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Part Number: SN65HVD102
We have some sensors that can communicate over IO-Link.
And we need to communicate with these sensors via IO-Link, so my Linux Machine will be the IO-Link master.
So here I have 2 questions:
1. Can SN65HVD102 can be used for implementing IO-Link Master, if not is there any other part number available for it
2. Is there any software stack available to communicate with IO-Link devices in Linux
Thanks in advance,
I'm unfortunately not aware of any stacks from TI for IO-Link communication in Linux, although you may want to check on this with an IO-Link competency center or software vendor. Regarding use of a device PHY in a master application, this can be possible with some additional supporting circuitry. You can review this reference design for one example using the newer TIOL111 device:
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