Thank you for your reply and much appreciated!
I just wanted to reiterate that TI actually has a competitive solution to the ADG5412BF in the form of the TMUX7412F!
Here is a comparison table to better help you understand.
TMUX7412F vs ADG5412BF…
I looked at the ADI device and it seems we have a TI cross for it. The TMUX7412F: https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tmux7412f.pdf?ts=1698259813561&ref_url=https%253A%252F%252Fwww.ti.com%252Fproduct%252FTMUX7412F
It is a fault protection…
For this application please use the TMUX7412F which will have the overvoltage protection. It can be powered to +-15v supply and protect against +-45v on s pin
Please let me know if you have any further questions!
IO-Link transceivers like the TIOL111 implement one high-voltage I/O, but do not support TTL levels on the external interface.
There are switches that protect against up to ±60 V (more requires a TVS). TMUX7462F is a plain protection device; TMUX7412F…
Yes we do, I recommend the TMUX7412F since it is designed for applications such as yours and has the required Over Voltage Protection feature:
For more information about the device: https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tmux7412f.pdf?ts=1658499912634&ref_url…
Yes, I OZ describes the leakage current into the disabled output.
In general, the leakage current becomes noticeable above 50 °C. (See, for example, figure 7-13 in the TMUX7412F datasheet.)
AUP devices (e.g., SN74AUP1G125) have lower leakage current…
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The customer has an inquiry about overvoltage/reverse polarity voltage protection device.
The required specifications are as follows.
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