|Package | PIN:||D | 14|
|Temp:||C (0 to 70)|
- Designed for -52-V Battery Operation
- 50-mA Output Current Capability
- Input Compatible With TTL and CMOS
- High Common-Mode Input Voltage Range
- Very Low Input Current
- Fail-Safe Disconnect Feature
- Built-in Output Clamp Diode
- Direct Replacement for National DS3680 and Fairchild uA3680
Texas Instruments DS3680D
The DS3680 telephone relay driver is a monolithic integrated circuit designed to interface -48-V relay systems to TTL or other systems in telephone applications. It is capable of sourcing up to 50 mA from standard -52-V battery power. To reduce the effects of noise and IR drop between logic ground and battery ground, these drivers are designed to operate with a common-mode input range of ±20 V referenced to battery ground. The common-mode input voltages for the four drivers can be different, so a wide range of input elements can be accommodated. The high-impedance inputs are compatible with positive TTL and CMOS levels or negative logic levels. A clamp network is included in the driver outputs to limit high-voltage transients generated by the relay coil during switching. The complementary inputs ensure that the driver output is off as a fail-safe condition when either output is open.
The DS3680 is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C.