Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 Hi Experts,
Could you please recommend the proper R, Cap values or additional element for this schematic? (Pull-up R / Decoupling cap, etc)
Multiplexer IC SN74LV4051A-Q1
( VCC 5V / Input : LED cathode / Output & Chip Selector…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 Hi Team,
Do we have Pin impedance to GND data of signal channel here, like pin Yx/COM? And whether the pin impedance to GND will be changed or not when channel is on/off?
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 Hello, I'm trying to use this part as an alternative to another TI mux that is not in stock.
The pinout is the same except that the other TI mux has pin 7 NC, whereas here it is ground.
Are the pin 7 and pin 8 ground internally…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 We have implemented the SN74LV4051 Mux for our data acquisition setup. During testing, it was observed that when the channel output configuration is changed, the mux gives an erroneous output and copies the data of channel…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX1308-Q1 HI Team,
My customer is asking if our device can still perform when the VCC is at 1.8V supply, though the DS mentioned the supply recommend between 2-5.5V.
The datasheet note mentioned…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LV4051A , TMUX1308-Q1
My customer is using the SN74LV4051ATDWRQ1 now. We want to check whether the output signal has protection diodes internal the chip. If yes. Do we have P2P solut…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1
Hi, When switching the on channel from Y1 to Y2, the logic level of inputs A and B are switched while the INH pin is low. At this time, voltage drop larger than expected occurs. Are there possibility of leakage current path when…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 Dear team,
Could you please tell me whether our device can be used under 1.8V(power supply). Below first picture said the 1.8V is available, but in our datasheet(the second picture), the power supply'a range is 2-5.5V. Could…
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 E2E,
Can the SN74LV4051-Q1 distinguish inputs shorted to battery? I have an issue where if one input was shorted to battery, all the inputs appeared shorted to battery when sampled.
Part Number: SN74LV4051A-Q1 My customer is trying to understand input pin capacitance of this device (specifically for pins Y1, Y2, Y4, Y5, Y6 and Y7) assuming the switch is not closed to the COM port. I don’t see a good drawing for the defined capacitance…