Rochester Electronics has recently completed final assembly and test of our first production run of 5041/BEA (M38510/10502BEA) as a continuing source for Intersil’s discontinued HI1-5041-8. This fully qualified military device (QML) is a dual SPST analog switch and comes in a 16 lead ceramic DIP package. (To view Rochester’s QMLcertification, click here.)
- +-15V Wide Analog Signal Range
- Low “ON” Resistance 25Ω (Typical)
- High Current Capability 80mA (Typical)
- Break-Before-Make Switching
- No Latch-Up
- Input MOS Gates are Protected from ESD
- DTL, TTL, CMOS, PMOS Compatible
- High Frequency Switching
- Sample and Hold
- Digital Filters
- Operational Amplifier Gain Switching
Originally offered by Harris Semiconductor and then later by Intersil before being discontinued, the 5041 is a CMOS analog switch that offers low resistance switching performance for analog voltages up to the supply rails and for signal currents up to 80mA. “ON” resistance is low and stays reasonable constant over the full range of operating signal voltage and current. The 5041 provides break-before-make switching and is TTL and CMOS compatible for maximum application versatility. Performance is further enhanced by Dielectric Isolation processing which insures latch-free operation with very low input and output leakage currents.
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