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Protocols CAN, CAN FD, CAN SIC Number of channels (#) 1 Supply voltage (V) 4.5 to 28 Bus fault voltage (V) -58 to 58 Signaling rate (Max) (Mbps) 8 Rating Automotive Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 150 Low power mode Silent, Sleep, Standby Common mode voltage (V) -12 to 12 Isolated No
Protocols CAN, CAN FD, CAN SIC Number of channels (#) 1 Supply voltage (V) 4.5 to 28 Bus fault voltage (V) -58 to 58 Signaling rate (Max) (Mbps) 8 Rating Automotive Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 150 Low power mode Silent, Sleep, Standby Common mode voltage (V) -12 to 12 Isolated No
SOIC (D) 14 52 mm² 8.65 x 6 SOT-23-THN (DYY) 14 VSON (DMT) 14 14 mm² 3 x 4.5
  • AEC-Q100 (grade 1) qualified for automotive applications
  • Functional Safety-Capable
  • Meets the requirements of ISO 11898-2:2016
  • Implements Signal Improvement Capability (SIC) as defined in CiA 601-4
    • Actively improves bus signal by eliminating ringing and enhancing bit symmetry
  • Supports classic CAN and CAN FD up to 8 Mbps
  • Wide input operational voltage range
  • VIO level shifting supports: 1.7 V to 5.5 V
  • Operating modes:
    • Normal mode
    • Silent mode
    • Standby mode
    • Low-power sleep mode
  • High-voltage INH output for system power control
  • INH_MASK pin to keep INH disabled during spurious wake-up events
  • Local wake-up support via the WAKE pin
  • Sleep Wake Error (SWE) timer enables safe transition from standby mode to sleep mode in the event of a system power failure or software fault
    • Allows for extended power-up time
  • Defined behavior when unpowered
    • Bus and IO terminals are high impedance (no load to operating bus or application)
  • Protection features:
    • ±58-V CAN bus fault tolerant
    • Load dump support on VSUP
    • IEC ESD protection
    • Undervoltage protection
    • Thermal shutdown protection
    • TXD dominant state timeout (TXD DTO)
  • Available in a 14-pin leaded (SOT and SOIC) packages, and leadless (VSON) package with wettable flanks for improved automated optical inspection (AOI) capability
  • AEC-Q100 (grade 1) qualified for automotive applications
  • Functional Safety-Capable
  • Meets the requirements of ISO 11898-2:2016
  • Implements Signal Improvement Capability (SIC) as defined in CiA 601-4
    • Actively improves bus signal by eliminating ringing and enhancing bit symmetry
  • Supports classic CAN and CAN FD up to 8 Mbps
  • Wide input operational voltage range
  • VIO level shifting supports: 1.7 V to 5.5 V
  • Operating modes:
    • Normal mode
    • Silent mode
    • Standby mode
    • Low-power sleep mode
  • High-voltage INH output for system power control
  • INH_MASK pin to keep INH disabled during spurious wake-up events
  • Local wake-up support via the WAKE pin
  • Sleep Wake Error (SWE) timer enables safe transition from standby mode to sleep mode in the event of a system power failure or software fault
    • Allows for extended power-up time
  • Defined behavior when unpowered
    • Bus and IO terminals are high impedance (no load to operating bus or application)
  • Protection features:
    • ±58-V CAN bus fault tolerant
    • Load dump support on VSUP
    • IEC ESD protection
    • Undervoltage protection
    • Thermal shutdown protection
    • TXD dominant state timeout (TXD DTO)
  • Available in a 14-pin leaded (SOT and SOIC) packages, and leadless (VSON) package with wettable flanks for improved automated optical inspection (AOI) capability

The TCAN1463-Q1 is a high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) transceiver that meets the physical layer requirements of the ISO 11898-2:2016 high-speed CAN specification and the CiA 601-4 SIC specification. The device supports both classical CAN and CAN FD (flexible data rate) data rates up to 8 Megabits per second (Mbps).

The TCAN1463-Q1 reduces signal ringing at the dominant-to-recessive edge and enables higher throughput in complex network topologies. SIC allows the applications to extract the real benefit of CAN FD by operating at 2 Mbps, 5 Mbps, or beyond in large networks with multiple unterminated stubs. The device is pin compatible with classical CAN FD transceivers, such as TCAN1043A-Q1 or TCAN1043-Q1 when INH_MASK feature is not used (INH_MASK pin is left floating or connected to GND).

The TCAN1463-Q1 allows for system-level reductions in battery current consumption by selectively enabling the various power supplies that may be present on a system via the INH output pin. This allows a low-current sleep state in which power is gated to all system components except for the TCAN1463-Q1, while monitoring the CAN bus. When a wake-up event is detected, the TCAN1463-Q1 initiates system start-up by driving INH high.

The TCAN1463-Q1 features an SWE timer that enables a safe transition to Sleep mode after 4 minutes (tINACTIVE) of inactivity in Standby mode. This ensures that the device is transitioned to low-power Sleep mode if the MCU fails to transition the device to Normal mode.

The TCAN1463-Q1 is a high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) transceiver that meets the physical layer requirements of the ISO 11898-2:2016 high-speed CAN specification and the CiA 601-4 SIC specification. The device supports both classical CAN and CAN FD (flexible data rate) data rates up to 8 Megabits per second (Mbps).

The TCAN1463-Q1 reduces signal ringing at the dominant-to-recessive edge and enables higher throughput in complex network topologies. SIC allows the applications to extract the real benefit of CAN FD by operating at 2 Mbps, 5 Mbps, or beyond in large networks with multiple unterminated stubs. The device is pin compatible with classical CAN FD transceivers, such as TCAN1043A-Q1 or TCAN1043-Q1 when INH_MASK feature is not used (INH_MASK pin is left floating or connected to GND).

The TCAN1463-Q1 allows for system-level reductions in battery current consumption by selectively enabling the various power supplies that may be present on a system via the INH output pin. This allows a low-current sleep state in which power is gated to all system components except for the TCAN1463-Q1, while monitoring the CAN bus. When a wake-up event is detected, the TCAN1463-Q1 initiates system start-up by driving INH high.

The TCAN1463-Q1 features an SWE timer that enables a safe transition to Sleep mode after 4 minutes (tINACTIVE) of inactivity in Standby mode. This ensures that the device is transitioned to low-power Sleep mode if the MCU fails to transition the device to Normal mode.

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* Data sheet TCAN1463-Q1 Automotive Signal Improvement Capable CAN FD Transceiver With Sleep Mode datasheet (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 28 Jul 2022
Certificate TCAN1463EVM EU RoHS Declaration of Conformity (DoC) 27 Jul 2022
Functional safety information TCAN1463-Q1 Functional Safety, FIT Rate, Failure Mode Distribution and Pin FMA PDF | HTML 20 May 2022
Application note Protecting Automotive CAN Bus Systems From ESD Overvoltage Events PDF | HTML 27 Apr 2022
White paper How Signal Improvement Capability Unlocks Real Potential of CAN-FD Transceivers PDF | HTML 06 Apr 2022
User guide TCAN1463-Q1 Evaluation Module With SIC Network PDF | HTML 21 Oct 2021

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