TS3A4751RUCR Texas Instruments, Multiplexer Switch IC Quad SPST, 1.6 → 3.6 V, 14-Pin QFN

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Product Details

Analogue Switches, Texas Instruments

Analogue Signal Switches and Multiplexers from Texas Instruments are high performance and suitable for a broad range of applications.

Switches and Multiplexers, Texas Instruments

Signal Switches and Multiplexers enable connector sharing, minimise duplicated circuitry in a design. They also isolate signal path along with simplifying signal routing.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Configuration Quad SPST
Package Type QFN
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Typical Single Supply Voltage 1.6 → 3.6 V
Switch Type Analogue
Pin Count 14
Power Supply Type Single
Input Signal Type Single Ended
Output Signal Type Single Ended
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Number of Channels per Chip 4
Number of Outputs per Element 4
Height 0.35mm
Multiplexer Architecture 1:1
Length 2.05mm
Number of Inputs per Element 4
Dimensions 2.05 x 2.05 x 0.35mm
Width 2.05mm
Discontinued product
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