I have a digital potentiometer that I want to calibrate by sending in my commands and then measuring what the actual resistance is. However, the resistance from the digital pot is (obviously) connected to other bits of the circuit and I'd need to isolate it to get an accurate measurement.
My question is, if I use this analog mux or something similar, can I feed my "resistance" through it ?
I do believe that the analog mux is really just a "switch" and there isn't anything fancy about them and that this would work but I'd like to make sure before I go ahead any further with it.
I appreciate your time and look forward to your opinions.