Now only one power source is needed:
Single-gate logic modules for low-voltage operation
Single supply design simplifies PCB layout for applications with voltage level converters.
TOSHIBA is offering a new series of single-gate logic modules with just one power supply comprising 31 modules in total.
The modules are used for data communication between different components that require between different components that require voltage level conversion, e.g. between microprocessors and peripherals. The single-gate modules are available in the smallest housing and ensure that voltage conversion is possible even in applications where space is limited.
TOSHIBA’s existing voltage level converters require two current sources: one for the input side and another for the output side. The new 7UL1G and 7UL1T series require just a single power source to convert the voltages to the desired levels. Not only does this simplify the PCB layout; it eliminates concerns about the power supplies’ switch-on sequence.
The components are suitable for applications that use multiple power supply ranges with limited PCB space, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, digital cameras, POS and IoT equipment.
Technical details of both series:
- The 7UL1G series is primarily aimed at lowering the voltage at the supply pins. It offers 3.6 V-tolerant input terminals. When used with a 0.9 V supply, the components support a reduction to 0.9 V for input signals between 0.9 and 3.6 V.
- The 7UL1T series increases the voltage at the supply pins. It operates with a supply voltage of between 2.3 and 3.6 V. The input threshold is set to 50% or less of the supply voltage. When operating with a 3.3 V supply, input signals in the 1.65 to 3.6 V range are increased to 3.3 V together with a logic level translation.
Various designs and housings:
Both the 7UL1G and 7UL1T are available as single-gate NAND, NOR, AND, OR, XOR, inverter and
non-inverter, Schmitt inverter and buffer solutions, as well as three-stage buffers.
The 7UL1G series is available in the universal SOT353 UPS housing (2.0 mm x 2.1 mm x 0.9 mm) and the SOT953 fSV housing (1.0 mm x 1.0 mm x 0.48 mm), which is the industry’s smallest wired housing. Except the Schmitt inverter and buffer, the 7UL1T series is available in the SOT353 housing.
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