[Free] Old Data Books (Australia)
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Wed Sep 5 17:27:27 CDT 2007
> Tony Duell wrote:
> >> PS. Iv'e got the 7400 pinout downloaded already. :)
> > So have I. Into my brain. I think I'll rememebr that one until my dying day.
> If you can get hold of one, the Texas Instruments Digital Logic Pocket Data
> Book (doc code SCYD013A) is a great little desktop reference. It's about A5
> size and has pinouts and logic diagrams for just about all of TI's 4000- and
> 74-series logic chips.
I'll stick to my 'full' TI TTL databooks. I have an old hard-backed one,
covering things like 74Hxxx numbers (it's late enough to contain 74LS,
but nothing after that), and the full 3-volume set. Volume 1 is plain, S
and LS, Volume 2 is AS and ALS, Volume 3 is programmable stuff (PROMs,
PALs). I forget which book contains RAMs ;-)
> They used to give them out free-for-the-asking, but I'm not sure if they still
> do. If I wanted another copy, I'd probably try calling the local TI sales
> office and asking nicely.
> Of course, when I got mine, they also sent me a box full of other databooks as
> well - basically the whole logic databook series and most of the analog
> product guides and databooks. The box was about 4ft long by 2ft wide and 1.5ft
You were lucky. I had to _pay_ for all my databooks....
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