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26LS32 [Quad Differential Line Receivers ]

other parts : DS26LS33  DS26LS32  DS26LS32C  DS26LS32M  DS26LS33M  DS26LS33A  DS26LS32A  DS26LS32AC  DS26LS32CN  AM26LS32PC 

TI
Texas Instruments

DESCRIPTION
The DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A are quad differential line receivers designed to meet the RS-422, RS-423 and Federal Standards 1020 and 1030 for balanced and unbalanced digital data transmission.
The DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A have an input sensitivity of 200 mV over the input voltage range of ±7V and the DS26LS33 has an input sensitivity of 500 mV over the input voltage range of ±15V.
The DS26LS32A differs in function from the popular DS26LS32 and DS26LS33 in that input pull-up and pull-down resistors are included which prevent output oscillation on unused channels.
Each version provides an enable and disable function common to all four receivers and features TRI-STATE outputs with 8 mA sink capability. Constructed using low power Schottky processing, these devices are available over the full military and commercial operating temperature ranges.

1FEATURES
2• High Differential or Common-Mode Input
   Voltage Ranges of ±7V on the DS26LS32 and
   DS26LS32A and ±15V on the DS26LS33
• ±0.2V Sensitivity Over the Input Voltage Range
   on the DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A, ±0.5V
   Sensitivity on the DS26LS33
• DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A Meet All
   Requirements of RS-422 and RS-423
• 6k Minimum Input Impedance
• 100 mV Input Hysteresis on the DS26LS32 and
   DS26LS32A, 200 mV on the DS26LS33
• Operation From a Single 5V Supply
• TRI-STATE Outputs, with Choice of
   Complementary Output Enables for Receiving
   Directly onto a Data Bus

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26LS32 [QUAD EIA–422/3 Line Receiver with Three–State Outputs ]

other parts : 26LS32D  26LS32PC  AM26LS32  AM26LS32D  AM26LS32PC 

Motorola
Motorola => Freescale

Motorola′s Quad EIA–422/3 Receiver features four independent receiver chains which comply with EIA Standards for the Electrical Characteristics of Balanced/Unbalanced Voltage Digital Interface Circuits.
Receiver outputs are 74LS compatible, three–state structures which are forced to a high impedance state when Pin 4 is a Logic “0” and Pin 12 is a Logic “1.”

• Four Independent Receiver Chains
• Three–State Outputs
• High Impedance Output Control Inputs
   (PIA Compatible)
• Internal Hysteresis – 30 mV (Typical) @ Zero Volts Common Mode
• Fast Propagation Times – 25 ns (Typical)
• TTL Compatible
• Single 5.0 V Supply Voltage
• Fail–Safe Input–Output Relationship. Output Always High When Inputs
   Are Open, Terminated or Shorted
• 6.0 k Minimum Input Impedance

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26LS32 [Quad Differential Line Receivers ]

other parts : DS26LS33  DS26LS32  DS26LS32M  DS26LS32C  DS26LS33A  DS26LS32A  DS26LS33M  DS26LS32AC  DS26LS32CM  DS26LS32CN 

Texas-Instruments
Texas Instruments

DESCRIPTION
The DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A are quad differential line receivers designed to meet the RS-422, RS-423 and Federal Standards 1020 and 1030 for balanced and unbalanced digital data transmission.
The DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A have an input sensitivity of 200 mV over the input voltage range of ±7V and the DS26LS33 has an input sensitivity of 500 mV over the input voltage range of ±15V.
The DS26LS32A differs in function from the popular DS26LS32 and DS26LS33 in that input pull-up and pull-down resistors are included which prevent output oscillation on unused channels.
Each version provides an enable and disable function common to all four receivers and features TRI-STATE outputs with 8 mA sink capability. Constructed using low power Schottky processing, these devices are available over the full military and commercial operating temperature ranges.

1FEATURES
2• High Differential or Common-Mode Input
   Voltage Ranges of ±7V on the DS26LS32 and
   DS26LS32A and ±15V on the DS26LS33
• ±0.2V Sensitivity Over the Input Voltage Range
   on the DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A, ±0.5V
   Sensitivity on the DS26LS33
• DS26LS32 and DS26LS32A Meet All
   Requirements of RS-422 and RS-423
• 6k Minimum Input Impedance
• 100 mV Input Hysteresis on the DS26LS32 and
   DS26LS32A, 200 mV on the DS26LS33
• Operation From a Single 5V Supply
• TRI-STATE Outputs, with Choice of
   Complementary Output Enables for Receiving
   Directly onto a Data Bus

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26LS32A [QUADRUPLE DIFFERENTIAL LINE RECEIVER ]

other parts : SA32A  M26LS33  26LS32AI  26LS33AC  AM26LS33  AM26LS32A  AM26LS32AM  AM26LS32AI  AM26LS33AM  AM26LS33AC 

TI
Texas Instruments

DESCRIPTION
The AM26LS32A and AM26LS33A devices are quadruple differential line receivers for balanced and unbalanced digital data transmission. The enable function is common to all four receivers and offers a choice of active-high or active-low input. The 3-state outputs permit connection directly to a bus-organized system. Fail-safe design ensures that, if the inputs are open, the outputs always are high.
Compared to the AM26LS32 and the AM26LS33, the AM26LS32A and AM26LS33A incorporate an additional stage of amplification to improve sensitivity. The input impedance has been increased, resulting in less loading of the bus line. The additional stage has increased propagation delay; however, this does not affect interchangeability in most applications.
The AM26LS32AC and AM26LS33AC are characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C. The AM26LS32AI is characterized for operation from –40°C to 85°C. The AM26LS32AM and AM26LS33AM are characterized for operation over the full military temperature range of –55°C to 125°C.

FEATURES
• AM26LS32A Devices Meet or Exceed the
   Requirements of ANSI TIA/EIA-422-B,
   TIA/EIA-423-B, and ITU Recommendations V.10
   and V.11
• AM26LS32A Devices Have ±7-V
   Common-Mode Range With ±200-mV
   Sensitivity
• AM26LS33A Devices Have ±15-V
   Common-Mode Range With ±500-mV
   Sensitivity
• Input Hysteresis . . . 50 mV Typical
• Operate From a Single 5-V Supply
• Low-Power Schottky Circuitry
• 3-State Outputs
• Complementary Output-Enable Inputs
• Input Impedance . . . 12 kΩ Minimum
• Designed to Be Interchangeable With
   Advanced Micro Devices AM26LS32™ and
   AM26LS33™

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26LS32D [QUAD EIA–422/3 Line Receiver with Three–State Outputs ]

other parts : 26LS32  26LS32PC  AM26LS32  AM26LS32D  AM26LS32PC 

Motorola
Motorola => Freescale

Motorola′s Quad EIA–422/3 Receiver features four independent receiver chains which comply with EIA Standards for the Electrical Characteristics of Balanced/Unbalanced Voltage Digital Interface Circuits.
Receiver outputs are 74LS compatible, three–state structures which are forced to a high impedance state when Pin 4 is a Logic “0” and Pin 12 is a Logic “1.”

• Four Independent Receiver Chains
• Three–State Outputs
• High Impedance Output Control Inputs
   (PIA Compatible)
• Internal Hysteresis – 30 mV (Typical) @ Zero Volts Common Mode
• Fast Propagation Times – 25 ns (Typical)
• TTL Compatible
• Single 5.0 V Supply Voltage
• Fail–Safe Input–Output Relationship. Output Always High When Inputs
   Are Open, Terminated or Shorted
• 6.0 k Minimum Input Impedance

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26LS32AI [QUADRUPLE DIFFERENTIAL LINE RECEIVER ]

other parts : SA32A  26LS32A  M26LS33  26LS33AC  AM26LS33  AM26LS32A  AM26LS32AM  AM26LS32AI  AM26LS33AM  AM26LS33AC 

TI
Texas Instruments

DESCRIPTION
The AM26LS32A and AM26LS33A devices are quadruple differential line receivers for balanced and unbalanced digital data transmission. The enable function is common to all four receivers and offers a choice of active-high or active-low input. The 3-state outputs permit connection directly to a bus-organized system. Fail-safe design ensures that, if the inputs are open, the outputs always are high.
Compared to the AM26LS32 and the AM26LS33, the AM26LS32A and AM26LS33A incorporate an additional stage of amplification to improve sensitivity. The input impedance has been increased, resulting in less loading of the bus line. The additional stage has increased propagation delay; however, this does not affect interchangeability in most applications.
The AM26LS32AC and AM26LS33AC are characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C. The AM26LS32AI is characterized for operation from –40°C to 85°C. The AM26LS32AM and AM26LS33AM are characterized for operation over the full military temperature range of –55°C to 125°C.

FEATURES
• AM26LS32A Devices Meet or Exceed the
   Requirements of ANSI TIA/EIA-422-B,
   TIA/EIA-423-B, and ITU Recommendations V.10
   and V.11
• AM26LS32A Devices Have ±7-V
   Common-Mode Range With ±200-mV
   Sensitivity
• AM26LS33A Devices Have ±15-V
   Common-Mode Range With ±500-mV
   Sensitivity
• Input Hysteresis . . . 50 mV Typical
• Operate From a Single 5-V Supply
• Low-Power Schottky Circuitry
• 3-State Outputs
• Complementary Output-Enable Inputs
• Input Impedance . . . 12 kΩ Minimum
• Designed to Be Interchangeable With
   Advanced Micro Devices AM26LS32™ and
   AM26LS33™

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26LS32PC [QUAD EIA–422/3 Line Receiver with Three–State Outputs ]

other parts : 26LS32  26LS32D  AM26LS32  AM26LS32D  AM26LS32PC 

Motorola
Motorola => Freescale

Motorola′s Quad EIA–422/3 Receiver features four independent receiver chains which comply with EIA Standards for the Electrical Characteristics of Balanced/Unbalanced Voltage Digital Interface Circuits.
Receiver outputs are 74LS compatible, three–state structures which are forced to a high impedance state when Pin 4 is a Logic “0” and Pin 12 is a Logic “1.”

• Four Independent Receiver Chains
• Three–State Outputs
• High Impedance Output Control Inputs
   (PIA Compatible)
• Internal Hysteresis – 30 mV (Typical) @ Zero Volts Common Mode
• Fast Propagation Times – 25 ns (Typical)
• TTL Compatible
• Single 5.0 V Supply Voltage
• Fail–Safe Input–Output Relationship. Output Always High When Inputs
   Are Open, Terminated or Shorted
• 6.0 k Minimum Input Impedance

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