Part Number: THVD2410 Hello, I have a problam with your RS485 driver: THVD2410DRBR. Below I give part of my circuit. All 4 output pin conected to a outer conectors. There are 4 wires on the line to the sensor: power, ground, A and B. The power line is…
Part Number: THVD2410 Hello
we bought one TI part from Arrow and found Tops and bottoms have bubbling on some of the parts, There are different serial number on the bottom.
So, i want to know if it is normal.
Part Number: THVD2410 Hello,
I've to design a RS485 half-duplex communication line, and I'm running out of microcontroller pin to drive RE and DE separately; I'm pretty sure I've done it in the past (with another chip), but I'd like a confirmation from…
Part Number: THVD2410 Hi experts,
A customer has noticed a difference between the prototype samples Rev A of this transceiver and the RTM Rev B1 version.
The datasheet does not mention silicon revisions.
With several transceivers on a common bus, larger…
Part Number: THVD2410 Hi team,
Could you please let me know if these RS-422 driver and receiver are hot-swappable?
If not, could you please suggest another hot swappable RS-422 parts?
Part Number: THVD2410 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN65HVD1781 , Hi team,
A customer is evaluating a switch from SN65HVD1781 to the newer THVD2410. Can you tell me pros and cons of THVD2410 vs SN65HVD1781? They need 500kbps bus speed +/-70V fault protection…
Part Number: THVD2410 Hi,
Please advise the outcome when THVD2410 has +24V on bus pin A and 0v on bus pin B, when there is no VCC power supply present. Also when bus pin A = 0v and bus pin B = +24v i.e. reversed. Assume equipment is floating/isolated…