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CD54/74HC, CD54/74HCT High-Speed CMOS Logic 3- to 8-Line Decoder/. Demultiplexer Inverting and Noninverting. [ /Title. (CD HC,. CD The M74HC is a high speed CMOS 3 to 8 line decoder. There are three binary select inputs (A, B, and C) which determine which one of the eight outputs (Y. 74HC Datasheet, 74HC 3 to 8 Line Decoder/Demultiplexer Datasheet, buy 74HC

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The first 3 pins of the microcontroller are A0, A1, and A2. You can, of course, this circuit at any way you want to, for any type of output to turn on and turn on for any given set 74uc238 time, or for an output to just always be on.

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It’s easy to modify it with software. The A0, A1, and A2 pins are the address pins. So, again, with 3 pins, we can control 8 outputs. Without any pushbutton being pressed, all the LEDs are off. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first LED being on.

It is a 8-pin chip. And this how the address pins can affect all 8 outputs. These address pins control which output pins turn on. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates 74hc2238 the first 5 LEDs being on.

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Without any pushbutton being pressed, all the LEDs are off. So if all address pins are 74hcc238, this equates to a value ofwhich in decimal is 7. To these pins, we connect an LED along with a series-limiting resistor to limit excess current to the LEDs, so they don’t get blown out.

How to Connect a 74HC 3-to-8 Decoder/Demultiplexer to an Arduino

You have to know binary and decimal equivalents to really work with this well. The A0, A1, and A2 pins are the address pins. The rest of the pins, Y0 to Y7, are the output pins. The datasheet for this chip can be found at the following link: So without us pressing down on the pushbutton attached to the pull-down resistor, it will be in a LOW state connected to GND.

Using 3 pins, called the address pins, we can create a total of 8 different outputs. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first 2 LEDs being on. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first 6 LEDs being on.

If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first 4 LEDs being on. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first LED being on. If we push down on the first 2 pushbuttons attached to A0 and A1, this gives a value of to the address registers. So it functions as an output port expander. So, again, with 3 pins, we can control 8 outputs. It follows a binary-to-decimal code.

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The datasheet for this chip can be found at the following link: How the circuit works is the pushbuttons control the outputs. The address pins are kind of the center of control. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first 3 LEDS being on.

And this is how a decoder chip works to give a microcontroller extra output ports and increased ease of controlling outputs. If the address pins have a value ofthis equates to the first 3 LEDS being on. So when the address pins are5 LEDs will be on. So if we have an address pin connected to ground, it has a value of 0.

We will now explain the hardware connections. In this project, we will show how a 74HC decoder works and how we can manually control it with 3 pushbuttons.