Part Number: TLIN2029-Q1
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I have two questions about TLIN1029-Q1 and TLIN2029-Q1.
Q1:TLIN2029-Q1 supports 24V applications and TLIN1029-Q1 supports 12V applications. Is their difference only reflected in wider operating voltage and additional bus-fault protection?
Q2：For TLIN 2029-Q1，if the 24V（VBAT） can be directly connected to the LIN transceiver? So the voltage of LIN bus is 24V?
Thanks for bringing these questions to E2E.
Q1: Yes, the only difference between TLIN1029-Q1 and TLIN2029-Q1 is the operating voltage range and the bus-fault protection.
Q2: Yes, the VSUP pin is supplied directly by the battery voltage, so the LIN pin is pulled up to whatever voltage that may be.
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