Features and Benefits

  • Low RON 0.5 Ω
  • High continuous current of up to 847 mA
  • Flat RON across signal range, 0.003 Ω
  • Improved balance between on resistance and on capacitance
  • Low RON (0.5 Ω) and CON (33 pF)
  • 1.8 V Logic compatibility
  • 16-lead, 4 mm x 4 mm LFCSPe
  • Pin to pin compatible with the ADG1412
  • Fully specified at ±15 V, +12 V, ±5 V and +5 V/–12 V
  • Operational with asymmetric power supplies
  • VSS to VDD – 2 V analog signal range

Product Details

The EVAL-ADG2412EBZ is the evaluation board for the ADG2412. The ADG2412 contains four independent single-pole/single-throw (SPST) switches. The ADG2412 switches turn on with Logic 1. Each switch conducts equally well in both directions when on, and each switch has an input signal range that extends from VSS to VDD – 2 V. When the switches are open, signal levels up to the supplies are blocked. The ADG2412 does not have a VL pin. The digital inputs are compatible with 1.8 V logic inputs over the full-operating supply range. The on-resistance profile is very flat over the full-analog input range, which ensures good linearity and low distortion when switching audio signals.

Figure 1 in the data sheet shows the EVAL-ADG2412EBZ evaluation board. The ADG2412 is located in the center of the evaluation board and wire screw terminals are provided to connect to each of the source and drain pins. Three screw terminals power the device and a fourth terminal provides users with a defined digital logic-supply voltage, if required. Alternatively, the digital logic-supply voltage can be supplied from the ADP7142 that is on the board.

Full specifications on the ADG2412 are available in the ADG2412 data sheet available from Analog Devices, Inc., and must be consulted with the user guide when using the EVAL-ADG2412EBZ evaluation board.

Getting Started


  • DC voltage source
  • ±15 V ± 10%, and/or ±5 V ± 10%, for dual-supply
  • +12 V ± 10% for single-supply
  • Optional digital logic-supply
  • Analog signal source
  • Method to measure voltage, such as a digital multimeter (DMM) or oscilloscope