Part Number: SN75176A Other Parts Discussed in Thread: THVD1500 Hello, We use the device in one of our products for RS-485 communications. In our last couple builds, we are seeing a very high fallout in our final testing. about 5%.
We had simply asked…
Part Number: SN75176B Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN75176A , Hi,
My customer is confusing for the difference between SN75176A nad SN75176B ,
Can you help to let us know the difference?
Great thanks for your help.
Part Number: SN65LBC184 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN75176A Hi,
I think the title says it all.
We are using the SN65LBC184 in our products to manage the DMX 512 protocol.
When sending informations from a light console that is using the SN75176A…
Part Number: SN75176A Hi,
We are using SN75176, RS485 transceiver in our designs and it has to communicate up to 1200m.
We would like to know the terminal resistance design/ values of the same.
If any reference design or design values available, please…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN75176A , SN75176B Hi Team,
One of my customers faced an issue using our SN75176 for their RS485 communications.
Here’s the summary of the issue that they were encountering with the SN75176:
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN75176A , SN75176B Hi,
I've got a board which is supposed to be RS485 compatible, but it contains a SN75176a (RS422 part, according to the spec sheet http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/sn75176a.pdf). I can't seem to…
Thanks for your information. Like I mentioned, I don't think the device choice would make much difference in this application, as long as it has 1/8 unit load (or ~96kOhm input resistance). SN75176A might not fit due to the 12kOhm resistance. THVD1500…