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Multiplexer IC for analog inputs

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  1. faizalrafi

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    I want a 4*1 MUX IC that can handle low voltage (mV) analog sensor Inputs (+ and - values). Any suggestion
     
  2. Harald Kapp

    Harald Kapp Moderator Moderator

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    Which supply voltage? Which signal voltage? Which signal frequencies? Look e.g. here.
    Analog Devices, Maxim, Texas Instruments and others have suitable offers.
     
  3. faizalrafi

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    Supply voltage would be 5v. SIgnal voltage is in the range of mV.
     
  4. Harald Kapp

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  5. faizalrafi

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    Yes, I think ADG604 is a good choice. Thanks
     
  6. faizalrafi

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    I think I cannot use the above one. I need an analog mux with the following specifications. 3 to 5V dual supply, Ron <15, 4*1 single channel. Can anybody please help?
     
  7. Miguel Lopez

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    Use an OpAmp as adder and ground the undesired inputs with a digital mux
     
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  8. AnalogKid

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    ADG1504
    ADG5404

    ak
     
  9. Alec_t

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    As asked previously, what signal frequency?
     
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