ADG453BRUZ Datasheet

Analog Switch ICs


The ADG451/ADG452/ ADG453BRUZ are monolithic CMOS devices comprising four independently selectable switches. They are designed on an enhanced LC2MOS process that provides low power dissipation yet gives high switching speed and low on resistance. ADG453BRUZ Features • Low on resistance (4 Ω)• On resistance flatness (0.2 Ω)• 44 V supply maximum ratings• ±15 V analog signal range• Fully specified at ±5 V, 12 V, ±15 V• Ultralow power dissipation (18 μW)• ESD 2 kV• Continuous current (100 mA)• Fast switching times tON 70 ns tOFF 60 ns• TTL-/CMOS-compatible ADG453BRUZ Applications • Relay replacement• Audio and video switching• Automatic test equipment• Precision data acquisition• Battery-powered systems• Sample-and-hold systems• Communication systems• PBX, PABX systems• Avionics


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