Part Number: SN74CBTLV3257
My Automotive customer designs cluster.
Here he is using 74CBTLV3257 in package DHVQFN16.
Is this a bi-directional switch? Is it the cheapest and more convenient device we can offer with these specs or we have something better/newer?
All switches and multiplexers we support are bi-directional.
We have the new TMUX part- the TMUX1574 with lower 2-Ω RON, wider supply range (1.8V-5V) and more features like 1.8-V compatible control inputs, Fail-safe logic compared to the 74CBTLV3257.
It is also available in the QFN package.
Here is a comparison of the two parts.
For automotive application, we have the new SN3257-Q1 which is available in the DYY package. The DYY is a small leaded package that reduces potentially manufacturing issues seen with QFN’s in automotive.
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