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Dual Can or two CAN I/F circuits to replace mcp2551
We are using one mcp2551 CAN interface circuit we want to use a TI CAN circuit replacement. We need two CAN circuits. This is an automotive application. The uC is at 3.3v but we have 5v available if necessary. Cost is a factor as is reliability of course. I thought I saw a dual can I/F a few months ago but can't find it now. I asked support and they referred me here. Can someone please recommend a TI replacement. It doesn't have to have two circuits on one chip we do not have a size restriction. Cost and reliability are the main concern. Thank you.
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