Part Number: TS3A227E
Hi,Customer is comparing TS3A227E and TS3A226AE.These two devices have the following notation differences.Could you explain the difference between 2XSPDT and 1XDPDT?Best Regards,Yusuke/Japan Disty
Hello Yusuke-san, To explain this, first I need to break down the acronym. SPDT stands for Single Pull Double Throw, which is basically a 2:1 switch, where the switch changes signals from two different "throws". DPDT stands for Double Pull Double Throw, which is actually a 2 channel 2:1, meaning there are two of them. Now you will note that the TS3A227E actually has 2 SPDT, which means it is also 2 channel 2:1. In a sense they are the same functionality. In some instances, DPDT has a single signal enable an output for both 2:1 switch configurations, where as in the 2 x SPDT parts, there will be two separate signals which control each 2:1 configuration separately. I hope this helped. Thanks, Louie
In reply to Louie:
Louie-san,Thank you for your support.I understood your explanation.I will report it to customers.Best Regards,Yusuke/Japan Disty
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