• Driven Direct from TTL or CMOS Logic
• Translates Logic Levels Up to 30V Levels
• Switches 20VACPP Signals When Used in Conjunction
with the IH401A Varafet (As An Analog Gate)
• tON ≤ 300ns & tOFF ≤ 200ns for 30V Level Shifts
• Quiescent Supply Current ≤ 100µA for Any State (DC)
• Provides Both Normal & Inverted Outputs
Part Number Information
0 to 70
16 Ld CerDIP
-55 to 125 16 Ld CerDIP
0 to 70
16 Ld PDIP
The IH6201 is a CMOS, Monolithic, Dual Voltage Translator;
it takes low level TTL or CMOS logic signals and converts
them to higher levels (i.e. to ±15V swings). This translator is
typically used in making solid state switches, or analog
When used in conjunction with the IH401A Varafets, the
combination makes a complete solid state switch capable of
switching signals up to 22VP-P and up to 20MHz in
frequency. This switch is a “break-before-make” type (i.e.
tOFF time < tON time). The combination has typical tOFF ≈
80ns and typical tON ≈ 200ns for signals up to 20VP-P in
A TTL “1” input strobe will force the θ driver output up to V+
level; the θ output will be driven down to the V- level. When
the TTL input goes to “0”, the θ output goes to V- and θ goes
to V+; thus θ and θ are 180o out of phase with each other.
These complementary outputs can be used to create a wide
variety of functions such as SPDT and DPDT switches, etc.;
alternatively the complementary outputs can be used to
drive N and P channel MOSFETs, to make a complete
CMOS analog gate.
The driver typically uses +5V and ±15V power supplies,
however a wide range of V+ and V- is also possible. It is nec-
essary that V+ > 5V for the driver to work properly, however.
(OUTLINE DWGS, JE, PE)
15 TTL INPUT 1
10 TTL INPUT 2
CAUTION: These devices are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Users should follow proper IC Handling Procedures.
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