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Datasheet Intersil DG413DY

ManufacturerIntersil
SeriesDG413
Part NumberDG413DY

Monolithic Quad SPST, CMOS Analog Switches

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    DG411, DG412, DG413 FN3282
    Rev 13.00
    June 20, 2007 Monolithic Quad SPST, CMOS Analog Switches
    The DG411 series monolithic CMOS analog switches are
    drop-in replacements for the popular DG211 and DG212
    series devices. They include four independent single pole
    throw (SPST) analog switches, and TTL and CMOS
    compatible digital inputs.
    These switches feature lower analog ON-resistance (<35пЃ—)
    and faster switch time (tON<175ns) compared to the DG211
    or DG212. Charge injection has been reduced, simplifying
    sample and hold applications.
    The improvements in the DG411 series are made possible
    by using a high voltage silicon-gate process. An epitaxial
    layer prevents the latch-up associated with older CMOS
    technologies. The 44V maximum voltage range permits
    controlling 40VP-P signals. Power supplies may be
    single-ended from +5V to 44V, or split from В±5V to В±20V.
    The four switches are bilateral, equally matched for AC or
    bidirectional signals. The ON-resistance variation with analog
    signals is quite low over a В±15V analog input range. The
    switches in the DG411 and DG412 are identical, differing only ...

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Packaging

Package16 Ld SOIC

Parametrics

Number of Channels4
Chg Inj5 pC
ConfigurationMIX
DescriptionSPST x 4, Comp
Drain Cap35 pF
IS0.0001 μA
Leakage0.1 nA
Number of Channels4
Operating Temperature Range-40 to 85
Peak Temp240°C
Qualification LevelStandard
Source Cap9 pF
Switch or MUXSwitch
TOFF100 ns
TON110 ns
Type of SwitchSPST
VCC (Dual) (max)В±20 V
VCC (Dual) (min)В±5 V
VCC (Single) (max)34 V
VCC (Single) (min)5 V
rDS(ON)25 О©

Other Options

DG411 DG412

Moldel Line

Series: DG413 (8)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Switches, MUX & Crosspoints > High Voltage > Switches/MUXs/Crosspoints

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