• ADG5462F is not giving output as expected_required immediate support

    Dear Analog,

    We have used  ADG5462F part in our design as ADC Channel protector.  We are facing issue with its functionality as we are not getting expected output for the applied input. 

    Eg: When we are giving 6V as input, we are getting some random voltages…

  • RE: ADG467 Bandwidth

    Hi Teap,

     

    You are correct. The ADG467 is an octal channel protector, and its frequency response plot, in the datasheet, shows that from 120 kHz to 10 MHz the insertion loss is approximately -3 dB. This is due to the voltage drop across the on-resistance…

  • RE: Channel Protection Device in tiny Package

    Hi Niels,

    Thanks for the feedback on out channel protector parts ADg467/ADG465 and the ADG5462F. That is always great to hear.

    Is it size reduction you are primarily interested in? do you use a lot of these devices on a board?

    Or are you more interested…

  • RE: ADG467- ON Resistanc=60 Ohm?

    Hi Freddy,

    Yes, the ADG467 does have a 60 ohm series resistance when it is in an ON state. If you are interested in a channel protector with less ON resistance, then you may be interested in the ADG5462F. It is an quad channel protector with a typical…

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  • RE: Short to Battery Protection Circutiry for Automotive Video Decoder

    HI Rob,

    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…

  • RE: ADG1414 - Unpowered behaviour

    Hi,

    You are exceeding the max ratings of the part when the power supplies are floating and the source/drain pin is powered.

    It is likely that the source/drain pin voltage is powering the VDD/VSS pins through the internal ESD diodes of the part. This…

  • RE: AD7608 Lockup problem... Very rare

    Hi Jeff-at-zeiss,

       The way I understand your problem is that, the AD760x ADC stops working by producing a zero on the data output and suspected a glitch on the reset line that causes the ADC to have an unwanted reset or malfunction. Having a 40kV in the…

  • FAQ: ADG54xxF

    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…