Analog Devices Fault-Protected Switches & Multiplexers | New Product BriefSeptember 29, 2018 by Mouser Electronics
Analog Devices fault-protected switches and multiplexers use a novel switch architecture and high voltage process to integrate robust fault protection without sacrificing the performance required for precision signal chains.
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Analog Devices Fault-Protected Switches & Multiplexers
Analog Devices fault-protected switches and multiplexers use a novel switch architecture and high voltage process to integrate robust fault protection without sacrificing the performance required for precision signal chains. The ADG5200F and ADG5400F series provide ±55V overvoltage protection and 5.5kV HBM ESD protection, reducing the number of discrete protection components and simplifying layout.
The ICs also provide fault detection and a digital output indicator for fault conditions, eliminating complex software fault detection routines. Analog Devices’ fault protected switches and multiplexers also have low, flat RON for use in low-impedance systems, and low leakage current for use in high-impedance systems, even under fault conditions.
- Based on novel architecture and proprietary high-voltage process
- ±55V overvoltage protection
- 5.5kV HBM ESD protection
- Intelligent fault flags for system fault diagnostics
- Industry-leading RON flatness for precision measurements
- Industry-leading fault leakage current
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