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NX3L2467PW - 

Analogue Switch, 4 Channels, 4.1 ohm, 16 Pins

NXP NX3L2467PW

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
NX3L2467PW
Order Code:
2164830

Product Overview

The NX3L2467PW is a dual low-ohmic double-pole double-throw (DPDT) Analogue Switch for use as an analogue or digital multiplexer/demultiplexer. It consists of four switches, each with two independent input/outputs (nY0 and nY1) and a common input/output (nZ). The two digital inputs (1S and 2S) are used to select the switch position. 1S is used in selecting the independent inputs/outputs switched to 1Z and 2Z and 2S is used in selecting the independent inputs/outputs switched to 3Z and 4Z. Schmitt trigger action at the digital inputs makes the circuit tolerant to slower input rise and fall times. Low threshold digital inputs allows this device to be driven by 1.8V logic levels in 3.3V applications without significant increase in supply current ICC. This makes it possible for this to switch 4.3V signals with a 1.8V digital controller, eliminating the need for logic level translation.
  • Break-before-make switching
  • High noise immunity
  • CMOS low power consumption
  • Latch-up performance exceeds 100mA per JESD78 Class II Level A
  • Control input accepts voltages above supply voltage
  • High current handling capability

Applications

Portable Devices, Consumer Electronics

Product Information

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4Channels
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4.1ohm
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16Pins
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Each
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MSL 1 - Unlimited
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