The ADuM440x are 4-channel digital isolators based on the Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology. Combining high speed CMOS and monolithic air core transformer technology, these isolation components provide outstanding performance characteristics that are superior to the alternatives, such as optocoupler devices and other integrated couplers.
The ADuM440x isolators provide four independent isolation channels in a variety of channel configurations and data rates (see the Ordering Guide). All models operate with the supply voltage on either side ranging from 2.7 V to 5.5 V, providing compatibility with lower voltage systems as well as enabling a voltage translation functionality across the isolation barrier. The ADuM440x isolators have a patented refresh feature that ensures dc correctness in the absence of input logic transitions and during power-up/power-down conditions.
This family of isolators, like many Analog Devices isolators, offers very low power consumption, consuming one-tenth to one-sixth the power of comparable isolators at comparable data rates up to 10 Mbps. All models of the ADuM440x provide low pulse width distortion (<2 ns for C grade). In addition, every model has an input glitch filter to protect against extraneous noise disturbances.
The ADuM440x contain circuit and layout enhancements to help achieve system-level IEC 61000-4-x compliance (ESD/burst/surge). The precise capability in these tests for the ADuM440x are strongly determined by the design and layout of the user’s board or module. For more information, see the AN-793 Application Note, ESD/Latch-Up Considerations with iCoupler Isolation Products.
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|ADuM4400/ADuM4401/ADuM4402: 5 kV RMS Quad-Channel Digital Isolators Data Sheet (Rev C, 02/2012) (pdf, 450 kB)||Data Sheets|
|ADuM4400W/ADuM4401W/ADuM4402W: 5 kV RMS Quad-Channel Digital Isolators Data Sheet (Rev 0, 11/2012) (pdf, 551 kB)||Data Sheets|
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.
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|Creepage Requirements for Medical Applications (pdf, 588 kB)||Technical Articles|
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|Digital Isolator Product Selection and Resource Guide (pdf, 640 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
|Automotive Grade Digital Isolators - ADuM120xW/ADuM130xW/ADuM140xW (2008) (pdf, 1153 kB)||Product Selection Guide|
|Analog Devices Achieves Major Milestone by Shipping 1 Billionth Channel of iCoupler Digital Isolation (19 Sep 2013)||Press Releases||HTML|
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|iCoupler Isolation Provides Size, Cost, and Thermal Improvements Relative to Optocouplers (pdf, 67 kB)||Overview|
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ADuM2400/ADuM2401/ADuM2402 Quad-Channel Digital Isolators
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(pdf, 126 kB)
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ADuM125x/ADuM225x Dual-Channel, Hot-Swappable, I2C® Bidirectional Digital Isolators with up to 5 kV Isolation
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|Leading Inside Advertorials: Data and Power Isolation in One Package Provides Total Isolation Solution (pdf, 77 kB)||Overview|
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|isoPower® - Isolated dc-to-dc Power in the smallest Package||Overview||HTML|
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