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Yes that is right.
In fact you can cut this down to five chips if you use four 4067 and one 4051.
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Yep back to the no go pile the thought game goes, it needs to be maybe even 64 out of 64 not 1 out of 64 and in the application I would probably use it in it would be more like 200 connections. Oh well thanks for the info.
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Yes but put two back to back and you have 64 in and 64 out. You can expand this to what ever size you want, you just have 10 chips for each group of 64. Is it the only one connection at a time that is the problem?
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Why on earth wouldn't you just do it in software?
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If your system involves lethal voltages/life critical/flamable elements - you probably shouldn't need to ask.
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