- Operates With a 3.3-V Supply
- Bus-Pin ESD Protection Exceeds 16-kV HBM
- 1/8 Unit-Load Option Available (Up to 256 Nodes on the Bus)
- Optional Driver Output Transition Times for Signaling Rates (1) of 1 Mbps, 10 Mbps, and
- Meets or Exceeds the Requirements of ANSI TIA/EIA-485-A
- Bus-Pin Short-Circuit Protection From –7 V to
- Low-Current Standby Mode: 1 µA, Typical
- Open-Circuit, Idle-Bus, and Shorted-Bus Failsafe Receiver
- Thermal Shutdown Protection
- Glitch-Free Power-Up and Power-Down Protection for Hot-Plugging Applications
- SN75176 Footprint
(1)The signaling rate of a line is the number of voltage transitions that are made per second expressed in the units bps (bits per second).
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The SN65HVD10, SN75HVD10, SN65HVD11, SN75HVD11, SN65HVD12, and SN75HVD12 bus transceiverscombine a 3-state differential line driver and differential input line receiver that operate with asingle 3.3-V power supply. They are designed for balanced transmission lines and meet or exceedANSI standard TIA/EIA-485-A and ISO 8482:1993. These differential bus transceivers are monolithicintegrated circuits designed for bidirectional data communication on multipoint bus-transmissionlines. The drivers and receivers have active-high and active-low enables, respectively, that can beexternally connected together to function as direction control. Very low device standby supplycurrent can be achieved by disabling the driver and the receiver.
The driver differential outputs and receiver differential inputs connect internally toform a differential input/ output (I/O) bus port that is designed to offer minimum loading to thebus whenever the driver is disabled or VCC = 0. These parts feature widepositive and negative common-mode voltage ranges making them suitable for party-lineapplications.