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Changing Ron on ADG604YRU Multisim

Hi,

I'm trying to make a circuit on Multisim using a ADG604YRU. I'd like to change the Ron value which is 210 ohms by default.

I tried to create a component with the component wizard and change Ron but when I simulate the switch doesn't seem to work. In my opinion, it may be a pin issue but I can't find how to chose the pins correctly.

A little help would be welcomed.

Thank you.

Best regards,

Valentin NERIN

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  • Hello Valentin,

    I have been able to create a component using the ADG604 information from the database, but there is still some manual intervention. You should copy all the details from the ADG604. It is worth checking the pin mapping of the original device before creating your new device.

    Step 1:

    Nothing unusual. Enter the details as required.

    Step 2:

    Number of pins: 11 (actually, it doesn't matter the value you choose here, the next step will dictate this)

    Step 3:

    Select "Copy from DB", choose the ADG604

    Step 4:

    S1 - S4 & D, Section = "A", Type = "Bidirctional"

    A0, A1 & EN, Section = "A", Type = "Input"

    VDD & VSS, Section = "A", Type = "Power"

    GND, Section = "COM", Type = "Ground"

    Step 5:

    Select "Select from DB", choose the ADG604

    Give your model a new name

    Change any values here

    Step 6:

    Here is the main manual intervention:

    S1:4

    S2:5

    S3:8

    S4:7

    A0:1

    A1:11

    EN:2

    D:6

    VDD:9

    VSS:3

    GND:10

    Step 7:

    Choose a place to put your new model.

    This has worked for me.

    Regards,

    Sean

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  • Hello Valentin,

    I have been able to create a component using the ADG604 information from the database, but there is still some manual intervention. You should copy all the details from the ADG604. It is worth checking the pin mapping of the original device before creating your new device.

    Step 1:

    Nothing unusual. Enter the details as required.

    Step 2:

    Number of pins: 11 (actually, it doesn't matter the value you choose here, the next step will dictate this)

    Step 3:

    Select "Copy from DB", choose the ADG604

    Step 4:

    S1 - S4 & D, Section = "A", Type = "Bidirctional"

    A0, A1 & EN, Section = "A", Type = "Input"

    VDD & VSS, Section = "A", Type = "Power"

    GND, Section = "COM", Type = "Ground"

    Step 5:

    Select "Select from DB", choose the ADG604

    Give your model a new name

    Change any values here

    Step 6:

    Here is the main manual intervention:

    S1:4

    S2:5

    S3:8

    S4:7

    A0:1

    A1:11

    EN:2

    D:6

    VDD:9

    VSS:3

    GND:10

    Step 7:

    Choose a place to put your new model.

    This has worked for me.

    Regards,

    Sean

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