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ANALOG DEVICES  ADUM1210BRZ  Digital Isolator, Dual, 2 Channel, 50 ns, 2.7 V, 5.5 V, SOIC, 8 Pins

ANALOG DEVICES ADUM1210BRZ
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Product Overview

The ADUM1210BRZ is a dual-channel Digital Isolator based on Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology. Combining high speed CMOS and monolithic transformer technology, this isolation component provides outstanding performance characteristics superior to alternatives such as optocoupler devices. By avoiding the use of LEDs and photodiodes, iCoupler devices remove the design difficulties commonly associated with optocouplers. The concerns of the typical optocoupler regarding uncertain current transfer ratios, nonlinear transfer functions and temperature and lifetime effects are eliminated with the simple iCoupler digital interfaces and stable performance characteristics. The need for external drivers and other discrete components is eliminated with iCoupler products. Furthermore, iCoupler devices consume one-tenth to one-sixth the power of optocouplers at comparable signal data rates.
  • Low power operation
  • 3ns Maximum pulse width distortion
  • 3ns Maximum channel-to-channel matching
  • >25kV/μs High common-mode transient immunity

 

Product Information

No. of Channels:
No. of Channels:
2 Channel
Propagation Delay:
50ns
Supply Voltage Min:
2.7V
Supply Voltage Max:
5.5V
Interface Case Style:
SOIC
No. of Pins:
8Pins
Operating Temperature Min:
-40°C
Operating Temperature Max:
105°C
Packaging:
Each
Product Range:
-
Automotive Qualifications Standard:
-
MSL:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
Supply Current:
4.3 mA
Supply Voltage Range:
2.7V to 5.5V
SVHC:
No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)

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Applications

  • Industrial;
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Legislation and Environmental

Moisture Sensitivity Level:
MSL 1 - Unlimited
Product Traceability
RoHS Compliant:
Yes
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