Inverter ic problem

Hello Need help....... I have used TI's inverter IC. Output of optocoupler Ic given as input to the inverter ic and output of inverter ic given as input to the pic micocontroller. Microcontroller ic pin configured as input. My inverter ic get damaged and I dn't know reason of that. Can anyone tell reason of that problem? Thanks

by User1412
December 28, 2018

Please give part numbers, supply voltages, and circuit diagram. Thanks.

by mikerogerswsm
December 28, 2018

Ic part no.is sn74lvc1g04dbvr

by User1412
December 29, 2018

Supply voltage is 5Vdc

by User1412
December 29, 2018

How do you know it is damaged?

by mikerogerswsm
December 29, 2018

Hello, Thank u for ur reply. Input to the inverter ic is square pulses, I got inverted square pulses at output of ic. But when next time I powered ON my instrument I didn't get inverted square pulses at output of IC. When I replaced inveter ic I got output. So I concluded that my ic got damaged

by User1412
December 29, 2018

Without knowing your devices, circuit and voltages it is impossible to comment.

by mikerogerswsm
December 29, 2018

Yes I know that. But now i am unable to insert circuit. It's not supproting on my mobile. I will insert my ckt asap. Thanks

by User1412
December 29, 2018

Can you upload a photo of a hand-drawn sketch to imgur or whatever and link to that?

by mikerogerswsm
December 29, 2018
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