76297 Stutensee, de
Werner W. Wiesmeier
+49 (8761) 7592-03
Universal I/O Link transceiver with up to 200 mA driver performance and a wide input voltage range
Designed by Elmos for use in compact sensors and actuators
The transceiver meets all requirements of the relevant standards and its features include a wide input voltage range from 8 to 36V, a high driver performance of up to 200mA, integrated wakeup detection and a data transmission speed of up to 230kbit/s. The driver allows configuration as low-side, high-side or push-pull. Short-circuit, over-current and over-temperature protection functions ensure a high operating safety and also simplify application design.
Thanks to an internal 5V voltage regulator and a 3.3V/5V compatible digital interface, the E981.10 can be used with a variety of existing microcontrollers e.g. NEC Electronics Europe's 78K0 MCU, which in this case takes over protocol implementation. The component is useable with a chip temperature up to +150°C and is provided in a small 4x4 mm QFN 4x4 package, thus making it ideally suitable for use in compact sensors and actuators. Datasheets and samples are available from stock. Demo boards are available upon request.
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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