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The NTE75453B is a dual peripheral positive OR driver in an 8-lead plastic DIP-type package with the output of the logic gates internally connected to the bases of the NPN output transistors designed for use in systems that employ TTL logic. Diode-clamped inputs simplify circuit design. Typical applications include high-speed logic buffers, power drivers, relay drivers, lamp drivers, MOS drivers, line drivers and memory drivers.
No output latch−up at 20V (after conducting 300mA)
TTL−compatible diode−clamped inputs
Absolute Maximum Ratings: (Note 1)
Supply voltage VCC: 7V
Input voltage: 5.5V
Interemitter voltage (Note 2): 5.5V
Off−state output voltage: 30V
Continuous collector or output current (Note 3): 400mA
Peak collector or output current (tw ≤ 10ms, duty cycle ≤ 50%, Note 3): 500mA
Continuous total power dissipation (TA ≤ +25°C) PD: 1200mW
Derate above +25°C: 9.6mW/°C
Operating temperature range TA: 0°C to +70°C
Storage temperature range Tstg: -65°C to 150°C
Lead temperature (during soldering, 1/16" from case, 10 sec max) TL: +260°C
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Note 1. Voltage values are with respect to network ground terminal unless otherwise specified.
Note 2. This is the voltage between two emitters of a multiple−emitter transistor.
Note 3. Both halves of this dual circuit may conduct rated current simultaneously; however, power dissipation averaged over a short time interval must fall within the continuous dissipation rating