IC74163 Integrated Presettable Synchronous 4-bit Modulo-16 Up counter. The IC is a synchronous counter as all 4 flip-flops are integrated into the same chip & they receive the same clock pulse (clock signal). The IC74163 is a completely programmable binary counter due to its four preset inputs, which allow it to begin counting with any […]
IC 74193 is a 4-bit presettable synchronous MODULO-16 Up/Down binary counter IC. IC74193 has two separate clock input pins to count up and count down, the output is synchronous with the clock inputs. The separate Terminal Count Up & Terminal Count Down are provided which is useful for designing higher counter or cascading the IC74193. The […]
Optoisolators and Optocoupler sound very similar and they are the same in terms of workings and other features lets see what are optoisolators and optocoupler. There are some differences due to which they are given different names. Photocoupler is another name of the optocoupler. An optocoupler or photocoupler and an optoisolator are semiconductor devices that […]
In this blog, we will discuss about L293D Pin Diagram its working, and its interfacing with Arduino. L293D can drive two DC motors simultaneously, with up to 600mA current in each channel. It receives a control signal from microcontrollers such as Arduino, ESP32 Dev Module, etc. based on these control signals it controls the direction […]
The SCR has only two states of operation i.e. it can be either fully ON or completely OFF hence SCR can as a switch. There is no “active” region of operation like a transistor.
You have seen various types of electronics components they may be divided into two actives (click to know more) and passive. Here is a classification of passive components Definition: “The devices which can not control the flow of electrons by any other electrical signal are called passive components.” Resistors, capacitors, inductors, etc are passive components, […]