SN65HVD230DR

Manufacturer Part Number: SN65HVD230DR Manufacturer / Brand: TI
Part of Description: CAN Interface IC STANDBY MODE Lead Free Status / RoHS Status: table_img Lead free / RoHS Compliant
Ship From: HK/Shen Zhen Shipment Way: DHL/Fedex/TNT/UPS
Datasheets:

Product parameters

ManufacturerTI
RoHSDetails
Mounting StyleSMD/SMT
Package / CaseSOIC-8
Number of Channels2 Channel
Number of Drivers1 Driver
Data Rate1 Mb/s
Minimum Operating Temperature– 40 C
Maximum Operating Temperature+ 85 C
PackagingReel
Factory Pack Quantity2500
SubcategoryInterface ICs
Protocol SupportedCAN
Unit Weight0.006349 oz

Get in touch with us now

    Please submit your BOM List or Input the part online

    Please complete all required fields with your contact information.Click "SUBMIT REQUEST" we will contact you shortly by email. Or Email us: Sales001@easyiee.com

    First name *

    Last name *

    Company Email *

    Phone number *

    Company name *

    Country *

    Upload file: We support .xls, .xlsx and .csv files under 4MB

    CHOOSE FILE

    Please submit your BOM List or Input the part online

    SUBMIT INFORMATION

    The SN65HVD230DR is a CAN (Controller Area Network) transceiver from Texas Instruments. It is designed for use in automotive and industrial applications to provide differential transmit and receive capability for CAN bus communication. Key features include:

    1. High-Speed Communication: Supports data rates up to 1 Mbps.
    2. Low Power Consumption: Features low current standby mode with typically 370 µA.
    3. Wide Supply Range: Operates with a supply voltage from 3.3V to 5V.
    4. Robust Protection: Includes thermal shutdown protection, undervoltage lockout, and short-circuit protection.
    5. Standards Compliance: Meets or exceeds the requirements of ISO 11898-2 for high-speed CAN transceivers.
    6. Bus Fault Protection: Protects against bus faults up to ±36V.
    7. Package: Available in SOIC-8 (Small Outline Integrated Circuit) package.

    The SN65HVD230DR is ideal for CAN communication networks in vehicles, factory automation, building automation, and other industrial control systems.

    email
    go-top

    close