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TS5A2066: Alternative to 74LVC1G53

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Part Number: TS5A2066

Hello, 

I was looking for the best replacement we have to the NXP part 74LVC1G53: assets.nexperia.com/.../74LVC1G53.pdf

On TI.com it said the TS5A9411 or the TS5A12301E were same functionality parts, but they don't seem to match the description of this NXP mux and my own opinion was that the TS5A2006 looked like a better fit. 

I was looking to get some feedback on this issue so any recommendation would be greatly appreciated. 

Thank you!

  • Olivia,

    The NXP 74LVC1G53 is a 2:1 1-channel switch that supports voltages 1.65 to 5.5 V.  The TS5A9411 and TS5A12301E support supply voltages 2.25 to 5.5 V.  

    What supply voltage range does your customer need?  

    The TS5A9411 is a 6 pin device and the TS5A12301E is in a BGA package which doesn't match the NXP device.

    What package does your customer need?  The SN74LVC2G53 device is p2p and in the same package as 74LVC1G53.

    If the package or pinout is not a concern we have 20 options for 2:1, 1-channel devices in your voltage range so we will need to know the customer use case to pick the best device of the 20 options.

    Thank you,

    Adam

  • In reply to Adam Torma:

    Hi Adam,

    Thank you for the help!

    I'm actually working on a list of the best TI crosses to leverage against competitor parts, so I am more trying to find a part that best fits as a replacement to the comp part rather than satisfy a specific requirement to a system.

    I think in this case the SN74LVCG53 would be the best option.

    Thanks again,

    -Olivia Morell

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