

7

12

-VEE

PWR
GND

DAe

9.95K

5K
9

10

OUT

(4X IREF
XeODE)

2.5K •

I---'

1,,1"

-=

MSB LSB

BIT 12 (LSBIIN

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS*
Vcc to Power Ground

OVto+18V

10V Span R to Reference Ground

±12V

VEE to Power Ground
Voltage on DAC Output (Pin 9)
Digital Inputs (Pins 13-24) to Power Ground

OV to -18V

20V Span R to Reference Ground

±24V

Ref In to Reference Ground

Ref Out

··3Vto+12V
-lVto+7.0V
±12V

Package Power Dissipation
Ceramic (0)
Plastic (N)

±12V

Bipolar Offset to Reference Ground

Indefinite Short to Power Ground
Momentary Short to VCC
1000mW
750mW

*Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values beyond which the serviceability of the circuit may be impaired.
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA =+25 0 C, VCC =+15V, VEE =-15V, Unless Otherwise Specified)

(.)

::J

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MODEL

MIN

TYP

c::

HI-565AK, HI-565AT

HI-565AJ, HI-565AS
MAX

MIN

TYP

MAX

o(.)

UNITS

E
Q)

DATA INPUTS (Note 1) (Pins 13 to 24)
TTL or 5V CMOS (TMIN to TMAX)
Input Voltage
Bit ON Logic ''1''
Bit OFF Logic "0"
Logic Current (Each Bit)
Bit ON Logic "1"
Bit OFF Logic "0"

(J)
(J)
.~

+5.5
+0.8

+2.0

V
V

+5.5
+0.8

+2.0

"-

ct1

J:

!

.01
-2.0

.01
-2.0

+1.0
'-20

+1.0
-20

J1A
J1A

12

Bits

-2.0
±1.0
2.5k
0.01

-2.4
±1.2
3.2k
0.05

rnA
rnA

% of F.S.

0.05
20

0.1

% of F.S.

+10

pF
V

12

RESOLUTION
OUTPUT
Unipolar (All Bits On)
Bipolar (All Bits on or Off)
Resistance (Exclusive of Span Resistors)
Unipolar
Offset
Bipolar (Figure 5, R2 =
50n Fixed)
Capacitance
Compliance Voltage, TMIN to TMAX

Current

-1.6
±0.8
1.8k

-2.0
±1.0
2.5k
0.01

-2.4
±1.2
3.2k
0.05

0.05
20

0.15
+10

-1.5

-1.6
±0.8
1.8k

-1.5

n

ACCURACY (Error Relative to
Full Scale)
+25 0 C
TMIN to TMAX

±1/4
(0.006)
.±1/2
(0.012)

±1/2
(0.012)
.±3/4
(0.018)

±1/8
(0.003')
±1/4
(0.006)

±1/4
(0.006)
±1/2
(0.012)

% OF F.S.

.: 1/2

±3/4

±1/4

±112

LSB

LSB

% of F.S .
LSB

DIFFERENTIAL NONLINEARITY
+25 0 C

MONOTONICITY GUARANTEED

TMIN to TMAX
TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS
With Internal Reference
Unipolar Zero
Bipolar Zero
Gain (Full Scale)
Differential Nonlinearity

1
5
15
2

2
10
40

1
5
10
2

2
10
25

ppm/oC
ppm/oC
ppm/oC
ppm/oC

350
150

500
250

350
150

500
250

ns
ns

SETTLING TIME TO 1/2 LSB
With High.Z External Load (Note 2)
With 75
External Load

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SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)

HI-565AK, HI-565AT

HI-565AJ, HI-565AS
MIN

MODEL

TYP

MAX

15
30

30
50

MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

15
30

30
50

ns
ns

FULL SCALE TRANSITION (From
50% of Logic Input to 90% of Analog
Input)
Rise Time
Fall Time
TEMPERATURE RANGE

s-

Operating

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(H 1-565AS/T)
D Package (All)
N Package (J, K)

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0
-55

+75
+125

0
-55

+75
+125

oC
oC

-65
-25

+150
+150

-65
-25

+150
+150

oC
oC

POWER REQUIREMENTS
VCC, +11.4 to +16.5V DC
VEE, -11.4 to -16.5V DC

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en
en

7.0
-9.5

10.5
-14.5

7.0
-9.5

10.5
-14.5

mA
mA

ppm of
F.S./%
ppm of
F.S./%

POWER SUPPLY GAIN SENSITIVITY
(Note 3)

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\ICC

=+11.4 to +16.5 VDC

3

10

3

10

VEE

=-11.4 to -16.5 VDC

15

25

15

25

PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUT
RANGES (See Table 1)

oto +5
-2.5 to +2.5
oto +10
-5 to +5
-10 to +10

oto +5
-2.5 to +2.5
oto +10
-5 to +5
-10to+l0

V
V
V
V
V

EXTERNAL ADJUSTMENTS
Gain Error with Fixed 50 n Resistor
for R2 (Figure 1)
Bipolar Zero Error with Fixed 50S ~
Resistor for R3 (Figure 2)
Gain Adjustment Range (Figure 1) .
Bipolar Zero Adjustment Range

±0.1
'±0.05

:to.25

.

:to.15

±0.1

±0.25

% of F.S.

±0.05

±0.1

% of F.S.
% of F.S.
%ofF.S.

±0.25
±0.15

±O 25
±0.15

REFERENCE INPUT
I nput Impedance

15K

20K

25K

15K

20K

25K

9.90
1.5

10.00
2.5

10.10

9.90
1.5

10.00
2.5

10.10

V
mA

250

375

250

375

mW

REFERENCE OUTPUT
Voltage
Current (Available for External Loads)
POWER DISSIPATION

NOTES:
1. Guaranteed but not tested over the operating temperature range.
2. See settling time discussion and Figure 3.
3. The Power Supply Gain Sensitivity is tested in reference to a Vee, VEE of ±15V.

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HI-5610
10 Bit High Speed Monolithic
Digital-to-Analog Converter

Preliminary
FEATURES

•

•

•

•
•
•

A PPlICA TIONS

10.-

o

+-'

MONOLITHIC CONSTRUCTION
EXTREMELY FAST SETTLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85ns TO %LSB TYP.
LOW GAIN DRIFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ±5ppm/ oC TYP.
EXCELLENT LINEARITY OVER TEMPERATURE ....... ± %LSB MAX.
DESIGNED FOR MINIMUM GLITCHES
MONOTONIC OVER TEMPERATURE

•
•
•
•
•
•
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CRT DISPLAY GENERATION
HIGH SPEED A/D CONVERTERS
VIDEO SIGNAL RECONSTRUCTION
WAVEFORM SYNTHESIZERS
HIGH SPEED DATA ACQUISITION
HIGH RELIABILITY APPLICATIONS
PRECISION INSTRUMENTS

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DESCRIPTION

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The HI-5610 is an ultra-high speed 10 bit monolithic current output digital-to-analog converter. The fast output current settling of
85ns to %LSB of its final value is achieved using dielectric isolation
processing to reduce internal parasitics for fast rise and fall times
during switching. Output glitches are minimized in the HI-5610 by
incorporating equally weighted current sources switched into an
R-2R ladder network for symmetrical turn-on and turn-off switching times. This creates within the chip a very uniform and constant
thermal distribution for excellent linearity and also eliminates thermal transients during switching. High stability thin film resistor
processing, together with laser trimming provide the HI-5610 with
true 10 bit linearity to within'± %LSB maximum over operating
temperature range. The HI-5610's low offset and gain drift over
the operating temperature range assures that its absolute accuracy
when referred to a fixed 10V reference will not deviate more than
±.1 LSB for both unipolar and bipolar operation.

PINOUT

The HI-5610 is recommended as a replacement for high cost hybrid
and modular units for increased reliability and accuracy in applications such as CRT DisplaY~/lprecision instruments and data acquisition system requiring through-put rates as high as 12mHz for full
range transitions. Its small size makes it an ideal choice as the
essential part of high speed A/D converter designs or as a building
block in high speed or high resolution industrial process control
systems. The HI-5610 is also ideally suited for aircraft and space
instrumentation where operation over a wide temperature range is
required.
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The HI-5610-5.
HI-5610-2 and
MIL-STD-883A
HI-5610-8. All
in-line package.

is specified for operation over DoC to +75 0 C, the
HI-5610-8 over -55 0 C to +125 0 C. Processing to
class B screening is available by selecting the
are available in a hermetically sealed 24 lead dual-

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

TOP VIEW

1-~f-24

Vps+
CMOS/TTL
LOGIC SElECT
* VREF (LO IN)
NC

3-

f- 23
i - 22

4-

-21

BIT 41N

VREF (HI IN)

5-

-

BIT 51N

2-

20

BIT 1 (MSB) IN
BIT 21N
BIT 31N

.. Vps-

6-

-19

BIT 61N

BIPOLAR R IN

7-

-18

BIT 7 IN

BIPOLAR ROUT

8-

f-17

BIT 81N

9-

IOAC OUT
SPAN R 10-

'-16

BIT 9 IN

-15

BIT 10 IN

SPAN R 11....,

-14

NC

* GNO 12-1

-13

COMPo CAP **

VREF (HI IN)

~

7.975K

2K

• Pin 3 connected to bottom case for high
frequency shielding .
•• For high speed operation, connect 0.01 JiF
between Pin 13 and GND.
Otherwise,
leave Pin 13 open.

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

(Referred to Ground) 1
1000mW

Power Supply Inputs

Vps+
Vps-

+20V
-20V

Power Dissipation

Reference Inpl'ts

VREF(Hil
VREF(Lo)

± Vps

Operating Temperature Range
HI-5610-2
HI-5610-5
HI-5610-8

-55 0 C to +125 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C
-55 0 C to +125 0 C

Storage Temperature Range

-65 0 C to +150 0 C

OV

Digital Inputs

Bits 1 - 12
CMOS/TTL Logic Select

Outputs

Pins 7, 8, 10, 11
Pin 9

-lV, +12V
-lV, +12V

± Vps

Pd, Package

+Vps, -5V

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-0

(@+25 0 C,V ps+,=+5V, Vps-= -15V, VREF = +10V, pin 2 ground
unless otherwise noted)

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HI-561O-8

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PARAMETER

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TEMP

MIN

Full
Full

2.0

TYP

HI-5610-5
MAX

MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

0.8

V
V

100
-100

nA
IlA

0.3V ps +

V
V

100
-100

nA
Il A

INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

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Digital Inputs (2)

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TTL Logic Input Voltage (3)
Logic "1"
Logic "0"
Input Current
Logic "1"
Logic "0"

Full
Full

CMOS Logic Input Voltage (4)
Logic "1"
Logic "0"
Input Current
Logic "1"
Logic "0"
Reference Inout
Input Resistance
Input Voltage (lOUT

=

Full
Full
Full
Full

2.0
0.8
20
-50

100
-100

0.7 Vps+

0.7Vps+
0.3 Vps+
20
-50

100
-100

8K
+10

5mA + 20%)

20
-50

20
-50

n

8K
+10

V

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
Full

Resolution

10

10

Bits

Nonlinearity (5)

25 0 C

±.Yz

.±Yz

LSB

Differential Nonlinearity (5)

25 0 C

±'Yz

±.Yz

LSB

Relative Accuracy (6)
Gain Error
(Input Code 11.. .. 1)
Unipolar Offset Error
(Input Code 00 .... 0)
Bipolar Offset Error
(Input Code 00 .... 0)
(Adjustable to zero, see Figure 4, 5)
Adjustment Range
Gain
Bipolar Offset
Temperature Stability
Gain Drift
Unipolar Offset Drift
Bipolar Offset Drift
Differential Nonlinearity

Full
Full
Full
Full

±. 0.05

.± 0.05

(9)
% FSR

±0.05

to.05

% FSR

'±0.05

±0.05

% FSR

.:!: 0.25
,±0.25

±. 0.25

% FSR
% FSR

.±5
±3
.±3
±,2

i5
±.3

iO.25

±3
±'2

ppm/OC
ppm/oC
ppm/oC
ppm/oC

MONOTONICITY - GUARANTEED OVER FULL OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
Settling Time to YzLSB (5)
From all O's to all l's
From all l's to all O's
Major Carry Switching to 90% Complete

2684

40

85
85

ns

ns

40

ns

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PARAMETER

TEMP

MIN

TYP

MAX

MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

Power Supply Sensitivity (5)
Vps+ =+5V, Vps- =-13.5V to -16.5V
Gain
(I nput Code 11.. .. 1)
Unipolar Offset
(Input Code 00 .... 0)
Bipolar Offset
(I nput Code 00 .... 0)

±2

±'2

.± 0.5

±0.5
±.1.5

± 1.5

L-

.....a(,)

ppm of
FSR/%Vps

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Vps- = -15V, VPS+ =4.5V to 5.5V
Gain
(Input Code 11.. .. 1)
Unipolar Offset
(I nput Code 00 .... 0)
Bipolar Offset
(I nput Code 00 .... 0)

±1

a(,)

±1

E
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±0.5

±.0.5

en

± 1.5

±. 1.5

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OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Output Current
Unipolar
Bipolar

-5.0
±.?5

-5.0
±'2.5

Output Resistance

200

200

Output Capacitance

20

20

pF

+5
+2.5
±. 2.5
± 1.25

+5
+2.5
±.2.5
± 1.25

V
V
V
V

rnA
rnA

n

,

Output Voltage Range (7)
Unipolar
Bipolar
Output Compliance limit (5)
Output Compliance Voltage (5)

-3
Full

Output Noise Voltage (8)
0.lHztol00Hz
O.lHz to lMHz

+10

-3

+10

± 1.5

± 1.5

10
100

10
100

V
V

J.l Vp-p
J.l.Vp-p

POWER RE'QUIREMENTS
Vps+ (4)

Full

4.5

5

Vps-

Full

-13.5

-15

Ips+ (All l's or all O's in
(10) either TTL or CMOS Mode)

25 0 C
Full

9

9

20

20

rnA
rnA

Ips- (Same as above)
(10)

25 0 C
Full

25
30

25
30

rnA
rnA

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16.5

4.75

5

16.5

V

-16.5

-13.5

-15

-16.5

V

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H1-5 618A/5 618 B

mHARRIS

8 Bit High Speed
Digital--to-Analog Converters

L-

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

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• VERY FAST SETTLING CURRENT OUTPUT

65ns

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±. 1/4 LSB MAX
HI-5618A
.±. 1/2 LSB MAX
HI-5618B
340mW TYP

• LOW POWER OPERATION
• ON-CHIP RESISTORS FOR GAIN AND
BIPOLAR OFFSEt
• GUARANTEED MONOTONIC OVER
TEMPERATURE
• CMOS, TTL, OR DTL COMPATIBLE

APPLICATIONS
• HIGH SPEED PROCESS CONTROL

The HI-5618A1B are very high speed 8 bit current output D/A converters.
These monolithic devices are fabricated with dielectrically isolated bipolar
processing, which reduces internal parasitic capacitance to allow fast rise and
fall times. This achieves a typical full scale settling time of 65ns to ±.1 /2 LSB.
Output glitches are minimized by incorporation of equally weighted current
sources, switched to either an R-2R ladder network or ground for symmetrical
turn ON and turn OFF times. High stability thin film resistors provide excellent accuracy without trimming. For example, the H1-5618A has ±. 1/4 LSB
maximum nonlinearity error at +25 0 C, with ±3/8 LSB guaranteed over the full
operating temperature range.
The H1-5618A1B are recommended ,for any application requiring high speed
and accurate conversions. They can be used in CRT displays and systems
requiring throughput rates as high as 20MHz for full scale transitions. Other
applications include high speed process control, defense systems, avionics, and
-space instrumentation.
The HI-5618A-5 and HI-5618B-5 are specified for operation from OOC to
+75 0 C. The "-2" versions are specified from -55 0 C to +125 0 C. "Dash 8"
(-8) designates parts which have been screened per MIL-STD-883,
Method 5004/Class B.

• CRT DISPLAY GENERATION
• HIGH SPEED A/D CONVERSION
• WAVEFORM SYNTHESIS
• HIGH RELIABILITY APPLICATIONS
• VIDEO SIGNAL RECONSTRUCTION

Power requirements are +5V and -15V. Package is an 18 pin DIP, in plastic
or ceramic.

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging

TOP VIEW

CMOS/TTL
GND V ps+ SELECT

9

+Vps
CMOS/TTL-

1

BIT

(LSB)
8

2

SPAN R (20V)

BIT 1 MSB

8

BIT 2

VREF HIGH

BIT 3

-Vps

BIT 4

BIPOLAR RIN

BIT 5

lOUT

BIT 6

10VOLTSPAN

BIT 7

20 VOLT SPAN

BIT8LSB

VREF (HI IN)

7.900K

GND

VREF LOW
VREF
(LO IN)

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SPEC IFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

(Referred to Ground) (1)

Power Supply Inputs

Vps+
Vps -

+20V
-20V

Reference Inputs

VREF (Hi)
VREF (Lo)

±Vps
OV

Digital Inputs

Bits 1 - 8

700mW

Operating Temperature Range
HI-561BA/B-2
H1-561BA/B-5
H1-561BA/B-B

-lV, +12V
-lV, +12V

CM OSITTL Logic Select
Outputs

Power Dissipation Pd, Package

-55 0 C to +125 0 C
OOC to +75 0 C
-55 0 C to +125 0 C
-650C to 150 0C

Storage Temperature Range

± Vps
+V ps , -2.5V

Pins 5, 7, B
Pin 6

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

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(V ps+ =+5V; Vps - =-15V; VREF

=+10V; Pin 2 to GND,

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H1-5618A/B-2
H1-5618A/B-8
PARAMETER

TEMP

MIN

CD

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H1-5618A/B-5

I TYP I MAX

MIN

I- TYP

I

MAX

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UNITS

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INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

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Digital Inputs (2)
TTL Logic Input Current (3) Logic "1"
Logic "0"
Input Current

Full
Full

2.0

0.8

V
V

100
-100

nA
J1A

0.3V ps+

V
V

100
-100

nA
J1A

2.0
0.8

Logic "1"
Logic "0"

Full
Full

CM OS Logic I nput Voltage (4) Logic"l"
Logic "0"

Full
Full

Logic "1"
Logic "0"

Full
Full

20
-50

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

8k
+10

8k
+10

n

Full

8

8

Bits

CMOS Logic Input Current

Reference Input
I nput Resistance
Input Voltage (lOUT = 5mA ± 20%)

20
-50

100
-100

20
-50
O.7V ps+

0.7Vps+
0.3V ps+
100
-100

20
-50

V

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
Resolution
HI-6518A

25 0 C

HI-5618B

± 1/4
±3/8
± 1/2
±5/8

± 1/4

Full
25 0 C
Full

±3/8
±1/2
:!:.5/8

LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB

Initial Accuracy (6)
(Relative to External + 1OV Reference)
Gain
Unipolar Zero
Bipolar Offset (Neg. Full Scale)

25 0 C
25 0 C
25 0 C

:t.2
:t. 1/8
.±.2

.±.2
.±. 1/8
:t.2

LSB
LSB
LSB

Temperature Stability
Gain Drift
Unipolar Zero Drift
Bipolar Zero Drift

Full
Full
Full

± 1/4
±'1/16
:t. 1/4

±. 1/4
±. 1/16
:!:. 1/4

LSB
LSB
LSB

75

ns

Nonlinearity, Integral and
Differential

Settling Time (5) to 1/2 LSB
High Impedance (11)
(from all O's to all 1's)
or (from all l's to all O's)

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65

75

65

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SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)
H1-561SA/B-2
HI-561SA/B-S
PARAMETER

TEMP

MIN

I I
TYP

H1-561SA/B-5

MAX

MIN

I

TYP

I

UNITS

MAX

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS (Continued)

'-

o

+-I

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Glitch (5) - Major Carry Transition
Duration
Amplitude (See Fig. 4)
Area

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

20
350
3500

Power Supply Sensitivity (5)
Vps+=+5V, Vps -=-13Vto-16.5V
.
(Input Code 11 ... 1)
Gain
(I nput Code 00 ... 0)
Unipolar Zero
(Input Code 00 ... 0)
Bipolar Offset

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

±0.5
±1.5

o

Vps- = -15V, Vps+ = 4.5V to 5.5V
(Input Code 11 ... 1)
Gain
(I nput Code 00 ... 0)
Unipolar Zero
(Input Code 00 ... 0)
Bipolar Offset

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

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.:to.5

en

± 1.5

± 1.5

+25 0 C
+25 0 C

-5
:':2.5

-5
±'2.5

rnA
rnA

Output Resistance

+25 0 C

500

500

n

Output Capacitance

+25 0 C

20

20

pF

+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C
+25 0 C

+10
+5
±. 10
±.5
±. 2.5

+10
+5
±10
±5
±'2.5

V
V
V
V
V

Output Compliance Voltage (5)

+25 0 C

.±. 1.5

± 1.5

V

Output Noise Voltage (S)

+25 0 C

30
100

pV p_p
pV p_p

ns
mV
mV-ns

±5

.:t5

"C

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20
350
3500

±0.5
.:!: 1.5

±.5

ppm of
FSR/% Vps
(9)
:':5

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Output Voltage Range (7)

Unipolar
Bipolar

Unipolar
Bipolar

O.lHz to 100Hz
O.lHz to lMhz

30
100

+25 0 C

POWER REQUIREMENTS (4)

1.

2.

3.

Vps+

Full

4.5

5

Vps -

Full

-13.5

-15

Ips+ (10) (All l's or all O's in either
TTL or CMOS mode) (3,4)

+25 0 C
Full

9

I ps- (10) (All l's or all O's in either
TTL or CMOS mode) (3,4)

+25 0 C
Full

19

For TTL and DTL compatibilitY connect +5V to pin 1 and
ground pin 2. The V ps+ tolerance is ± 10% for H 1-5618A/B
-2, -8; and ± 5% for H 1-5618A/B-5.

4.

For CMOS compatibilitY connect digital power supply
(+4.5V ~ VDD ~ +10V) to pin 1 and short pin 2 to pin 1.

5.

See definitions.

6.

These errors may be adjusted to zero using external potentio-

-16.5

4.75

5

-14.25

-15

15

V

-15.75

V

12

rnA
rnA

26

rnA
rnA

9
12
19
26

Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values, applied individually, beyond which the serviceabilitY of the circuit may be
impaired. Functional operation under any of these conditions
is not necessarily implied.
The HI-5618 accepts digital input codes in binary format
and may be user connected for anyone of three binary codes.
Straight binary, offset binary, or two's complement binary.
(See operating instructions)

15

meters R 1, R2, R3. R 1 and R2 each provide more than:': 3
LSB's adjustment. (See Operating Instructions). The specifications listed under initial accuracy are based on use of an
external op amp, internal span and offset resistors, and 100
.:t 1% resistors, in place of R1 and R2'

n

7.

Using an external op amp with the internal span and offset
resistors. See Operating Instructions.

8.

Specified for all "1 's" or all "O's" digital input.

9.

FSR is "Full Scale Range", Le., 20V for ± 10V range; 10V
for:': 5V range, etc. Nominal full scale output current is 5mA.

10.

After 30 seconds warm-up.

11. See Test Circuit, Figure 3.
12.

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See Test Circuit, Figure 4.

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HI-5680

HARRIS

12 Bit low Cost Monolithic
Digital-to-Analog Converter
FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

• DAC 80 ALTERNATE SOURCE
•

MONOLITHIC CONSTRUCTION
(SING LE CHIP)

•

FAST SETTLING

•

GUARANTEED MONOTONIC

OOC to 75°C

• WAFER LASER TRIMMED
• APPLICATIONS RESISTO RS ON-CHIP
•

ON-BOARD REFERENCE

o

DIELECTRIC ISOLATION (01) PROCESSING

o

±'12V POWER SUPPLY OPERATION

APPLICA TIONS

•

HIGH SPEED AID CONVERTERS

• PRECISION INSTRUMENTATION
•

s-

The HI-5680 is a monolithic, direct replacement for the popular
DAC80-CBI, DAC80Z-CBI, and DAC85C-CBI, incorporating
the best features of each. Single chip construction, along with
several design innovations, make the HI-5680 the optimum
choice for low cost, high reliability applications.

CRT DISPLAY GENERATION

!iarris' unique Dielectric Isolation (01) processing reduces internal parasitics, resulting in fast switching times and minimum
glitch. On-board span resistors are provided for good tracking
over temperature, and are laser trimmed to high accuracy. These
may be used with the on·board op·amp (voltage output models;
HI-5680V), or with a user supplied external amplifier (HI·56801).
Internally, the HI·5680 eliminates code dependent ground cur·
rents by routing current from the positive supply to the internal
ground node, as determined by an auxiliary R-2R ladder. This
results In a cancellation of code dependent ground currents
allowing virtually zero variation in current through the package
common, pin 21.
The H1·5680 is available in both current and voltage out·
put models which are guaranteed over the WC to +75°C
temperature range. All models include a buried zener reference
featuring low temperature coefficient. In addition, the voltage
output models include an on·board output amplifier. Both versions operate with a +5V logic supply and a ±VS in th.e range of
±(11.4V to 16.5V).

PINOUTS
TOP VIEW
(MSB) BIT 1
BIT 2
BIT 3
BIT 4
BIT 5
BIT 6
BIT 7
BIT 8
BIT 9
BIT 10
BIT 11
(LSB) BIT 12

VOUT
-VS
LOG IC SUPPLY
HI·5680V
VOLTAGE OUTPUT

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TOP VIEW
6.3V REF OUT
GAIN ADJUST
+VS
COMMON
L JUNCTION
20V RANGE
lOV RANGE
BIPOLAR OFFSET
REF INPUT

6.3V REF OUT
GAIN ADJUST
+VS
COMMON
SCALING NETWORK
SCALING NETWORK
SCALING NETWORK
BIPOLAR OFFSET
REF INPUT

(MSB)

BIT 1
BIT 2
BIT 3
BIT 4
BIT 5
BIT 6
BIT 7
BIT 8
BIT 9
BIT 10
BIT 11
(LSB) BIT 12

lOUT
-VS
LOGIC SUPPL Y
HI·56801
CURRENT OUTPUT

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FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM CURRENT OUTPUT

17
BIPOLAR

16

24

REF

21

22

13

20

BIT 1 IN
----~-----------------------------

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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (1)

Power Supply Inputs

+Vs
-Vs
+VLOGIC

+20V
-20V
+20V

Power Dissipation

Pd, Package

1000mW

Operating Temperature Range
HI·568011V·5

Reference

Input (pin 16) +Vs
Output drain ·2.5mA

Digital Inputs

Bits 1 to 12

Storage Temperature Range

-lV to +12V

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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PARAMETER

CONDITIONS

MIN

TYP

-0

MAX

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UNITS

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Resolution
Logic Levels
Logic "1"
Logic "0"
ACCU RACY (3)

TTL Compatible
at +1 pA
at -100 pA

+2
0

Bits

+5.5
+O.B

Volts
Volts

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Li nearity Erro r
Differential lin. Error
Gain Error (2)
Offset Error (2)
Monotonicitv
DRIFT(3}
Total Bipolar Drift
(Includes gain, offset
and linearity drifts.)
Total Error
Unipolar
Bipolar
Gain

12

±~
±~

±~

±0.3
±0.15

LSB
LSB
%FSR
%FSR

±20

PPM/oC

±.06

±0.15
±.01

%FSR
%FSR

±15

±30

PPM/oC

±5
+3 .
:±10

±7

+1
±5

PPM/oC
PPM/oC
PPM/oC

10

3
1.5
1.5
15

±0.1
±.05
GUARANTEED

±%

OOC to +75 0 C

OOC to +75 0 C

2:. 0B
Including internal
reference
Exclusive of internal
reference

Unipolar Offset
Bipolar Offset
CONVE RSI ON SPEED (3)
Voltage Models
Settling time (3)

to ±0.01% of FSR for
FSR Change

With 10K n Feedback
With 5Kn Feedback
For 1 LSB change
Slew Rate
Current Models
Settling time (3)

J1s

J1s
J1s

VIps

to ±0.01% of FSR for
FSR Change

10 to lOOn load
lKn load

300
1000

ns
ns

ANALOG OUTPUT
Voltage Models
Output current
Output Resistance
Short Circuit Duration

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to common

.05
continuous

rnA
n

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SPECIFICATIONS (continued)
HI-5680X
PARAMETER

CONDITIONS

MIN

ANALOG OUTPUT
Current Models
Output Current
Unipolar
Bipolar
Output Impedance
Unipolar
Bipolar
Compliance (3)

TYP

MAX

UNITS

-2
±1

mA
mA

15
4.4

K.Q
K.Q
±2_5

V

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Output Voltage
Output Impedance
External Current
Tempco of Drift

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REQUI REMENTS (5)
Range
,+15V
-15V
+5V
Current
+15V
-15V
+5V

+6.426

V

.Q
+2_5

POWER SUPPLY
SENSITIVITY (3)
+15V supply
-15V supply
+5V supply

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+6_3
1.5

+11.4
-11.4
+ 4.5

20

mA
PPM/oC

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_002
_002

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+15
-15
+ 5
8
-12
4.5

%FSR

;f-16.5
-16.5
+16.5

V
V
V
mA
mA
mA

16
-24
9

NOTES:
1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values, applied
individually, beyond which the serviceability of the circuit
may be impaired. Functional operation under any of these
conditions is not necessarily implied.
2. Adjustable to zero using external potentiometers.
3. See definitions.

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4. FSR is "full scale range" and is 20V for ±lOV range, 10V
for ±5V range, etc., or 2mA (±20%) for current output.

5. The HI-5680 will operate with supply voltages as low as
±11.4V. It is recommended that output voltage range -lOV
to +lOV not be used if the supply voltages are less than
±12.5V.

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DEFINITIONS OF SPECIFICATIONS

ACCURACY

DIGITAL INPUTS

The H1-5680 accepts digital input codes in co mplementary
binary, complementary offset binary, and complementary
two's complement binary_

NONLINEARITY - Nonlinearity of a D/A converter is an
important measure of its accuracy. It describes the deviation
an ideal straight line drawn between zero (all bits 0 FF) and full
scale (all bits ON).

ANALOG OUTPUT
DIGITAL
INPUT
MSB LSB
000 ... 000
100... 000
111...111
011...111

Complementary
Complimentary Complimentary
Two's
Offset
Binary
Complement*
Binary
+ Full Scale
Mid Scale -1 LSB
Zero
+% Full Scale

+ Full Scale
-1 LSB
- Full Scale
Zero

- LSB
+ Full Scale
Zero
- Full Scale

DIFFERENTIAL NONLINEARITY. - For a D/A converter, it
is the difference between the actual output voltage change and
the ideal (1 LSB) voltage change for a one bit change in code.
A Differential Nonlinearity of ±1 LSB or less guarantees monotonicity; i.e., the output always increases and never decreases
for an increasing input.

SETTLING TIME

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Power Supply Sensitivity is a measure of the change in gain and
offset of the 0/ A converter resulting from a change in -15V,
or +15V supplies. It is specified under DC conditions and
expressed as parts per million of full scale range per percent of
change in power supply (ppm of FS R/%).

COMPLIANCE

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DRIFT

OFFSET 0 RI FT - The change in analog output with all bits
OFF over the specified temperature range expressed in parts
per million of full scale range per °C (ppm of FS RPC). Offset
error is measured with respect to +25°C at high (TH) and low
(TLl temperatures. Offset Drift is calculated for both high
(TH -25°C) and low (+25°C - TLl ranges by dividing the
offset error by the respective change in temperature_ The
specification given is the larger of the two, representing worstcase drift.

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Settling time is the time required for the output to settle to
within the specified error band for any input code· transition.
It is usually specified for a full scale or major carry transition.

GAl NOR 1FT - The change in full scale analog output over the
specified temperature range expressed in parts per million of
full scale per °C (ppm of FSR/oC). Gain error is measured with
respect to +25°C at high (TH) and low (TL) temperatures.
Gain drift is calculated for both high (TH -25°C) and low
ranges (+25°C-TL) by dividing the gain error by the respective
change in temperature. The specification is the larger of the
two representing worst case drift.

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POWER SUPPLY SENSITIVITY

*Invert MSB with external inverter to obtain
CTC Coding

10...

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Compliance voltage is the maximum output voltage range that
can be tolerated and still maintain its specified accuracy. Compliance limit implies functional operation only and makes no
claims to accuracy.

GLITCH

A glitch on the output of a 0/ A converter is a transient spike
resulting from inequal internal ON-O FF switching times. Worst
case glitches usually occur at half-scale or the major carry code
transition from 011...1 to 100... 0 or vice versa. For example,
if turn ON is greater than turn OFF for 011...1 to 100... 0, an
intermediate state of 000 ... 0 exists, such that, the output
momentarily glitches toward zero output. Matched switching
times and fast switching will reduce glitches considerably.
(Measured as one half the product of duration and amplitude.)

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DECOUPLING AND GROUNDING
Step 1:
For best accuracy and high frequency performance, the grounding and decoupling scheme shown in Figure 1 should be used.
Decoupling capacitors should be connected' close to the HI5680 (preferrably to the device pins) and should be tantalum
or electrolytic bypassed with ceramic types for best high frequency noise rejection.

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Step 1:

Offset
Turn all bits OFF (11...1)
Adjust R2 for Negative FS
That Is:
-10V for ± 10V range
-'5V for ±5V range
-2.5V for ±2.5 range
Step 2: Gain
Turn all bits 0 N (00 ... 0)
Adjust R1 for positive FS-1 LSB
That Is:
+9.995V for ± 1OV range
+4.9976V for ±5V range
+2.4988V for ±2.5V range

II

1\
Mil

i;VPS

.1,,1

1\

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1,,1

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b-; • ...,

24

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( +Vps

,1,,1

Vps+

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Step 2:

UNIPO LAR CALIB RATION
Offset
Turn all bits 0 FF (11...1)
Adjust R2 for zero volts out
Gain
Turn all bits 0 N (00 ... 0)
Adjust R1 for,FS-1 LSB
That Is:
4.9987 for 0 to +5V range
9.9976 for 0 to +10V range

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FIGURE 1

ANALOG GROUND

RE FE RENCE SUPPLY
An internal 6.3Volt reference is provided on board all HI-5680
models. This voltage (pin 24) is accurate to ±2% and must be
connected to the reference input (pin 16) for specified operation.
This reference may be used externally, provided current drain
is limited to 2.5mA. An external buffer amplifier is recommended if this reference is to be used to drive other system components. Otherwise, variations in the load driven by the' reference
will result in gain variations of the HI-5680. All gain adjustments
should be made under constant load conditions.
VOLTAGE OUTPUT HI-5680V

*Because the DAC transfer junction is theoretically a straight
line, this allows only two degrees of freedom for adjustment.
For optimum adjustment choose the end points fo r exact location. (Full scale negative and Full scale positive minus 1 LSB)
this leaves an error at zero (half scale) which is no greater than
the maximum integral nonlinearity of the device.
CUR RENT OUTPUT HI-5680 I

RANGE CONNECTIONS
Connect

Range
PIN
15

PIN
17

Oto+10V

18
18

21
21

20
N.C

±,2.5V
.±5V
.±10V

18
18
19

20
20
20

20
N.C
15

oto +5V

Unipolar

Bipolar

PIN
19
-vso--";~.vs
20M. ~

CONNECTING AN EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER
To use the HI-56801 with an external amplifier connect as follows:
Pin 20
Pin 19
Range
Pin 17 Pin 18
to
to
to
to

oto +10V
oto +5V

GAIN AND OFFSET CALIBRATION
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21
15
15
15

B
B
N.C.
B
B

19*
N.C.
N.C.
19*
N.C.

18*
15
B
18*
15

After connecting as shown above, follow gain and offset calibration procedures as outlined under the HI-5680V Voltage output
section.
• these connections help reduce stray capa:itance in the feedback loop.
t R

should be chosen toequa the output impedance of the DAC. This may
RLADDER(2Kn,)IIRFEEDBACK.

be~lculated by Rb =

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PACKAGE DIMENSIONS

CHIP PHOTO

HI·5680X
B~MSB

BIT 2

BITJ--:1-~"

6.JV REF OUT

GAIN AOJUST

\

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_ GND (COMMON)

BIT4-r-

• V--.E JUNCTION

•
(}

(VOLTAGE OUTPUT -V)
SCALING NETWORK
~_...-- (CURRENT OUTPUT-I)
lOV RANGE
"'" '(VOLTAGE OUTPUT -V)

7

BITS-I-

y<,-

t'-

LASER
BEAM
,_,-.
ALIGNMENT X --r-

~SCALING NETWORK

DlT 6---1-

~~~
U(C~URRENT OUTPUT-I)

BIT7-f-

f-E---~C

l\

BITS-IBIT9-~

--,-

~

DIM
C

DIM
0

DIM
E

OIM
F

DIM
G

DIM
H

~o

~!10

030

100

120

DIM
DIM
DIM
LOS

070

esc

200

BIT 11

- - -llYQ
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610
620
01~

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'----'---~...L

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VOLTAGE OUTPUT -V)

~

.1\ \
BIT 10___

LEAD
DIM
DIM
CDUN T A B

01~

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SCALING NETWORK
(CURRENT OUTPUT-I)

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BIT 12 LSB

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VLOGIC

V+

VOUT

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MODEL

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INPUT CODE
CODE

OUTPUT
MODE

HI·5680V·5

Complementary Binary

Voltage

HI·56801·5

Complementary Binary

Current

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HI-5685
High Performance Monolithic
12 Bit Digital-to-Analog Converter

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FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

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The HI-5685 is a monolithic direct replacement for the popular
DAC85-CBI and the ADDAC85LD-CBI. Single chip construction
along with several design innovations make the HI-5685 the
optimum choice for low cost, high reliability applications.

DAC 85 ALTERNATE SOURCE

• MONOLITHIC CONSTRUCTION
(SINGLE CHIP)

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FAST SETTLING

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GUARANTEED MONOTONIC

• WAFER LASER TRIMMED

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• APPLICATIONS RESISTO RS ON-CHIP

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ON-BOARD REFERENCE

•

DIELECTRIC ISOLATION (01) PROCESSING

• ±'12V POWER SUPPLY OPERATION

APPLICATIONS

•

HIGH SPEED AID CONVERTERS

• PRECISION INSTRUMENTATION
• CRT DISPLAY GENERATION

Harris' unique Dielectric Isolation (D I) processing reduces internal parasitics resulting in fast switching times and minimum
glitch. On board span resistors are provided for good tracking
over temperature, and are laser trimmed to high accuracy. These
may be used with the on-board op-amp (voltage output models;
HI-5685V), or with a user supplied external amplifier (HI-56851).
Internally, the HI-5685 eliminates code dependent ground currents by routing current from the positive supply to the internal
ground node, as determined by an auxiliary R-2R ladder. This
results in a cancellation of code dependent ground currents
allowing virtually zero variation in current through the package
common, pin 21.
The HI-5685 and HI-5685A are available in both current and voltage output models which are guaranteed over the -25°C to +85°C
temperature range. All models include a buried zener reference
featuring low temperature coefficient. In addition, the voltage
output models include an on-board output amplifier. Both versions operate with a +5V logic supply and a ±VS in the range of
±(11.4 V to 16.5V).
The HI-5685A offers exceptionally low drift over temperature.
Gain drift is a maximum ±10ppm/oC, over -25°C to +85OC.

PINOUTS
TOP VIEW
(MSB) BIT 1
BIT 2
BIT 3
BIT 4
BIT 5
BIT 6
BIT 7
BIT 8
BIT 9
BIT 10
BIT 11
(LSB) BIT 12

VOUT
-VS
LOGIC SUPPLY
HI-5685V
VOLTAGE OUTPUT

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TOP VIEW
6.3V REF OUT
GAIN ADJUST
+VS
COMMON
I JUNCTION
20V RANGE
10V RANGE
BIPOLAR OFFSET
REF INPUT

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6.3V REF OUT
GAIN ADJUST
+VS
COMMON
SCALING NETWORK
SCALING NETWORK
SCALING NETWORK
BIPOLAR OFFSET
REF INPUT

(MSB)

BIT 1
BIT 2
BIT 3
BIT 4
BIT 5
BIT 6
BIT 7
BIT 8
BIT 9
BIT 10
BIT 11
(LSB) BIT 12

lOUT
-VS
LOGIC SUPPLY
HI-56851
CURRENT OUTPUT

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FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM VOLTAGE OUTPUT

17

16

BIPOLAR

24

21

22

13

18

BIT liN

REF

IOV

OFFSET

SPAN R

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16

17
BIPOLAR
OFFSET

24

21

22

13

+VS

VL

IN OUT

BIT 121N

BIT liN

REF
COMMON

IMSBI

---------

2

6

0

10 '11

o

ILSBI

20

--0 ~~~~~K
2K

19 SCALING
NETWORK

SCALING
NETWORK

lOUT

GAIN
-VS

ADJUST

23

HI-56851
HI-5685AI

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (1)
Power Supply Inputs

Reference

+VS
+20V
-VS
-20V
+VLOGIC +20V
Input (pin 16) '±VS
Output drain 2.5mA

Power Dissipation
Operating Temperature Range
HI-56851/V-4
HI-5685AI/V-4

-25°C to +85 0 C
-25°C to +85°C

Bits 1 to 12

Storage Temperature Range

-65° to +150°C

Digital Inputs

-IV to +12V

Pd, Package

1000mW

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(T A=+25°C, Vs = ±15V , VLOGIC = 5V, PIN 16 CONNECTED TO PIN 24 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED)

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CONDITIONS

HI-5685
MIN

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UNITS

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Resolution
Logic Levels
Logic "1"
Logic "0"
Accuracy (3)
Linearity Error

TTL Compatible
at +1 pA
at -100 pA
at +25 0 C
-25°C to +85 0 C

Differential Lin. Error
Gain Error (2)
Offset Error (2)
Monotonicity
-25°C to +85 0 C

DRI FT (3) HI-5685A
(Low Drift)
Gain
Offset
Unipolar
Bipolar

-25°C to +85 0 C

10 to 100 nload
lKn load

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+5.5
+0.8

V
V

±%
±%

LSB
LSB
LSB
%FSR (4)
%FSR

±20
PPM/oC

±1
±10

±10
PPM/oC
±1
±5

to ±0.01% of FSR for
FSR Change

With 10KnFeedback
With 5KnFeedback
For 1 LSB Change
Slew Rate
Current Models
Settling Time (3)

Bits

±%
±0.1
±0.05
GUARANTEED

DRI FT (3) HI-5685
Gain
Offset
Unipolar
Bipolar

CONVERSION SPEED
Voltage Models
Settling Time (3)

+2
0

12

3
1.5
1.5
15

ps
Il S
IlS

300
1.0

ns
IlS

V/lls

to ±0.01% of FSR for
FSR Change

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SPECIFICATIONS (continued)

PARAMETER

CONDITIONS

HI-5685
MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

ANALOG OUTPUT
Voltage Models
Output Current
Output Impedance (DC)
Current Models
Output Current
Unipolar
Bipolar
Output Resistance
Unipolar
Bipolar
Compliance (3)

mA

±5
0.05

n

-2
±1

mA
rnA

3.2
6.65

Kn
Kn

Full Scale

:I...

+10

-2.5

t

a
......
()

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T/H
CONTROL
CH
T/H
OUT

CHANa

I - - - - - - - - - - < l VREF LOW

OUT

B

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+Vo-GNDO--V 0 - -

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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Note 1)
Voltage Between V+ and V- Terminals
Digital Input Overvoltage (Multiplexers)
VSuppl y (+)
VSuppl y (-)

Short Circuit Protected

Output Current
Operating Temperature Range
HA-5900-5
HA-5900-2
Storage Temperature Range
Internal Power Dissipation
T/H Control Input

40V
+4V
-4V

Analog Input Overvoltage
VSuppl y (+) +20V
VSuppl y (-) -20V

OOC ~ TA ~ +75 0 C
-55 0 C < TA < +125 0 C
-65 0 C TA +150 0 C
- 650mW
+8, -15V

< <

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Unless otherwise specified: Vs =±15V; CH = 1000pF; VIH =4.0V; .VIL =O.8V
L-

a
......
()

PARAMETER

TEMP

H1-5900-2
-55 0 C to +125 0 C
MAX.
MIN
TYP.

HI-5900-5
OOC to +70 0 C
TYP.
MAX.
MIN.

UNITS

ANALOG INPUT CHAR. ,
EACH CHANNEL

:J
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c

a()

Offset Voltage

+25 0 C
Full

2

7
9

3

10
12

mV
mV

Bias Current

E
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+25 0 C
Full

SO
90

300
600

SO
SO

300
600

nA
nA

Offset Current

+25 0 C
Full

15
30

150
300

20
30

150
300

nA
nA

en

Common Mode Range

Full

±10

L-

Common Mode Rejection Ratio
(VCM = ±'10V) Any Gain

Full

SO

en
0i:
ed

J:

V

±10
74

S5

dB

S5

DIGITAL INPUT CHAR.
Multiplexer Digital Input Current
(High or Low)

Full

Track/Hold Digital Input Current
VIN~O.SV
VIN ~4.0V

0.5

Full
Full

0.5

1

O.S
20

1

SJoA

O.S
20

mA
SJoA

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS

I

Small Signal Bandwidth (Gain = 1)

+25 0 C

2

2

MHz

Full Power Bandwidth (Gain = 1,
VO= ::10V)

'+25 0 C

70

70

kHz

Crosstalk (Sample Mode, Gain = S,
1kH z 20VP -P Input on all but
Selected Channel)

+25 0 C

-90

dB

"Off Isolation (Hold Mode, Gain = 1,
1kHz 20V P-:P Input)

+25 0 C

-76

-76

dB

Acquisition Time (Note 2), to 0.01%

+25 0 C

9

9

J.l.S

Full
Full

0.01
0.01

Gain - Absolute Error
Gain Of 1,2,
Gain Of 4, & S

I

-SO

-SO

-90

0.1
0.2

0.01
0.01

0.2
0.2

%
%

OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Full

!10

.:tl0

V

Output Current

+25 0 C

!10

!10

mA

Output Resistance

+25 0 C

5

5

n

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

Slew Rate

+25 0 C

. ±4

!4

V/SJos

Droop Rate (T/H)

+25 0 C
Full

5

Output Voltage Swing

DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
tON, Enable

(MUX)

tOFF, Enable

(MUX)

5
5

20

nV/Jls
JlV /Jl s

Charge Transfer (T/H)

25 0 C

10

10

pC

(T/H)

+25 0 C

50

50

ns

+25 0 C

5

5

ns

+25 0 C
Full

S.5

13
15

S.O

13
15

mA
mA

+25 0 C
Full

6:5

13
15

6.0

13
15

mA
mA

Aperture Delay

Aperture Uncertainty (T/H)
POWER SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS
1+

~

L
Power Supply Rejection Ratio, V+

Full

76

90

70

90

dB

Power Supply Rejection Ratio, V-

Full

SO

100

SO

100

dB

NOTES:

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1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values, applied individually beyond which the serviceability of the
circuit may be impaired. Functional operability under any of these conditions is not necessarily implied.
2. Acquisition Time is defined for a change of channel (+10V on chan. 1 to OV on chan. 8) with simultaneous
change from HOLD to TRACK mode. Gain = 1.

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HI-5901

HARRIS
SEMICONDUCTOR
PRODUCTS DIVISION

Analog Data Acquisition
Signal Processor

A DIVISION OF HARRIS CORPORATION

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

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a

• INPUT OVERVOL TAGE PROTECTION
• SOFTWARE CONTROLLED GAIN AND
INPUT CHANNEL SELECTION
• 16 PSEUDO-DIFFERENTIAL/SINGLE
ENDED INPUT CHANNELS
• GAINS OF-1;-2;4 AND-8
• -90dB CROSSTALK

Being self-contained units except for the holding capacitor, they facilitate user
applications and eliminate the need for selection of high-priced precision resistors
or labor intensive adjustments to achieve the accuracy levels specified.

• 0.01% GAIN ERROR
•

The HI-5901 is a data acquisiton front end subsystem intended for multisensor
based high-level applications, requiring conversion of analog input data to digital
form for computer processing. It provides sixteen single-ended or pseudodifferential channels of fault-protected multiplexed inputs, programmable gains
of-1,-2;-4,-8 and a buffered track and hold output block compatible with any
commercially available A/D converter. All these functions are digitally selectable
through appropriate coding of seven control terminals. Input channel expansion
can be easily implemented through addition of external multiplexers and proper
utilization of the enable-command pin.

9fJs ACQU ISITION TIM E

• DROOP RATE: 5nV/fJsec
• LOW POWER DISSIPATION 250mW
• COMPACT 32 PIN DIP
o MIL-STD-883 SCREENING AVAILABLE

APPLICATIONS
• MULTI-CHANNEL DATA ACQUISITION
SYSTEMS
• STATUS MONITORING SYSTEMS
• PROCESS CONTRO L SYSTEMS
• INSTRUMENTATION

This product provides channel to channel throughput rates of 50kHz at ±1 0 volt
signal range when used in connection with a fast 12 bit A/D converter such as
the HI-5712. In addition, it offers excellent input characteristics such as low
input offset voltage with offset nulling capability, low input currents, very high
input impedance, and very low crosstalk. Typical acquisition time and gain error
are 9 microseconds and ±0.01%, respectively. The internal track and hold amplifier features aperture delay of 50ns, 10pC of charge transfer error, and a droop
rate of 5nV /J1sec. Total power dissipation is only 250mW.
A complete high-speed and high precision data acquisition system with 15 bits of
dynamic range can be easily implemented with only three components: the
HI-5901, the HI-5712, and an offset nulling DAC. Board space required is'3
square inches and total weight is less than 25 grams.
The manufacturing technique adopted for the HI-5901 'involves monolithic
dice packaged in leadless chip carriers (LCC's) and soldered to both sides of a
multilayer ceramic substrate. The resulting product is a compact and easy-to-use
32 pin DIP.
The HI-5901 is intended for military, aerospace, industrial and instrumentation
applications. MI L-STD-883 Class 8 and high reliability commercial grades are
both available as standard products.

• HIGH RELIABILITY DAS's

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
TOP VIEW
A2

A3
GNO
IN9
INlO
INll
IN12
IN13

Al

27
26
25
24

IN3
IN4
I N5

INI
IN2

11
12

21

-v

13
14
15
16

20
19
18
17

Go
Gl
T/H OUT

10

MUX OUT

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i--~CONTROL

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:

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CH

T/H
OUT

CHAN 16

"'--.l.~ . _ - - '

MUX
SENSE

CH

CAUTION: This device is sensitive to electrostatic
discharge.
Copyright

GAIN
SELECT

AO
EN

23
22

IN15
IN16
+V

VREF LOW
T/H CONTROL

32
31
30
29
28

I N6
IN7
IN8

IN14

SENSE

CHAN
MUX
SELECT EN OUT

~=~-----O VREF lOW

<>-------'

+V 0 - - - GND 0 - - - 0----

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SPECIFICA TIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

(Note 1)

Voltage Between V+ and V- Terminals
Digital Input Overvoltage (Multiplexers)

Output Current
Operating Temperature Range
HA-5901-5, -7
HA-5901-2, -8
Storage Temperature Range
Internal Power 0 issip,ation

40V
VSuppl y (+)
VSuppl y (-)

+4V
-4V

Analog Input Overvoltage
VSuppl y (+) +20V
VSuppl y (-) -20V

Short Circuit Protected
OOC S TA S +75 0 C
-55 0 C < TA < +125 0 C
-65 0 C TA< +150 oC
- 650mW

<

+8,-15V

T IH Control Input

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Unless otherwise specified: Vs =±15V; CH = 1000pF; VIH =4.0V; VIL
s...

o

PARAMETER

o+J

o

TEMP

HI-5901-2, -8
-55 0 C to + 125 0 C
TYP.
MAX.
MIN

HI-5901-5, -7
OOC to +70 0 C
TYP.
MIN.
MAX.

= O,8V

UNITS

ANALOG INPUT CHAR.,
EACH CHANNEL

::J

"C
C

Offset Voltage

2

7.5
9.5

3

o

+25 0 C
Full

10.5
13

mV
mV

Bias Current

+25 0 C
Full

80
90

300
600

80
80

300
600

nA
nA

Offset Current

+25 0 C
Full

15
30

150
300

20
30

150
300

nA
nA

o
E
Q)

,en
en

"i::
L-

as

:r:

Common Mode Range

Full

:!:.10

Common Mode Rejection Ratio
(VCM = :t.lOV) Any Gain

Full

80

V

:!:.10
74

85

dB'

85

DIGITAL INPUT CHAR.
Multiplexer Digital Input Current
(High or Low)
Track/Hold Digital Input Current
VIN$.0.8V
VIN ~ 4.0V

Full

0.5

Full
Full

1

0.5

0.8
20

1

IJ.A

0.8
20

mA

!JA

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
Small Signal Bandwidth (Gain = 1)

+25 0 C

2

2

MHz

Full Power Bandwidth (Gain = 1,
VO=:10V)

+25 0 C

70

70

kHz

Crosstalk (Sample Mode, Gain = 8,
1kHz 20VP -P Input on all but
Selected Channel)

+25 0 C

-90

dB

"Off Isolation (Hold Mode, Gain = 1,
1kHz 20V P-P Input)

+25 0 C

-76

-76

dB

Acquisition Time(Note 2), to 0.01%

+25 0 C

9

9

)JS

Full

0.01

Gain - Absolute Error
Gain Of 1,2,4, & 8

-80

-80

-90

0.1

0.01

0.2

%

OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Full

!10

':10

V

Output Current

+25 0 C

:10

!10

mA

Output Resistance

+25 0 C

5

5

n

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

+25 0 C

300

300

ns

+25 0 C

i4

!A

V/)Js

+25 0 C
Full

5

Output Voltage Swing

DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
to N, Enable

(MUX)
(MUX)

tOFF, Enable
Slew Rate
Droop Rate

(T/H)

5
20

5

nV/J..I.s
J..I.V/J..I.s

Ch arge Transfer (T/H)

25 0 C

10

10

pC

(T/H)

+25 0 C

50'

50

ns

+25 0 C

5

5

ns

+25 0 C
Full

8.5

13
15

8.0

13
15

mA
mA

+25 0 C
Full

6.5

13
15

6.0

13
15

mA
mA

Aperture Delay

Aperture Uncertainty (T /H)
POWER SUPPL Y CHARACTERISTICS
1+

1Power Supply Rejection Ratio, V+

Full

76

90

70

90

Power Supply Rejection Ratio, V-

Full

80

100

80

100

NOTES:

dB

I

dB

1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values, applied individually beyond which the serviceability of the
circuit may be impaired. Functional operability under any of these conditions is not necessarily implied.
2. Acquisition Time is defined for a change of channel (+10V on chan. 1 to OV on chan.161 with simultaneous
change from HOLD to TRACK mode. Gain = 1.

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mHARRIS

HI-OAC 801
12-Bit High Speed Monolithic
Digital-to-Analog Converter

FEATURES

DESCRIPTION
L-

• DAC 80 CONFIGURATION
• MONOLITHIC CONSTRUCTION
260ns (TyP) TO 0.01%
• FAST SETTLING
• GUARANTEED MONOTONIC

DoC TO 75 0 C

• WAFER LASER TRIMMED

• APPLICATION RESISTORS ON CHIP
• ACCEPTS 6.2V OR 10.24V REFERENCE

• DIELECTRIC ISOLATION (OJ) PROCESSING·
APPllCA TIONS
• HYBRID DAC 80 BY ADDING REFERENCE
• HIGH SPEED, SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATION
TYPE ADC'S

a

Fast output current settling of 260ns is achieved using Dielectric
Isolation (D I) processing to reduce internal parasitics. The speed
of the HI-DAC 801 combined with its guaranteed monotonicity
and maximum 1/2 LSB linearity error (@+25 0 C) make it an ideal
choice for high speed successive approximation analog-to-digital
converters.
Laser trimmed application resistors are provided
on-chip for use with an external output amplifier. They allow
bipolar operation as well as +5V, +10V and +20V output ranges.

• HYBRID DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS

PAD CONFIGURATION/CHIP
--

.

••• •

VPs-

•

10.24V REF INPUT

•

6.2V REF INPUT

•

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

•••

vPs+/ " .
BIT 12 BIT 11 •
(LSBI
BIT 10.
BIT9.

I-"~""

BIT8.

GROUND

BIT 7 .

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15B
MILS

BIT6.

• 1"'°'"'
• ~

BITS.
BIT4 •

6.2V

.V~;F

BIT3.
•
•

BIPOLAR!: JUNCTION
6.2V BIPOLAR R
10.24V BIPOLAR R
10V SPAN

•

SPAN~JUNCTION

•••

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20V SPAN

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The Harris HI-DAC 801 is a 12-bit, monolithic digital to analog
converter. Available in dice form, it is suitable as a component.
in hybrid or compound monolithic circuits. The HI-DAC 801 is a
current output device, and the addition of a precision voltage reference makes it the functional equivalent of the popular DAC
80CBI-1.
Two versions are available-DAC 801-A, laser trimmed
to accept a +6.2V reference; and DAC 801-B, laser trimmed to
accept a +10.24 V reference. Both versions are guaranteed monotonic over the DoC to 75 0 C temperature range. 0 igital input code
may be complementary binary, complementary offset binary,
or complementary two's complement binary logic.

* A Summing Junction (normally an inverting input) is.formed at the control
amplifier's noninverting input, since the amplifier's feedback is inverted by
an external transistor,

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SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

Power Supply Inputs
Reference Inputs
Digital Inputs

Vps+
VpsVREF (Hi)
Bits 1-12

(Referred to Ground) (Note 1).

+18V
-18V
+Vps
OV TO +10V

Operating Temperature Range

-55 0 C to +125 0 C

Storage Temperature Range

-65 0 C to +150 0 C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (@+25 0 C,Vps+=+15V, Vps- =-15V, VREF = 6.2V,
(Note 5)

Unless otherwise noted)

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CONDITION

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MAX
TYP

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INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

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Digital Inputs
(TTL Compatible)
Input Voltage
Logic "1"
logic "0"
Input Current
Logic "1"
logic "0"

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Bit ON = "Logic 0"
Bit OFF = "logic 1"

2.0

Guaranteed, not tested

Referp.nce Inputs (Note 2)
Input Voltage
HI-DAC 801-A
HI-DAC 801-8
hlput Resistance
HI-DAC 801-A
HI-DAC 801-8

0.8

V
V

10
-100

p.A
p.A

6.2
10.24

V
V

12.4K
20K

n
n

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
Resolution

12

Bits

Linearity (Note 2)
Integral
Differential

±Y2
±Y2

LSB
LSB

0.005

0.01
0.1

% FSR
% FSR

0.05

0.1

% FSR

Monotonicity

OOC to +75 0 C GUARANTEED

Offset (Note 5)
Unipolar
Bipolar

All bits OFF

Gain Error

All bits OFF

Temperature Stability
Offset Drift (Note 2)
Unipolar
Bipolar
Differential Nonlinearity (Note 2)
Gain Drift (Note 2)
Settling Time (Note 2) , !1/2 LSB

2718

All bits OFF

All bits ON
All bits ON to OFF or
OFFtoON

ppm
FSR/oC

0.2
2
0.5
2

260

400

ns

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SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)
CONDITION

PARAMETER
Power Supply Sensitivity (Note 2)
Offset
Unipolar
+Vps
-Vps
Bipolar
+Vps
,
-Vps
Gain
+Vps
-Vps

HI-DAC 801
MIN

TYP

MAX

UNITS

-Vps =-15V
+Vps =+15V

0.05
0.05

% FSR/

-Vps =-15V
+Vps =+15V

0.05
0.05

-Vps =-15V
+Vps =+15V

10
10

%~Vps

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OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS

(,)

Output Current
Unipolar
Bipolar

:to.8

2
±1

2.4
± 1.2

rnA
rnA

en

1.6

2

2.4
10
+10

Kn

";::

pF
V
mV-ns

:c

1.6

Not including
Feedback Resistor

Output Resistance
Output Capacitance
Compliance Limit (Note 2)
Glitch (Note 2)

E
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-3
1600

UJ

'-

CU

POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
4.5
-16.5

Vps+
Vps Ips+ (Note 4)
Ips- (Note 4)

I

15
-15
5
-10

16.5
-11.4

V
V
rnA
rnA

NOTES:
1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values, applied individually, beyond which the serviceability of the circuit
may be impaired. Functional operation under any of these conditions is not necessarily implied.
2. See Definitions.
3. FSR is "full scale range". and is 2mA (:t20%) for current output.
4. After 30 seconds warm-up.
5. Parameters may vary according to die bonding scheme used. See recommended bonding diagram.

DEFINITIONS OF SPECIFICATIONS
DIGITAL INPUTS
The HI-DAC 801 accepts digital input codes in complementary
binary, complementary offset binary, and complementary two's
complement binary.

ACCURACY
NONLINEARITY - Nonlinearity of a D/A converter is an important measure of its accuracy. It describes the deviation from
an ideal straight line drawn between zero (all bits 0 FF)and full scale
(all bits ON).

ANALOG OUTPUT
DIGITAL
INPUT

Complementary Complementary Complementary
Binary
Offset
Two's
Binary
Complement·

MSB LSB
000 ... 000
+Full Scale
100 ... 000 Mid Scale-l LSB
111...111
Zero
+)1, Full Scale
011...111

+Full Scale
-ILSB
-Full Scale
Zero

-LSB
+Full Scale
Zero
-Full Scale

DIFFERENTIAL NONLINEARITY - For a D/A converter, it is
the difference between the actual output voltage change and the
. ideal (1 LSB) voltage change for a one bit change in code. A
Differential Nonlinearity of ±1 LSB or less guarantees monotonicity; i.e., the output always increases and never decreases for
an increasing input.

·1 nvert MSB with external inverter to obtain
CTC Coding

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DEFINITIONS OF SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)
SETTLING TIME

POWER SUPPLY SENSITIVITY

Settling time is the time required for the output to settle to within the specified error band for any input code transition. It is
usually specified for a full scale or major carry transition.

Power Supply Sensitivity is a measure of the change in gain and
offset of the D/A converter resulting from a change in -15V, or
+15V supplies. It is specified under DC conditions and expressed
as parts per millmn of fullscale range per percent of change in power
supply (ppm of FSR/%).

DRIFT

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GAl N DR IFT - The change in full scale analog output over the
specified tem perature range expressed in parts per' million of full
scale range per oC '(ppm of FSR/oC).
Gain error is measured
with respect to +250C at high (TH) and low (TL) temperatures.
Gain drift is calculated for both high (TH -25 0C) and low ranges
(+25 0C -TL) by dividing the gain error by the respective change
in temperature. The specification is the larger of the two representing worst case drift.

COMPLIANCE

OFFSET DRIFT - The change in analog output with all bits OFF
over the specified temperature range expressed in parts per million
of full scale range per oC (ppm of FSR/oC). Offset error is measured with respect to +25 0C at high (TH) and low (TL) temperatures. Offset Drift is calculated for both high (TH-25 0C) and low
(+25 0C -TL) ranges by dividing the offset error by the respective'
change in temperature. The specification given is the larger of the
two, representing worst-case drift.

A glitch on the output of a D/A converter is a transient spike
resulting from unequal internal 0 N-O FF switching times. Worst
case glitches usually occur at half-scale or the major carry code
transition from 011...1 to 100 ... 0 or vice versa. For example,
if turn ON is greater than turn OFF for 011...1 to 100 ... 0, an
intermediate state of 000 ... 0 exists, such that, the output momentarily glitches toward zero 'output. Matched switching times
and fast switching will reduce glitches considerably.

I

Compliance voltage is the maximum output voltage range that
can be tolerated and still maintain its specified accuracy. Compliance limit implies functional operation only and makes no
claims to accuracy.
GLITCH

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BONDING AND GROUNDING

In order to ensure proper operation of the HI-DAC 801, care must
be taken to bond it correctly. ,Primary in these considerations is
the selection of a grounding scheme. The best approach is to
distinguish between a general power ground and a reference, or
precision ground. Figure 1 shows the recommended connections
in a system using an operational amplifier (such as the Harris HA2600) to achieve voltage output. Notice that a ground plane extends along the chip, and all currents on the device flow through
this plane. Any errors which arise along this plane are most significant at the MSB end. It is best then to choose this end as the
reference point for the output. The opposite, or LSB end of the

plane, is bonded to the general system or power ground. Varying
currents through this point will give rise to voltages above those
defined as reference; however, the only current flowing into precision ground is the constant current drawn by the reference plus
the, negligible bias current of the op-amp. Remember that the
magnitude of the reference current changes when switching from
unipolar to bipolar operation and requires readjustment of offset
and gain. The finite resistance of the bond wires themselves introduce an error at both ends of the ground plane, and this effect is
reduced by double bonding of the ground pads. For effective bypassing tie the bypass capacitors close to' the pads of the chip.

+v~

POWER
GROUND

, FIGURE 1. SYSTEM GROUNDING AND SUPPLY BY/PASSING

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
OFFSET GAIN ADJUSTMENT

The offset and gain of the HI-OAC 801 may be externally adjusted
via potentiometers. With the device mounted in a suitable package

G
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BIPOLAR
OFFSET
ADJUST

F

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DAC 801-A

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2mA

(see Packaging the HI-OAC 801) connect the potentiometers as
indicated in Figure 2.

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VREF(LO)

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CONNECTIONS

OUTPUT
RANGE
UNIPOLAR
MODE
BIPOLAR
MODE

0i::

VREF(HI)

o TO +10V
o TO +5V
±10V
±5V
2.5V

BIAS RESISTOR (RB)

1.43Kn
1.11Kn

BTO E;
B TO E; ATO C
F TO G ; H TO I ; A TO E
F TO G ; H TO I ; B TO E
F TO G ; H TO I ; B TO E
ATOC

1.31K n
1.16Kn
.94Kn

FIGURE 2. OFFSET GAIN ADJUSTMENT

UNIPOLAR CALIBRATION

Step 1:

Step 2:

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Unipolar Offset
Turn all bits OFF
Adjust R1 for zero volts output
Gain
Turn all Bits ON
Adjust R2 for an output of FS-l LSB
That is, adjust for:
9.9976V for OV to +10V Range
4.9988V for OV to +5V Range

BIPOLAR CALIBRATION

Step 1:

Step 2:

Bipolar Offset
Turn all bits OFF
Adjust R1 for an output of:
-10V for !1 OV Range
-5V for ±5V Range
-2.5V for !2.5V Range
Gain
Turn Bit 1 (MSB) ON; all other bits OFF
Adjust R2 for zero volts output

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Ell HARRIS

HI-DAC16B/C
16-Bit 0 to A Converter

FEATURES

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DESCRIPTION

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• MONOLITHIC 01 BIPOLAR CONSTRUCTION

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• FAST SETTLING TIME
•

1ps TO .003%FS
±0.3ppm/ oC

LOW DIFF. NONLIN. DRIFT

•

± lppm/ oC

LOW GAIN DRIFT

• ON-CHIP SPAN & OFFSET RESISTORS
• TTL/5V-CMOS COMPATIBLE
~ 1/2LSB@+25 0 C

• LOW UNIPOLAR OFFSET

± 0.2ppm/ oC

• LOW UNIPOLAR 0 FFSET T.C.
• EXCELLENT STABILITY

• HIGH RESOLUTION CONTROL SYSTEMS
• HIGH FIDELITY AUDIO RECONSTRUCTION
• PRECISION FUNCTION GENERATION
AND INSTRUMENTATION

The HARRIS HI-DAC16 delivers a,stable, accurate output without sacrifice in speed. Settling time to within ±0.003% is one
microsecond. Overall performance of this monolithic device should
be attractive for applications such as high fidelity audio and highresolution control systems.

PINOUT

TOP VIEW

2722

Reference and span resistors have adjacent placement on the chip
for optimum match and thermal tracking. Futhermore, this layout
feature helps minimize the superposition error caused by selfheating of the span resistor, reducing it to less than 1/10LSB.
This and other design innovations have produced exceptionally
stable operation over temperature. Typical temperature coefficients
are ± 1ppm/oC for gain error and 0.3ppm/oC for differential non- _
linearity error.
The internal architecture is an extension of the earlier HI-562
with several major improvements. All code dependent ground
currents are steered to a separate non-critical path, namely, powersupply ground. This feature allows the precision ground of the
converter to be sensed with virtually zero voltage drop referred to
system ground. The· result is the complete elimination of nonlinearities due to code dependent ground currents while yielding an
extremely low unipolar offset of less than l/2LSB. Because of this
separation, the user may route the precision ground some distance
to the system ground without degrading converter accuracy.

APPLICATIONS

-VPSCONTROL AMP, -IN CONTROL AMP, +IN 10VSPAN RBIPOLAR O/S 10UTN.C.N.C._
20VSPAN R N.C. VREF IN ANALOG GND N.C. N.C. N.C.N.C.GND TERM±5V TERM R ±10V TERM R N.C.-

The HARRIS HI-DAC16 is a 16-bit, current output D/A converter.
Single chip construction includes thin-film application resistors
for use with an external op amp. These permit standard output
voltage ranges of 0 to +5V, 0 to +10V, ±2.5V, ±5V and ±10V.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21

-P.S. GND
~+VPS

- BIT
f-BIT
f-BIT
f-BIT
f- BIT

Typical power requirement is 450 MW, from the +15V and -15V
supplies combined. The package is a 40 pin ceramic DIP. Two
accuracy grades are offered.

1 (MSB)
2
3
4
5

~BIT6

f-BIT 7
f-BIT8
f-BIT 9
f-BIT 10
I-BIT 11
f-BIT 12
f-BIT 13
f-BIT 14
f - BIT15
f- BIT 16 (LSB)
f-N.C.
r- N.C.

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CANCELLATION
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BIT 161N
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lOV
SPAN R

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SPAN R

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lOUT
P.S. GND

10K

CONTR.AMP,+IN

BIPOLAR

0/5
CONTROL
AMP
':10V TERM
SPAN R

3.3K
5K ~ 20K ~ 20K ~ 20K ~ 20K ~ 20K ~20K ~ 20K ~ 20K

CONTR. AMP, -IN

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±5VTERM
SPAN R

GNDTERM

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INTERFACE

SPECIFICATIONS
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (Referred to Ground)
Power Supply Inputs
Reference Inputs
Digital Inputs

Vps +
Vps VREF (Hi)
Bits 1 to 16

Outputs

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+20V
-20V
±Vps
-lV, +12V

Power Dissipation Pd, Package
Operating Temperature Range

±'vps

Storage Temperature Range

1000 mW

HI-DAC 16B/C

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA =+25°C, Vps = ±15V, Vref

=

-65OC to +150"C

+10V, unless otherwise specified)

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PARAMETER

CONDITIONS

MIN

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MAX

MIN

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TYP

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UNITS

INPUT CHARACTERISTICS

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Bit OFF "Logic 0"

Input Voltage
Logic "'"
Logic "0"

2.0

V

2.0

Over full
temp. range

0.8

0.8

V

500

nA
fJA

Input Current
20

Logic "'"
Logic "0"

500

-50

Reference Input
Input Resistance
Input Voltage

20
-50

10
10

10
10

KU

Over full temp. range

16

16

Bits

Nonlinearity

@+25"C
Over full temp. range

i.OO23

Differential
Nonlinearity

@+25"C
Over full temp. range

i..OO1S

V

TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS
Resolution

Relative Accuracy (5)
Gain Error
Bipolar Offset Error
Unipolar Offset Error
Adjustment Range
Gain
Bipolar Offset
Temperature Stability
Gain Drift (2)
Offset Drift (2)
Unipolar Offset
Bipolar Offset
Differential Nonlinearity
Settling Time (2)
to ::!:.003%FS

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i.0045
±..0045

i.009

%FSR(3)

.t.003
l.OO6

.t.003

%FSR

With 100 S2 (1%) Trim Resistors
All Bits ON
All Bits OFF

i.l
l.5
l:002

i.l
l.S
i.002

%FSR

.02

.02

%FSR

See Operating Instructions
Using trim potentiometers.
as shown in Figure 1

l

2

Drift specified with internal
span resistors for voltage output
Over full temp. range

.:1;1

i5

II

±.5

i.2
i.5

Over full temp. range

iO.3

iO.3

All Bits ON·to·OFF or
OFF·to-ON

1.0

1.0

All Bits OFF

i.2

i5

ppm of
FSR/"C

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SPECIFICATIONS

(continued)

HI·DAC 16C

HI·DAC 16'B
PARAMETER

Glitch 121

CONDITIONS

MIN

FromOll ... l to 100 ... 0
or 100 ... 0toOl1... 1
IRo = 2.5KDl

TYP

MAX

MIN

0.52

TYP

MAX

UNITS

mA-ns

0.52

Power Supply 121
Rejection Ratio, PSR R 131

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Vps -

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

a
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ppm of
FSR/% Vps

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Output Current
Unipolar
Bipolar

-2

-2

!:,1

.±.1

Resistance

2.5K

2.5K

ohms

Capacitance

10

10

pF

oto .5
o to .10

oto .5
o tu .10

.±.2.5
i5
!.10

1. 2.!l
1.5

Output Voltage Ranges
Unipolar
Bipolar

Using external op amp
and internal scaling
resistors. See Figu re 1
and Table 1 for connections
-3

Compliance Limit 121
Compliance Voltage (21
Output Noise

Over full temp. range
0.1 to 5MHz (All Bits ONI

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+10

+10

-3

V

.±.1

±.1

V

30

30

IlVRMS

POWER REOUIREMENTS
Vps + (7)
Vps -

Over full
temp. range

13.5

+15

16.5

-13.5

-15

-16.5

Ips+141
Ips -(4)

All Bits ON or OFF
full temp. range

+13
-18

+18

-25

Power Dissipation

13.5
-13.5

+15

16.5

-15

-16,5

+13
-18

+ 18

-25

465

465

V

mA

mW

NOTES:
1. Absolute maximum ratings are limiting values, applied

individually, beyond which the serviceability of the circuit
may be impared. Functional operation under any of these
conditions is not necessarily implied.
2. See Definitions.

4. After 30 seconds warm-up_

5_ Using an external op amp with internal span resistors and
specified external trim resistors in place of potentiometers
Rl and R2- Errors are adjustable to zero using Rl and R2
potentiometers_ (See Operating Instructions Figure 2.)

3_ FSR is "full scale range" and is 20V for ± 1OV range, 10V
for ±5V range, etc., or 2mA (±.20%) for current output.

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2725

DEFINITIONS OF SPECIFICATIONS

DIGITAL INPUTS

DRIFT

The HI-DAC 16B/C accepts digital input codes in binary format
and may be user connected for anyone of three binary codes.
Straight Binary, Two's Complement, or Offset Binary. (See
Operation Instructions).

GAIN 0 RI FT - The change in full scale analog output over the
specified temperature range expressed in parts per million of
full scale per °C (ppm of FSRtC). Gain error is measured with
respect to +25°C at high (TH) and low (T L) temperatures.
Gain drift is calculated for both high (TH -25°C) and low
ranges (+25°C- TL) by dividing the gain error by the respective
change in temperature. The specification is the larger of the
two representing worst case drift.

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ANALOG OUTPUT

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INPUT

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MSB LSB
000 ... 000
100... 000
111...111
011...111

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Straight
Binary
Zero
~FS

+FS - 1 LSB
~FS - 1 LSB

Offset
Binary

Two's
Complement *

-FS 9(Full Scale)
Zero
-FS
Zero
+FS - 1 LSB
~FS - 1 LSB
Zero - 1 LSB +FS - 1 LSB

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*Invert MSB with external inverter to obtain Two's
Complement Coding

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ACCURACY
NON LI NEARITY - Nonlinearity of a D/A converter is an
important measure of its accuracy. It describes the deviation
from an ideal straight line transfer curve drawn between zero
(all bits OFF) and full scale (all bits ON).
DIFFERENTIAL NONLINEARITY - For a D/A converter, it
is the difference between the actual output voltage change and
the ideal (1 LSB) voltage change for a one bit change in code.
A Differential Nonlinearity of ±1 LSB or less guarantees monotonicity; Le., the output always increases and never decreases
for an increasing input.
SETTLING TIME
Settling time is the time required for the output to settle to
within the specified error band for any input code transition.
It is usually specified for a full scale or major carry transition.

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OFFSET 0 RIFT - The change in analog output with all bits
OFF over the specified temperature range expressed in parts
per million of full scale range per °C (ppm of FS R/oC). Offset
error is measured with respect to +25°C at high (TH) and low
(TL) temperatures. Offset Drift is calculated for both high
(TH -25°C) and low (+25°C - TL) ranges by dividing the
offset error by the respective change in temperature. The
specification given is the larger of the two, representing worstcase drift .
POWER SUPPLY SENSITIVITY
Power Supply Sensitivity is a measure of the change in gain and
offset of the 0/ A converter resulting from a change in -15 V,
or +15V supplies. It is specified under DC conditions and
expressed as parts per million of full scale range per percent of
change in power supply (ppm of FSR/%).
COMPLIANCE
Compliance voltage is the maximum output voltage range that
can be tolerated and still maintain its specified accuracy. Compliance limit implies functional operation only and makes no
claims to accuracy.
GLITCH
A glitch on the output of a 0/ A converter is a transient spike
resulting from unequal internal ON-O FF switching times. Worst
case glitches usually occur at half-scale or the major carry code
transition from 011 ... 1 to 100 ... 0 or vice versa. For example,
if turn ON is greater than turn 0 FF for 011 ... 1 to 100... 0, an
intermediate state, of 000 ... 0 exists, such that, the output
momentarily glitches toward zero output. Matched switching
times and fast switching will reduce glitches considerably.
(Calculated as the product of duration and amplitude.)

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
GAIN AND ZERO CALIBRATION
UNIPOLAR AND BIPOLAR VOLTAGE OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS

FIGURE 1

f}Rl

BIPOLAR

OffSET

!
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ADJUST

~2DIl'
100.·.·

C

ZOO·

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UNI'OLAR

OffSll
ADJUST

RJ

100:

The HI-DAC16B/C input reference resistor, bipolar offset
resistor and span resistors are optimized for excellent tracking
over temperature. LASER trimming of the reference circuit
resistors corrects the unipolar Gain and Offset errors to high
accuracy. The remaining error can be adjusted with trimming
potentiometers. The bipolar Gain and Offset errors are greater
since the LASE R correction is done in the unipolar mode, how·
ever these too are easily adjusted. Figure 1 illustrates the
connections for unipolar and bipolar operation. Trimming
potentiometers Rl, R2, and R3 are required for adjustment.

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L-

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UNIPOLAR CALIBRATION

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IOYAH

Step 1:

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Offset
e Turn all bits 0 FF (00 .. 0)
e Adjust R3 for zero volts output

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e Adjust R2 for an output of FS ..1 LSB
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4.999924 for +5V range

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BIPOLAR CALIBRATION
TABLE 1
OUTPUT
RANGE

Offset
Turn all bits 0 FF (00 .. 0)
Adjust R1 for an output of
-10Vfor± 10V range
-5V for ± 5V range
-2.5V for ± 2.5V range

Step 2:

Gain
Turn all bits ON (11..1)
Adjust R2 for FS-l LSB output
That is, adjust for:

CONNECTIONS
PIN5 PIN4 PIN9 PIN B
to
to
to
to

UNIPOLAR Oto+l0V
oto +5V
MODE

D
D

A
A

N.C.
PIN6

19
*

BIPOLAR
MODE

C
C
C

N.C.
A
A

A
N.C.
6

19
18
*

±10V
±5V
.±2.5V

Step 1:

9.999695 for ± 10V range
4.999847 for ± 5V range
2.499924 for ± 2.5V range

*Connect an external 1.1 K ohm resistor to ground.

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

GROUNDS
The HI-DAC16 has two ground terminals, pin 12 (REF GND)
and pin 40 (PWR GND). These should not be tied together
near the package unless that point is also the system signal
ground to which all returns are connected. (If such a point exists,
then separate paths are required to pins 12 and 40).

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The current through pin 12 is near-zero DC*, but pin 40 carries
up to 1.75mA of code - dependent current from bits '1,2, and 3.
The general rule is to connect pin 12 directly to the system
signal, or analog ground. Connect pin 40 to the local digital
or power ground. Then, of course, a single path must connect
the analog/signal and digital/power grounds.

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OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

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, *Current cancellation is a two-step process in which codedependent variations are eliminated, then the resulting DC
current is supplied internally. First, an auxiliary 13-bit R-2 R
Ladder is driven by the complement of the DAC's input code.
Together the main and auxiliary ladders draw a continuous
3.25mA from the internal grouild node, regardless of input code.
Part of this DC current is supplied by the zener voltage reference, and the remainder is sourced from the positive supply
via a current mirror which is laser trimmed for zero current
through the external terminal (pin 12).

COMPOSITE AMPLI FI ER
It is desirable at times to have an output amplifier which
combines the qualities of those op-amps available to the designer.
For instance one may wish to combine the excellent front-end
characteristics of the HA-5130 with the speed of a device such
as the HA-2540 (tsettle =250ns to 0.1%). In these instances
there is the option of the composite amplifier. The basic
configuration is shown in Figure 2.

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Connections to pin 6 (lOUT) on the HI-DAC16 are most
critical for high speed performance. Output capacitance of the
DAC is only 10pF, so a small additional capacitance will alter
the op amp's stability and affect settling time. Connections to
pin 6 should be short and few. Component leads should be
short on the side connecting to pin 6.

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HA 2540
HIOAC16

BYPASS CAPACITORS

HA 5130

Vo

Power supply bypass capacitors on the op amp will serve the
HI-DAC16 also. If no op amp is used, a O.Olu F ceramic capacitor from each supply terminal to pin 40 is sufficient, since
supply current variations are small.

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SELECTING AN OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER
The HI-DAC16 is a high resolution, high accuracy DAC. Many
applications will require an OP-Amp used as a current-to-voltage
converter at the DAC output. (Careful consideration should be
given the choice of this amplifier as a poor selection can seriously
degrade the inherent qualities of the DAC.)

The HA-5130 is an excellent choice to maintain high accuracy
with an average Offset Drift of only O.4pVrC leading to an
error over temperature of 30pV (.0003% FSR for a 10V FS);
Inital offset and bias current are 10pV and 3nA respectively,
while input noise current of 0.2 pA!VH'l. Settling time is
adequate for most audio applications. (llps typo to 0.1%).

2728

0

OV TO '10V

FIGURE 2

The composite amplifier may be used to achieve a compromise
depending on the requirements of a design. Trade-offs in performance can be made and the following equations apply:

Offset;

VOFF = VOFF2 + VOFF1
A01

Bias;

IBIAS = IBIAS2 + IBIAS1

Gain;

Vo
V1
= AV(S) = AV2(S)

[1 + AVl(S)]

The amplifier A2 should be of wide bandwidth and fast settling
time.

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PACKAGE DIMENSIONS

LEAD

COUNT
40

DIM.
A

DIM.
B

--

014

225

-

023

DIM.

C
008

-

'015

DIM.
D

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1990

DIM.
E

500

-

610

DIM.

F
590

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620

DIM.
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DIM.
H

DIM.
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OPERATING TEMP. RANGE

HI-DAC16B-5

Ooc to +75°C

±..003% FSR

HI-DAC16C-5

Ooc to +75°C

.±.006% FSR

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FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

• VERY HIGH SPEED: SETTLES TO 1/2 LSB IN 350ns
FULL SCALE SWITCHING
TIME 30ns
•

MONOTONICITY GUARANTEED OVER
TEMPERATURE

•

1/2 LSB MAX NONLINEARITY GUARANTEED
OVER TEMPERATURE

•

LOW GAIN DRIFT

•

LOW POWER DISSIPATION

•

LOW COST

•

LOW PSF

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High Speed Monolithic
Digital-to-Analog Converter

The H1-5660. 12-bit digital-to-analog converter is a similar second
source to the AD566, yet offers improved power dissipation performance .
Twelve high speed bipolar switches route the current from each
bit cell either to ground or to the laser trimmed thin film R-2R
ladder network, depending on the logic level of the bit input.

L.

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HC-5502
$lIC-lC Subscriber line
Interface Circuit

Preliminary
FEATURES'

DESCRIPTION

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The HARRIS SLlC-LC incorporates many of the BORSHT
functions on a single IC chip. This includes DC battery
feed, a ring relay driver, supervisory and hybrid functions.
Using the unique HAR RIS dielectric isolation process, the
SLlC-LC can operate directly with a wide range of station
battery voltagees.

• UNIQUE 01 HIGH VOLTAGE PROCESS
• COMPATIBLE WITH WORLDWIDE PABX
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
• CONTROLLED SUPPLY OF BATTERY FEED
CURRENT FOR SHORT LOOPS

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PABX system becomes overloaded during an emergency,
the SLlC-LC will provide system protection by denying
power to selected ~ubscriber loops.

• LOW POWER CONSUMPTION DURING STANDBY
• SWITCH HOOK, GROUND KEY AND RING TRIP
DETECTION FUNCTIONS
• SELECTIVE DENIAL OF POWER TO SUBSCRIBER
LOOPS
.

The HARRIS SLlC-LC is ideally suited in the design of new
digital PABX systems, by eliminating bulky, expensive
. hybrid transformers.

APPLICATIONS

SLlC-LC is available in either a 24 pin dual-in-line plastic
or ceramic package.

• SOLID STATE LINE INTERFACE CIRCUIT FOR
DIGITAL PBX SYSTEMS

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

PINOUT
TOP VIEW

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SHD

SWITCH HOOK
DETECTION

TX

TRANSMIT
OUTPUT

TX
AG
CAP 4

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CAP 3
DG

Rx
+IN
-IN
OUT

RS

2WIRE
LOOP

CAP2

RD
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RF
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150S!
POWER DENIAL

*Optional

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SlIC-lC Subscriber
line Interface Circuit

Preliminary
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• COMPATIBLE WITH WORLDWIDE PABX
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
• CONTROLLED SUPPLY OF BATTERY FEED
CURRENT FOR SHORT LOOPS

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SUPERIMPOSED RINGING SYSTEMS

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functions on a single IC chip. This includes DC battery
feed, a ring relay driver, supervisory and hybrid functions.
Using the unique HAR RIS dielectric isolation process, the
SLlC-LC can operate directly with a wide range of station
battery voltages.
The SLlC-LC also provides selective denial of power. If the
PABX system becomes overloaded during an emergency,
the SLlC-LC will provide system protection by denying
power to selected subscriber loops.

• LOW POWER CONSUMPTION DURING STANDBY
• SWITCH HOOK, GROUND KEY AND RING TRIP
DETECTION FUNCTIONS

The HARRIS SLlC-LC is ideally suited in the design of new
digital PABX systems, by eliminating bulky, expensive
hybrid transformers.

• SELECTIVE DENIAL OF POWER TO SUBSCRIBER
LOOPS

SLlC-LC is available in either a 24 pin dual-in-line plastic
or ceramic package. The SLI C-LC is also availabie in die form.

APPLICATIONS
•

SOLID STATE LINE INTERFACE CIRCUIT FOR
DIGITAL PBX SYSTEMS

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

PINOUT

TOP VIEW
T
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R FS
VB+
CAP 3
DG
RS
RD
TF

RF
VBBG

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CAP 4
RX
+IN
-IN

TX

TRANSMIT

OUTPUT

2WIRE
LOOP

OUT
CAP 2

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/5156A

II HARRIS
ADVANCE
FEA TURES

Monolithic CODECs
DESCRIPTION

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LOW OPERATION POWER
50mW TYP.
+5V OPERATION
TTL COMPATIBLE DIGITAL INTERFACE
INTERNAL PRECISION REFERENCE ON HC-5116A,
HC-5117A and HC-5156A
INTERNAL SAMPLE AND HOLD CAPACITORS
INTERNAL AUTO-ZERO CIRCUIT
HC-5116A-J..L-LAW CODING (SIGN PLUS MAGNITUDE
FORMAT)
HC-5117A-p-LAW, 03 COMPATIBLE FORMAT
HC-5156A- A-LAW CODING
SYNCHRONOUS OR ASYNCHRONOUS OPERATION

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The HC-5116A, HC-5117A and HC-5156A are monolithic PCM
CODECs implemented with double-poly CMOS technology.
The HC-5116A and HC-5117 A are intended for )1-law applications. The HC-5117 A has a 03 compatible format for line card
compatibility with the HC-5156A.

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Each device also contains a precision internal voltage reference,
eliminating the need for an external reference. There are no
internal connections to pins 15 or 16, making them directly interchangeable with CODECs using external reference components.
All devices are intended to be used with the HC-5512 monolithic
PCM filter which provides the input anti-aliasing function for the
encoder and smooths the output of the decoder and corrects
for the sin x/x distortion introduced by the decoder sample and
hold output.

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

PINOUT

ANALOG
INPUT

ANALOG INPUT

DIGITAL
OUTPUT

14 ANALOG GROUND
NC
XMITCLOCK

MASTER CLOCK 5

XMITSYNC
MASTER
CLOCK

XMIT SYNC 6

RCVCLOCK

XMIT CLOCK 7
8
DIGITAL OUTPUT

RCV SYNC

RCV SYNC
ANALOG
OUTPUT

DIGITAL
INPUT

TOP VIEW

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HC-5 512/5512A
PCM Monolithic Filter

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DESCRIPTION

• EXCEEDS ALL D3/D4 AND CCITT SPECI FICATIONS
• +5V, -5V POWER SUPPLI ES
• LOW POWER CONSUMPTION:
45mW (SOOn OdBm LOAD)
30mW (POWER AMPS DISABLED)
• POWER DOWN MODE: O.5mW
• 20dB GAIN ADJUST RANGE
• NO EXTERNAL ANTI-ALIASING COMPONENTS
• SIN x/x CORRECTION IN RECEIVE FILTER,
• 50/S0Hz REJECTION IN TRANSMIT FILTER
• TTL AND CMOS COMPATIBLE LOGIC
• ALL INPUT PROTECTED AGAINST STATIC DISCHARGE
DUE TO HANDLING

The HC-5512/HC-5512A filter is a monolithic circuit containing both transmit and receive filters specifically designed for
PCM CODEC filtering applications in 8kHz sampled systems.
The filter is manufactured using double-poly silicon gate
CMOS technology. Switched capacitor integrators are used
to simulate classical LC ladder filters which exhibit low
component sensitivity.
TRANSMIT FILTER STAGE
The transmit filter is a fifth order elliptic low pass filter in
series with a fourth order Chebyshev high pass filter. It provides a flat response in the passband and rejection of signals.
below 200Hz and above 3.4kHz.

PINOUT
DUAL-IN-LiNE PACKAGE
TOP VIEW

RECEIVE FILTER STAGE
The receive filter is a fifth order elliptic low pass filter designed
to reconstruct the voice signal from the decoded/demultiplexed
signal which, as a result of the sampling process, is a stairstep signal having the inherent sin xlx frequency response.
The receive filter approximates the function required to compensate for the degraded frequency response and restore
the flat passband response.

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
GS.
3

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16

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HC-55516

HARRIS

All-Digital Continuously
Variable Slope Delta Modulator (CVSD)
FEATURES
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SUPPLY

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• TIME CONSTANTS DETERMINED BY CLOCK
FREQUENCY; NO CALIBRATION OR DRIFT
PROBLEMS; AUTOMATIC OFFSET ADJUSTMENT

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The HC-55516 is a half duplex modulator/demodulator CMOS
integrated circuit used to convert voice signals into serial N RZ
digital data, and to reconvert that data into voice. The conversion is by delta modulation, using the continuously variable
slope (CVSD) method of companding.

• HALF DUPLEX OPERATION BY DIGITAL CONTROL
• FILTER RESET BY DIGITAL CONTROL
• AUTOMATIC OVERLOAD RECOVERY
• AUTOMATIC "QUIET" PATTERN GENERATION
• AGC CONTROL SIGNAL AVAILABLE

While signals are compatible with other CVSD circuits, internal
design is unique. The analog loop filters have been replaced by
digital filters, using very low power, and requiring no external
timing components. This approach allows inclusion of many
desirable features which would be difficult to implement using
other approaches.

APPLICATIONS

The HC-55516 has internal time constants optimized for a 16K
• VOICE TRANSMISSION OVER DATA CHANNELS
• VOICE ENCRYPTION/SCRAMBLING
• VOICE I/O FOR DIGITAL SYSTEMS
AND SPEECH SYNTHESIS

bits/sec data rate and is usable from 9K bits/sec to above 64K
bits/sec. The unit is available in 14 pin DIP (HC1) packages
in two temperature ranges: -55 0 C to + 125 0 C (-2 or -8), and
-40 0 C to +85 0 C (-9). It is also available in chip form.

• AUDIO MANIPULATIONS: DELAY LINES, TIME
COMPRESSION, ECHO GENERATION/
SUPPRESSION, SPECIAL EFFECTS, ETC.

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Section 11 for Packaging
1111
ALTERNATE

f"

CLOCK
fN

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GNO

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HARRIS
SEMICONDUCTOR

A DIVISION OF HARRIS CORPORATION

Pulse/Tone Dialer
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FEATURES

DESCRIPTION

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• GENERATES EITHER DTMF TONES OR DIAL PULSES
• INTERFACES WITH STANDARD KEYPADS (FORM A
CONTACT OR 2 OF 8) OR 4 BIT CMOS IlP BUS.
• 17 DIGIT LAST NUMBER REDIAL

The HC-5541 is a CMOS monolithic integrated circuit telephone dialer designed for applications where it is needed to produce either dial pulses or dial tones
at will.

• 1mA PEAK OUTPUT DRIVE

OUTPUTS

• USES INEXPENSIVE 3.5795 MHz TV COLOR BURST
CRYSTAL

The HC-5541 outputs dial pulses or dial tones on separate pins. Sixteen
standard DTMF frequency pairs are provided, accurate to ±1%. For pulse outputs, the make/break ratio can be selected with a single pin to conform to
either US or European standards. A mute output is provided to mute the
receiver while output signals are being generated.

•

REGULATED TONE OUTPUT AMPLITUDES

• 2.5 TO 6V OPERATION
• TONE FREQUENCIES WITHIN 1%
• SINGLE TONE CAPABI L1TY

INPUTS

• MEETS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR TONE
LEVELS AND DISTORTION

Data can be.entered from a 4x4 keypad or a 4 bit microprocessor bus. In addition, the circuit can be driven from a standard 3x4 keypad plus one additional
switch to select tones or pulses. Selection of keypad or microprocessor entry is
controlled from a single pin .

• AUTOMATIC RECEIVER MUTE OUTPUT DURING
. SIGNALING
• MUTE, PAUSE AND CANCEL SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

The pulseltone dialer is available in either a 20 pin dual-in-line plastic or
ceramic package.
.

PINOUT

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

M/B

TOP VIEW

v+

TONE OUT

SF

PULSE OUT

C1

H/S

C2

R1

C3

R2

GND

R3

SF

OSC OUT
OSC IN
TONE/PULSE
KIP

KIP

R4
MUTE OUT
C4

HIS

TONEIPULSE

M/B

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
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HARRIS

HV-1000/1005/1010

SEMICONDUCTOR ANALOG PRODUCTS DIVISION

'Induction Motor
Energy Saver

Preliminary
DESCRIPTION

FEATURES

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POWER SUPPLY REQUIRED
• PRODUCES POWER SAVINGS OFF FROM 10% TO 50%
FOR MOTORS WITH LIGHT OR VARIABLE LOADS
• SCR OUTPUT STAGE TRIGGERS TRIAC 01 RECTL Y
• LOAD ANTICIPATOR SENSES SHOCK LOADS AND
RESPONDS INSTANTLY WITH FULL POWER

The HV-1000/1005/1010 are energy saving induction motor
controller circuits specifically designed for use with 110/220
volt AC single phase induction motors to reduce power
consumption.
The controller circuit senses the load on the motor and then
controls a TRIAC to apply reduced voltage to lightly loaded
motors, full voltage to heavily loaded motors.

• WITHSTANDS LINE SURGES TO 2000V
• CAN BE MOUNTED INSIDE MOTOR
• NEEDS ONLY 3 RESISTORS, 2 CAPACITORS AND A
TRIAC TO ASSEMBLE COMPLETE CONTROLLER

APPLICATIONS

The HV-1000/1005/1010 is available in a 16 lead DIP.
Ideal' for mounting inside induction motors, it can also be
mounted in a heat sunk circuit box for external, after market
application.

PINOUT
TOP VIEW

• POWER TOOLS
• WATER PUMPS

AC La

• HEAT PUMPS

CAP B

• PRESSES

CAP A

AC HI

POT 3

• CONVEYORS

POT 2

• COMPRESSORS
~ ANY APPLICATION WHERE FOR SOME OF THE
TIME THE MOTOR IS DRIVING LESS THAN ITS'
RATED LOAD

SENSE

POT 1
CONTROL RETURN
GATE La

GATE HI

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
POT 1 POT 2 POT 3 CAP A CAP B SENSE

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GENERATOR

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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Input Voltage (With Input Resistor)
Input Voltage (Without Input Resistor)
Power Dissipation
Operating Temperature Range

±2000V
±600V
500mW
-25 0C to +85 0C
-400C to +1000C '

Storage Temperature
Lead Temperature (Soldering, 10 seconds)
Output Current (10 microsecond pulse)

300 0 C
500mA

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respectively should be selected so that the full load power factor of the controller approximately matches that of
Watts
the motor. The motor. power factor V- I A
at full load, which should be measured experimentally.
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HV-l005

HV-l010

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PARAMETER

MINIMUM

Difference Between Positive and Negative
. Triggering Times, Measured from Line
Voltage Zero Crossing
Output Stage Breakover Voltage

±600

MAXIMUM

UNITS

75

J1sec

V

NOTES:
1. Selection of HV-l000/1005/1010 by matching the full load power factor of the motor to that of the controller

ensures that the controller will apply full voltage to the motor at its full rated load. At reduced loads, the
controller wi" then apply appropriately reduced voltage to the motor so that its power consumption is reduced.
2. No guarantee of power savings can be given since the savings achievable depend entirely on the motor and its
application. For a motor driving only a flywheel (e.g. a circular saw or a bench grinder) a power reduction of
50% may often be observed when the tool is switched on but not in use. For typical variable load applications,
an overall power reduction of 10% is likely to be observed.

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Contender's
Winning
Combination
When you're The Contender, you have to have
technological superiority and strength to go the
distance. Most of all, you have to deliver.
We've rolled these key factors into a hard-hitting
combination punch that scores technical knockouts
over the competition every time.
FIRST WE NAIL'EM WITH THE RIGHT. We're the only
converter manufacturer with a patented commercial package guaranteed to be leak-proof! We're
on the leading edge of AID and DIA technology.
Our p-roducts feature innovative, state-of-the-art
circuit design, and we've incorporated the most
advanced manufacturing techniques available.
THEN WE PUT'EM AWAY WITH THE LEFT. No one else

goes to the extremes we do to assure quality. We
full power burn-in every product at +85 0 C. That's
15 0 C higher than the maximum specified operating
temperature range. We have to, because every
commercial data conversion product we build must
meet an Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) of 0.4%.
This commits us to guarantee that there will be no
rejects in a sample of 100 pieces. That's more than
twice as tough as it has to be-even for military
applications.
Hybrid Systems not only makes the products shown
here but hundreds of other data acquisition components ... including custom hybrids. Call for
details.

Industry Standard 574

S34.50(100's)

12-Bit, 25J1Sec Hybrid ADC
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

FEATURES
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Complete 12-Bit AID Converter
2SIJSec Conversion Time
Power 600mW
No Missing Codes
1S0nSec Bus Access Time
IJP BUS Compatible
Commercial and MIL-STD-883B Processing
Hermetic, 28 pin DIP, Metal Package

RESISTORSAAE THIN
FILM ON CERAMIC
SUBSTRATE

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Linearity Error
Differential
Integral
End Point Error 1
. Offset Bipolar
Unipolar
Full Scale
Conversion Time
Temperature Stability
Linearity
Offset
Full Scale
Power
Package

12-Bits
ANALOG

No Missing Codes
±O.013% F.S.R.

GND(AC)

ORDERING GUIDE
±O.2S% F.S.R.
±O.OS% F.S.R.
±O.3% F.S.R.
2SIJSec
Sppm/oC F.S.R.
Sppm/oC F.S.R.
2Sppm/oC F.S.R.
± 1SV, + SV/600mW
28 pin DIP

MODEL
HS 574J
HS 574K
HS 574L
HS 574S
HS 574T
HS 574U
HS 74S/B
HS 574T/B
HS 574U/B

RESOLUTION

LINEARITY ERROR
MAX OVER TEMP

TEMP RANGE

PROCESSING

PRICE( 1OO'S)

12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits

±1 LSB
±Y2 LSB
±Y2 LSB
±1 LSB
±1 LSB'
±1 LSB'
±1 LSB'
±1 LSB'
±1 LSB'

O°C to +70°C
O°C to +70°C
O°C to +70°C
-55°C to + 125°C
-55°C to +125°C
-55°C to + 125°C
-55°C to + 125°C
-55°C-to +125°C
-55°C to + 125°C

0.4%AQL'
0.4% AQL'
0.4%AQL'
0.4% AQL'
0.4% AQL'
0.4% AQL'
MIL-SID-883B
MIL-SID-883B
MIL-SID-883B

$ 34.50
$ 44.50
$ 65.50
$ 95.00
$130.00
$190.00
$115.00
$160.00
5230.00

'Note: ±'h LSB max error from -25°C to -85°C

'Adjustable 10 zero

0.4 % A.Q.L·

All units have full power burn-in at + 85°C. Acceptable qualily level (AQL) of 0.4% means that Hybrid Systems guarantees thatthere will be no
rejects in a sample lot of 100 pieces. That·s more than twice as tough as it has to be-even for military applications.

Hybrid Systems
CORPORATION

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22 Linnell Circle, Billerica, MA 01821
(617)667-8700, TWX 710-347-1575

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HS 5200 Series
FEATURES
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FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

12-Bit Conversion in 10JASec (Typical)
Adjustment-Free (±O.0125%) Linearity
Low Power 670mW (Typical)
Hermetic, 24-pin DIP, Metal Package
MIL-STD-883B Processing
Pin Compatible to MN5200

MSB
BIT 1 2
9

8

4

3

5

6

7

5

6

7

8

'LSB
9 10 11 12

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Linearity
Absolute Accuracy'
Conversion Time
Temperature Range
C-versions
B-versions
Power
Package

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ANA
IN

12 Bits
±1h LSB
±O.4%
13JASec

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fEoSTATUS
(EOC)

~START

15Vo2l

OAC
COMP

f2loNOTE 1

ORDERING GUIDE
RESOLUTION I
CONVERSION TIME

MODEL

O°C to + 70°C
-55°C to + 125°C
+ 15V, +5V/870mW
24-pin DIP, Metal

, Includes all errors. gain. zero. and linearity over temperature.

0.4 % A.Q.L.· All units have full power burn·in at +85°C.
Acceptable quality level (AQL) of 0.4% means that Hybrid
Systems guarantees that there will be no rejects in a sample
lot of 100 pieces. That's more than twice as tough as it has
to be-even for military applications.

HS 5210C-12
HS 5211C-12
HS 5212C-12
HS 5213C-12
HS 5214C-12
HS 5215C-12
HS 5216C-12
. HS 5210B-12
HS 5211B-12
HS 5212B·12
HS 5213B-12
HS 5214B·12
HS 5215B-12
HS 5216B-12

12 Bits,
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits,
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
12 Bits.
'12 Bits.
12 Bits.

131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec
131'Sec

INPUT
RANGE

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± 5V
±10V
Oto -10V
± 5V
±10V
Oto +10V
Oto -10V
± 5V
±10V
o to -10V
± 5V
±10V
Oto +10V

TEMP RANGE
DoC to
DoC to
DoC to
DoC to
O°C to
O°C to
O°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to

+70°C
+70°C
+70°C
+70°C
+70°C
+70°C
+70°C
+ 125°C
+ 125°C
+ 125°C
+ 125°C
+ 125°C
+125°C
+ 125°C

PROCESSING. PRICE (1-9)
0.4% AQL o
o
0.4% AQL
0.4% AQL o
o
0.4% AQL
0.4% AQL o
o
0.4% AQL
o
0.4% AQL
MIL-STD-883B
MIl-STD·883B
MIL-STO-883B
MIL-STO-883B
MIL-STD-883B
MIL·STD883B
MIL-STD-883B

$160.00
$160.00
$16000
$160.00'
$160.00'
$160.00'
$16000
$190.00
$19000
$19000
$190.00'
$190.00'
$19000'
$19000

, 10V external reference user supplied

Technical knockouts from the Contenders!

12-Bit 10",Sec Hi Rei ADC
ADC85 Series

.

FEATURES
•
•
•
•

-55°C to+ 125°C Operation
No Missing Codes
Replaces ADC84/85, HX12B, HZ12B
Low Power 1.2W (maximum)

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Analog Inputs
Unipolar
Bipolar
Outputs
Coding
Linearity
Conversion Time
Scale Factor Drift
Linearity Drift
Temperature Range
Power
Package

S134.00 (1-9)
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

12 Bits

LSB
MSB MS1!
1 2345678910111213

o to

20

+5V, 0 to +10V
±2.5V, ±5V, ± 10V
Parallel, Serial/TIL
CBIN/COBIN
±O.012% F.S.R. (maximum)
8.8",Sec, 10",Sec (maximum)
15ppm/oC (maximum)
2ppm/oC (maximum)
-55°C to + 125°C
±15V, +5V/1.2W (maximum)
32-pln DIP

32
14
21

STATUS
SERIAL OUT
SHORT CYCLE
START
CLOCK
RA TE CONTROL
CLOCK OUT
REF OUT

BUFFER OUT
BUFFER IN
7 4 25 23
GAIN 10V 20V BIPOLAR
AOJ RANGE OFFSET

22
COMPARATOR IN

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL
HSADC85B
HSADC85C

Hybrid Systems
CORPORATION

2744

RESOLUTION ACCURACY

I

12 Bits
12 Bits

I

12 Bits
12 Bits

TEMP RANGE

PROCESSING

r
I

PRICE

1-55 0 C to + 125°C MIL-STD-883B 1$205.00
O°C to +70°C
0.4% AQL· $134.00

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©

Ie MASTER 1983

14,15 and 16 Bit Linearity
Latched MBAC's
DAC9331-16 Series
FEATURES
•
•
•
•
•
•
•

up to 16-Bit (0.0008%) Linearity
Two-Chip Construction
Input Registers
24-pin DIP, Metal Package
2 and 4-Quadrant Multiplication
Single Supply Operation
Low Power 60mW

S69.00(1-9)
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
10

II

9

13

14

15

16 ANAGND '15V

1

~~~CH 0 19

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Coding
Logic
Reference Input
Output
Linearity
DAC9331-16-4
DAC9331-16-5
DAC9331-16-6
Settling Time
Scale Factor Drift
Temperature Range
Power
Package

12

9 24~ 23~9
I
+--~---.I.-....

2

3

CONTROL

16 Bits
BIN,OBIN
CMOS, TTL
o to ±25V
200/AAIVREF

1~~_O

lOUT 2

lLoIOUT 1

14
FEEDBACK

±0.003% F.S.R.
±0.0015% F.S.R.
±0.0008% F.S.R.
2/ASec
2ppm/oC
O°C to + 70°C
+ 15V/60mW
24-pin DIP

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL

r--+-~1;.:..O-oVOUT

16 Bits, 18 Bits
BIN,OBIN
CMOS, TTL
o to +10V, ± 10V
GAIN
ADJUST

+ 15V

-15V

GND

BIPOLAR

SUMMING
JUNCTION

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL
DAC9377-4D
DAC9377-16-4
DAC937716~

DAC937716-6
DAC377B18
DAC377C-18

RESOLUTION LINEARITY
4 BCD
16 Bits
16 Bits
16 Bits
18 Bits
18 Bits

±OOO2%
14 Bits
16 Bits
16 Bits
16 Bits
16 Bits

TEMP RANGE
O°C
O°C
O°C
O°C
-55°C
O°C

to
to
to
to
to
to

PROCESSING PRICE (1-9)
o

0.4% AQL
+70°C
o
0.4% AQL
+70°C
o
0.4% AQL
+70°C
o
0.4% AQL
+70°C
+ 125°C MIL·STD-883B
o
0.4% AQL
+70°C

5 99.00
5 89.00
512900
519900
539500
5205.00

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(617)667-8700, TWX 710-347-1575

2745

Monolithic
I4·BitMDAC

S29.00 (IOO's)

HS 3140 Ser-ies

FEATURES

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•
'.
•
•
•
•
•

Monolithic CMOS Circuit
On-Chip Resistors
Linearity ± 0.003%
Monotonic Over Temperature
Latch-Up Protected
20-pin DIP, Metal Package
Pin Compatible to DAC-HA 14B
Commercial and MIL-STD-883B Processing

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
19

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Coding
Logic
Reference Input
Output
Linearity
HS 3140-4
HS 3140-3
Settling Time
Scale Factor Drift
Temperature Range
C-versions
B-versions
Power
Package

14 Bits
BIN,OBIN
CMOS, TIL
to ±25V

o

SWITCHES ARE
SHOWN IN THE
HIGH STATE

4b

200~AIVREF

BIT 1
IMSBI

A FEEOBACK

'SIMPLIFIED CMOS SWITCH

±0.003%
±0.006%

ORDERING GUIDE

1.5~Sec

2ppm/oC

MODEL

RESOLUTION

LINEARITY

14 Bits
14 Bits
14 Bits
14 Bits

13 Bits
14 Bits
13 Bits
14 Bits

HS 3140C3
HS 3140C4
HS 3140B3
HS 3140B 4

O°C to + 70°C
-55°C to + 125°C
+15V/@1mA
20-pin DIP

TEMP RANGE
O°C to
O°C to
-55°C to
-55°C to

PROCESSING

PRICE (1·91

04% AQL+ 70°C
04%AQL+ 7Q°C
+ 125°C MIL-STD-883B
+ 125°C MIL-STD·883B

5 35.00'
5 39.00
S 8000
510800

'S29 00 (100'5)

Technical knockouts from the Contenders!

Monolithic
1&·BitMDAC

HS 3160

S39.00 (IOO's)

FEATURES
•
•
•
•

• Latch-Up Protected
Monolithic CMOS Circuit
• Small Size, 22 pin DIP
On-Chip Resistors
• Commercial and
Linearity ±0.003% (14·Bits)
Monotonic Over Temperature
MIL-STO-883B Processing

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
21

5k

5k

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
16-Bits
Coding
BIN, OBIN
Logic
CMOS, TTL
Reference Input
0 to ± 25V
Output
'
200/1AIV REF
Integral Linearity (Accuracy) ,
HS 3160-4
±0.006% F.S.R. Max
HS 3160-3
±0.012% F.S.R. Max
Differential Linearity
HS 3160-4
±0.006% F.S.R. Max
HS 3160-3
±0.012% F.S.R. Max
Settling Time
1.5/1Sec
2ppm/oC
Scale Factor Drift
Temperature Range
C-versions
O°C to + 70°C
B-versions
-55°C to +125°C
Power
+15V@1mA
Package
22 pin DIP Ceramic

GNO

Voo

1

BIT 1
IMSBI

lOUT 1

SWITCHES ARE
SHOWN IN THE
HIGH STATE

\!> 2

BIT

R FEEDBACK

*This schematic is simplified for clarity.

ORDERING GUIDE

Hybrid Systems
CORPORATION

2746

20

MODEL
HS 3160C-3
HS 3160C-4
HS 3160B-3
HS 3160B-4

RESOLUTION

LINEARITY

TEMP RANGE

PROCESSING

PRICE (1-9)

16 Bits
16 Bits
16 Bits
16 Bits

13 Bits
14 Bits'
13 Bits
14 Bits'

O°C to +70°C
O°C to +70°C
-55°C to + 125°C
-55°C to + 125°C

0.4% AQL"
0.4% AQL"
MIL-STO-883B
MIL-STO-883B

$ 45.00'
$ . 49.00
S '90.00
$119.00

1$39.00 (100's)

Iintegral Linearity (Accuracy): 0.006% F.S.R. Max
Differential Linearity: 0.006% F.S.R. Max

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Double ·Buflered
·12-Bit IlBAG
HS 3120 Series
FEATURES
•
•
•
•
•
•

Monolithic Construction
12-Bit Resolution
linearity 0.01%
IJP Compatible
4-Quadrant Multiplication
Latch·Up Protected

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
IMSB)
BIT I 2

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

ILSB)
11 BIT 12 VRE F

a
HBE

en

MBE

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Coding
Logic
Reference Input
Output
linearity
HS 3120-0
HS 3120-2
Settling Time
Scale Factor Drift
Temperature Range
C·versions
B·versions
Power
Package

3

FBI

LBE

12 Bits
BIN,OBIN
CMOS, TTL
o to ±25V
200IJAIVREF

101

LDAC c > = l - - - - I

102
FB4
FB3

"0

±0.05%
±0.01%
1IJSec
2ppm/ o C

>:c

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL

RESOLUTION

UNEARITY

12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits

10 Bits
12 Bits
10 Bits
12 Bits
10 Bits
12 Bits

HS 312OC-0
HS 312OC-2
HS 3120E-0
HS 3120E-2
HS 3120B-0
HS 3120B-2

O°C to + 70°C
-55°C to + 125°C
+ 1SV/@2.5mA
28-pin DIP

TEMP RANGE
O°C to
O°C to
-25°C to
-25°C to
-ssoC to
-ssoC to

+70°C
+70°C
+85°C
+85°C
+ 125°C
+ 125°C

PROCESSING
0.4% AQL o
0.4% AQL o
0'.4% AQLo
0.4% AQL o
MIL-SID-883B
MIL-SID-883B

PRICE (1·9)
S29.OO
S36.OO
S33.OO
S42.OO
S72.oo
S82.OO

Industry Standard BAG 80
FEATURES
• Voltage or Current Output
• TTL and CMOS Compatible
• Wide Operating Supply Range

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Coding
Logic
Output
Current
Voltage
Total Error
Unipolar
Bipolar
Settling Time

S15.95 ANY QTY.

12 Bits
CBIN, COBIN
CMOS, TTL

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

± 1mA, 0 to - 2mA
±2.5V, ±5V, ±10V,Oto +5V

Power
Temperature Range
Package

BIT 1
(MSBI

BIT 12
(lSBI

±0.08% F.S.R.
±0.06% F.S.R.
300nSec (-I)
3IJSec (-V)
±15V/750mW
O°C to + 70°C
24-pin DIP

15

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL
HS DAC80-CBI-I
HS DAC80-CBI-V

I

DESCRIPTION
Current Output
Voltage Output

I

PROCESSING
0.4% AQL o
0.4% AQL o

PRICE (1 up)

I

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CORPORATION

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• 12-Bit Resolution
• Fast Output Settling
• ± 1/2 LSB linearity

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S15.95
S16.95

HS DAC80-CBI·V

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(617)667-8700, TWX 710-347-1575

2747

Complete J-lP Compatible
12 BitDAC
DAC338, HS 9338 Series

S39.00 (1-9)

FEATURES

CIl

•
•
•
•
•

/JP BUS Compatible
0 to + 10V, 0 to +5V, ± 10V, ±5V Output Ranges
Binary Coding
linearity ±0.01%
2.5/JSec Settling Time

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
DATA INPUTS

MSB

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SPECIFICATIONS

WR

Resolution
Coding
Logic
Output
linearity

HBE

12 Bits
BIN,OBIN
CMOS, TIL
o to +10V, ± 10V, ±5V

-0

LBE
LDAC

± 0.05% F.S.R.
±0.02% F.S.R.
±0.01% F.S.R.
20/JSec
15ppm/oC
O°C to +70°C
+ 15V/450mW
28-pin DIP

-1

-2
Settling Time
Scale Factor Drift
Temperature Range
Power
Package

11

MBE

+5V

-15V

+15V

GND

BIPOLAR

GAIN

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL

RESOLUTION LINEARITY

DAC338B-12-0
DAC338B-12-1
DAC338B-12-2
HS 9338-0
HS 9338-1
HS 9338-2

12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits
12 Bits

10 Bits
11 Bits
12 Bits
10 Bits
11 Bits
12 Bits

TEMP RANGE
-55°C
-55°C
-55°C
O°C
O°C
O°C

to
to
to
to
to
to

PROCESSING PRICE (1-9)

+ 125°C MIL-STD-883B
+ 125°C MIL-STD-883B
+ 125°C MIL-STD-883B
0.4% AQL'
+70°C
0.4% AQL'
+70°C
0.4% AQL'
+70°C

5118.00
5126.00
5137.00
5 39.00
5 44.00
5 49.00

Technical knockouts from the Contenders!

Complete Buffered 12-Bit BAC's
HS3860 Series

-

SPECIFICATIONS
Resolution
Coding
Logic
Output
Linearity Error
O°C to +70°C

FEATURES
12 Bits
CBIN, COBIN
CMOS, TIL
to + 10V, ±5V, ± 10V

o

± 1f4 LSB (typical)
±1f2 LSB (maximum)
-55°C to +125°C
±1f2 LSB (maximum)
Monotonlcity
Guaranteed Over Temp.
Full Scale Absolute Error
+25°C
±0.05% F.S.R. (typical)
±0.1% F.S.R, (maximum)
-55°C to + 125°C
±0.15% F.S.R. (typical)
± 0.3% F.S.R. (maximum)
(B-verslon) ,
Zero Error
+25°C
±0.025% F.S.R. (typical)
± 0.05% F.S.R. (maximum)
-55°C to 125°C
±0.05% F.S.R.(typlcal)
(B-verslon)
±0.1% F.S.R. (maximum)
Gain Error
±0.1%
±10ppm/oC
Gain Drift
Settling Time
3jASe~.......
Temperature Range
C-version
O°C to +:70°C
B-verslon
-55°C to +125°C
Power
± 15V, +5V/1000mW
Package
24-pln DIP, Ceramic

•
•
•
•
•

± 112 LSB Linearity (maximum)
±O.3% Absolute Accuracy Over Temperature
3~Sec Settling Time
MIL-STD-883B Processing
Superior Replacement for MN3860

Hybrid Systems
CORPORATION

2748

SI40.00(1-9)

FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

~_-:--_--),:.:!.15-o OUTPUT

REF

REF

GAIN

BIPOLAR

OUT

IN

AOJ

OFFSET

ORDERING GUIDE
MODEL

RESOLunON

HS 3860B I
HS 3860C

12 Bits
12 Bits

LINEARITY

t

12 Bits
12 Bits

TEMP RANGE

PROCESSING

PRICE (1-9)

I-550C to + 125°C IMIL-STD-883B I 5225.00
O°C.to +70°C
0,4% AQL'
5140.00

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© Ie MASTER 1983

MICRO
PO\NER
SVSTEMS _______________________________________

DAC's, ADC's, Mux's & Switches

•

Note: See other MPS parts in Linear and Military Sections.

Analog Multiplexers

Digital-to Analog Converters

o Second source to Analog Devices,
Harris and Siliconix
o Low leakage; dielectric isolation
o 25 volt over-voltage protection
o Low ON resistance

o Second source to Analog Devices and PMI
o Improved temperature drift characteristics
o Superior stability - no laser trimming
o .5 ppm gain tempco for MP7621

Type

Model

RON (max, Access Off Output
Replaces
full temp) Time 1 Leakage
nsec (max, full temp)
ohm

MP7501

8 Channel

375

800

250 nA

AD7501

MP7502

4 Channel Diff.

375

800

125 nA

AD7502

MP7503

800

250 nA

AD7503

MP7506

8 Channel
375
(lnv. Enable)
16 Channel
500

800

500 nA

AD7506
DG506

MP7507

8 Channel Diff.·

500

800

250 nA

AD7507
DG507

MP7508DI

8 Channel

350

500

500 nA

HI508A
DG508

MP7509DI

4 Channel Diff.

350

500

500 nA

HI509A
DG509

1(typ,25°C)

Model

MP370
MP377-18
MP562
MP3140
MP5520
MP5560
MP7520
MP7521
MP7522
MP7523
MP7524
MP7530
MP7531
MP7533
MP7541
MP7614
MP7616
MP7621
MP7622
MP7623
MP9331
MP9377-16

Type

Resolution

CMOS, High Resolution
CMOS, Buffered
Bipolar, Low Power
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS and Bipolar
Bipolar, Low Noise
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, IlP Compatible
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, IlP Compatible
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Untrimmed
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, Multiplying
CMOS, High Resolution
CMOS, Buffered

18
18
12
14
6
10
10
12
10
8
8
10
12
10
12
14
16
12
12
12
16
16

Accuracy
±.0008%
±.0008%
±.006%
±.006%
±.2%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.05%
±.012%
±.012%
±.006%
±.012%
±.012%
±.012%
±.0008%
±.0008%

Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit
Bit

Replaces
DAC-370-18
DAC-377-18
AD562
HS3140
DAC01
DAC100
AD7520
AD7521
AD7522
AD7523
AD7524
AD7530
AD7531
AD7533
AD7541
AD7546
AD7546
AD7541
HS3120
AD7541
DAC-9331-16
DAC-9377-16

Analog-to-Digital Converters
o
o
o

Analog Switches

Second source to Analog Devices
Bright display digital panel meter
Microprocessor compatible

Model

Type CMOS

Resolution Accuracy

o

Second source to Analog Devices,
Harris and Siliconix
D' Low ON resistance

Replaces
Model

MP7138 3Y2 Digit Panel Meter

100 J1.V

±.05%

MP7550 Quadslope, 2's Complement 13 Bit

± 1 L.S.B.

AD7550

,MP7570 Successive Approximation

10 Bit

±.05%

AD7570

MP7574 Successive Approximation

8 Bit

±.75 L.S.B.

AD7574

8 Bit

± .5 L.S.B.

AD7581

MP7581

8 Channel, 8 Bit

Type

Off Output
Switch
RON
Leakage (max,
ON Time
Replaces
(max,
full temp) full temp) (typ, 25°C)

MP200DI

Dual, SPST

500 nA

100 ohm

240 nsec

DG200
HI200

MP201DI

Quad, SPST

500 nA

125 ohm

185 nsec

DG201
HI201
AD7510DI

MP7510DI

Quad, SPST

500,nA

175 ohm

180 nsec

MP7511DI

Quad, SPST

500 nA

175 ohm

180 nsec AD7511DI

MP7512DI

Dual, SPOT

500 nA

175 ohm

180 nsec

AD7512DI

Dielectrically isolated multiplexers and switches
are indicated by "DI" suffix.

All Micro Power System's Ie's are available with 883B .
processing, in dice form, or to customer's specifications.
© Ie MASTER 1983

INA

MICRO
.u\W:POWER
SYSTEMS

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Santa Clara, CA 95050
(408) 727-5350

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FLOPPY DISK SUPPORT

MOTOROLA,

MC3470P
MC3470AP

SEMICONDUCTORS
p.o. BOX 20912 • PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85036

Specifications and
Applications InforIllation

FLOPPY DISK
READ AMPLIFIER SYSTEM

L;

FLOPPY DISK READ AMPLIFIER

:::J

The MC3470 is a monolithic READ Amplifier System for obtaining
digital information from floppy disk storage. It is designed to accept
the differential ae signal produced by the magnetic head and produce a digital output pulse that corresponds to each peak of the input
signal. The gain stage amplifies the input waveform and applies it
to an external filter network, enabling the active differentiator and
time domain filter to produce the desired output.

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Amplifier Function'in One Circuit

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Guaranteed Maximum Peak Shift of 2.0% -

. 100..

o

SILICON MONOLITHIC
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT

MC3470A
P SUFFIX
PLASTIC PACKAGE
CASE 701-01

• Improved (Positive) Gain TC and Tolerance
• Improved Input Common Mode

TYPICAL APPLICATION
Filter Network

Active
Differentiator

Amplifier
Inputs

3
Offset
Decoupling {

4

Gnd

One.Shot
Components

{6

One·Shot
Components {

Analog Inputs

Gain Select

Mono #1

Mono

7

8
9

#2

© MOTOROLA INC., 1982

2750

Data
Output

OS9588
(Replaces AOI-512)
© Ie MASTER 1983

®

FLOPPY DISK SUPPORT

MOTOROLA

MC3469P
MC3471P

SEMICONDUCTORS
P.O. BOX 20912 • PHOENIX, AR,IZONA 85038

Specifications and
Applications Information

FLOPPY DISK
WRITE CONTROLLERS

FLOPPY DISK WRITE CONTROLLER

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SILICON MONOLITHIC
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT

The MC3469 and MC3471 are monolithic WRITE Current Controllers designed to provide the entire interface between floppy disk heads
and the head control and write data signals for straddle-erase or tunnelerase heads.
Provisions are made for selecting a range of accurately controlled
write currents and for head selection during both read and write operation. Additionally, provisions are included for externally adjusting
degauss period and inner/outer trace compensation.
The MC3471 provides the erase delay and inhibit functions required
to interface with tunnel-erase heads.

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• Head Selection - Current Steering Through Write Head and Erase
Coil in Write Mode

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• Provides High Impedance (Read Data Enable) during Read Mode
• Head Current (Write) Guaranteed Using Laser Trimmed Internal
Resistor (3.0 rnA using Rext = 10 k!l)
• IRW Select Input Provides for Inner/Outer Track Compensation
MC3471 only

• Degauss Period Externally Adjustable

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• Specified with ± 10% Logic Supply and Head Supply (VSS) from
10.8 V to 26.4 V
• Minimizes External Components

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• MC3471 Provides On-Chip Adjustable Erase Delays

MC3469
BLOCK DIAGRAM

MC3471
BLOCK DIAGRAM
R/W1 R/W2

R/W1 R/W2

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Toggle
Select

Toggle
Select

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Current
Select

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Current
Select

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SEMICONDUCTORS
PO. BOX 20912 • PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85036

OCTAL THREE-STATE BUFFER/LATCH

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This series of devices combines four features usually found
desirable in bus-oriented systems: 1) High impedance logic inputs
insure
that
these devices do not seriously load the
. bus; 2) Three-state logic configuration allows buffers not being
utilized to be effectively removed from the bus; 3) Schottky
technology allows for high-speed operation; 4) 48 rnA drive
capability.

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Inverting and Non-Inverting Options of Data

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SN74S373 Function Pinouts

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Eight Transparent Latches/Buffers in a Single Package

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Full Parallel-Access for Loading and Reloading

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Buffered Control Inputs

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All Inputs Have Hysteresis to Improve Noise Rejection

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MC3482A/MC6882A.
MC3482B/MC6882B
This device may be ordered under
either of the above type numbers.

OCTAL THREE-STATE
BUFFER/LATCH

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CASE 732

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High Speed - 8.0 ns (Typ)

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Three-State Logic Configuration

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Single +5 V Power Supply Requirement

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Compatible with 74S Logic or M6800 Microprocessor Systems

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High Impedance PNP Inputs Assure Minimal Loading of the Bus

INPUT EaUIVALENT
CIRCUIT

MICROPROCESSOR BUS EXTENDER APPLICATION
(Clock)
Gnd + 5 V

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OUTPUT EaUIVALENT
CIRCUIT
VCC

Address
and
Control

Data

Bus

Bus

ORDERING INFORMATION

(Temperature Range for the following
devices = 0 to + 7SoC.1
Device

Alternate

Package

MC6882AL

MC3482AL

Ceramic DIP

MC6882BL

MC3482BL

Ceramic DIP

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BUS STANDARD LINE DRIVERS
& RECEIVERS
STANDARD
RS232C
RS422

RS423

INTRODUCED

1982 INTRODUCTION

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MC3486 REC
MC3487 DR
AM26LS31 DR

AM26LS32 REC

MC3487 DR

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(PARTY LINE)
IEEE 488-1978

IBM GA-22-6974-3

1983 INTRODUCTION

MC1488 DR
MC1489 REC

SN75172 REC
SN75174 REC

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SN75175 DR
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MC3440-43A
MC3446A
MC3448A
MC3447

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MC3481
MC3485
MC75125-9

PERIPHERAL DRIVERS
PART
NUMBER
MC1411 P (ULN2001 A)
MC1412P (ULN2002A)
MC1413P (ULN2003A)
MC1416P (ULN2004A)
MC1472U/Pl
ULN2801A
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ULN2802A
ULN2803A
ULN2804A
ULN2068B
ULN2074B

DESCRIPTION

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Seven Element
Darlington
Array (0.5 A Max)
Dual Positive NAND
Octal Darlington
Array (0.5 A Max)

Ouad 1.5 A Darlington(2)
Ouad 1.5 A Darlington(3)

INPUT
COMPATIBILITY
General
PMOS
TIL/CMOS
NMOS
Hl Z(l)
General
PMOS
TIL/CMOS
CMOS/PMOS
TIL/CMOS/DTL
General

(1) PNP Bufferer for TTl/MaS Compatibility
(2) Open Collector - Diode Clamped
(3) Open Collector - Open Emitter

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MICROPROCESSOR/COMPUTER
INTERFACE
MC3481
MC3485

MOTOROLA

SEMICO.ND'UCTORS
P.O. BOX 20912 • PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85036

IBM 360/370
QUAD LINE DRIVER

QUAD SINGLE-ENDED LINE DRIVER
The MC3481 and MC3485 are quad single-ended line drivers
specifically designed to meet the IBM 360/370 I/O specification
(GA22-6974-3).
Output levels are guaranteed over the full range of output load
and fault conditions. Compliance with the IBM requirements for
fault protection, flagging, and power up/power down protection for
the bus make this an ideal line driver for party line operations.

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Separate Enable and Fault Flags -

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Common Enable and Fault Flag -

SILICON MONOLITHIC
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT

L SUFFIX
CERAMIC PACKAGE

MC3481

CASE 620

MC3485

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Power Up/Down Does Not Disturb Bus

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Schottky Circuitry for High-Speed -

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Internal Bootstraps for Faster Rise Times

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Driver Output Current Foldback Protection

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MC3485 has LS Totem Pole Driver Output

CASE 648

PNP Inputs
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MC3485
COMMON ENABLE
COMMON FAULT FLAG

MC3481
DUAL ENABLE
INDIVIDUAL FAULT FLAG

Driver Output A
Fault Flag A

Driver Output A

VCC

Driver Output 0

Driver Output A

Driver Output 0

Input A

Driver Output 0

Fault Flag 0

Input A

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Input 0

Input B

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Fault Flag
(Open Collector)

InputC

Driver Output B

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InputC

Fault Flag C

Driver Output B

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Input 0

Enable AB

Enable ABCD

Enable CD

Input B
Fault Flag B

VCC

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Driver Output B