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The Intersil ISL8394 device is a precision, quad SPDT analog switches designed to operate from a single +2V to +12V supply or from a ±2V to ±6V supply. Targeted applications include battery powered equipment that benefit from the devices' low power consumption (5µW), low leakage currents (2. 5nA max), and fast switching speeds (tON = 50ns, tOFF = 30ns). A 4Ω maximum RON flatness ensures signal fidelity, while channel to channel mismatch is guaranteed to be less than 2Ω. The ISL8394 is a quad single-pole/double-throw (SPDT) device and can be used as a quad SPDT, a quad 2:1 multiplexer, a single 4:1 multiplexer, or a dual 2-channel differential multiplexer.

Features

  • Drop-in Replacement for MAX394
  • Four Separately Controlled SPDT Switches
  • ON Resistance (RON) 17Ω (Typ) 35Ω (Max)
  • RON Matching Between Channels <1Ω
  • Low Charge Injection 10pC (Max)
  • Low Power Consumption (PD) <5µW
  • Low Leakage Current (Max at 85°C) 2.5nA
  • Fast Switching Action
  • tON 50ns
  • tOFF 30ns
  • Guaranteed Break-Before-Make
  • Minimum 2000V ESD Protection per Method 3015.7
  • TTL, CMOS Compatible
  • Pb-free available

Applications

  • Battery Powered, Handheld, and Portable Equipment Barcode Scanners Laptops, Notebooks, Palmtops
  • Communications Systems Radios Base Stations RF "Tee" Switches
  • Test Equipment Ultrasound CAT/PET SCAN Electrocardiograph
  • Audio and Video Switching
  • General Purpose Circuits +3V/+5V DACs and ADCs Digital Filters Operational Amplifier Gain Switching Networks High Frequency Analog Switching High Speed Multiplexing

Product Options

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Documentation & Downloads

Title Other Languages Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
ISL8394 Datasheet Datasheet PDF 673 KB
Application Notes & White Papers
AN1442: Powering AMD Uni-Plane and Split-Plane Processors with the ISL6323 Application Note PDF 1.93 MB
AN535: Design Considerations for a Data Acquisition System (DAS) Application Note PDF 843 KB