Part Number: ISO1176T
One of my customers is considering using ISO1176T for their new products. They'd like to use two ISO1176T per one product. But they need to reduce the product cost. So they asked me whether the supply current for VCC2 of both ISO1176T can be generated by one transformer connected to either ISO1176T. (Then another ISO1176T D1/D2 terminals are opened.) Do you have any answer for the question?
Could you please tell me your answer or comment?
Your reply would be much appreciated.
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I understand the overall problem that you/customer are trying to solve here. Technically this can be done, but we need to confirm some details. I will also give you a backup solution in case you need it :)
Solution 2 (backup):
You/your customer can pick whichever works best.
I hope this helps!
In reply to Abhi Aarey:
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