Simplify signal switching with our analog switches & multiplexers
Enhance system capabilities and optimize your BOM
Maintain signal integrity across your system while reducing design complexity with our analog switches and multiplexers (muxes). Satisfy all of your system requirements with our broad range of voltage, configuration, and package options to support precision measurements, power sequencing, and I2C, SPI, JTAG and general-purpose signals.
Isolate I/O signal paths, simplify power sequencing design complexity and protect components using powered-off, overvoltage and undershoot protection.
Minimize offset error and signal distortion in high-accuracy measurement systems using < 1-nA leakage current and < 10-pC charge injection across the entire operating temperature range.
Select from a comprehensive portfolio of low-voltage multiplexer configurations and package options to support an I/O signal range less than or equal to 24 V.
Analog switches & multiplexers by key feature
Build your expertise with TI Precision Labs - Switches & Multiplexers
Check out this comprehensive curriculum of short training videos covering the basics of analog switches and multiplexers. Learn about common switch architectures, specifications, characteristics, and parameters. This series also covers key differentiating features such as powered-off protection and fault protection.
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Precision data aquisition
Measure precise signals with multiplexers featuring <1-nA leakage current and <10-pC charge injection.
GPIO expansion & diagnostics
Expand system capability, diagnostic voltage and sensor monitoring with small package options of 16:1, 8:1 and 4:1 multiplexers.
Route a variety of push-pull and open-drain signals, such as MIPI, SPI, I2S, I2C, JTAG, UART and more, with low capacitance and high-bandwidth switches.
System protection & power sequencing
Protect system components and resolve power sequencing with 4-, 8- and 12-channel switches featuring overvoltage, electrostatic discharge (ESD) and powered-off protection.