Part Number: TXU0204 Hi Experts,
Customer is planning to use the TXU0204 to perform level conversion.
Is this correct in assuming that the following supply voltages can be used?
7.7 Switching Characteristics , VCCA…
Part Number: TXU0204 Hi team,
My customer wondering about TI recommendations for soldering in mass production, PCB design and surface finish for TXU0204DTRR.
Can we provide CAD/CAE symbols/footprints for this part? There is no footprint for TXU0204D…
Part Number: TXU0204 Hello, My customer plans to use TXU0204RUTR, UQFN package (Package Drawing is RUT). However, TXU0204 datasheet does not have LAND PATTERN EXAMPLE , S OLDER MASK DETAILS and SOLDER PASTE EXAMPLE for UQFN package. Could you provide those…
Part Number: TXU0204-Q1 Hi team,
I have a question about the description in the datasheet P21 9.3.5 as below.
"It is recommended that the inputs are kept low before floating (disconnecting) either supply."
In my system, VCCA is active while…
To allow bidirectional signals, the TXB's outputs have an extremely low drive strength. So they do not allow pull-up/-down resistors stronger than 50 kΩ.
It is not possible to use the FPGA's internal pull-up with the TXB.
You were mentioning that TRSF3223E may not work but I am interested in TRS3122E
Basically I need 2TX and 2RX. I need to connect these lines to a 1.2V logic level FPGA bank.
Thus the following should work based on your inputs. Please confirm
TXB are designed for bidirectional signals, and thus have many restrictions and limitations.
What are the voltages and directions?
UARTs use unidirectional signals; consider the TXU0104/TXU0204/TXU0304/TXU0102/TXU0202.