Part Number: ISO1042-Q1 Hi,
For the 16 pin layout of ISO1042-Q, there are several not connected pins.
Is it possible to use NC pins connected to ground (low or high)? What are the consequences?
Thanks in Advance
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Part Number: ISO1042 Hi,
Could you please let me know about ICC2 consumption. Datasheet show as below:
- TXD = 0 V, bus dominant, RL = 60 Ω： 73.4 mA(MAX) - TXD= VCC1, bus recessive, RL = 60 Ω： 4.1 mA(MAX)
In common use case, some nodes connect…
Part Number: ISO1042-Q1 Dear TI..
I'm using ISO1042-Q1.
By the way, the following waveform(Fig.#1) is checked.
Why did the last waveform level come out high?
(The micro-controller is using STM8AF5286.)
Still, I would like to know the detailed reason…
Part Number: ISO1042 Hi Team,
My customer use this part now , but his loop2 T prop is 690ns and his RL is 150ohm / CL is 2.2nF.
And I suggest them to change to RL : 60ohm and CL : 100pF will run in right way. Right ?
But they still wonder to know how…
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While seeking ISO1050 drop-replace (or, even more, performance upgrade), ISO1042 comes to attention. Unfortunately, ISO1042(SOIC-8) is not pin to pin compatible with ISO1050 …
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We are planning to use ISO1042 for Isolated CAN interface and ISO1432 for Isolated RS485 Interface. The both transceivers requires an isolated voltage on bus side as VCC2. The both device…
Part Number: ISO1042 Hi team,
I would like to know the difference between Q1 and non-Q1 version of ISO1042.
i think there is no difference between them.( just Q1 certified or not)
Is my understanding correct?