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74F245 PDF
Octal Bidirectional Transceiver with 3-STATE Inputs/Outputs

Generic P/N F245


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General Description

The 74F245 contains eight non-inverting bidirectional buffers with 3-STATE outputs and is intended for bus-oriented applications. Current sinking capability is 24 mA at the A Ports and 64 mA at the B Ports. The Transmit/Receive (T/R#) input determines the direction of data flow through the bidirectional transceiver. Transmit (active HIGH) enables data from A Ports to B Ports; Receive (active LOW) enables data from B Ports to A Ports. The Output Enable input, when HIGH, disables both A and B Ports by placing them in a High Z condition.


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