10Ω, Quad, SPST, +3V Logic-Compatible Analog Switches

10Ω, Quad SPST Switches Offer +3V Logic-Compatibility and Immunity from Latch-up Relating to Power Supply Sequencing

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Maxim's MAX312L/MAX313L/MAX314L analog switches feature low on-resistance (10Ω max) and 1.5Ω on-resistance matching between channels. These switches are +3V logic compatible when powered from ±15V or +12V supplies. The switches conduct equally well in either direction, and offer low leakage over temperature (2.5nA at +85°C).

The MAX312L/MAX313L/MAX314L are quad, single-pole/single-throw (SPST) analog switches. The MAX312L is normally closed (NC), and the MAX313L is normally open (NO). The MAX314L has two NC switches and two NO switches. All three devices operate from a single +4.5V to +36V supply or from dual ±4.5V to ±20V, and are available in 16-pin TSSOP, SO, and DIP packages.
MAX312L, MAX313L, MAX314L: Pin Configuration MAX312L, MAX313L, MAX314L: Pin Configuration Enlarge+

Key Features

  • +3V Logic-Compatible Digital Inputs
    • VIH= 2.0V
    • VIL = 0.8V
  • Pin Compatible with MAX312/MAX313/MAX314 and DG411/DG412/DG413
  • Low On-Resistance (10Ω max)
  • Guaranteed RON Match Between Channels (1.5Ω max)
  • Guaranteed RON Flatness over Specified Signal Range (2Ω max)
  • Crosstalk > 96dB at 20kHz
  • Single-Supply Operation: +4.5V to +36V Dual-Supply Operation: ±4.5V to ±20V
  • Rail-to-Rail Signal Handling


  • Audio-Signal Routing
  • Avionics
  • Communication Systems
  • Data Acquisition
  • PBX/PABX Systems
  • Sample-and-Hold Circuits
  • Test Equipment
  • XDSL Modems
Product Reliability Reports: MAX313L.pdf 
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Note : The failure rates are summarized by technology and mapped to the associated material part numbers. The failure rates are highly dependent on the number of units tested.

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