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PI3LVD512 (Obsolete)

5-Differential Channel 2:1 Mux/DeMux for LVDS Signals

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Product Description

The PI3LVD512 is a 5-differential channel LVDS mux/ demux used to switch between multiple LVDS sources or end points. In a notebook application where analog video signals are found in both the notebook and the dock, a switch solution is required to switch between the two video port locations. With the high bandwidth of 870MHz, the signal integrity will remain strong even through the long FR4 trace between the notebook and the docking station. In addition to high signal performance, the video signals are also protected against high ESD with integrated diodes to VDD and GND that will support up to 12kV of ESD HBM protection.


  • Designed specifically to switch LVDS signals
  • VDD = 3.3V +/-10%
  • ESD tolerance on video I/O pins is up to 12kV HBM
  • -3dB BW of 870MHz (typ)
  • Low Xtalk, (-28dB typ)
  • Low and Flat ON-STATE resistance (Ron = 3ohm, Ron(Flat) = 0.5ohm, typ)
  • Low input/output capacitance (Con = 6pF, typ)
  • Packaging (Pb-free and Green):
    • 56 contact TQFN (ZFE)
    • 42 contact TQFN (ZHE)


  • Routes physical layer signals for high bandwidth

Product Specifications

Product Parameters

Compliance(Only Automotive supports PPAP) Standard
Configuration Mux: 5 Differential Channel, 2:1
Differential Channels 5
HotInsertion 0
Lanes N/A
OtherFeatures N/A
RailToRail 0
Signal Type Differential and Single Ended
Single Ended Channels 10
Voltage 3.3

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Product Change Notices (PCNs)

A PCN may only apply to specific orderable part numbers in this datasheet. Please refer to the corresponding PCN to see the exact orderable part number(s) affected.

PCN # Issue Date Implementation Date Subject
PCN-2328 2018-04-12 2018-10-12 Device End of Life for tray packaging only


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