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Part Number: THVD1410
This is a copy of my previous request, but for a different device.
I'm investigating using this component for a low power sensor interface. The plan is to have no termination resistors (i.e. short stub length). I'm referring to Figure 6 of the datasheet. Unfortunately there is no 'Supply Current vs Signal Rate' graph for the unloaded case. For example a competitor's product showing this is the Renesas ISL32603 in figure 27. Can You provide similar data for the unloaded case? Alternatively, is there a formula for calculating this (e.g. quiescent power + Cpd * Vcc^2 * fsw)?
Thanks and best regards,
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In reply to Hao L:
Please find the data. Again the test condition is Vcc=3.3V, room temp, DE=H, REB=H, no load. Please let me know if you have more questions.
thanks for Your measurements, These are a great deal of help for me. From these it looks that for my low power, low data rate application the other part (SN65HVD72) is by far the better choice. So i will close this topic and concentrate on the SN65HVD72.
Thanks again and best regards,
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