• ADG467 Bandwidth

    Hello,

    I'm wondering about the ADG467 -3dB bandwidth. There is a Insertion Loss graph in the datasheet with a flat region at lower frequencies alright.
    But the flat value indicates -3dB! Does this really mean that even at low frequencies only 70%…

  • ADG467 Channel Protector

    Hello,

    What is the ESD rating of the ADG467? Human Body Model will work, but I would prefer IEC 61000-4-2 level if you have it.

    Thanks!

    Jeff

  • ADG467: Fault free input range

    I want to use ADG467 as channels protector.
    In ADG467 datasheet page 1, is specified a normal operation from (Vss + 2) <
    Vin < (Vdd - 1.5) range but in page 2 is specified a range from (Vss + 1.2) to
    (Vdd - 0.8).

    A- Vin is campled…
  • ADG467- ON Resistanc=60 Ohm?

    ADG seem interesting for my application but I wonder regarding the 60 Ohms resistance while at ON state...is it really 60 ohm series resistance while it is on? Does it fits to fast communication lines?

    Thanks

    Freddy

     

  • ltspice model for adg467

    Hallo,

    Searching for the above yielded nothing... Does it exist or how can one cook up one?

    Best regards

    GHH

  • ADG467 - what is the minimal bipolar supply voltage ?

    Hi,

    We aim to protect the ADC inputs using an ADG467. We currently are using +/-3.6V to supply it, targetting to clip the input signals to +/-2.1V.

    Initial tests look OK, but I'd like to have a cross-checking from you.

    Thanks in advance

  • ADG467 as protection for ADC input (output clamping voltage accuracy)

    Hello,

    I use an ADG467 to protect input ADC channel (ADS1247). I need to read low current ~30uA with an accurate ADS1247 ADC through shunt resistance. It is important that the leackage current is very low to don't impact the accuracy. That the reason…

  • RE: Need a High Voltage Level Translator

    Have a look at the ADG467 octal line protector. If you run its +V supply pin at +4V and the -V supply pin at about -1V, you can translate input signals up to about +/- 40V down to 3.3V CMOS logic levels. The ADG467 consumes only microamp leakage currents…

  • RE: ADG465 Frequency and phase response

    Thanks Michael for the quick answer.

    We are considering use ADG465 or ADG467 as input protection (Voltage Clipper) for our AD7760.

    We could use a Schottkly diode circuit for this, but we are worried about noise figure, frequency deviation, bandwidth…

  • RE: How to PROTECT computer GPIO lines from damage by the 28VDC

    Hi Dov,

    I would recommend you look at one of the octal channel protectors, http://www.analog.com/ADG467

    You could use transient voltage suppressor diodes (TVS) and/or Schottky diodes, but the channel protectors would be easier.

    Best Regards,

    Walt