74LS00 Series TTL

- details of the 74LS00 series low power Schottky TTL integrated circuits that were widely used for logic / digital circuit designs.

The 74LS00 low power Schottky series of logic integrated circuits gained a major foothold in the logic IC market.

After the 7400 series was introduced, the lower power and speed of the low power Schottky version became attractive.

As a result the 74LS00 logic chips became commonplace, taking over the place of dominance from their predecessors.

74LS00 Series Logic Major Parameters
Parameter Specification
Supply voltage Nominal 5V (4.75 - 5.25)
Propagation delay per gate Typically 10 ns
Max toggle speed 40 MHz
Power consumption per gate 2 mW

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