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Old 30th March 2006, 02:47 PM   #1
stef1777 is offline stef1777  France
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Do you know the chip: Analog SSM2404S

Do you know if we can use it at +-5.0v only?

http://www.analog.com/en/prod/0%2C28...2404%2C00.html
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The spec specify 5.5v to 13v but... I've a dream. ;-)

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Old 12th April 2006, 08:26 PM   #2
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I'm using this for my preamp project, and the answer to your question is NO. I did some quick tests, and only one out of ten switch did work some times at 5V
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I'm using this for my preamp project, and the answer to your question is NO. I did some quick tests, and only one out of ten switch did work some times at 5V
Thanks for your answer Jan.

It was to be sure. I love AD for that. Very nice when 5v and 15v are standard in most existing design.

I plan to use a small PSU with LM7xL12 chips but as this is to replace an CD4053 inside an existing circuit, I'm not happy to add all these components...

Another solution will be to use +15v and negative to ground but I'm not sure that solution will be good.

Do you know if positive and negative pins need to be decoupled with a small caps? The datasheet is realy "basic".

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