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DM74LS123N View Datasheet(PDF) - Fairchild Semiconductor

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DM74LS123N Dual Retriggerable One-Shot with Clear and Complementary Outputs Fairchild
Fairchild Semiconductor Fairchild
DM74LS123N Datasheet PDF : 8 Pages
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Functional Description
The basic output pulse width is determined by selection of
an external resistor (RX) and capacitor (CX). Once trig-
gered, the basic pulse width may be extended by retrigger-
ing the gated active-LOW transition or active-HIGH
transition inputs or be reduced by use of the active-LOW or
CLEAR input. Retriggering to 100% duty cycle is possible
by application of an input pulse train whose cycle time is
shorter than the output cycle time such that a continuous
HIGHlogic state is maintained at the Qoutput.
Operating Rules
1. An external resistor (RX) and an external capacitor (CX)
are required for proper operation. The value of CX may
vary from 0 to any necessary value. For small time con-
stants high-grade mica, glass, polypropylene, polycar-
bonate, or polystyrene material capacitors may be
used. For large time constants use tantalum or special
aluminum capacitors. If the timing capacitors have
leakages approaching 100 nA or if stray capacitance
from either terminal to ground is greater than 50 pF the
timing equations may not represent the pulse width the
device generates.
2. When an electrolytic capacitor is used for CX a switch-
ing diode is often required for standard TTL one-shots
to prevent high inverse leakage current. This switching
diode is not needed for the DM74LS123 one-shot and
should not be used. In general the use of the switching
diode is not recommended with retriggerable operation.
Furthermore, if a polarized timing capacitor is used on
the DM74LS123 the negative terminal of the capacitor
should be connected to the CEXTpin of the device
(Figure 1).
5. For CX < 1000 pF see Figure 3 for tW vs. CX family
curves with RX as a parameter:
3. For CX >> 1000 pF the output pulse width (tW) is
defined as follows:
where [RX is in k]
[CX is in pF]
[tW is in ns]
K 0.37
4. The multiplicative factor K is plotted as a function of CX
below for design considerations:
6. To obtain variable pulse widths by remote trimming, the
following circuit is recommended:
“Rremote” should be as close to the device pin as possible.
7. The retriggerable pulse width is calculated as shown
T = tW + tPLH = K × RX × CX + tPLH
The retriggered pulse width is equal to the pulse width
plus a delay time period (Figure 5).
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