Part Number: CD4097B Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MUX507
Dear Sir, please answer
I'd like to use CD4097B as (8:1)x2 analog multiplexer.
I have dual +/- 5 V power supply (+5V, -5V, GND).
I need to tranfer 15 mV.....3V, 50 Hz differential signal…
Part Number: CD4097B Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX1108 , MUX36S08 Hello,
Can somebody please clarify whether the CD4097/67 work for low amplitude signals input at the S0-S7 terminals? (Say the order of a 50mV)?
The input voltage spec in the datasheet…
Part Number: CD4097B Hi Team,
My customer is using CD4097B and supply voltage is 3.3V(VSS is connected to GND). The control level is described at 5V and what is the input logic level when supplied voltage is 3.3V?
Thanks a lot.
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I'm trying to use the CD4097B(PWR) as a 1:8 USB 2.0 multiplexer. Even though it's a differential multiplexer, it doesn't seem to work. Is it even possible with this chip…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CD4097B I am interested in demultiplexing an I2C bus and I have identified the CD4097B IC as a suitable device for the application.
My questions are as follows:
- Can CD4097B handle bidirectional data transfer through its…
Part Number: MUX507 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN65C1168E , , CD4097B , TMUX1308 , SN74HC151 , CD74HC238 Hi all,
My customer want to design an 8 RS485 mux with MX507 + SN65C1168E. Is it ok for using MUX507? or other suggestion for the application?
What is driving the need for 8 channels of NTCs?
From your image it appears you need and 8:1, device with 2-channels. Using the selection table I was able to find the CD4097B . However, the on resistance can be as high as 1KΩ. Which may not be acceptable…