What is the maximum achievable output signal swing on the ADG3123?
I moved your question on the ADG3123 to the Switches/Multiplexers community. Someone here should be able to assist you.
I have a project where I am trying to take a 3.3V GPIO pin out of an SoC (Raspberry Pi to be exact) and use it to drive a control input that wants to be >= 15V. I found teh ADG3123 which fits the job nicely, the only problem I have is I am trying to breadboard…
The configuration you have described is perfectly acceptable for using the ADG3123. However, I am concerned by the current draw you have specified.
The absolute maximum constant current draw is 15mA for the entire device, at 25'C. You mention…
No, the ADG3123 does not have pull down/up resistors on its input and the maximum frequency is up to 100 kHz (for capacitive loads = 100pF).
Take note that in order to operate the device properly, digital input conditions must be met. For…
The ADG3123 is the only High Voltage level translator that we have.
I believe that it is possible to use this part in the manner you have described above, but we have not tested it with inputs above 5.5V and don't have any information…