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Supertex Ultrasound T/R Switch ICs

Supertex Ultrasound T/R Switch ICs

Supertex Ultrasound T/R Switch ICs deliver high voltage current limiting protection. Supertex Ultrasound T/R Switch ICs are designed to protect a low noise receiver from the high voltage transmit pulses in ultrasound applications and is commonly referred to as a T/R (transmit and receive) switch. Ultrasound T/R Switch ICs can be considered as a normally closed switch with a typical switch resistance of 15Ω, allowing small signals to pass. Once the voltage drop across the two terminals exceeds a nominal voltage, the device will start to turn off. In the off state, the MD0105 can withstand up to ±130V across its terminals, while the MD0101 can withstand ±100V. A small amount of current, typically 200μA, is allowed to flow through. Ultrasound T/R Switch ICs are not limited to just ultrasound applications. They can also be used for resettable fuses to protect power lines, output short circuit protection, and data acquisition.

Features
  • Fast switching speed
  • Four electrically isolated channels
  • No external supplies needed
Applications
  • Medical ultrasound imaging
  • NDT applications
  • Fast resettable fuses
  • High side switches
  • Data acquisition
Part Number Package / Case Bandwidth Number of Switches On Resistance - Max Off Time - Max On Time - Max Data Sheet Maximum Operating Temperature
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