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Customized Signal Switches AMXT

Customized Signal Switches AMXT

Universal Digitally Controlled Analog Switches/Multiplexers

These pages contain information on how to configure a custom switch AMXT. Our currently available preconfigured devices can be found here: Product range »
Alternatively, our signal switches are also available as modular devices with up to 24 switch channels.
Jump to: Switch Configuration About AMXT

#Switch Configuration

You can configure a custom AMXT switch for your specific application in just a few steps:
Switch channels
1. Select switch channels
The sidebar menumenu at the top of the page lists the available switch channels with operating voltages ranging from 250 V to 1.5 kV. The switches can be manufactured with any combination of up to 4 channels (depending on the switch type).
Add-on options
2. Select add-on options
For more functions, various add-on options are available for the entire device or single switch channels.
Other requirements
3. Specify other requirements
Do you require operating voltages (up to 3 kV possible) or additional features not listed here? Specify this in your request and we are glad to help you.
4. Send request
Contact us for a personalized quotation. If you need any help selecting your switch components, describe your desired application and we will find the optimal solution for you.

#About AMXT

Our signal switches combine several digitally controlled electronic analog switches in a single device.

The switches AMXT can be manufactured with up to 4 switch channels. 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, but they are galvanically connected to the device case.


  • 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