From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: Logic probe construction problem
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 05:20:25 -0800
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> q1 the store does not recognize what is "CMOS 4001", can recommend me one
> component that function as "three nand gate" if I am right?
The 4001 is the generic term, it is also known as CD4001, MC14001, etc.
It has quad (4) NOR gates, each with two inputs.
If you want quad NAND gates, use a 4011, aka CD4011, etc.
> can 4049B replace it?
> q2 where is pin 14 and Pin 7 goes?
The + power and ground.
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