HA Quadruple Comparators. Description. The HA and HA series products are comparators designed for use in power or control systems. HA Datasheet PDF Download – Quadruple Comparators, HA data sheet. HA from Hitachi, Ltd.. Find the PDF Datasheet, Specifications and Distributor Information.
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The HA and HA series products are comparators designed for use in power or control systems. These IC operate from a single datashest voltage over a wide range of voltages, and feature a reduced power-supply current since the power-supply voltage is determined independently. These comparators have the unique characteristic of ground being included in the common-mode input voltage range, even when operating from a single-voltage power supply.
Wide power-supply voltage range: Extremely low current drain: Low input bias current: Low input offset current: Low input offset voltage: The common-mode input voltage range includes ground. Low output saturation voltage: A70mV 1mA. Output voltages compatible with CMOS logic systems.
C above that temperature. These products can be destroyed if the output and V. Electrical Characteristics 1 V.
The stipulated response time is the value for a mV input step voltage that has a 5mV. Electrical Characteristics 2 V. Input ha1739 voltage V. Output saturation voltage V. Switched datasheeet 1 and 2. Input Bias Current I. Input Bias Current vs. Output Sink Current Iosink mA. Output Sink Current vs. The HA houses four independent comparators in a single package, and operates over a wide voltage range at low power from daasheet single-voltage power supply.
Since the common-mode input voltage range starts at the ground potential, the HA is particularly suited for single-voltage power supply applications. This section presents several sample HA applications. The circuit shown in figure one has the same structure as a single-voltage power supply astable multivibrator. Figure 2 shows the waveforms generated by this circuit. Figure 1 Square-Wave Oscillator.
Figure 2 Operating Waveforms. The charge and discharge circuits in the eatasheet from figure 1 are separated by diodes in this circuit. This allows the pulse width and the duty cycle to be set independently. Figure 4 shows the waveforms generated by this circuit. Figure 3 Pulse Generator. Figure 4 Operating Waveforms. In the circuit in figure 5, comparator A. If the output Vout1 is at.
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The A1 output will integrate this state and its output will increase towards the high level. When the output of the integrator A. This causes the integrator to integrate a negative state, resulting in its output decreasing towards the low level. Then, when the A. This operation generates a square wave on Vout1 and a triangular wave on Vout2.
Frequency control voltage input. Figure 5 Voltage Controlled Oscillator. The circuit shown in figure 6 is a basic comparator. When the input voltage V. Figure 6 Basic Datashete. Noninverting Comparator with Hysteresis. With the circuit constants shown in figure 7. Figure 8 shows the input characteristics. Figure 7 Noninverting Comparator.
Output Voltage Vout V.
Inverting Comparator with Hysteresis. With the circuit constants shown in figure 9. Figure 9 Inverting Comparator. In this circuit, the noninverting input will essentially beheld at the potential determined by dividing V. Figure 11 Zero-Cross Detector. DP Conforms Conforms 0. FPDA — Conforms 0. Hitachi neither warrants nor grants licenses of any rights of Hitachi’s or any third party’s patent.
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