Part Number: ISO1050 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ISO1042 , Dear Sir/Madam,
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 …
Part Number: ISO1042 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ISO1432 , Hi,
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?
Part Number: ISO1042-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ISO1042 Team,
What is the difference between ISO1042BQ1 and ISO1042Q1? https://www.ti.com/product/ISO1042-Q1#order-quality
Can it be replace on an existing PCB without any HW change and any re-testing…
Part Number: ISO1042 Hi,
my customer's system is as below:
there will be 6 ISO1042 of 6 different board on the same bus.
It seems that only the two most far away ISO1042 need to add 120ohm terminate resistor, right?
Then my question is: only at the…
Part Number: ISO1042 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ISO6741 Dear All,
I am looking for a isolated CAN transceiver for my application which provides a indication of CAN bus activity. This indication to be used to wake up the system from sleep state. I…
Part Number: ISO1042-Q1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ISO1042 Hi there,
I have recently design an isolation CAN connecion, looks sample while I have one confusion about following 2 article:
Figure 1 of: http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slla298d/slla298d.pdf…