| | Daylight
begins Sunday, March 13. Set your clocks forward an hour. It's also a
good time to check smoke alarms and make sure your interface circuits are isolated.
Patricks Day Jokes|
| Q. What's Irish and
stays out all night? |
A. Patty O'Furniture.
Q. What's big and
purple and lies next to Ireland?
A. Grape Britain.
The Ultimate in Speed and Performance
The IL700 and IL200-Series
Digital Isolators provide unsurpassed performance and flexibility, including highest
data rates, smallest packages, lowest distortion, low power consumption, widest
temperature range, and 2,500 Vrms isolation. All devices are UL1577 and IEC61010
approved. Popular IL700/IL200 applications include serial interfaces, isolated
CANbus, isolated SPI, isolated A/D converters, and power interfaces.
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IL200 SeriesFive channels per
IL700-1 SeriesWorld’s smallest isolators
IL700S SeriesFastest (150 Mbps) and
lowest PWD (300 ps)
IL700T SeriesHighest operating
All IL700/IL200 part types are in
stock and available for same-day shipment, with no minimum order:
|Parameters||Min.|| Typ. || Max.
Rate (S-Series)|| 100 (130) || 110 (150) || || Mbps |
| PWD (S-Series)|| ||3
Delay Skew|| ||4||6||ns|
Jitter|| ||100|| ||ps|
| Temperature Range |
| || |
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the Application Desk|
from the NVE Application Desk
Q. The IL700 datasheet specifies a maximum data rate
of at least 100 Mbps (150 Mbps for the S-Series) but the maximum frequency
is 50 Mhz. What's the difference between baud and hertz?
are two bits of data in every 50 ns cycle running at the maximum speed (see
diagram below). Therefore:
Maximum data rate = 2 x maximum frequency
So the maximum data rate is 100 Mbps for
50 MHz devices like IL700-Series Isolators.
Extracting, or qualifying that data requires a 100 MHz clock, but the maximum transfer rate is still 100 Mbps.
In addition to best in class speed, IsoLoop isolators have remarkable
pulse-width distortion and jitter specifications. Because fast is no good if its
IsoLoop Data Transfer
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