Seems all of the Power Shift Registers I find are designed for current sinking.
I'm in need of powering many Bi-Color (3-lead) LED's that all must be wired in parallel. And unfortunately, it seems the huge majority of Bi-Color (3-lead) LED's are COMMON CATHODE.
(so I can't simply SINK current to turn the individual colors on)
Does anyone know of a Power Shift Register that is designed for high-current (ideally 250 mA per pin) and SOURCES current?