CLK – Clock input – One of the input clocks is optional.
SCL – Clock input – The second input clock, if present, is optional.
VCC – VCC (operating voltage)
This version uses an I2C bus, but you can use it in SPI mode, or any other bus you prefer. It uses an easy-to-use “C” type interface with an optional-byte write mode. The optional byte mode enables you to set 8 bits in one operation. Some other versions, such as the SN74HC173, use a separate 10-bit input pin to do the same function.
The device accepts a wide variety of interface configurations:
The default mode is I2C mode. The clock is generated internally or received via the optional SCL pin.
If you have a second, external clock, you can use it by connecting the SCL pin to the PCH_DIN pin on the device.
If you have a second, separate, internal clock, you can connect the SCL pin to the PCH_SCL pin.
You can also use the optional byte mode to set 8 bits in one operation.
You can use an external clock source, by connecting the PCH_SCL pin to an external clock source, then connecting the SCL pin to the output of the clock source.
When using the optional byte mode, you can also connect the optional DIN to a byte register instead of a single register.
Here, the code for interfacing the SN74HC165N with the Arduino is represented in Listing. First, the Arduino serial interface is opened. Then, the SN74HC165N is initialized by sending the command “SHS_OP0(8)”. This command generates a single-output serial bit from the 8-bit parallel inputs. The output is then read using a command “SHS_OP1(8)” and the results are displayed on the Arduino serial monitor. In the code, Serial.begin(9600); starts the serial communication at 115200 bps. The output pin of the SN74HC165N is set to output and the input is set to input. You can connect the output pin to a digital pin of the Arduino board as you prefer.
The circuit is reported in Figure. In the figure, the serial output bit is selected by the OP9S signal. The OP9S signal is a 8-bit output to 0. Here, the simulation is started with the first bit in the serial data stored in the storage register. After the OP9S output the bit is transferred to the output pin.
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