Part Number: ISO7820LL Having the inputs and outputs P M M P makes it very inconvenient to connect. Is it possible to connect as P M P M on both sides and have the signals function properly?
Part Number: ISO7820LL
Need your help to recommend, two-way transmission, with isolation, without EN PIN, can replace the ADN4650 LVDS; The search found that ISO7820LL seems to be more suitable, but our CPU does not enable the trigger signal, and the…
Part Number: ISO7820LL The http://www.ti.com/quality/docs/estimator.tsp does currently not provide any data about the Digital Isolators. I notice that behavior already in the past and sometime later (few month) the data were available again. Is there…
Part Number: ISO7820LL Hi,
I use ISO7820LL to transmit LVDS signal. But i met a question on GND.
Please refer below schematic,
If 3(the VCC1 GND of ISO7820LL) is connection for VCC1, OUTA+ and OUTA-(FP_SYNC_P, FP_SYNC_N) is no output.
If 3(the VCC1 GND…
Part Number: ISO7820LL Hi team,
1. For ISO7820LL, can I/O use AC coupling?
2. If not, can I use DC bias on pin and use ac couple to transmit signal?
3. Which is better, DC couple and AC couple for signal Integrity?
Thanks for reaching out.
ISO7820 is for isolating CMOS logic signals while ISO7820LL can be used for isolating LVDS signals. Please do share ISO7820LL part with customer and let us know if they have any questions, thanks.
Thank you for sharing the waveform, appreciate it. I see that the data signal that is applied 100Mbps which is the max that ISO7820LL supports. To support this datarate, sufficient care has to be taken to keep the test setup and the input clean.
I am not sure if you are referring to ISO7820 digital isolator or ISO7820LL LVDS isolator in your post. If you are referring to ISO7820LL, it supports 100Mbps of datarate while ISO7821LLS supports 150Mbps. These are the recommend LVDS isolators…