Part Number: ISO3080
Can someone confirm whether the ISO3080 can transmit a DC level?
The datasheet describes its ability to transmit up to 20mbps, but nowhere can I find details on minimum frequency.
It occurs to me that as it is a 'capacitive' coupling device, there would be a minimum frequency for the data and as such transmitting a simple logic state (nominally DC), it would not be able to do.
Please can someone tell me if it can, and if not, what devices TI do that can transmit a DC level?
In reply to Tejas Hommaradi:
So to clarify, if I have a signal connected to the input of the ISO3080 that is in a logic '1' state for an indefinite period of time (10 minutes ~ 10 hours....), the output will be in the corresponding '1' state for the same time?
My application requires a logic signal to pass through an isolation barrier (ISO3080) and remain in a state (1 or 0) for a long time. Will the ISO 3080 do this?
In reply to John Veness:
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