74LS93N from Signetics High Technology, Inc.. Find the PDF Datasheet, Specifications and Distributor Information. 74LS93N from Fairchild Semiconductor. Find the PDF Datasheet, Specifications and Distributor Information. Each of these monolithic counters contains four master- slave flip-flops and additional gating to provide a divide-by- two counter and a three-stage binary.
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Help with counter circuit? By the way, “switch bounce” is not always “dreaded”. Sign up using Facebook.
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Now, after i found every thing i need, i used Multisim and started connecting the outputs of 74ls93n to drive 4 Dstasheet instead of 7-Segmentjust to test it first, and ran my design.
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It sounds like switch or contact bouncing. If you are allowed to have it count to 15 rather than 9 then it will work fine. Oct 11, 1. For this, I need to make use of a 74ls90, however I cannot get one of these, as they are out of stock at my university’s circuit shop. Oct 13, 7.
Discussion in ‘ The Projects Forum ‘ started by idmondOct 11, Read the data sheets for the devices first then ask a question based on what you don’t understand. Also, I dont see any decoupling capacitors on the Datasheft.
Read up on the problem and various solutions here: Help with decade counter Posted by CaptainPrice in forum: Sign up using Email and Password. Oct 11, 2. Quote of the day. Do you already have an account? Along with what Marshallf3 said 0. You would have to figure out how to asynchronously reset the datazheet so you don’t get counts 0xA and above.
Is it possible to rather use the 74ls93 in a basic counter circuit? Post as a guest Name.
They have 74lz93n me with a 74ls93 however, and said that it should work with this. No, create an account now. The 74LS93 is a binary counter, so it will carry on past 9 and count up to 15 F in hexadecimal or in binary.
After i finished doing all the truth tables and drawing the logic diagram, i decided to simulate it first before getting into any hardware stuff.