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Analog Devices Introduces Industry’s First Analog Fault Detection and Protection Switch Family for Analog Input/Output Modules in Harsh Environments

Nov 11 2014 - Norwood, MA
  • ADG5412F-PR

    Analog Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADI) today introduced a family of fault detection and protection, low/ultra-flat Ron switches: the ADG5412F, ADG5413F, ADG5412BF and ADG5413BF. By identifying when a channel is in a fault, this innovative switch technology removes the need for additional hardware and software error-detection schemes, leading to an improvement in system uptime.

     

    The new switches also offer a best-in-class combination of robustness and precision performance in a small package, suiting them for precision instrumentation, process control and avionic signal chains. Providing up to ± 55-V over-voltage protection, coupled with a 5.5-kV HBM ESD level, these switches protect downstream system components in both power-on and power-off states, while protecting against hot-swapping and operator miss-use events. The leading-edge combination of low Ron, Ron flatness and low leakage, coupled with the removal of discrete protection components, leads to a reduction in signal distortion and system error budget. The ultra-low Ron flatness level offered by this family also minimizes system total harmonic distortion and noise performance.

     

    • Download ADG5412F quad single-pole/single-throw (SPST) switches data sheet, view product page and order samples
    • Download ADG5412BF bi-directional fault protection and detection, quad SPST switches data sheet, view product page and order samples
    • Download ADI’s switches and muxes portfolio

     

    Key Features:

     

    • Over-voltage detection on source pins
      •    Over-voltage protection up to −55 V and +55 V
      •    Bi-directional over-voltage protection (ADG5412BF / ADG5413BF)
    • Low on-resistance of 10 Ω, on-resistance flatness of 0.5 Ω
    • VSS to VDD analog signal range
      •    ±5-V to ±22-V dual-supply operation
      •    8-V to 44-V single-supply operation
      •    Fully specified at ±15 V, ±20 V, +12 V, and +36 V


    Pricing and Availability

     

    Product  Production Availability  Configuration Option  Operating Temperature Range  Packaging  Price Each In 1,000 Quantities 
     ADG5412F NOW Quad SPST
    Logic 1 On
    -40°C to +125°C 16-lead TSSOP $3.96
     ADG5413F NOW Quad SPST
    2* Logic 1 On
    2* Logic 0 On
    -40°C to +125°C 16-lead TSSOP $3.96
     ADG5412BF NOW Bi-directional OVP
    Quad SPST
    Logic 1 On
    -40°C to +125°C 16-lead TSSOP $3.96
    ADG5412BF NOW Bidirectional OVP
    Quad SPST
    2* Logic 1 On
    2* Logic 0 On
    -40°C to +125°C 16-lead TSSOP $3.96
    ADG5412F, ADG5413F,
    ADG5412BF,ADG5413BF
    SAMPLING NOW As Above -40°C to +125°C 16-Lead 4x4mm LFCSP $3.96
    ADG5404F SAMPLING NOW 4:1 Mux -40°C to +125°C 16-lead TSSOP $3.86

    More About ADI’s Analog Fault Protection and Detection Switch and Multiplexor Family

     

    The release of these switch products, along with the sampling of the ADG5404F 4:1 multiplexor, forms the start of a new ADI product portfolio designed to maximize system operation in harsh environments.
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