DG467, DG468 Datasheet

DG467, DG468
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Low Power, High Voltage SPST Analog Switches
DESCRIPTION
FEATURES
The DG467 and DG468 are dual supply single-pole/singlethrow (SPST) switches. On resistance is 10  max. and
flatness is 2  max. over the specified analog signal range.
These analog switches were designed to provide high
speed, low error switching of precision analog signals. The
primary application areas are in the routing and switching in
telecommunications and test equipment. Combining low
power, low leakages, low on-resistance and small physical
size, the DG467/468 are also ideally suited for portable and
battery powered industrial and military equipment.
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BENEFITS
The DG467 has one normally closed switch, while the
DG468 switch is normally open. They operate either from a
single + 7 V to 36 V supply or from dual ± 4.5 V to ± 20 V
supplies. They are offered in the very popular, small TSOP6
package.
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± 15 V Analog Signal Range
On-Resistance - RDS(on): 10  max.
Fast Switching Action - TON: 100 ns
VL Logic Supply Not Required
TTL CMOS Input Compatible
Rail To Rail Signal Handling
Dual Or Single Supply Operation
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Wide Dynamic Range
Low Signal Errors and Distortion
Break-Befor-Make Switching Action
Simple Interfacing
Reduced Board Space
Improved Reliability
APPLICATIONS
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Precision Test Equipment
Precision Instrumentaion
Communications Systems
PBX, PABX Systems
Audio Equipment
Redundant Systems
PC Multimedia Boards
Hard Disc Drivers
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM AND PIN CONFIGURATION
DG467
TRUTH TABLE
NC
1
6
COM
V-
2
5
V+
IN
3
4
GND
Logic
0
1
DG467
ON
OFF
DG468
OFF
ON
Logic "0" 0.8 V
Logic "1" 2.4 V
Device Marking:
DG467DV = G7xxx
DG468DV = G8xxx
TSOP6
DG468
NO
1
6
COM
V-
2
5
V+
IN
3
4
GND
TSOP6
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ORDERING INFORMATION
Temp Range
DG467/DG468
Package
- 40 °C to 85 °C
6-Pin TSOP
Part Number
DG467DV-T1-E3
DG468DV-T1-E3
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (TA = 25 °C, unless otherwise noted)
Parameter Referenced To V-
Symbol
V+
Unit
44
25
(V-) - 2 to (V+) + 2
or 30 mA, whichever occurs first
30
GND
Digital Inputsa, VNO/NC, VCOM
Current, (Any Terminal) Continuous
Current (NO or NC or COM) Pulsed at 1 ms, 10 % duty cycle
Storage Temperature
(Package)b
Limit
100
- 65 to 150
TSOPc
570
V
mA
°C
mW
Power Dissipation
6-Pin
Notes:
a. Signals on NO, NC, COM, or IN exceeding V+ or V- will be clamped by internal diodes. Limit forward diode current to maximum current ratings.
b. All leads welded or soldered to PC Board.
c. Derate 7 mW/°C above 70 °C.
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SPECIFICATIONSa (V ± = ± 15 V)
Test Conditions
Unless Otherwise Specified
V+ = 15 V, V- = - 15 V
Parameter
D Suffix
- 40 °C to 85 °C
VIN = 2.4 V, 0.8 Vf
Temp.b
Min.d
Full
- 15
INO/NC = 10 mA, VCOM = 10 V
V+ = 13.5 V, V- = - 13.5 V
INO/NC = 10 mA, VCOM = ± 5 V, 0 V
V+ = 13.5 V, V- = - 13.5 V
Room
Full
7
9
10
Room
Full
0.7
1
2
INO/NC(off)
V+ = 16.5, V- = - 16.5 V
VCOM = ± 15.5 V
VNO/NC = -/+ 15.5 V
-1
- 10
-1
- 10
- 0.1
ICOM(off)
Room
Full
Room
Full
1
10
1
10
ICOM(on)
V+ = 16.5 V, V- = - 16.5
VCOM = VNO/NC = ± 15.5 V
Room
Full
-1
- 10
2.4
Symbol
Typ.c
Max.d
Unit
15
V
Analog Switch
Analog Signal Rangeeron
Drain-Source
On-Resistance
VANALOG
RON
On-Resistance Flatness
RON
Flatness
Switch Off Leakage Current
Channel On Leakage Current
- 0.1
- 0.1

nA
1
10
Digital Control
Input, High Voltage
VINH
Full
Input, Low Voltage
VINL
Full
Input Capacitancee
Input Current
CIN
IIN
0.8
Room
VIN = 0 or 5 V
5
-1
V
pF
1
µA
140
160
80
100
ns
Dynamic Characteristics
Turn-On Time
tON
Turn-Off Time
tOFF
VNO/NC = ± 10 V
Room
Full
Room
Full
Q
CL = 1 nF, Vgen = 0 V, Rgen = 0 
Room
21
pC
OIRR
CL= 5 pF, RL = 50 , f = 1 MHz
Room
- 61
dB
Room
30
Charge Injectione
Off-Isolatione
Source Off Capacitance
e
CS(off)
Drain Off Capacitancee
CD(off)
Channel On Capacitancee
CD(on)
RL = 300 , CL = 35 pF
f = 1 MHz
100
50
Room
15
f = 1 MHz
Room
76
Room
Full
Room
Full
5
V+ = 16.5 V, V- = - 16.5 V
VIN = 0 or 5 V
pF
Power Supplies
Positive Supply Current
I+
Negative Supply Current
I-
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-1
- 10
- 0.02
15
20
µA
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SPECIFICATIONSa (V+ = 12 V)
Test Conditions
Unless Otherwise Specified
V+ = 12 V, V- = 0 V
Parameter
Symbol
VIN = 2.4 V, 0.8 Vf
D Suffix
- 40 °C to 85 °C
Temp.b
Min.d
Full
0
Typ.c
Max.d
Unit
12
V
Analog Switch
Analog Signal Rangee
Drain-Source On-Resistance
On-Resistance Flatness
VANALOG
RON
INO/NC = –10 mA, VCOM = 8 V
V+ = 10.8 V
Room
Full
12
16
20

RON
Flatness
INO/NC = 10 mA, VCOM = 2, 6, 8 V
V+ = 10.8 V
Room
Full
1.5
3
4

130
VNO, NC = ± 10 V, RL = 300 , CL = 35 pF
Room
Full
Room
Full
160
200
80
100
nS
Q
CL = 1 nF, Vgen = 0 V, Rgen = 0 
Room
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I+
V+ = 13.2 V, VIN = 0 V, 5 V
Room
Full
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Dynamic Characteristics
Turn-On Time
tON
Turn-Off Time
tOFF
Charge Injectione
50
pC
Power Supplies
Positive Supply Current
7
10
µA
Notes:
a. Refer to PROCESS OPTION FLOWCHART.
b. Room = 25 °C, Full = as determined by the operating temperature suffix.
c. Typical values are for DESIGN AID ONLY, not guaranteed nor subject to production testing.
d. The algebraic convention whereby the most negative value is a minimum and the most positive a maximum, is used in this data sheet.
e. Guaranteed by design, not subject to production test.
f. VIN = input voltage to perform proper function.
Stresses beyond those listed under “Absolute Maximum Ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation
of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in the operational sections of the specifications is not implied. Exposure to absolute maximum
rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25 °C, unless otherwise noted)
16
20
16
12
R ON - On-Resistance (Ω)
R ON - On-Resistance (Ω)
INO/NC = 10 mA
V+ = 12 V
INO/NC = 10 mA
V+ = 9 V
8
V+ = 12 V
V+ = 24 V
V+ = 36 V
4
85 °C
12
25 °C
8
4
0
0
0
6
12
18
24
VCOM - Analog Voltage (V)
30
36
0
RON vs. VCOM and Single Supply Voltage
V=± 8V
V = ± 15 V
R ON - On-Resistance (Ω)
8
V = ± 15 V
8
4
6
VCOM - Analog Voltage (V)
10
12
10
INO/NC = 10 mA
V = ± 12 V
2
RON vs. Analog Voltage and Temperature
10
R ON - On-Resistance (Ω)
- 40 °C
V = ± 10 V
6
4
V = ± 20 V
2
INO/NC = 10 mA
8
85 °C
6
25 °C
4
- 40 °C
2
0
- 20
- 15
- 10
5
10
-5
0
VCOM - Analog Voltage (V)
15
0
- 15
20
- 10
-5
0
5
10
15
VCOM - Analog Voltage (V)
RON vs. VCOM and Dual Supply Voltage
600
RON vs. Analog Voltage and Temperature
10 000
V = ± 16.5 V
V = ± 16.5 V
200
I COM(ON)
I COM(OFF)
0
I NO/NC(OFF)
- 200
Leakage Current (pA)
Leakage Current (pA)
400
1000
I COM(ON)
I NO/NC(OFF)
100
10
I COM(OFF)
- 400
- 600
- 16.5 - 13.5 - 10.5 - 7.5 - 4.5 - 1.5 1.5
4.5
7.5
10.5 13.5 16.5
VCOM, VNO , VNC - Analog Voltage (V)
Leakage vs. Analog Voltage
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- 40
- 20
0
20
40
Temperature (°C)
60
80
Leakage Current vs. Temperature
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25 °C, unless otherwise noted)
1 mA
10 µA
1 µA
V = ± 15 V
I+, I GND
100 nA
100 µA
Isupply
I supply
10 nA
1 nA
V=±8V
V = ± 20 V
10 µA
I100 pA
10 pA
- 15
10
35
Temperature (°C)
60
0
85
V = ± 15 V
V = ± 12 V
1 µA
1 pA
- 40
5
10
15
20
Vin (V)
Supply Current vs. Temperature
Supply Current vs. VIN
350
160
300
140
V + = 12 V
t ON , t OFF (ns)
t ON , t OFF (ns)
t ON
120
250
200
t ON
150
100
80
60
t OFF
100
40
t OFF
50
20
0
±4
± 12
±8
0
- 40
± 20
± 16
- 15
Supply Voltage (V)
Switching Time vs. Supply Voltages
60
85
Switching Time vs. Temperature
0
140
120
10
35
Temperature (°C)
Loss
t ON
V = ± 15 V
- 10
- 20
Loss, OIRR (dB)
t ON , t OFF (ns)
100
80
60
t OFF
40
- 30
- 40
OIRR
- 50
- 60
20
- 70
0
- 40
- 15
10
35
60
Temperature (°C)
Switching Time vs. Temperature
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85
- 80
100K
1M
10M
100M
1G
Frequency (Hz)
Off Isolation and Insertion Loss vs. Frequency
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TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS (TA = 25 °C, unless otherwise noted)
15
2.4
10
Q - Charge Injection (pC)
Vth - Threshold Voltage (V)
± 15 V Power supply
CL = 1 nF
5
0
-5
12 V Power supply
CL = 1 nF
- 10
- 15
- 20
- 25
2.0
1.6
1.2
- 30
- 35
0.8
- 40
- 15
- 10
-5
0
5
10
15
5
15
10
VCOM (V)
25
20
30
V+ - Supply Voltage (V)
Charge Injection vs. Analog Voltage
Input Switching Threshold vs. Supply Voltage
TEST CIRCUITS
VO is the steady state output with the switch on.
+ 15 V
3V
Logic
Input
tr < 20 ns
tf < 20 ns
50 %
V+
NO/NC
10 V
0V
COM
VO
IN
RL
300
V-
GND
CL
35 pF
- 15 V
CL (includes fixture and stray capacitance)
VO = V S
tOFF
Switch
Input
VS
Switch
Output
0V
Note:
RL
VO
90 %
tON
Logic input waveform is inverted for switches that have the
opposite logic sense.
RL + rON
Figure 1. Switching Time
ΔVO
+ 15 V
Rg
V gen
COM
VO
IN
CL
1 nF
3V
GND
VO
V+
NO/NC
INX
OFF
V-
ON
Q=
OFF
VO x CL
- 15 V
Figure 2. Charge Injection
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TEST CIRCUITS
VO is the steady state output with the switch on.
+ 15 V
+ 15 V
C
C
V+
NO/NC
VS
COM
V+
COM
VO
Rg = 50
Rg = 50
0V, 2.4 V
NO/NC
VS
VO
RL
IN
GND
V-
RL
IN
0 V, 2.4 V
GND
C
V-
C
- 15 V
- 15 V
Figure 4. Insertion Loss
VO
Off Isolation = 20 log
VS
Figure 3. Off Isolation
+ 15 V
C
V+
NO/NC
Meter
0 V, 2.4 V
IN
HP4192A
Impedance
Analyzer
or Equivalent
COM
GND
V-
f = 1 MHz
C
- 15 V
Figure 5. Source/Drain Capacitances
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Package Information
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TSOP: 5/6−LEAD
JEDEC Part Number: MO-193C
e1
e1
5
4
6
E1
1
2
5
4
E
E1
1
3
2
3
-B-
e
b
E
-B-
e
0.15 M C B A
5-LEAD TSOP
b
0.15 M C B A
6-LEAD TSOP
4x 1
-A-
D
0.17 Ref
c
R
R
A2 A
L2
Gauge Plane
Seating Plane
Seating Plane
0.08
C
L
A1
-C-
(L1)
4x 1
MILLIMETERS
Dim
A
A1
A2
b
c
D
E
E1
e
e1
L
L1
L2
R
Min
Nom
Max
Min
Nom
Max
0.91
-
1.10
0.036
-
0.043
0.01
-
0.10
0.0004
-
0.004
0.90
-
1.00
0.035
0.038
0.039
0.30
0.32
0.45
0.012
0.013
0.018
0.10
0.15
0.20
0.004
0.006
0.008
2.95
3.05
3.10
0.116
0.120
0.122
2.70
2.85
2.98
0.106
0.112
0.117
1.55
1.65
1.70
0.061
0.065
0.067
0.95 BSC
0.0374 BSC
1.80
1.90
2.00
0.071
0.075
0.079
0.32
-
0.50
0.012
-
0.020
0.60 Ref
0.024 Ref
0.25 BSC
0.010 BSC
0.10
-
-
0.004
-
-
0
4
8
0
4
8
7 Nom
1
ECN: C-06593-Rev. I, 18-Dec-06
DWG: 5540
Document Number: 71200
18-Dec-06
INCHES
7 Nom
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Mounting LITTLE FOOTR TSOP-6 Power MOSFETs
Surface mounted power MOSFET packaging has been based on
integrated circuit and small signal packages. Those packages
have been modified to provide the improvements in heat transfer
required by power MOSFETs. Leadframe materials and design,
molding compounds, and die attach materials have been
changed. What has remained the same is the footprint of the
packages.
The basis of the pad design for surface mounted power MOSFET
is the basic footprint for the package. For the TSOP-6 package
outline drawing see http://www.vishay.com/doc?71200 and see
http://www.vishay.com/doc?72610 for the minimum pad footprint.
In converting the footprint to the pad set for a power MOSFET, you
must remember that not only do you want to make electrical
connection to the package, but you must made thermal connection
and provide a means to draw heat from the package, and move it
away from the package.
In the case of the TSOP-6 package, the electrical connections are
very simple. Pins 1, 2, 5, and 6 are the drain of the MOSFET and
are connected together. For a small signal device or integrated
circuit, typical connections would be made with traces that are
0.020 inches wide. Since the drain pins serve the additional
function of providing the thermal connection to the package, this
level of connection is inadequate. The total cross section of the
copper may be adequate to carry the current required for the
application, but it presents a large thermal impedance. Also, heat
spreads in a circular fashion from the heat source. In this case the
drain pins are the heat sources when looking at heat spread on the
PC board.
Since surface mounted packages are small, and reflow soldering
is the most common form of soldering for surface mount
components, “thermal” connections from the planar copper to the
pads have not been used. Even if additional planar copper area is
used, there should be no problems in the soldering process. The
actual solder connections are defined by the solder mask
openings. By combining the basic footprint with the copper plane
on the drain pins, the solder mask generation occurs automatically.
A final item to keep in mind is the width of the power traces. The
absolute minimum power trace width must be determined by the
amount of current it has to carry. For thermal reasons, this
minimum width should be at least 0.020 inches. The use of wide
traces connected to the drain plane provides a low impedance
path for heat to move away from the device.
REFLOW SOLDERING
Vishay Siliconix surface-mount packages meet solder reflow
reliability requirements. Devices are subjected to solder reflow as a
test preconditioning and are then reliability-tested using
temperature cycle, bias humidity, HAST, or pressure pot. The
solder reflow temperature profile used, and the temperatures and
time duration, are shown in Figures 2 and 3.
Figure 1 shows the copper spreading recommended footprint for
the TSOP-6 package. This pattern shows the starting point for
utilizing the board area available for the heat spreading copper. To
create this pattern, a plane of copper overlays the basic pattern on
pins 1,2,5, and 6. The copper plane connects the drain pins
electrically, but more importantly provides planar copper to draw
heat from the drain leads and start the process of spreading the
heat so it can be dissipated into the ambient air. Notice that the
planar copper is shaped like a “T” to move heat away from the
drain leads in all directions. This pattern uses all the available area
underneath the body for this purpose.
0.167
4.25
0.074
1.875
0.014
0.35
0.122
3.1
0.026
0.65
0.049
1.25
0.049
1.25
0.010
0.25
FIGURE 1. Recommended Copper Spreading Footprint
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Ramp-Up Rate
+6_C/Second Maximum
Temperature @ 155 " 15_C
120 Seconds Maximum
Temperature Above 180_C
70 − 180 Seconds
Maximum Temperature
240 +5/−0_C
Time at Maximum Temperature
20 − 40 Seconds
Ramp-Down Rate
+6_C/Second Maximum
FIGURE 2. Solder Reflow Temperature Profile
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10 s (max)
255 − 260_C
1X4_C/s (max)
3-6_C/s (max)
217_C
140 − 170_C
60 s (max)
60-120 s (min)
Pre-Heating Zone
3_C/s (max)
Reflow Zone
Maximum peak temperature at 240_C is allowed.
FIGURE 3. Solder Reflow Temperature and Time Durations
THERMAL PERFORMANCE
TABLE 1.
Equivalent Steady State Performance—TSOP-6
Thermal Resistance Rqjf
30_C/W
On-Resistance vs. Junction Temperature
1.6
VGS = 4.5 V
ID = 6.1 A
1.4
rDS(on) − On-Resiistance
(Normalized)
A basic measure of a device’s thermal performance is the
junction-to-case thermal resistance, Rqjc, or the
junction-to-foot thermal resistance, Rqjf. This parameter is
measured for the device mounted to an infinite heat sink and
is therefore a characterization of the device only, in other
words, independent of the properties of the object to which the
device is mounted. Table 1 shows the thermal performance
of the TSOP-6.
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
−50
SYSTEM AND ELECTRICAL IMPACT OF
TSOP-6
−25
0
25
50
75
100
125
150
TJ − Junction Temperature (_C)
FIGURE 4. Si3434DV
In any design, one must take into account the change in
MOSFET rDS(on) with temperature (Figure 4).
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Application Note 826
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RECOMMENDED MINIMUM PADS FOR TSOP-6
0.099
0.039
0.020
0.019
(1.001)
(0.508)
(0.493)
0.064
(1.626)
0.028
(0.699)
(3.023)
0.119
(2.510)
Recommended Minimum Pads
Dimensions in Inches/(mm)
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about the suitability of products for a particular application. It is the customer’s responsibility to validate that a particular
product with the properties described in the product specification is suitable for use in a particular application. Parameters
provided in datasheets and/or specifications may vary in different applications and performance may vary over time. All
operating parameters, including typical parameters, must be validated for each customer application by the customer’s
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including but not limited to the warranty expressed therein.
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Material Category Policy
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. hereby certifies that all its products that are identified as RoHS-Compliant fulfill the
definitions and restrictions defined under Directive 2011/65/EU of The European Parliament and of the Council
of June 8, 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment
(EEE) - recast, unless otherwise specified as non-compliant.
Please note that some Vishay documentation may still make reference to RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC. We confirm that
all the products identified as being compliant to Directive 2002/95/EC conform to Directive 2011/65/EU.
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. hereby certifies that all its products that are identified as Halogen-Free follow Halogen-Free
requirements as per JEDEC JS709A standards. Please note that some Vishay documentation may still make reference
to the IEC 61249-2-21 definition. We confirm that all the products identified as being compliant to IEC 61249-2-21
conform to JEDEC JS709A standards.
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