CMOS, Low Voltage, 2 Wire, Serially Controlled Dual 4 to 1 Matrix Switch
The ADG728 and ADG729 utilize a 2-wire serial interface that is compatible with the I2C™ interface standard. Both have two external address pins (A0 and A1). This allows the 2 LSBs of the 7-bit slave address to be set by the user. Four of each of the devices can be connected to the one bus. The ADG728 also has a RESET pin that should be tied high if not in use.
Each channel is controlled by one bit of an 8-bit word. This means that these devices may be used in a number of different configurations; all, any, or none of the channels may be on at any one time.
On power-up of the device, all switches will be in the OFF condition and the internal shift register will contain all zeros.
All channels exhibit break-before-make switching action preventing momentary shorting when switching channels.
The ADG728 and ADG729 are available in 16-lead TSSOP packages.Product Highlights
- 2-Wire Serial Interface.
- Single Supply Operation. The ADG728 and ADG729 are fully specified and guaranteed with 3 V and 5 V supply rails.
- Low On Resistance 2.5 Ω typical.
- Any configuration of switches may be on at any one time.
- Guaranteed Break-Before-Make Switching Action.
- Small 16-Lead TSSOP Package.
- Data Acquisition Systems
- Communications Systems
- Relay Placement
- Audio and Video Switching
- Automatic Test Equipment
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
A 16-lead TSSOP device can be clamped or soldered to the center of the evaluation board. Each pin of the device has a corresponding link from K1 to K16 that can be set to either VDD or GND. A wire screw terminal supplies VDD and GND. SMB connectors on the board allow additional external signals to be supplied to the device. In addition, there is space available at the top of the board for prototyping.
Full specifications of the device under test (DUT) are available in the corresponding product data sheet, which should be consulted in conjunction with this user guide when using the evaluation board.
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