ADG734BRUZ-REEL

ADG734BRUZ-REEL

Part Number: ADG734BRUZ-REEL

Manufacturer: Analog Devices Inc

Description: IC SWITCH QUAD SPDT 20TSSOP

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ADG734BRUZ-REEL General Description

The ADG733 and ADG734 are low-voltage CMOS devices with either three or four configurable SPDT (single pole, double throw) switches. The ADG733 and ADG734 are well-suited for battery-operated, handheld equipment because of their low power consumption and wide operating supply range (1.8 V to 5.5 V and dual 2.5 V). When switching channels, no temporary shorting occurs because of the break-before-make switching action present in all channels. The ADG733 can be turned on and off through its EN input.

When turned off, all channels will be muted. Low power dissipation, high switching speed, low resistance, wide signal bandwidths, and negligible leakage currents are all features of these 2-1 multiplexers/SPDT switches, which were developed using an improved submicron manufacturing method. The on-resistance is only a few ohms, is highly consistent across switches, and is relatively flat over the entire signal range. These components are bidirectionally functional and accept input signals up to their power supplies. The ADG733 comes in both TSSOP and QSOP packages, unlike the ADG734, which is only available in TSSOP.

ADG734BRUZ-REEL Features

  • Single Supply, 1.8 to 5.5 volts.
  • Dual Supply at 2.5 V.
  • On Resistance, 2.5
  • On Resistance, Flatness is 0.5.
  • Leakage Currents of 100 pA.
  • Switching Times of 19 ns.
  • SPDT triple: ADG733.
  • SPDT quad: ADG734.
  • TSSOP and QSOP small package sizes.
  • Power usage is minimal.
  • Compatible TTL/CMOS Inputs.

ADG734BRUZ-REEL Applications

  • Data Acquisition Systems
  • Communication Systems
  • Relay Replacement
  • Audio and Video Switching
  • Battery Powered Systems

Product Technical Specifications

Automotive No
PPAP No
Type Analog Switch
Configuration Quad SPDT
Architecture of Switches SPDT
The total amount of channels on each chip 4
The total number of inputs on each chip 4
The total number of outputs for each chip 8
Signals for Activating Chips Yes
Polarity Non-Inverting
Maximum Turn-On Time (ns) 28(Typ)@3V
The maximum amount of time before the device shuts off (ns) 10(Typ)@±2.5V
Maximum Frequency (25°C) @ Vcc (MHz) 160(Typ)@5V|200(Typ)@±2.5V
Types of Input Signals Single
Types of Output Signals Single
Minimum Single Supply Voltage (V) 1.8
The voltage that is Typical for a Single Supply (V) 3|5
The highest possible voltage from a single supply (V) 5.5
Minimum Dual Supply Voltage (V) ±2.25
Standard Voltage for Dual Supplies (V) ±2.5
Maximum Voltage from Both Supplies (V) ±2.75
Standard Alternating Supply Current (mA) 0.000001@5.5V
The highest possible supply current (mA) 0.001@5.5V@-40C to 85C
Current at the Highest Possible Level of Output (mA) 30
Maximum On Resistance (Ohm) 11@3V
Maximum On Resistance Range (Ohm) 10 to 25
The Type of Power Supply Single|Dual
Operating Minimum Temperature (°C). -40
(°C) Maximum Operating Temperature. 85
Supplier Grade Temperature. Industrial
Packaging. Tape and Reel
Mounting. Surface Mount
Product Height. 1.05(Max)
packaging width 4.4
Size of the package. 6.5
Modified PCB. 20
Common Package Name SOP
Provider’s package. TSSOP
Pin Number. 20
Lead Form. Gull-wing

What is SPDT Switch?

A switch is referred to as SPDT if it has a single input and two separate outputs of varying types. The phrase Single Pole Double Throw Switch refers to a switch that can control two different circuits by using a single input identical to the other circuits. This switch’s operation can be carried out manually or included via the electromagnetic coil. Both methods are possible.

The output terminal relays found on the ACS 550 or 800 VFD are the most effective illustration of a Single Pole Double Throw Switch. The configuration of the relay switch can be set up in this situation to have one input and two distinct outputs.

Different kinds of SPDT switches

A single pole double throw switch can be classified as either a BBM type switch, which is an abbreviation that stands for “Break Before Make,” or an MBB type switch, which is an abbreviation that stands for “Make Before Break.”

Switch of the BBM Type

The ordinarily closed throw circuit, as opposed to the generally open throw circuit, is where the pole of a BBM SPDT switch is by default connected. This is because the pole is designed to be detached from the ordinarily open-throw circuit. When the BBM switch is activated, it will detach itself from the NC circuit and then connect with the open circuit that is typically used. This will happen as soon as the switch is switched on.

Switch of the MBB Type

By default, the ordinarily open throw circuit of an MBB SPDT switch will not be linked to the pole of the switch, and the ordinarily closed throw circuit will be connected to the pole of the switch. When the MBB switch is turned on, it will first connect to the normally open circuit, and then it will disconnect from the normally closed circuit. This sequence of events will occur when the switch is turned on.

What are applications suitable for an SPDT solid-state relay for solar battery chargers?

To manage the many pieces of solar cell charging equipment used in solar power charger systems (such as portable solar chargers), solid-state SPDT relays are often the devices of choice. Because the operating condition of the solar cells—both their charging state and their power state—is swapped considerably more frequently, SPDT mechanical relays cannot achieve this requirement, whereas SPDT solid-state relays can.

● Soft Starter System

The switching frequency between its soft start state and its stop state is very high when the electronic and electrical systems (and their subsystems) usually function. As a result, the SPDT make-before-break switch must be installed to protect against overvoltage during switching.

● Radio Transmitter

The remote-control device needs to modify the transmitted signal to operate numerous objects. Similarly, if the communication tower wants to swap the signal’s recipient, it must change the transmission signal. SPDT solid-state relays can meet these requirements in most circumstances. This equipment has stringent operating frequency and precision requirements, and these relays can fulfill them.

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