Allied Electronics, Inc. Datasheets for Shift Registers

Shift registers are sequential logic circuits that are used to store and move data. They accept binary inputs from one serial or parallel source and then shift the data through a chain of flip-flops, one bit at time.
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3.5 pF (Typ.) Input Capacitance, 14 ns (Typ.), 8-bit Serial-in⁄Parallel-o ut Shift Register Gated serial data inputs Asynchronous master reset Standard output capability ICC category: MSI Data shifts one place...
5.0 V (Nom.) Supply Voltage, -1 mA (High), 20 mA (Low) Output Current, Shift Register Gated serial data inputs Typical shift frequency of 100MHz Asynchronous master reset Buffered clock and...
8-BIT S/PI-SO SHIFT REGISTER
8-BIT SI-PO SHIFT REGISTER
CMOS Logic with 5.0 V (Typ.) Supply Voltage, 16 Lead PDIP Package Type, 750 mW Power Dissipation Operating temperature -40 °C to +85 °C High-speed Si-gate CMOS logic family combines...
PDIP, 5 V (Nom.), -40 to +85°C, 8 Bit Parallel Load Shift Registers Outputs can drive up to 10 LSTTL loads ±4 mA output drive at 5 V Low input...
REGISTER, BUS; PDIP; 8-STAGE SHIFT-AND-STORE LOGIC; 20V; 500MW; -55; +125; 5
REGISTER, SHIFT; CMOS; 10 PF (MAX.); 1.5 V (MIN.); 0.5 V (MAX.); SOIC; -40 DEGC
SHIFT REGISTER 8BIT, 16 PIN SOIC
SHIFT REGISTER; CMOS GATE; -0.5 TO .0 VDC; 0.015 UA (TYP.) @ 15 V, DEGC