Modular Signal Switches AMXR

Modular Signal Switches AMXR
Universal Digitally Controlled Analog Switches/Multiplexers

This is the modular version of our signal switches. If you only require up to 4 channels and do not plan to make any changes to the setup later, you may also be interested in our preconfigured or customized compact signal switches AMXT.
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Modular signal switch AMXR with digital I/Os


On these pages and in the sidebar menumenu at the top of the page you can find the AMXR components from our current product range as well as additional information. If your requirements change over time, you can always order more components and upgrade or reconfigure your switch.

Base Units

Base unit
Base Units

Switch Channels

Switch channel
250 V Channels
Switch channel
500 V Channels
Switch channel
1.5 kV Channels
General technical data for all switch channels: see  Switch Channels
Switch channels for other operating voltages (up to 3 kV possible) are available upon request.

Other Modules

Pulse controller
Pulse Controller
Digital I/O
Digital I/O
Please note that these modules require a modified base unit where modules can only be replaced by other modules of the same type.

About AMXR

These signal switches combine several digitally controlled electronic analog switches in a single device. The modular design allows for adding or replacing components later.

The switches can be manufactured with up to 5, 12 or 24 switch channels, depending on the base unit. Each channel is a digitally controlled electronic analog switch for which the user can specify the switchable voltage.

The function of each switch channel corresponds to a conventional electromechanical relay, but the switching times are in the nanosecond range and the digital control inputs have a high input impedance. Similarly to an electromechanical relay, the control inputs are galvanically isolated from the signal lines.


  • Designed for driving small loads
  • Control of ion optics, e.g. entry or exit electrodes of ion traps, differential lenses, or BNGs (Bradbury-Nielsen gates)
  • Drivers of piezoelectric and electromagnetic valves or small motors