I'm would like to adapt the ADG5412F to my 8 input analog board which is hooked up to
10k thermistor through 3 feet wire each of those.
The running environment will be an AC package unit. Lot of EMI comes from Compressor
Fan motors and contactors…
Thanks for your inquiry.
Our ADG5412F has a THD+N of 0.0015%. This part has low Ron of typically 10 Ohms and ultra low Ron flatness of 0.5 Ohms Typ making it very suitable for audio applications.
If your signal voltage is up to 17,5 V,…
It was not used on the ADG5412F. See Fig 35 in the data sheet. Is this what you are looking for?
Sure, at that voltage range you would be looking at either the ADG5412F or the ADG5412.
These are both quad SPST switches but they come in a range of configurations.
The ADG5412F is an overvoltage protection switch, and due to its ultra low…
Are you looking for a drop in replacement for the ADG5462F LFCSP that fits the TSSOP pinout?
Unfortunately all of our similar devices such as the ADG5412F ADG5412 or ADG1412 follow the same pinout structure.
We have a new family of low Ron (10ohm) Over-voltage protected switches - ADG5412F (4xSPST). This will protect against ±55V over-voltage events in both the powered and unpowered state. See attached datasheet. The ADG5412F needs an 8V min supply…
Q1. Can you explain the Fault detection function to me and how it may offer benefits to my system?A1. The voltages on the source inputs of the ADG5412F are continuously monitored and the state of the switch is indicated by an active low digital output…
Cannot use ADG5412F parts. First, the resistance is too high, needs to be less than 1 ohm, not 10 ohms. Second, one pair is NO and one part is NC. This is not practical because then we need two signals to properly control. Finally, switches need…
When there is no VDD present the condition of the ADG858 would be unknown and we would not be able to make any comment on the condition of the switch.
If you require a device that has a know state when it has no power supply present, consider…
Thanks for your interest in our ADG4612 device. Unfortunately I cannot comment on the failure mode of the device as there are too many variables to account for.
I'm interested to know you you think one device may fail? Is it just built in redundancy…