Our customer used the ISO150.
The customer start to new design, but the ISO150 is NRND.
Could you tell me the recommend device instead of the ISO150?
In reply to Koteshwar Rao:
Please recommend it, There are similar IOS150？
If I need bidirection and isolation function, in GPIO.
In reply to Lin Tim:
Hello Lin, If you are looking for a bidirectional device, please have a look at ISO1540 / ISO1541. Both of these isolators offer bidirectional functionality. Let me know if you have any other requirements. Thank you. Regards, Koteshwar Rao
Hello Lin, The device is designed to support any bidirectional communication requirement including I2C provided datarate is less than 1Mbps and I/O thresholds of ISO154x meet the device it is interfaced to. Let me know more details about your application and if there are any specific requirements so that I can comment if there is any concern. Thanks. Regards, Koteshwar Rao
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