Part Number: A393F, KIA393F
Function: Dual Comparator
Package DIP, SOP 8 Pin Type
A393F is Dual Comparator. A dual comparator refers to an integrated circuit (IC) that contains two individual voltage comparators within a single package. A voltage comparator is an essential electronic component used to compare two input voltages and determine which one is larger or smaller.
The basic function of a voltage comparator is to produce a digital output based on the comparison of the input voltages. When one input voltage is higher than the other, the output of the comparator goes to a logic high state (often represented as a “1”), and when the opposite is true, the output goes to a logic low state (often represented as a “0”).
· Be Possible to Operate at the Wide Range Single or Two Supply Voltage.
· Low Supply Current : ICC=0.8mA(Typ.).
· Low Input Offset Voltage : VIO=2mV(Typ.).
· Wide Common Mode Input Voltage : 0VDC to VCC-1.5VDC.
· Output is Compatible with TTL, DTL, MOS and C-MOS.
· Output is Open Collector and Wired-OR Possible.
1. Level detection: In many cases, you need to determine if a signal voltage is above or below a certain reference level. Dual comparators can be used to check if a signal is within a specific range or threshold.
3. Motor control
4. Oscillators and waveform generation