Part Number: TMUX7308F Hello guys,
One of my customers is considering using TMUX7308F for their new products.
They want to know the device RTM date. Could you please give me the RTM date?
Part Number: TMUX7308F Hello,
My customer has a question for TMUX7308F.
The datasheet specifies “input leakage current under overvoltage” as 120uA (VS=+-60V, GND=VDD=VSS=0V).
When VS is about 5V, is the leakage current same level?
Part Number: TMUX7219-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX7308F Dear TI experts,
My customer considers TMUX7219-Q1 for their nest product.
I saw the document below in TI.com ;
Is it okay to cover IEC60364…
Part Number: MUX36S08 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TMUX7308F
We are using MUX36S08IPW muxer for our 4-20mA Sensor.
We have 2 ICs failed with various condition.
The resistance across the Pin 8 and GND was showing 1.8k.
Our 8:1 switches with both powered off protection and 1.8V logic support might be a bit more than what you're looking for. Our offerings that contain both these features in that configuration will be our TMUX7348F and TMUX7308F. Even for…
The MPC508 has a 0.5us enable time, but in the typical performance curve, you can see that the settling time can be much higher, up to 100us, depending on the source/load impedance. This is because the MPC508 has a very large on-resistance, 1500 Ohms.
This is a very swift and accurate response, thank you very much but I have doubt if I can use the one with powered off protection TMUX7308F because it seems to have a really high on resistance. I will use this mux to multiplex canbus. Do…
This indeed sounds like a latch-up. The device gets hot because the power supply gets shorted inside the device. See the Latch-Up White Paper .
A latch-up can happen only if you violate the absolute maximum ratings. The series resistor helps because it…