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Part Number: SN65HVDA1040A-Q1
My customer asked question about recovery time from TXD dominant time-out.
When device detects dominant time-out, device will set TXD disable until it detects recessive on CAN bus.
After detecting the recessive, how long will it take the device recovering from disabled state?
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In reply to Eric Hackett:
Thanks a lot for the confimation.
Can we say the delay is far below us order?
In reply to NOBUO FUJIHARA:
I'll have to go in the lab to get the exact delay, but it is short enough to where I didn't observe any delay at 250kHz messaging.
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