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Hello, I have two SN75 chips that I'm using for motor control. Anyway they need a heat sink, and I was wondering if I could put them both on one big heat-sink, or should they have their own.

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You can do either.
Remember the larger the surface area of the heat sink the better it is a removing the heat.
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What the heck is an SN75? Do you mean SN754410 chips in DIP16 package?
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