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alternative to 4066 switch

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4066 switch

I am looking for a similar quad switch like the 74HC4066 to switch between voltages of 0V, 5V, and 12V, and possibly 15V.

The 74HC4066 only allows up to 12V. Is there an alternative that I can use?
 

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analog devices adg201 or adg202 are rated to +-15v
and even adg333 is rated to 44v
may be this is what you need !

also maxim max333 semms the same as adg333...
 

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The CD4066 (74HC4066) is rated for voltages up to 18V dc, the recommended maximum Vdd voltage is 15V dc, and the input range is from -0.5V to 0.5+Vdd ..

If supplied of 15Vdc it should comfortably handle input/output signals of these levels ..

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thanks guys, I was thinking of trying the CD 4066.
 

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