What is a TTL signal?

A TTL signal, Transistor-Transistor-Logic, is a binary signal generated with the help of a transistor turning on or off. 0-0.4V is considered as low state, and 2.7-5V is a high state.

The difference between the TTL and Relay Contact topologies is that since in Mean Well products the TTL signal is created through a transistor or semiconductor, the current capability of the signal is relatively low. In contrary, using Relay Contact method (which uses a metal contact as conductor) allows much higher current to flow.

Categories: Industrial, Operation
Tags: Transistor-Transistor-Logic, TTL Signal

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