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Part Number: ISO7342CEVM
i bought this ISO73xx Triple/Quad Digital Isolator Evaluation Module a couple months ago. I just hooked up today and find it does not output the signal that is fed in the input. Both of the 5V supply rails are good and isolated, The signal can be seen at the input pins, but not the output pins. I replace the IC and still not working. The enable line does not do anything at high or low. Any suggestion? Thank you
I'm not sure why you are not able to see the outputs. Would you be able to provide some additional details on the experiment you have run.
What was the transmit signal you used?
Can you provide a picture EVM so I can see how you have the jumpers configured? I have attempted to give a crude markup of the EVM showing where the jumpers should be placed.
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