Reply-To: "Martin Riddle"
From: "Martin Riddle"
Subject: Re: Logic probe construction problem
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 04:18:40 GMT
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Try the HC series. ie; 74HC4001
The CD CMOS series would be considered obsolete in some circles.
"Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name" wrote in message
> In article , Laplace@tranforms.org
> > http://www.mitedu.freeserve.co.uk/Circuits/Testgear/lprobe.html
> > 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?
> > http://www.sikasenbey.or.jp/~enaga/parts/logic/4049.html
> > q2 where is pin 14 and Pin 7 goes?
> The + power and ground.
> > Laplace.
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