|Manufacturer Part Number: ISO7240MDWR
|Manufacturer / Brand: Texas Instruments
|Part of Description: SoC FPGA ISO7240MDWR
|Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: Lead free / RoHS Compliant
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|Package / Case
|Maximum Operating Temperature
|Minimum Operating Temperature
|Maximum Rise Time
|2 ns (Typ)
|Factory Pack Quantity
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What is ISO7240MDWR?
The ISO7240MDWR is a specific part number for a digital isolator device manufactured by Texas Instruments.
Digital isolators are components used to provide galvanic isolation between different sections of an electronic circuit, protecting sensitive components from high voltages or potential differences.
Number of Channels:
Indicates the number of isolation channels provided by the device. The ISO7240MDWR may have multiple channels.
Specifies the maximum data transfer rate supported by the isolator. This parameter is crucial in applications where high-speed digital signals need isolation.
Indicates the maximum voltage that the device can withstand between the isolated sections.
Common-Mode Transient Immunity (CMTI):
Measures the ability of the isolator to withstand common-mode voltage transients.
Low Power Consumption:
Some digital isolators are designed for low power consumption, making them suitable for energy-efficient applications.
Wide Temperature Range:
Specifies the range of temperatures over which the isolator can operate effectively.
The “MDW” in the part number refers to the package type. The package type provides information about the physical packaging of the device.
Digital isolators are commonly used in applications where electrical isolation is required, such as in industrial automation, medical devices, communication systems, and power supply designs.
The device may comply with various industry standards and certifications, ensuring its suitability for specific applications.
High-Speed Digital Communication:
The ISO7240MDWR may be suitable for isolating high-speed digital communication interfaces like SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) or I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit).