Taidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B

Taidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B

Taidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B

Taidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Edit: Updated 7/14/2021:I can no longer recommend this tester. When one needs a tester, one needs to know it is testing the devices properly. Unfortunately, either every single one (23) of my 74LS163 ICs are bad, or this device cannot test the 74LS163 properly. Hint: I tested them manually and they are all fine. Also, either every single one (8) of my CD4019 ICs are bad, or this device cannot test the CD4019 correctly. Hint: I tested them manually and they are all fine. Finally, during my original review, I had only tested a few hands-full of chips. Now that I have gone through a significant portion of my supply, I have discovered that out of the huge assortment (Just a little way North of 450 devices) of CMOS and TTL logic chips that I have, this device is able to test only about 30% of them; there are huge holes in the 74 and 4000 series logic catalog that it is unable to test, most of them being commonly found. The "cannot test with this tester" inventory is much larger than the "tested".To it's credit, it has located a couple of other bad ICs (I manually tested them after it registered them bad, and other ICs of that flavor tested good on this tester), so I give it two stars.Original Review:This tests *most* TTL and CMOS logic chips. It works well. Be sure you put the chip in the right way, which is pin 1 to top, and chip all the way down. So, on a 14 pin DIP, you'll have pin 1 up and room for a 6-pin DIP *above* pin 1, towards the lock lever. The directions are not at all clear about this.ranking top5,milwaukee mall,new mail orderTaidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B
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  • The digital integration tester, which mainly tests the 74 series and 40 series digital integration, can test more than 200 integrations
  • Simple to use, test logic integration can also determine which logic gate is bad. Select test integration by button operation
  • Working voltage 7~12 VDC
  • Can judge whether the logic gate is good or bad
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Description

It is a digital integration tester, mainly to test 74 series and 40 series digital integration, can test more than 200 kinds of integration.

Simple to use, test logic integration can also determine which logic gate is bad. Select test integration by key operation.

Parameter

Working voltage 7~12 VDC
Working current lt;30 mA
Working temperature -40℃~65℃ Celsius
Storage temperature -40℃~65℃ Celsius
Size 70*45*40 mm length x width x height
digital integration testerdigital integration tester

Applications

Digital integration test

Interface description and related operations

JK1 power interface (DC head D13): It is positive inside and negative outside. Supply voltage (7~12V) DC regulated power supply.

SW1: power switch

ON: The power is on.

OFF: The power is off.

Key Description

MODE: Select the integration type. (74 series or 40 series)

UP: Select the previous integrated model.

DOWN: Select the next integrated model.

TEST: Test the selected integrated model.

Note: When installing and testing integration, it is aligned downwards.

test 74 series and 40 series digital integrationtest 74 series and 40 series digital integration

Test series

74 series

7400 ,7401 ,7402 ,7403 ,7404 ,7405 ,7406 ,7407 ,7408 ,7409, 7410 ,7411 ,7412 ,7413 ,7414 ,7415 ,7416 ,7417 ,7418 ,7419 ,7420 ,7421 ,7422 ,7424 ,7425 ,7426 ,7427 ,7428 ,7430 ,7432 ,7433 ,7434 ,7435 ,7436 ,7437 ,7438 ,7439 ,7440 ,7442 ,7443 ,7444 ,7445, 7446 ,7447 ,7448 ,7454 ,7464 ,7470 ,7472 ,7473 ,7474 ,7475 ,7476 ,7477 ,7478 ,7480 ,7482 ,7483 ,7485 ,7486 ,7487 ,7489 ,7494 ,7495 ,7496 ,74101 ,74102 ,74103 ,74107 ,74108 ,74109 ,74112 ,74113 ,74125 ,74126 ,74128 ,74130 ,74132 ,74133 ,74134 ,74135 ,74136 ,74137 ,74138 ,74139 ,74140 ,74145 ,74147 ,74148 ,74151, 74152 ,74153 ,74155 ,74156 ,74157 ,74158 ,74160 ,74161 ,74163 ,74164, 74165 ,74166 ,74171 ,74173 ,74174 ,74175 ,74176 ,74177 ,74180 ,74182, 74190, 74191, 74192, 74193, 74194, 74195, 74197, 74242, 74243, 74247, 74248 ,74249 ,74251 ,74253 ,74256 ,74257 ,74258 ,74259 ,74260 ,74266, 74279 ,74280 ,74283 ,74290 ,74293 ,74295 ,74298 ,74350 ,74352 ,74353, 74365 ,74366 ,74367 ,74368 ,74375 ,74378 ,74379 ,74390 ,74393 ,74395, 74425 ,74426 ,74445 ,74447 ,74490 ,74595 ,74670

40, 45 series

CD4000, CD4001, CD4002, CD4006, CD4007, CD4008, CD4009, CD4010, CD4011, CD4012,

CD4013, CD4014, CD4015, CD4016, CD4017, CD4018, CD4019, CD4020, CD4021, CD4022,

CD4023, CD4024, CD4025, CD4026, CD4027, CD4028, CD4029, CD4030, CD4033, CD4035,

CD4040, CD4042, CD4043, CD4044, CD4048, CD4049, CD4050, CD4051, CD4052, CD4053,

CD4060, CD4066, CD4068, CD4069, CD4070, CD4071, CD4072, CD4073, CD4075, CD4076,

CD4077, CD4078, CD4081, CD4082, CD4085, CD4093, CD4094, CD4099, CD4502, CD4503,

CD4504, CD4510, CD4511, CD4512, CD4516, CD4518, CD4520, CD4522, CD4526, CD4529,

CD4532, CD4539, CD4543, CD4555, CD4556, CD4584, CD40106, CD40110, CD40161, CD40162, CD40174, CD40175, CD40192, CD40193,

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Taidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B

Taidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Edit: Updated 7/14/2021:I can no longer recommend this tester. When one needs a tester, one needs to know it is testing the devices properly. Unfortunately, either every single one (23) of my 74LS163 ICs are bad, or this device cannot test the 74LS163 properly. Hint: I tested them manually and they are all fine. Also, either every single one (8) of my CD4019 ICs are bad, or this device cannot test the CD4019 correctly. Hint: I tested them manually and they are all fine. Finally, during my original review, I had only tested a few hands-full of chips. Now that I have gone through a significant portion of my supply, I have discovered that out of the huge assortment (Just a little way North of 450 devices) of CMOS and TTL logic chips that I have, this device is able to test only about 30% of them; there are huge holes in the 74 and 4000 series logic catalog that it is unable to test, most of them being commonly found. The "cannot test with this tester" inventory is much larger than the "tested".To it's credit, it has located a couple of other bad ICs (I manually tested them after it registered them bad, and other ICs of that flavor tested good on this tester), so I give it two stars.Original Review:This tests *most* TTL and CMOS logic chips. It works well. Be sure you put the chip in the right way, which is pin 1 to top, and chip all the way down. So, on a 14 pin DIP, you'll have pin 1 up and room for a 6-pin DIP *above* pin 1, towards the lock lever. The directions are not at all clear about this.ranking top5,milwaukee mall,new mail orderTaidacent Digital Universal IC Tester Circuit for 74 40 Series B