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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.
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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.


  • 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