Title

Hex Inverter (semiconductor)

Description

It's a small black rectangle with multiple silver prongs coming off either side. There is a Motorola symbol on it along with identifying numbers. It is meant to read inputs of energy voltages and convert them to outputs. If the input is low, it will invert the output to be high, and vice versa.

Other Marks or Symbols

207HW

Function

It is meant to read inputs of energy voltages and convert them to outputs. If the input is low, it will invert the output to be high, and vice versa.

Designer

Motorola

Country of Origin

Japan

Evidence

I found this information from a PDF - https://assets.nexperia.com/documents/data-sheet/74HCU04.pdf -
I could not find the date that this item was created so I assume it was created around the time of the Super Nintendo itself, early 1990's. I know that the other information I found is accurate because the PDF I found is a manual for the item. Although the item is called a "Hex Inverter", I inferred that it is a type of semi-conductor because when I googled the identification number, the item that came up was called a "semi-conductor".

Collection:

Super Nintendo


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Citation

“Hex Inverter (semiconductor),” Mapping Our Devices, accessed October 23, 2020, http://maps.dgst101.net/items/show/260.

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