Part Number: TMUX6104 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX1204 , TMUX1104 , TMUX1109 , TMUX1309 Dear Team,
I want to use TMUX6104 in one of my applications.
I have a single 5V supply available.
Will this IC work properly with a 5V supply.(VDD=5V and VSS…
Part Number: TMUX1104 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX6104 , DAC43608 e2e,
I'm considering using the DAC43608 + TMUX6104 to adjust four patterns of LED currents as in the attachment.
If you have an another recommended Analog SW, could you let…
Part Number: TMUX6104 Hello All,
My customer is looking for analog multiplexer with 4 channels (each of them with 2 inputs and one output), analog signal voltage from 0V to 24V and control signal voltage 3.3V, On Resistance 10 Ohm maximum.
Part Number: TMUX6104 Dear Colleagues,
I am looking for an analog switch/Mux (4x1) for an induction motor driver EE with these needs:
Analog switch/mux(4x1) able to switch voltages ±15V. In case of more muxes per each IC it would be relevant to command…
Hey Deepak, Thanks for double checking that math! Seems I only added 1 channel per device instead of 4, as it's a 4ch 1:1 and my math was for a 1ch 4:1. Unfortunately this would actually be much higher than anticipated. TMUX111x would also provide too…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX6104 Hello TI,
My system has 3x RS-422 interface and only one D-sub 9 pin connector in there.
So, I need a 3:1 switch. Could you recommend suitable items for me?
The following table helps select th e right multiplexer and switch with Mid Voltage 25V =< VSIGNAL =< 99V in different configurations:
Precision , Protection , Automotive , Extended Temperature
Thank you for reaching out. TI does not currently have a mid-voltage mux in this configuration. At this time, I can make a few suggestions:
The new TMUX7208 (mid-voltage 8:1 mux with latch-up immunity) is now available and supports 4.5 V to 44…