Flip Flop ICs

A flip flop IC (integrated chip) is an electronic chip that's used in a flip flop circuit - a type of circuit that has two stable states. Flip flop circuits are mainly used in computers to store and transfer data.

How do flip flop circuits work?

Flip flop circuits are non linear circuits, which means that the output from one of its gates (devices which allow an electronic system to make a decision based on the number of its inputs) is fed 'back' to be processed with the input signal.

Flip flop circuits work on an input signal mixed with this previous output signal so that their own outputs are dependent upon their previous state. Flip flop circuits differ from latches in that they have a control signal (clock) input.

What are flip flop ICs used for?

A flip flops ICs can store information. By connecting several flip flop ICs together, you can store data that can represent the state of a sequencer, the value of a counter or an ASCII character in a computer's memory.


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Description Price Logic Family Logic Function Input Type Output Type Output Signal Type Triggering Type Polarity Mounting Type Package Type Pin Count Set/Reset Number of Elements per Chip Maximum Propagation Delay Time @ Maximum CL Dimensions
RS Stock No. 165-4212
Mfr. Part No.SY55852UKG
BrandMicrochip
TWD145.20
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ECL D Type - - Differential Positive Edge Inverting, Non-Inverting Surface Mount MSOP 10 Reset 1 0.4 ns @ 2.3 V → 5.7 V 3 x 3 x 0.92mm
RS Stock No. 910-1856
Mfr. Part No.SY55852UKG
BrandMicrochip
TWD196.00
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ECL D Type - - Differential Positive Edge Inverting, Non-Inverting Surface Mount MSOP 10 Reset 1 0.4 ns @ 2.3 V → 5.7 V 3 x 3 x 0.92mm