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CD4511BC BCD-to-7 Segment Latch/Decoder/Driver

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Product Location:Kigali - Nyarugenge
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Product Details

The CD4511BC BCD-to-seven segment latch/decoder/driver is constructed with complementary MOS (CMOS)enhancement mode devices and NPN bipolar output drivers in a single monolithic structure. The circuit provides the functions of a 4-bit storage latch, an 8421 BCD-to-seven segment decoder, and an output drive capability. Lamp test
(LT), blanking (BI), and latch enable (LE) inputs are used to test the display, to turn-off or pulse modulate the brightness of the display, and to store a BCD code, respectively. It can be used with seven-segment light emitting diodes (LED), incandescent, fluorescent, gas discharge, or liquid crystal readouts either directly or indirectly.

Features
*Low logic circuit power dissipation
*High current sourcing outputs (up to 25 mA)
*Latch storage of code
*Blanking input
*Lamp test provision
*Readout blanking on all illegal input combinations
*Lamp intensity modulation capability
*Time share (multiplexing) facility
*Equivalent to Motorola MC14511

Applications :

*Instrument (e.g., counter, DVM, etc.)
*Display driver

*Computer/calculator display driver, cockpit
*Various clock, watch, and timer uses.
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CD4511
0.30 kg
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