The ADuM2250/ADuM2251 are hot swappable digital isolators with nonlatching bidirectional communication channels and are compatible with I2C interfaces. This eliminates the need for splitting I2C signals into separate transmit and receive signals for use with stand-alone optocouplers.
The ADuM2250 provides two bidirectional channels supporting a complete isolated I2C interface. The ADuM2251 provides one bidirectional channel and one unidirectional channel for those applications where a bidirectional clock is not required.
The ADuM2250/ADuM2251 contain hot swap circuitry to prevent data glitches when an unpowered card is inserted onto an active bus.
These isolators are based on iCoupler® chip-scale transformer technology from Analog Devices, Inc. iCoupler is a magnetic isolation technology with functional, performance, size, and power consumption advantages compared to optocouplers. The ADuM2250/ADuM2251 integrate iCoupler channels with semiconductor circuitry to enable a complete, isolated I2C interface provided in a small form-factor.
An Overview of the iCoupler family of products is available.
Technical Article: IEC 60601-1-Compliant Digital Isolators with iCoupler Technology
For additional ADI Healthcare Products and related information, please visit www.analog.com/healthcare.
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|ADuM2250/ADuM2251: Hot-Swappable, Dual I2C Isolators, 5 kV Data Sheet (Rev B, 03/2013) (pdf, 814 kB)||Data Sheets|
|AN-0971: Recommendations for Control of Radiated Emissions with isoPower Devices (pdf, 406 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-913: Isolating I2C Interfaces (pdf, 280 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-727: iCoupler® Isolation in RS-485 Applications (pdf, 282 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-740: iCoupler® Isolation in RS-232 Applications (pdf, 716 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-770: iCoupler® Isolation in CAN Bus Applications (pdf, 234 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-793: ESD/Latch-Up Considerations with iCoupler® Isolation Products (pdf, 246 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-825: Power Supply Considerations in iCoupler Isolation Products (pdf, 181 kB)||Application Notes|
Solving Isolation Challenges in Power Conversion Applications
This webcast will present solutions to isolation challenges in power conversion applications. Among the topics to be discussed are the limitations of traditional methods of isolation (such as utilization of optocouplers and pulse transformers) vs. more efficient and cost effective solutions that utilize digital isolators. If you are currently using optocouplers and pulse transformers, this is a webcast you should attend.
|Creepage Requirements for Medical Applications (pdf, 588 kB)||Technical Articles|
Micro-Transformers Provide Signal and Power Isolation for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
(pdf, 234 kB)
By Baoxing Chen, Sr. Staff Engineer, Analog Devices, Inc.
Medical Devices Demand Stringent Isolation Techniques
Inside iCoupler® Technology:ADuM347x PWM Controller and Transformer Driver with Quad-Channel Isolators Design Summary
(pdf, 291 kB)
By Flow Zhao, Design Engineer
NAppkin Note: Lowering the Power of the ADuM524x
(pdf, 223 kB)
By Mark Cantrell, Senior Applications Engineer
High Speed Digital Isolators Using Microscale On-Chip Transformers
(pdf, 2717 kB)
By Baoxing Chen, John Wynne, and Ronn Kliger
iCoupler® Products with isoPower™ Technology: Signal and Power Transfer Across Isolation Barrier Using Microtransformers
(pdf, 1306 kB)
By Baoxing Chen
Healthcare at Home (Part II)
A major trend in medicine is to move treatments and monitoring out of the hospital or even the doctor's office and either attach them to the patient or enable it to be done in the home. What can device designers do to aid this effort and what technologies would help to enable it.
(EDN, February 25, 2008)
Microtransformer Isolation Benefits Digital Control
by Dr. Baoxing Chen, Analog Devices, Inc. (Power Electronics Technology, October 2008)
|IEC 60601-1-Compliant Digital Isolators with iCoupler Technology||Technical Articles||HTML|
|Digital Isolator Product Selection and Resource Guide (pdf, 640 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
ADuM125x/ADuM225x Dual-Channel, Hot-Swappable, I2C® Bidirectional Digital Isolators with up to 5 kV Isolation
(pdf, 1493 kB)
The ADuM125x/ADuM225x are dual-channel bi-directional I2C digital isolators that are hot-swappable and capable of data rates up to 1MHz.
2008 Medical Solution Profile
(pdf, 126 kB)
High Performance ICs for Medical Imaging, Patient Monitoring, and Instrumentation
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|isoPower® - Isolated dc-to-dc Power in the smallest Package||Overview||HTML|
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|Glossary of EE Terms||Glossary||HTML|
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