Inventory of all my chips

Dylan Brophy wrote 04/06/2017 at 15:28 • 1 min read • Like
7417544 bit register with universal clock
7417416 bit register with universal clock
74451BCD to decimal decoder
7416113pre/resettable 4-bit counter
74hc147210-to-4 line encoder
28 line multiplexer
740414hex inverter
74051hex inverter, open collector outputs
Intel 2114A31024x4 SRAM
74181164 bit ALU
743215quad OR gate
74144hex Schmitt trigger inverter
74102triple 3-input NAND gate
74208dual 4-input NAND gate
74001quad NAND gate
74084quad AND gate
747412 D flip-flops
74271triple 3-input NOR
74401don't get what this is - dual 4-inp. NAND?
741261quad tri-state bus buffer
7440751triple 3-inp. OR gate
74863quad 2-inp. XOR gate
741321quad NAND Schmitt trigger
741631presettable 4-bit binary counter (sync. clear)
7413823-to-8 line decoder
746291dual voltage controlled oscillator
7425918 bit adressable latch
743671hex buffer tri-state
741661parallel load 8-bit shift reg.
741911presetable up/down binary counter
744040112-stage binary ripple counter
idt 71256332k 9ns SRAM

I have more, but these are pretty much all worth counting. And I dont want to count anymore.



Yann Guidon / YGDES wrote 04/06/2017 at 18:08 point

Nice ! Now that would be more useful if they were sorted by number :-D says : 7440 dual NAND4

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Dylan Brophy wrote 04/06/2017 at 18:53 point

Aha! but it's a 744040, right?

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Yann Guidon / YGDES wrote 04/06/2017 at 19:01 point

From the wikipedia page : 

Some manufacturers released some 4000
equivalent CMOS circuits with a 74 prefix, for example the 74HC4066 was
a replacement for the 4066 with slightly different electrical
characteristics (different power supply voltage ratings, higher
frequency capabilities, lower "on" resistances in analog switches,
etc.). See list of 4000 series integrated circuits.

Conversely, the 4000 series has "borrowed" from the 7400 series - such as the CD40193 and CD40161 being pin-for-pin functional replacements for 74C193 and 74C161. There is some reference to double-borrowings, such as 74193 -> 40193 -> 74HC40193.[1]

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