Intersil ISL3152EIBZ-T TXRX ESD 5V RS-485/422 8SOIC

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    https://cn.intersil.com/en/products/interface/serial-interface/rs-485-rs-422/ISL3152E.html

    Description:

    The ISL315xE family of 5V powered RS-485/RS-422 transceivers features high output drive and high ESD protection. The devices withstand ±16.5kV IEC61000-4- 2 ESD strikes without latch-up. The large output voltage of 3.1V typical into a 54Ω load provides high noise immunity, and enables the drive of up to 8000ft long bus segments, or eight 120Ω terminations in a star topology.

    These devices possess less than 125μA bus input currents, thus constituting a true 1/8 unit load. The high output drive combined with the low bus input currents allows for connecting up to 512 transceivers on the same bus.

    The receiver inputs feature a full fail-safe design that turns the receiver outputs high when the bus inputs are open or shorted. 

    The ISL315xE family includes half and full-duplex transceivers with active-high driver-enable pins and active-low receiver enable pins. These transceivers support data rates of 115kbps, 1Mbps, and 20Mbps. Their performance is characterized from -40°C to +85°C.

    Features:

    ·High VOD: 3.1V (Typ) into RD = 54Ω

    ·Low bus currents: 125μA constitutes a true 1/8 unit load

    ·Allows for up to 512 transceivers on the bus

    ·±16.5kV ESD protection on bus I/O pins

    ·High transient overvoltage tolerance of ±100V

    ·Full fail-safe outputs for open or shorted inputs

    ·Hot plug capability - driver and receiver outputs remain high-impedance during power-up      and power-down

    ·Supported data rates: 115kbps, 1Mbps, 20Mbps

    ·Low supply current (driver disabled): 550μA

    ·Ultra-low shutdown current: 70nA

    Application:

    ·Automated utility e-meter reading systems

    ·High node count systems

    ·PROFIBUS and Fieldbus systems in factory automation

    ·Security camera networks

    ·Lighting, elevator, and HVAC control systems in building automation

    ·Industrial process control networks

    ·Networks with star topology

    ·Long-haul networks in coal mines and oil rigs