White Goods and Vending
Today's White Goods include more advanced electronic user interfaces and displays, while at the same time becoming more energy efficient. Major Home Appliances of the future will also increasingly include wireless or wired connectivity options to allow seamless integration into Home Energy Management Systems. Through increased efficiency, connectivity, and control, household and building energy costs will thus be reduced without sacrificing performance.
The ADM2582E/ADM2587E are fully integrated signal and power isolated data transceivers with ±15 kV ESD protection and are suitable for high speed communication on multipoint transmission lines. The ADM2582E/ADM2587E include an
integrated isolated dc-to-dc power supply, which eliminates the need for an external dc-to-dc isolation block.
They are designed for balanced transmission lines and comply with ANSI/TIA/EIA-485-A-98 and ISO 8482:1987(E).
The devices integrate Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology to combine a 3-channel isolator, a three-state differential line driver, a differential input receiver, and Analog Devices isoPower dc-to-dc converter into a single package. The devices are powered by a single 5 V or 3.3 V supply, realizing a fully integrated signal and power isolated RS-485 solution.
The ADM2582E/ADM2587E driver has an active high enable. An active low receiver enable is also provided, which causes the receiver output to enter a high impedance state when disabled.
The devices have current limiting and thermal shutdown features to protect against output short circuits and situations where bus contention may cause excessive power dissipation. The parts are fully specified over the industrial temperature range and are available in a highly integrated, 20-lead, wide-body SOIC package.
The ADM2582E/ADM2587E contain isoPower technology that uses high frequency switching elements to transfer power through the transformer. Special care must be taken during printed circuit board (PCB) layout to meet emissions standards. Refer to the AN-0971 Application Note, Control of Radiated Emissions with isoPower Devices, for details on board layout considerations.
- Isolated RS-485/RS-422 interfaces
- Industrial field networks
- Multipoint data transmission systems
- Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
- White Goods and Vending
- LED General Lighting
- Unmanned Systems
The ADuM3150 is a 6-channel SPIsolator™ digital isolator optimized for isolated serial peripheral interfaces (SPIs). Based on the Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® chip scale transformer technology, the low propagation delay in the CLK, MO/SI, MI/SO, and SS SPI bus signals supports SPI clock rates of up to 17 MHz. These channels operate with 14 ns propagation delay and 1 ns jitter to optimize timing for SPI.
The ADuM3150 isolator also provides two additional independent low data rate isolation channels, one channel in each direction. Data in the slow channels is sampled and serialized for a 250 kbps data rate with 2.5 μs of jitter.
The ADuM3150 supports a delay clock output on the master side of the device. This output can be used with an additional clocked port on the master to support 40 MHz clock performance.
- Industrial programmable logic controllers (PLC)
- Sensor isolation
The ADF7024 is an ultralow power, integrated transceiver for use in the license-free ISM bands at 433 MHz, 868 MHz, and 915 MHz. Its ease of use and high performance make it suitable for a wide variety of wireless applications. The ADF7024 is suitable for operation under the European ETSI EN300-220 regulation, the North American FCC Part 15 regulation, and other similar regulatory standards.
The ADF7024 can operate under a number of predefined radio profiles. For each radio profile, optimized register settings are provided for the ADF7024 radio. This ensures that the RF communication layer works seamlessly, allowing the user to concentrate on the protocol and system level design and prototyping. The radio profiles cover common data rate and modulation options. There are six radio profiles in total, as shown in Table 1.
For more detailed information, please see the data sheet and user guide.
- Wireless sensor networks (WSNs)
- Home and building automation
- Asset tracking
- Process and building control
- Industrial control
- Internet of Things (IoT)