[Arm-netbook] help needed with a ttl logic circuit
domi.dumont at free.fr
Sun Aug 23 19:14:18 BST 2015
On Sunday 23 August 2015 15:52:27 Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> still don't feel completely happy (esp. with the schottky diode), i
I think it can be done with 3 resistors and 1 transistor used with a floating
collector. Using a floating collector is better because CPU voltage can be
lower than 3.3v.
I've attached a png file with a proposal. You may need to adjust the resistor
values depending on the current drawn from the CPU.
When the input is floating, the transistor is on because of the 100k pull-up.
When the input is 3.3, the transistor is also on.
When the input is 0, the transistor emitter is driven to ~ 0.3V which should
switch off the transistor.
When the transistor in switched on, in a saturated state, the voltage between
collector and emitter is much lower than 0.6V, so the CPU will see a logical
0. When the transistor is off, the output is high impedance. You may need a
pull-up resistor on the CPU board.
Please take this with a grain of salt, it's been a while since I played with
transistors this way (~ 25 years...)
Hope this helps.
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