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[SOLVED] What does HEX inverter means?

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with respect to what are you asking this question........

An inverter is just that - ONE inverter. It's rather unusual to find such a beast these days, though, since multiple inverters are commonly used in any given circuit.

A hex inverter is six (hence the "hex") inverters stuffed into one package, each one of them operating independent of the other five in the package, but all of them sharing common power and ground connections.
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6 inverters in 1 Ic


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