8 Feb Hello, all!!In many situations in your projects with microcontrollers you can use a shift register like 74HC directly with LEDs and displays. There is no pull-down resistor inside the darlington output stage hence, if you just connect your o-scope as load, the output voltage will drop. 30 Apr Description. Recommended for high-side switching applications that benefit from separate logic and load grounds, these devices encompass.
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Udn2981 something especially for LED displays without external pull-down. After udn2981 initial rise, it’s just udn2981 I am so confused Ah but you don’t need an external pull-down – as soon as the transistor turns off, any residual charge in the wire to the LED is “consumed” by the impedance of the LED and, although it might look like there is still a slow discharge curve, that is only because the LEDs are no longer taking current hence, the circuit does not need a push-pull driver to work.
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