Thanks for the detailed explain!
I saw that you said analog I/O's can be left floating, just wondering if the I/O's is floating(no matter high/low frequency), when I try to read the ADC, then the ADC should read a random number, right?…
Part Number: MUX509 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX7209 Hi team,
My customer is using ADG409BRZ. I find our P2P device is MUX509 but the supply is 36V which is lower than ADI part. Do we have other suitable devices to replace it? Thanks.
Part Number: MUX509 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ADS8686S Hi team,
My customer has a strict requirement on the transition time when switch one channel to another channel, and we always define the time of 90% rise/down transition, but how about higher…
Part Number: MUX509 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX6104 e2e,
Could you recommend proper device?
Replacing DG409 with independent control for each ch
We have alternative device to replace DG409 but control pin controls 2 chs in the same time…
Part Number: MUX509 Hello,
I would like you to confirm whether there is any power sequence requirement in following usecase.
* User will use dual voltage (Positive and negative)
Is there any inhibition sequence between VDD and VSS ?
Part Number: MUX509 Hi ,
I want a little confused about the usage of MUX509. When the input source is float like TC or ultrasonic transducers, can MUX509 work with just postive 12V power?
I see the input range is VSS to VDD. But for these signal source…
Part Number: MUX509 Hello guys,
One of my customers is considering using MUX509 for their new products.
They need On-resistance drift data. They know the device datasheet has the data at VS=10V condition.
Do you have the drift data in other conditions…
Part Number: MUX509 Hi,
What is preferred method to protect the MUX509 from damage caused by analog input voltage exceeding the MUX analog power supply voltage?
Does the MUX509 use internal ESD diodes to protect the inputs? If so, would a series current…
Part Number: MUX509 Hi Team,
My customer is looking into the MUX509 for a 4-cell Li-Ion battery application (up to 16V) and would like to know what the mux supply current will be when the device is disabled (spec'd at 42uA when enabled). Can you please…