If changed to HC, then the 47K will work just fine.
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Should all the LS chips be replaced with HC? And, if so, can the originally specified 47K resistor values be maintained?
P. Todd Decker
On Sep 26, 2020, at 1:24 PM, Lee Hart <leeahart@...> wrote:
> Thanks, Lee for the suggestion to substitute a 74C10 for a 74LS10.
> Since many of us have 74HC chips, what would be the consequence of
> substituting a 74HC10 for the 74LS10?
Sure; a 74HC10 would work as well as the 74C10. I was just thinking of a vintage chip that would have been Elf-period correct, without having to rewire it for a 4023.
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