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CA-IF1051HS/S CAN transceiver

The 5-V CAN transceiver is designed for CAN FD networks with up to 5 Mbit/s and is dedicated for industrial applications. It features an extended ±70-V (±58-V) overvoltage protection and a ±4-kV (±8-kV) ESD protection. The component incorporates an input common-mode range (CMR) of ±30 V, exceeding the ISO 11898 specification of -2 V to +7 V. It is also suited for applications where ground planes from different systems are shifting relative to each other. The transceivers include a dominant timeout to prevent bus lockup caused by a controller error or by a fault on the TxD input. When TxD remains in the dominant state (low) for longer than tDOM, the transceiver is switched to the recessive state, releasing the bus. In addition, it supports the silent (listen-only) mode. The chip is available in a standard 8-pin SOIC package. It operates in the temperature range from -40 °C to +125 °C.

CA-IS305x isolated CAN transceiver

CA-IS305x is a galvanically-isolated CAN transceiver implementing ISO 11898-2 requirements. The component uses on-chip silicon dioxide (SiO2) capacitors to create an isolation barrier between the CAN protocol controller and the physical bus. Used in conjunction with isolated power supplies, this can eliminate noises and interferences and, thus, prevent damages to sensitive circuits.

The transceiver supports bit-rates up to 1 Mbit/s. Due to implemented current-limiting, over-voltage, ground-loss protection (-40 V to 40 V), and thermal shutdown functions, the component can prevent output short circuits. The common mode voltage ranges from -12 V to 12 V. The chips are available in wide SOIC8 or wide SOIC16 packages. They operate in the temperature range from -40 °C to +125 °C.

CA-IS3062W isolated CAN transceiver with isolated power supply

The CA-IS3062 is a galvanically-isolated CAN transceiver implementing ISO 11898-2 requirements. The component uses on-chip silicon dioxide (SiO2) capacitors to create an isolation barrier between the CAN protocol controller and the physical bus. Used in conjunction with isolated power supplies, this can eliminate noises and interferences and, thus, prevent damages to sensitive circuits.

The transceiver supports bit-rates up to 1 Mbit/s. It features the over-current protection, over-voltage protection, ground-loss protection (-40 V to 40 V), thermal shutdown function, and short-circuit protection. Normally, the common mode voltage ranges between -12 V and 12 V. The chip is available in a wide-body SOIC16 package. It operates in the temperature range from -40 °C to +125 °C.