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MAX4730

Low-Voltage 3.5Ω, SPDT, CMOS Analog Switches

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Part Models 4
1ku List Price Starting From $1.75
Features
  • Low 3.5Ω RON (+2.7V Supply)
  • 0.45Ω RON Flatness (+2.7V Supply)
  • 0.05Ω RON Match Between Channels (+2.7V Supply)
  • Tiny SC70 and µDFN Packages
  • -3dB Bandwidth: 300MHz
  • Low On-Capacitance: 19.5pF
  • 0.036% Total Harmonic Distortion
  • Low Supply Current: 1nA
  • +1.8V to +5.5V Single-Supply Operation
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The MAX4729/MAX4730 single-pole/double-throw (SPDT) switches operate from a single supply ranging from +1.8V to +5.5V. These switches provide low 3.5Ω on-resistance (RON), as well as 0.45Ω RON flatness with a +2.7V supply. These devices typically consume only 1nA of supply current, making them ideal for use in lowpower, portable applications. The MAX4729/MAX4730 feature low-leakage currents over the extended temperature range, TTL/CMOS-compatible digital logic, and excellent AC characteristics.

The MAX4729/MAX4730 are available in small 6-pin SC70 and 6-pin µDFN packages. The MAX4729/MAX4730 are offered in three pinout configurations to ease design. The MAX4729/MAX4730 are specified over the extended -40°C to +85°C temperature range.

Applications

  • Audio/Video Signal Routing
  • Battery-Operated Equipment
  • Communications Circuits
  • Low-Voltage Data-Acquisition Systems
  • Relay Replacement
  • Sample-and-Hold Circuits
Part Models 4
1ku List Price Starting From $1.75

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Software & Part Ecosystem

Software & Part Ecosystem

Tools & Simulations

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LTspice® is a powerful, fast and free simulation software, schematic capture and waveform viewer with enhancements and models for improving the simulation of analog circuits.

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