[Free] Old Data Books (Australia)

Roy J. Tellason rtellason at verizon.net
Thu Sep 6 01:02:22 CDT 2007

On Wednesday 05 September 2007 15:47, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> On 5 Sep 2007 at 12:48, woodelf wrote:
> > I don't use 4 bit latches.  No problem for me :)
> > Other than the 4 bit adder 7486 I can't think of any common
> > chips with middle supply pins.
> If your designs are old enough, there are a bunch.  7441 = BCD to 7-
> segment gas tube driver.  7492, 7493 = 4 bit counter, 7473 = dual JK
> FF, 7476 = dual JK FF and almost all of the other "non-7400" TTL
> stuff, such as the MC400, 500, 2000, etc. series.
> It seems to me that there was one oddball case of a 74L series chip
> having a different pinout that the 74 "vanilla" flavor.  Anyone
> remember?

Yes,  though I'm not sure of the number.  '95?  Something like that...

I do have an old TI databook around someplace but it's currently buried in 
some box somewhere and I have *no* idea which box at present.

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