DG405DJ-E3 Vishay, Analogue Switch Dual DPST, 15 V, 18 V, 24 V, 28 V, 16-Pin PDIP

  • RS Stock No. 169-6051
  • Mfr. Part No. DG405DJ-E3
  • Manufacturer Vishay
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Product Details

Analogue Switches (Dual), Vishay Semiconductor

Vishay Semiconductor's analogue switches and multiplexers are high performance and suitable for a broad range of applications.

Switches and Multiplexers, Vishay Semiconductor

Specifications
Attribute Value
Configuration Dual DPST
Package Type PDIP
Mounting Type Through Hole
Typical Single Supply Voltage 15 V, 18 V, 24 V, 28 V
Switch Type Analogue
Pin Count 16
Power Supply Type Dual, Single
Input Signal Type Differential
Output Signal Type Single Ended
Typical Dual Supply Voltage ±12 V, ±15 V, ±18 V, ±9 V
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Number of Channels per Chip 2
Height 4.45mm
Length 19.43mm
Dimensions 19.43 x 7.87 x 4.45mm
Width 7.87mm
Maximum Power Dissipation 450 mW
250 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each (In a Tube of 25)
HK$ 33.80
(exc. GST)
units
Per unit
Per Tube*
25 +
HK$33.80
HK$845.00
*price indicative
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