Shift Register – High-Power 8-Bit – TPIC6B595

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Brand: Texas Instruments
Part Number: TPIC6B595
Barcode: 5055421030414
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Shift Register High-Power 8 Bit – TPIC6B595

Simple shift register IC that can control high-voltage/high-current devices directly! Clock in data and latch it to control devices like relays, motors, high-current optical devices, and more!

Each channel can sink 150mA continuous, 500mA max.


  • Logic supply voltage, VCC: 4.5 ~ 5.5V
  • High-level input voltage, VIH: 0.85V VCC
  • Low-level input voltage, VIL 0.15V VCC
  • Pulsed drain output current, TC = 25°C, VCC = 5 V : −500mA ~ 500mA
  • Setup time, SER IN high before SRCK↑, tsu: 20nS
  • Hold time, SER IN high after SRCK↑, the: 20 nS
  • Pulse duration, tw: 40 nS
  • Operating case temperature, TC: −40°C ~ 125°C

Max. Ratings:

  • Logic supply voltage, VCC: 7V
  • Logic input voltage range, VI: −0.3V ~ 7V
  • Power DMOS drain-to-source voltage, VDS: 50V
  • Continuous source-to-drain diode anode current: 500mA
  • Pulsed source-to-drain diode anode current: 1A
  • Pulsed drain current, each output, all outputs on, ID, TC = 25°C: 500mA
  • Continuous drain current, each output, all outputs on, ID, TC = 25°C: 150mA
  • Peak drain current single output, IDM,TC = 25°C: 500mA
  • Single-pulse avalanche energy, EAS: 30mJ
  • Avalanche current, IAS: 500mA
  • Operating virtual junction temperature range, TJ: −40°C ~ 150°C
  • Operating case temperature range, TC: −40°C ~ 125°C
  • Storage temperature range: −65°C ~ 150°C
  • Lead temperature 1,6 mm (1/16 inch) from case for 10 seconds: 260°C

TPIC6B595 Pin Out:

TPIC6B595 Pin Out

TPIC6B595 Logic Symbol:

TPIC6B595 Logic Symbol

TPIC6B595 Logic Diagram:

TPIC6B595 Logic Diagram


1 review for Shift Register – High-Power 8-Bit – TPIC6B595

  1. Dave Newbo

    I bought these to power 4″ LED digits that normal driver (e.g. max7219) couldn’t cope with. Easy to use, handily take 12v (uses same power as my displays) and easy to drive from an Arduino. I have 4 in series, 1 for each digit. Bought from here becaus

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