Part Number: TRS3232 Hi Experts ,
Good Day ,
Please find below images where we noticed some scratches in the solder lead area. Can you please check and tell us whether we can accept this condition or not ?
Looking for your valuable support on this matter…
Part Number: TRS3232 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MAX3222E , TRS3222E Hi team,
My customer is replacing ST3222EB, and TRS3232E seems to be a good match.
Could anyone please advise our best solution for this replacement and provide a comparison table…
Part Number: TRS3232 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MAX3222E
We have used 3.3V operated IC TRS3232IPWR for RS232 communication , below are the design details and issue what we are facing :
IC TRS3232IPWR is used in Device 1 and Device 2 RS232 port
Part Number: TRS3232 Hi,
if only a single channel is used, how do you handle unused inputs? There are several options!
This answer suggests to pull DIN to VCC or GND.
This answer suggest to leave DIN…
Part Number: TRS3232 I needed to see if TRS3232EQPWRQ1 is RoHS 3. The datasheet I keep finding is from 2009 and doesn’t mention RoHS. I found a statement from Texas Instrument concerning RoHS, which said if it says RoHS it is all 10 substances from 2011…
Part Number: TRS3232 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: MAX3232 , MAX3232E , Hi
Whether there is a new product that replace of the TRS3232IPWR? cause TRS3232IPWR is no longer use for new design
Thank very much
Part Number: MAX3232 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TRS3232
I found MAX3232/E is pin compatible to TRS3232/E. What's the difference between two parts? It looks they are equivalent. Then why does TI have two separate parts? Which part is…
Part Number: TRS3232 Hello,
Is there an allowable input voltage specification for the TRS3232 DOUT pin (PIN # 14) ? (Both positive and negative volts)
How many volts does the device get damaged when voltage is supplied to the DOUT pin ?
Part Number: TRS3232E Hi team,
My customer is using the TRS3232E now. Currently we have found 4/120 pcs sockets' pin 5 and pin 6 are short to GND. Do you have some ideas about which condition will make the pin 5 and pin 6 short to GND damage? Thanks.