I'm trying to use the following IC: SN74S289BJ so that the output is 5v when HIGH and ~0v when LOW, however I'm having problems due to the open collector nature of it, as I've written data to a specific address and the transistor won't sink the pull-up current (meaning that the output LEDs that I use to verify the data are always on) according to the data sheet whenever there is data on a specific output the transistor will be saturated and will cause it to guide the flow of the current to GND.
Currently I have 5v through a 330 Ohms to the collector of the IC 74S289BJ and a LED to show the status.
What would be the correct way to set it up?
Here is my current setup, assume that the address and data are prepared and that the IC is in read mode (WE is HIGH).
Also, the output is inverted because according to the datasheet the output is the data's complement.
Note: IC U2/3/4/5 in the above schematic are SN74H04N HEX inverters