Part Number: CD4016B Hi Team,
Good day. I am posting this inquiry on behalf of the customer.
"On the datasheet, it is mentioned that the supply voltage can go up to 20V, however, when we give it more than 5V the output does not appear.
I am trying…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CD4016B , TS5A3157 , SN74CBTLV3257 Hi team,
My customer wants to choose one chip to do the UART 2 to 1 now. The voltage is 3.3v. I check the datasheet of the CD4016b, and think the chip can be used for this application. Could…
The output voltage on my output should be floating when the button is not pressed. I don't want it low or high thus i'm want to use the switch.
1) is the CD4016BE ok?
2) all my components are DIP and i think i will chose SMD in new PCB version…
Thanks for the extra information!
I think we have a couple options that may be useful in this application.
2 Caveats that apply to all of them are the following:
1. ON Resistance is going to be higher on all of our available options - this…
Thanks for that information.
Have you tried removing the device (shorting across the device) and confirming the voltage at that node is as expected?
Another suggestion is to replace the current device with a new CD4016B device and repeating…
We don't have a 4-channel 1:1 device with ovp up to 24V today. The two close devices you can choose is either CD4016B or TMUX1072.
Why do you need 24V ovp? What are you connecting the switch.
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CD4066B , CD74HCT4316 , CD4016B From email:
My customer is investigating MAX14662 now and I’d like to replace. Could you tell me your recommendation? They need to support negative voltage signal.
I'm sorry it is not easy to search this basic requirement on TI.com. We will have an easy way for you to conduct you search of simple switch parameters in April 2017.
In the mean time here are some devices I could find for you that could…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CD4025B , CD4053B , CD4066B , CD4052B , CD4051B , CD4016B Does the CD4025B NOR gate chip use "FET switch-type functions" where the unused gates do not have to have their inputs tied high or low?
I read your recommendation…