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74HC193 Datasheet

Presettable synchronous 4-bit binary up/down counter


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INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
DATA SHEET
For a complete data sheet, please also download:
The IC06 74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Family Specifications
The IC06 74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Package Information
The IC06 74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Package Outlines
74HC/HCT193
Presettable synchronous 4-bit
binary up/down counter
Product specification
File under Integrated Circuits, IC06
December 1990
Page 1

Philips Semiconductors
Presettable synchronous 4-bit binary
up/down counter
Product specification
74HC/HCT193
FEATURES
Synchronous reversible 4-bit binary counting
Asynchronous parallel load
Asynchronous reset
Expandable without external logic
Output capability: standard
ICC category: MSI
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The 74HC/HCT193 are high-speed Si-gate CMOS devices
and are pin compatible with low power Schottky TTL
(LSTTL). They are specified in compliance with JEDEC
standard no. 7A.
The 74HC/HCT193 are 4-bit synchronous binary up/down
counters. Separate up/down clocks, CPU and
CPD respectively, simplify operation. The outputs change
state synchronously with the LOW-to-HIGH transition of
either clock input. If the CPU clock is pulsed while CPD is
held HIGH, the device will count up. If the CPD clock is
pulsed while CPU is held HIGH, the device will count down.
Only one clock input can be held HIGH at any time, or
erroneous operation will result. The device can be cleared
at any time by the asynchronous master reset input (MR);
it may also be loaded in parallel by activating the
asynchronous parallel load input (PL).
The “193” contains four master-slave JK flip-flops with the
necessary steering logic to provide the asynchronous
reset, load, and synchronous count up and count down
functions.
Each flip-flop contains JK feedback from slave to master,
such that a LOW-to-HIGH transition on the CPD input will
decrease the count by one, while a similar transition on the
CPU input will advance the count by one.
One clock should be held HIGH while counting with the
other, otherwise the circuit will either count by two’s or not
at all, depending on the state of the first flip-flop, which
cannot toggle as long as either clock input is LOW.
Applications requiring reversible operation must make the
reversing decision while the activating clock is HIGH to
avoid erroneous counts.
The terminal count up (TCU) and terminal count down
(TCD) outputs are normally HIGH. When the circuit has
reached the maximum count state of 15, the next
HIGH-to-LOW transition of CPU will cause TCU to go
LOW.
TCU will stay LOW until CPU goes HIGH again, duplicating
the count up clock.
Likewise, the TCD output will go LOW when the circuit is in
the zero state and the CPD goes LOW. The terminal count
outputs can be used as the clock input signals to the next
higher order circuit in a multistage counter, since they
duplicate the clock waveforms. Multistage counters will not
be fully synchronous, since there is a slight delay time
difference added for each stage that is added.
The counter may be preset by the asynchronous parallel
load capability of the circuit. Information present on the
parallel data inputs (D0 to D3) is loaded into the counter
and appears on the outputs (Q0 to Q3) regardless of the
conditions of the clock inputs when the parallel load
(PL) input is LOW. A HIGH level on the master reset (MR)
input will disable the parallel load gates, override both
clock inputs and set all outputs (Q0 to Q3) LOW. If one of
the clock inputs is LOW during and after a reset or load
operation, the next LOW-to-HIGH transition of that clock
will be interpreted as a legitimate signal and will be
counted.
December 1990
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Philips Semiconductors
Presettable synchronous 4-bit binary
up/down counter
Product specification
74HC/HCT193
QUICK REFERENCE DATA
GND = 0 V; Tamb = 25 °C; tr = tf = 6 ns
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
tPHL/ tPLH
fmax
CI
CPD
propagation delay CPD, CPU to Qn
maximum clock frequency
input capacitance
power dissipation capacitance per package
CL = 15 pF; VCC = 5 V
notes 1 and 2
Notes
1. CPD is used to determine the dynamic power dissipation (PD in µW):
PD = CPD × VCC2 × fi + ∑ (CL × VCC2 × fo) where:
fi = input frequency in MHz
fo = output frequency in MHz
(CL × VCC2 × fo) = sum of outputs
CL = output load capacitance in pF
VCC = supply voltage in V
2. For HC the condition is VI = GND to VCC
For HCT the condition is VI = GND to VCC 1.5 V
TYPICAL
HC
20
45
3.5
24
HCT
20
47
3.5
26
UNIT
ns
MHz
pF
pF
ORDERING INFORMATION
See “74HC/HCT/HCU/HCMOS Logic Package Information”.
December 1990
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Part Number 74HC193
Manufactur Philips
Description Presettable synchronous 4-bit binary up/down counter
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