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Driving a N1810 switch

Question asked by andeezlemoyo on May 20, 2015
Latest reply on May 21, 2015 by mr_matt

I am working with an 2-port E8362C, running firmware version, A.09.42.22. Using DCOM.

Using one or more of the auxiliary I/O pins, or material handler pins, is it possible to directly drive from the PNA a single, Keysight SPDT N1810 RF switch configured for TTL?  The current max on the PNA analog outputs looks like 10 mA, which should work for the TTL signal.  The +22VDC out pin could be used for the supply voltage, because the switch will draw less than 100 mA at +22VDC   Yes, no, maybe not, bad idea?  All feedback is more than welcome.  Thank you.

Best regards,