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Analog switch minimum Vdd = 5V?

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Hi,

As you already wrote: page 5 says single supply minimum voltage is 5V.

What do you mean by digital input down to 2V?
I see 2V is specified as Vinh. Is this what you mean?
--> 2V is the standard TTL Vih_min level

Klaus
 
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Hi,

it runs with digital inputs down to 2V

this comes with the 3 V logic-compatible inputs, which are not a function of the used supply voltage. So you are able to control the switch with a MCU supplied by e.g. 3.3 V while the switch itself is powered by 5 V or even 15 V.

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