Part Number: TCAN1042HV Unfortunately I did not find any TVS diodes with 60V stand-off voltage and sufficiently small junction capacitance to realize the conventional protection circuit. As alternative I have found the following.
I would realize this…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV-Q1 Hi All,
Regarding the TCAN1042HV-Q1 customer chose the VSON8 package.
I realized that this package also has the thermal PAD which, as the datasheet suggests, must be soldered on the PCB in order to guarantee the correct thermal…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Hi there,
we're using a TCAN1042HVDRB on one of our design because we need to stand 65V on CANH/CANL.
Unfortunately, it seems that the transceiver fails at 60V.
We've bought the chips on Digikey and we're not sure that the…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TCAN1043
Please help answer my customer's question:
I have a question about TCAN1042 and TCAN1043 CAN transceiver.
From TCAN1042 datasheet:
From TCAN1043 datasheet:
During dominant state…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV-Q1 TCAN1042 encountered problems in use: in idle mode, the output waveform of TCAN1042 will be deformed, and NXP can receive data normally, resulting in customers using TCAN1042 products need to modify the program; affect the follow…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Hi,
Abnormal signal was obtained during the evaluation of TCAN1042HV. This issue always happened when there are more than 2 nodes.
No issue when it is point to point communication(2 nodes).
screen cap and schematic as following…
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TCAN1042-Q1 , TCAN1042V-Q1 Hi team
TCAN1042 D/S say Devices with "V" suffix consume Max 5uA at standby mode,
and I found the sentence that "VCC not needed in standby mode".
Part Number: TCAN1042HV Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TCAN1043-Q1 Hi there,
I found that there's another E2E post talking about the power sequence of TCAN1043-Q1 and the conclusion is that there's NO specific power up/down sequence.