CMOS, ±5 V/+5 V, 4 Ω, Single SPDT Switch (Make-Before-Break Action)
- Low on resistance (RON): 4 Ω typical.
- Dual ±2.7 V to ±5.5 V or single 2.7 V to 5.5 V supplies.
- Low power dissipation.
- Fast tON/tOFF.
- Tiny, 8-lead SOT-23 and 8-lead MSOP.
- Automatic test equipment
- Power routing
- Communication systems
- Data acquisition systems
- Sample-and-hold systems
- Relay replacement
- Battery-powered systems
This designates products ADI does not recommend broadly for new designs.
The EVAL-8MSOPEBZ is the evaluation board for the 8 lead MSOP devices in the switch/mux portfolio which are to be purchased separately. A clamp is supplied with the board so that the device can be secured to the board without the need for soldering. This makes the board reusable for multiple devices.
The device can be clamped or soldered to the center of the evaluation board. Each pin of the device is broke out to a link that can be set to either VDD or GND and a wire screw terminal is provided to supply VDD and GND. SMB connectors are on the board allow for additional external signals to be supplied to the device. In addition, there is space at the top of the board available for prototyping.
Full specifications of the device under test are available in the product data sheet, which should be consulted in conjunction with this user guide when using the evaluation board.
Product Selection Guide
Switches and Multiplexers Product Selection Guide
Data-acquisition system uses fault protection
By Catherine Redmond, Analog Devices, Inc. (EDN, 4/15/2004)
CMOS Switches Offer High Performance in Low Power, Wideband Applications
by Theresa Corrigan and Ray Goggin, Analog Devices, Inc. (High Frequency Electronics, February 2004)
Temperature monitor measures three thermal zones
by Susan Pratt, Analog Devices, Inc. (EDN, 12/11/03)
Low on-resistance, one key for the perfect switch
By Catherine Redmond (Planet Analog October 9, 2003)
Enhanced Multiplexing for MEMS Optical Cross Connects
by James Caffrey (Fiberoptic Product News, 8/2003)
RON Modulation in CMOS Switches and Multiplexers; What It Is and How to Predict
By John Wynne
(Based on Application Note AN-251, which appeared in the ADI Applications Reference Manual of 1993.)
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