Hello, here's a little question about open colector and wired and. Out = X Y Question: the output will be true when the circuit is closed (as in the figure) with the ground connections "closed". Is that correct? Is the following correct? - when they are all unconnected they dont send the 0 from the ground so the output gets the 1 from the Resistance - when they are all connected they all send the 0 from the ground so the output is 0 because 0 goes above 1 in OC - when one is connected it sends a 0 from the ground and the output is 0 Thanks.
Hi, If you're using positive logic, than your two switches make a wired NOR function. The output is true wuth neither input, and is false if one or both is made. A OR B = notC.
Hi, This is an AND gate. The function is Out=X AND Y. If both X AND Y is connected then Out is high(+V), and only then! TOK