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Webcasts (10)
  • Working with Digital Isolators in Motor Control Applications

    Working with Digital Isolators in Motor Control Applications

    This webcast will look at the considerations and challenges at key isolation nodes within the motor control signal chain. Choice of an isolation architecture can greatly affect the final system architecture complexity and cost. The isolation required by safety standards for motor drive electronics can be addressed in multiple ways. We will examine some of the tradeoffs involved in designing a system under IEC standards.

    Presenter
    Nicola O'Byrne and Mark Cantrell
    Sr. System Applications Engineer / Staff Applications Engineer
    Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Integrated Approach to SPI using Digital Isolator Technology

    Integrated Approach to SPI using Digital Isolator Technology

    SPI is the bus used for isolated IC to IC communications. Use of unidirectional lines makes it easy to isolate. But since there no support for interrupts, and in band addressing for target devices, extra isolated channels usually surround it. The clocking scheme also links the bus speed to the propagation delay of the isolation. In this webinar we will look at new integrated SPI digital isolator solutions that address these shortcomings.

    Presenter
    Mark Cantrell
    Staff Applications Engineer
    Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Isolation in Ultra Low Power Applications

    Isolation in Ultra Low Power Applications

    Advances in isolation technology have reduced the power consumption of digital isolators by orders of magnitude making convenience and safety of standard components available for low power applications. In this webcast we'll look at several designs that take advantage of quiescent currents less than 1uA per channel. This includes 4-20mA field instrumentation, telecom interfaces referenced to negative 42V rails and battery operated applications.

    Presenter
    Mark Cantrell
    Sr. Applications Engineer
    Analog Devices Inc.
  • Addressing System Integration Challenges with Isolated Industrial Interfaces

    Addressing System Integration Challenges with Isolated Industrial Interfaces

    Interfaces in industrial and instrumentation applications require isolation due to the harsh operating environments in which they operate. The designer has a choice of selecting a digital isolator or an optocoupler solution to incorporate the necessary isolation for their system. The integration of that isolation into the signal chain poses several challenges at the system level, including set-up, debug and software related pitfalls.

    Presenter
    Garry O'Neill
    Marketing Manager
    Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Got my data over the isolation barrier! Now how do I get power to run it?

    Got my data over the isolation barrier! Now how do I get power to run it?

    “What do you mean I have to isolate this thing?” If you have ever thought your design was done only to find out you needed to isolate data in addition to getting power to the isolated circuits, then this webcast is for you. In this session, we will discuss the pros and cons of the various methods of accomplishing this task while saving important board space, design time and cost.

    Presenter
    Mark Cantrell
    Senior Applications Engineer
    Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications (German)

    Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications (German)

    This webcast reviews designs in which isolation is needed to protect personnel and equipment from harsh electrical environments. The presentation will detail interface power requirements and approaches for achieving design objectives. Topics will include performance tradeoffs for various approaches and applicable safety certifications for interface components.

    Presenter
    Michael Müller-Aulmann
    Senior Applications Engineer, iCoupler® Digital Isolator Group
    Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Guarding RS485 Communication Networks from Harmful EMC Events

    Guarding RS485 Communication Networks from Harmful EMC Events

    In this webcast we will discuss industry’s first EMC compliant RS-485 interface design tool co-developed by Analog Devices and Bourns that provides up to Level 4 protection levels for IEC61000-4-2 ESD, IEC61000-4-4 EFT and IEC61000-4-5 surge .This webcast describes each of these main transient types, and presents and demonstrates three different EMC compliant solutions for three different cost / protection levels on RS-485 communication ports.

    Presenter
    James Scanlon / Koenraad Rutgers
    Senior Engineers
    Analog Devices, Inc. / Bourns, Inc.
  • Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications

    Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications

    This webcast will review designs in which isolation is needed to protect personnel and equipment from harsh electrical and mechanical environments. Presentation will detail interface power requirements and approaches for achieving design objectives. Topics will include performance tradeoffs for various approaches and applicable safety certifications for interface components.

    Presenter
    Mark Cantrell
    Applications Engineer
    Analog Devices, Inc.
  • Solving Isolation Challenges in Power Conversion Applications

    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.

    Presenter
    Brian Kennedy
    Applications Engineer, Digital Isolator Group
    Analog Devices
  • Solving Isolation Challenges in Industrial Automation

    Solving Isolation Challenges in Industrial Automation

    This webcast will discuss the role isolation plays in providing protection and reducing the system bit-error-rate, using the specific design challenges of an RS-485 network. Topics to be covered in this presentation will include: Why and when one should isolate, Types of isolation and their advantages, Design Considerations for an RS-485 node (and how this translates to design considerations for signal isolation) as well as many other topics.

    Presenter
    Colm Ronan
    High-speed Signal-conditioning Group Marketing and Applications
    Analog Devices
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