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First dual IO-Link master transceiver worldwide enables significant reduction of system costs thanks to integrated UARTs
Now available from Gleichmann Electronics
Due to the two UARTs integrated on the E981.12, for the first time users can use microcontrollers without integrated UARTs in cost-sensitive applications. This generally results in a significant reduction of the system costs. However, if UARTs integrated in the microcontroller already exist, these can obviously continue to be used.
The E981.12 dual IO-Link master transceiver comes in a space-saving QFN44L7 package and has an input voltage range from 8 V to 32 V. The power supply and configurable current limiting of the sensors (L+) can optionally be provided through external power FETs, thus lowering power loss considerably below 100 mW per channel.
The E981.12 has a SPI interface for configuration, programming and diagnostic functions. The safety functions include, among others, over-current and short-circuit protection with configurable thresholds.
Samples and evaluation boards of the E981.12 as well microcontrollers for the control with the possibility of an easy porting of TMG's IO-Link V1.1 master stacks are available now from Gleichmann Electronics.
ELMOS Semiconductor AG
For many years, ELMOS is a leading developer and producer of customer-specific system solutions for the automotive sector as well as for consumer and industrial products. Based on the modular high-voltage CMOS technology, ELMOS offers a variety of analog, mixed-signal circuit elements such as voltage regulators, analog/digital converters, power drivers and non-volatile memory. In addition, special silicon-based microsystems based on MEMS sensor systems and dedicated package solutions, both developed and manufactured within the ELMOS Group, are offered. About 90 percent of sales are generated with ICs for automotive electronics. ELMOS is listed on the Prime Standard of the German Stock Exchange. More information can be found at: www.elmos.de
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