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CD74HC4067 16-Channel Analog Digital Multiplexer Breakout Board Module For Arduino

CD74HC4067 16-Channel Analog Digital Multiplexer Breakout Board Module For Arduino
CD74HC4067 16-Channel Analog Digital Multiplexer Breakout Board Module For Arduino
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CD74HC4067 16-Channel Analog Digital Multiplexer Breakout Board Module For Arduino
CD74HC4067 16-Channel Analog Digital Multiplexer Breakout Board Module For Arduino
CD74HC4067 16-Channel Analog Digital Multiplexer Breakout Board Module For Arduino
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  • Model: BE-000187
  • Weight: 3.00g
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DESCRIPTION:

  •  This is a breakout board for the very handy 16-Channel Analog/Digital Multiplexer/Demultiplexer CD74HC4067.
  •   This chip is like a rotary switch - it internally routes the common pin
  •   (COM in the schematic, SIG on the board)to one of 16 channel pins (CHANxx).
  •   It works with both digital and analog signals (the voltage can’t be higher than VCC),
  •   and the connections function in either direction.
  •   To control it, connect 4 digital outputs to the chip’s address select pins (S0-S3),
  •   and send it the binary address of the channel you want (see the datasheet for details).
  •   This allows you to connect up to 16 sensors to your system using only 5 pins!
  •   Since the mux/demux also works with digital signals,
  •     you can use it to pipe TTL-level serial data to or from multiple devices.
  •     For example, you could use it to connect the TX pins of 16 devices to one RX pin on your microcontroller.
  •     You can then select any one of those 16 devices to listen to.
  •     If you want two-way communications, you can add a second board to route
  •     your microcontroller’s TX line to 16 device’s RX lines.
  •     By using multiple boards, you can create similar arrangements for I2C, SPI, etc.
  •     The internal switches are bidirectional, support voltages between ground and VCC,
  •     have low “on” resistance and low “off” leakage, and to prevent crosstalk, perform “break-before-make” switching.
  •     The board also breaks out the chip’s “enable” pin, which when driven high,
  •     will completely disconnect the common pin (all switches “off”).

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