SN75LVCP600SDSKR

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SN75LVCP600SDSKR

1.5/3.0/6.0 Gbps Single Channel SATA/SAS Redriver

Packaging

Package | PIN: DSK | 10
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $2.33
10-24 $2.10
25-99 $1.96
100-249 $1.71
250-499 $1.61
500-749 $1.37
750-999 $1.15
1000+ $1.10

Features

  • Single 3.3-V Supply
  • Suitable to Receive 6-Gbps Data Over up to >40
    Inches (1 m) of FR4 PCB
  • Two-Level RX and TX Equalization
    • RX→ 7, 15 dB
    • TX→ 0, –1.3 dB
  • Pin-Selectable SATA/SAS Signaling
  • Programmable Squelch Threshold for Long
    Channels
  • Low Power in Active, Partial, and Slumber States
    • 106 mW Typical (Active Mode at 6 Gbps)
    • <11 mW (When Link in Partial and Slumber
      State)
  • Ultra-small Package for Optimal Placement
    • 10-Pad 2.5-mm × 2.5-mm QFN
  • High ESD-Transient Protection
    • HBM: 9,000 V
    • CDM: 1,500 V
    • MM: 200 V

Texas Instruments  SN75LVCP600SDSKR

The SN75LVCP600S is a single-channel SATA/SAS signal conditioner supporting data rates up to 6 Gbps. The device complies with SATA physical spec rev 3.0 and SAS electrical spec 2.0. The SN75LVCP600S operates from a single 3.3-V supply and has 100-Ω line termination with a self-biasing feature, making the device suitable for AC coupling. The inputs incorporate an out-of-band (OOB) detector, which automatically squelches the output while maintaining a stable common-mode voltage compliant to the SATA/SAS link.

The SN75LVCP600S handles interconnect losses at its input with selectable equalization settings that can be programmed to the match loss in the channel. For data rates of 3 Gbps and lower, the LVCP600S equalizes signals for a span of up to 50 inches of FR4 board material. For data rates of 6 Gbps, the device compensates >40 inches (1 m) of FR4 material. Rx/Tx equalization level is controlled by the setting of signal control pins EQ and DE.

The device is hot-plug capable (requires use of AC-coupling capacitors at differential inputs and outputs), preventing device damage during device -insertion such as async signal plug/removal, unpowered plug/removal, powered plug/removal, or surprise plug/removal.