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LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A 60V Fault Protected RS485/RS422 Transceivers

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Protected from Overvoltage Line Faults to ±60V Pin Compatible with LTC485 and LTC491 High Input Impedance Supports Up to 128 Nodes No Damage or Latchup to ESD IEC-1000-4-2 Level 4: ±15kV Air Discharge IEC-1000-4-2 Level 2: ±4kV Contact Discharge Controlled Slew Rates for EMI Emissions Control Guaranteed High Receiver Output State for Floating, Shorted or Inactive Inputs Outputs Assume a High Impedance When Off or Powered Down Drives Low Cost, Low Impedance Cables Short-Circuit Protection on All Outputs Thermal Shutdown Protection

The LT®1785/LT1791 are half-duplex and full-duplex differential bus transceivers for RS485 and RS422 applications which feature on-chip protection from overvoltage faults on the data transmission lines. Receiver input and driver output pins can withstand voltage faults up to ±60V with respect to ground with no damage to the device. Faults may occur while the transceiver is active, shut down or powered off. Data rates to 250kbaud on networks of up to 128 nodes are supported. Controlled slew rates on the driver outputs control EMI emissions and improve data transmission integrity on improperly terminated lines. Drivers are specified to operate with inexpensive cables as low as 72Ω characteristic impedance. The LT1785A/LT1791A devices have “fail-safe” receiver inputs to guarantee a receiver output high for shorted, open or inactive data lines. On-chip ESD protection eliminates need for external protection devices. The LT1785/LT1785A are available in 8-lead DIP and SO packages and the LT1791/LT1791A in 14-lead DIP and SO packages.
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Industrial Control Data Networks CAN Bus Applications HVAC Controls

TYPICAL APPLICATIO
RO1 RE1 DE1 DI1 RX LT1785

Normal Operation Waveforms at 250kBaud
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TX GND1 Y-Z VCC2

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.............. – 60V to 60V Driver Output Voltage ....................................................................3V to 18V Receiver Input Voltage ............... θJA = 130°C/ W (N) TJMAX = 150°C......................... θJA = 130°C/ W (N8) TJMAX = 150°C................ – 0. TOP VIEW NC 1 RO 2 RE 3 DE 4 DI 5 GND 6 GND 7 N PACKAGE 14-LEAD PDIP D R 14 VCC 13 NC 12 A 11 B 10 Z 9 8 Y NC TOP VIEW RO 1 RE 2 DE 3 DI 4 N8 PACKAGE 8-LEAD PDIP D R 8 7 6 5 VCC B A GND S8 PACKAGE 8-LEAD PLASTIC SO TJMAX = 150°C... 0°C to 70°C LT1785I/LT1791I/ LT1785AI/LT1791AI ............... – 60V to 60V Receiver Output Voltage ....3V to 6V Driver Input Voltage ............3V to 6V Driver Enable Input Voltage ...... – 0.....LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A ABSOLUTE AXI U RATI GS Supply Voltage (VCC) ..... θJA = 150°C/ W (S8) 2 U U W W W U W (Note 1) Operating Temperature Range LT1785C/LT1791C/ LT1785AC/LT1791AC . – 65°C to 150°C Lead Temperature (Soldering........................ – 40°C to 85°C Storage Temperature Range ... – 0... 18V Receiver Enable Input Voltage ................ – 0.........3V to (VCC + 6V) PACKAGE/ORDER I FOR ATIO ORDER PART NUMBER LT1785CN8 LT1785CS8 LT1785IN8 LT1785IS8 LT1785ACN8 LT1785ACS8 LT1785AIN8 LT1785AIS8 S8 PART MARKING 1785 1785I 1785A 1785AI Consult factory for parts specified with wider operating temperature ranges............... 10 sec)................ θJA = 150°C/ W (S) .................... 300°C ORDER PART NUMBER LT1791CN LT1791CS LT1791IN LT1791IS LT1791ACN LT1791ACS LT1791AIN LT1791AIS S PACKAGE 14-LEAD PLASTIC SO TJMAX = 150°C.....

Figure 1 DI. Figure 1 R = 18Ω R = 27Ω or R = 50Ω. DE.5 1. otherwise specifications are TA = 25°C.2 20 3. RE = 5V.5 5. DE = 0V q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q q MIN 2.5 0.2 TYP 4.2 – 0.2 2 0.5 3 0. DE = 5V No Load.5 1 0. RE = 0V.45 2. VCC = 5V. DE = 0V No Load.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A DC ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS The q denotes specifications which apply over the full operating temperature range. RE DI. (LT1791 or LT1785 with DE = 0V) Differential Input Threshold Voltage for Receiver Receiver Input Hysteresis Receiver Output High Voltage Receiver Output Low Voltage Three-State (High Impedance) Output Current at Receiver 0V < VOUT < 6V 0.3 0. Force VO = 12V VO = 60V VO = – 60V 0V ≤ VO ≤ VCC –7V ≤ VO ≤ 12V – 60V ≤ VO ≤ 60V No Load. VID = 200mV IO = 1. B).6mA. VID = – 200mV RE > 2V or Power Off – 7V ≤ VCM ≤ 12V – 60V ≤ VCM ≤ 60V – 7V ≤ VCM ≤ 12V VOUT = HIGH.8 5 – 0. Force VO = – 7V VOUT = LOW. Figure 1 R = 27Ω (RS485).5 4.3 6 9 9 8 0.2 0.3 6 0.2 MAX 5 UNITS V V V V ∆VOD VOC ∆VOC VIH VIL IIN1 IIN2 Change in Magnitude of Driver Differential Output Voltage for Complementary Output States Driver Common Mode Output Voltage Change in Magnitude of Driver Common Mode Output Voltage for Complementary Output States Input High Voltage Input Low Voltage Input Current Input Current (A. DE. RE = 0V. RE VIN = 12V VIN = – 7V – 60V ≤ VIN ≤ 60V LT1785/LT1791: – 7V ≤ VCM ≤ 12V LT1785A/LT1791A: – 7V ≤ VCM ≤ 12V – 7V < VCM < 12V IO = – 400µA. RE = 5V.25 250 250 6 4 0.15 –6 – 0. RE DI.0 1. DE = 5V No Load. DE.2 0 V V V V V µA mA mA mA V V mV V V µA kΩ kΩ kΩ mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA VTH ∆VTH VOH VOL RIN Receiver Input Resistance (LT1791) LT1785 RS485 Unit Load ISC Driver Short-Circuit Current Driver Output Fault Current Receiver Short-Circuit Current Driver Three-State Output Current q q q q q q q q q q q ICC Supply Current 3 .15 – 0.70 2.1 2.3 125 125 90 0. Figure 1 R = 27Ω or R = 50Ω. Figure 1 R = 27Ω or R = 50Ω. SYMBOL VOD1 VOD2 PARAMETER Differential Driver Output Voltage (Unloaded) Differential Driver Output Voltage (With Load) CONDITIONS IO = 0 R = 50Ω (RS422).2 –6 5.08 0.5 –1 85 50 35 35 –6 ±35 – 0.2 2 2.

8 Figures 2. 6. 6 Figures 4. 8. 5 Figures 3. 8. 6 Figures 4. 6 Figures 4.5 1.5 2.0 0. 8 Figures 2. VCC = 5V. RE = 5V Figures 2. 8 Figures 2. otherwise specifications are TA = 25°C. DE = 0V Figures 2. 8 q q q q q Note 1: Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which the life of a device may be impaired. 5 Figures 3. 8 Figures 2. DE = 0V Figures 2.0 2. SYMBOL tPLH tPHL tSKEW tr. 5 Figures 3.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A SWITCHI G CHARACTERISTICS The q denotes specifications which apply over the full operating temperature range. tf tZH tZL tLZ tHZ tPLH tPHL tSKD tZL tZH tLZ tHZ fMAX tSHDN tZH(SHDN) tZL(SHDN) tZH(SHDN) tZL(SHDN) PARAMETER Driver Input to Output Driver Input to Output Driver Output to Output Driver Rise or Fall Time Driver Enable to Output High Driver Enable to Output Low Driver Disable Time from Low Driver Disable Time from High Receiver Input to Output Receiver Input to Output Differential Receiver Skew Receiver Enable to Output Low Receiver Enable to Output High Receiver Disable from Low Receiver Disable from High Maximum Data Rate Time to Shut Down Driver Enable from Shutdown to Output High Driver Enable from Shutdown to Output Low Receiver Enable from Shutdown to Output High Receiver Enable from Shutdown to Output Low Figures 2.0 600 1000 Receiver Propagation Delay vs Temperature 800 tPHL 400 tPLH 200 R = 27Ω 0 –40 –20 40 20 0 60 TEMPERATURE (°C) 80 100 0 –40 –20 40 0 60 20 TEMPERATURE (°C) 80 100 1785/91 G03 1785/91 G03 .5 DELAY (ns) 1 0 10 100 LOAD RESISTANCE (Ω) 1k 1785/91 G01 4 U W U CONDITIONS Figures 3. 7 q q q q q q q q q MIN TYP 700 700 100 MAX 2000 2000 2000 3000 3000 5000 5000 900 900 1000 1000 1000 1000 UNITS ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns kbps µs µs µs µs µs 200 800 500 800 200 800 400 400 200 300 300 400 400 250 3 12 12 4 4 Driver Differential Output Voltage vs Temperature 3. 6. RE = 5V Figures 2. TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS Driver Differential Output Voltage vs Load Resistance 4 TA = 25°C OUTPUT VOLTAGE (V) 3 DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE (V) 2 1. 6. 6 Figures 3. 7 Figures 3. 5 Figures 4.

DE = RE = 0V 7 6 5 ICC (mA) 1mA/DIV 4 3 2 DELAY (ns) – 60V VA. allowing for logic skews in toggling between transmit and receive modes of operation. RE should be tied low to prevent the circuit from entering shutdown. RO is high if receiver input A ≥ B by 200mV. A logic high on DE enables normal operation of the driver outputs (Y and Z on LT1791. If the receiver is active (RE pin low). If receiver enable RE and driver enable DE are both in the disable state. TTL level logic output. RO assumes a high impedance output state when RE is high or the part is powered off. TTL level logic input. A logic high level at RE places the receiver output pin RO into a high impedance state. A logic low level at DE places the driver output pins into a high impedance U W 1785/91 G04 LT1791 Driver Output Leakage DE = 0V LT1791 Receiver Input Current vs VIN 1mA/DIV 200µA/DIV – 60V VOUT 60V 1785/91 G05 – 60V VIN 60V 1785/91 G06 Supply Current vs Temperature 700 Receiver Propagation Delay vs Differential Input Voltage 600 HL VCM = –7V 500 HL VCM = 12V LH VCM = –7V LH VCM = 12V DRIVER AND RECEIVER ON RECEIVER ONLY 400 300 200 100 60V 1785/91 G07 1 0 –40 STANDBY –20 40 0 60 20 TEMPERATURE (°C) 80 100 0 0 1 3 4 2 VIN DIFFERENTIAL (V) 5 1785/91 G09 1785/91 G08 U U U 5 . RO is protected from output shorts from ground to 6V. TTL level logic input. For CAN bus applications. Placing either RE or DE into its active state brings the circuit out of shutdown. A logic low on RE enables normal operation of the receiver output RO. Shutdown state is not entered until a 3µs delay after both RE and DE are disabled.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS Driver Propagation Delay vs Temperature 1000 900 PROPAGATION DELAY (ns) 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 –40 –20 40 0 60 20 TEMPERATURE (°C) 80 100 LH HL LT1785 Input Characteristics Pins A or B. A and B on LT1785). the circuit goes to a low power shutdown state. then RO will be low. RE: Receiver Output Enable. DE: Driver Output Enable. VB PIN FUNCTIONS RO: Receiver Output. If A ≤ B by 200mV.

B: Receiver Input. 4. Receiver Timing Test Load . Receiver outputs are guaranteed to be in a high state for 0V inputs. Shutdown state is not entered until a 3µs delay after both RE and DE are disabled. Higher VCC input voltages increase output drive swing. DI: Driver Input. output Z is the CANH output node.75V ≤ VCC ≤ 5. A: Receiver Input. V(A) ≤ [V(B) – 200mV] forces a receiver output low. For RS422 or RS485 operation. The Y driver output is in phase with the driver input DI. output Y is the CANL output node. The LT1785A/LT1791A have guaranteed receiver input thresholds –200mV < VTH < 0. The driver output assumes a high impedance state when DE is low. Z: Driver Output. The driver output assumes a high impedance state when DE is low. The A receiver input forces a high receiver output when V(A) ≥ [V(B) + 200mV]. the circuit goes to a low power shutdown state. For CAN bus applications DI should be tied low. the B receiver forces a receiver output low. Driver DC Test Load 6 U U U RECEIVER OUTPUT VOC TEST POINT S1 1k VCC CRL 1k S2 1785/91 F02 Figure 2. For CAN applications. The high input impedance allows up to 128 LT1785 or LT1791 transceivers on one RS485 data bus. For CAN bus operation the DE pin is used for signal input to place the data bus in dominant or recessive states. The driver output is protected from shorts between ±60V in both active and high impedance modes. Y: Driver Output. The LT1785A/LT1791A have guaranteed receiver input thresholds –200mV < VTH < 0. Receiver inputs A and B are protected against voltage faults between ±60V. When V(A) ≤ [V(B) – 200mV]. and output B or Z to a low state. TEST CIRCUITS A R VOD R B 1785/91 F01 Figure 1. The driver output is protected from shorts between ±60V in both active and high impedance modes. power is off or thermal shutdown is activated. GND: Ground. VCC: Positive Supply Input. Placing either RE or DE into its active state brings the circuit out of shutdown.1µF low ESR capacitor directly at Pin 8 (VCC). If receiver enable RE and driver enable DE are both in the disable state. The B receiver input forces a high receiver output when V(A) ≥ [V(B) + 200mV]. In the LT1785 driver output Z is internally connected to receiver input B. For CAN applications. TTL level logic input. The high input impedance allows up to 128 LT1785 or LT1791 transceivers on one RS485 data bus. power is off or thermal shutdown is activated.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A PIN FUNCTIONS state. Receiver outputs are guaranteed to be in a high state for 0V inputs. A logic high at DI causes driver output A or Y to a high state. allowing for logic skews in toggling between transmit and receive modes of operation. VCC should be decoupled with a 0. In the LT1785 driver output Y is internally connected to receiver input A. The Z driver output is opposite in phase to the driver input DI. Complementary output states occur for DI low.25V. Receiver inputs A and B are protected against voltage faults between ±60V.

5V 1/2 VO 7 .LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A TEST CIRCUITS 5V DE A DI B RDIFF CL2 CL1 A RO B RE 15pF S1 OUTPUT UNDER TEST 500Ω S2 CL 1785/91 F04 1785/91 F03 VCC Figure 3. Driver/Receiver Timing Test Circuit Figure 4. t f ≤ 10ns t PHL 1. Driver Propagation Delays W W U U U LT1791 INPUTS DI X X X 0 0 0 1 1 1 X 0 1 A-B ≤ – 200mV ≥ 200mV* Open ≤ – 200mV ≥ 200mV* Open ≤ – 200mV ≥ 200mV* Open X X X Y Hi-Z Hi-Z Hi-Z 0 0 0 1 1 1 Hi-Z 0 1 OUTPUTS Z Hi-Z Hi-Z Hi-Z 1 1 1 0 0 0 Hi-Z 1 0 RO 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 Hi-Z Hi-Z Hi-Z * ≥ 0mV for LT1791A f = 125kHz.5V Figure 5. Driver Timing Test Load FU CTIO TABLES LT1785 Transmitting INPUTS RE 0 0 1 1 1 DE 1 1 0 1 1 DI 0 1 X 0 1 A 0 1 Hi-Z 0 1 OUTPUTS B 1 0 Hi-Z 1 0 RO 0 1 Hi-Z Hi-Z Hi-Z RE 0 0 0 0 0 0 INPUTS RE 0 0 0 1 DE 0 0 0 0 DI X X X X A-B ≤ – 200mV ≥200mV* Open X OUTPUT RO 0 1 1 Hi-Z 0 0 0 1 1 1 DE 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 LT1785 Receiving * ≥ 0mV for LT1785A SWITCHI G TI E WAVEFOR S 5V DI 0V t PLH B VO A VO 0V –VO 1/2 VO 10% tr tSKEW 90% VDIFF = V(A) – V(B) tf t SKEW 90% 10% 1785/91 F05 1. t r ≤ 10ns.

The limited overvoltage tolerance of CMOS RS485 transceivers makes implementation of effective external protection networks difficult without interfering with proper data network performance within the – 7V to 12V region of RS485 operation. Replacement of standard RS485 transceiver components with the LT1785 or LT1791 devices eliminates field failures due to overvoltage faults or the use of costly external protection devices. t r ≤ 10ns. tf ≤ 10ns t ZL(SHDN). Driver Enable and Disable Times VOH RO VOL t PHL VOD2 A–B –VOD2 0V 1. t ZH t HZ 1785/91 F06 Figure 6.5V OUTPUT f = 125kHz.5V RO 0V Figure 8. tr ≤ 10ns.5V f = 125kHz.5V OUTPUT NORMALLY HIGH t HZ 0.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A SWITCHI G TI E WAVEFOR S 5V DE 0V 5V A.5V 1.5V W U U W U f = 125kHz. Receiver Propagation Delays 5V RE 0V 5V RO 1.5V 2. . t f ≤ 10ns INPUT t PLH 0V 1785/91 F07 Figure 7. tZL 1. tZH cally – 8V to 12.5V.3V OUTPUT NORMALLY HIGH 0. B 0V t ZH(SHDN). CMOS RS485 transceivers can be damaged by voltages above their absolute maximum ratings of typi- 8 U W 1.5V 1. Industrial installations may encounter common mode voltages between nodes far greater than the – 7V to 12V range specified for compliance to RS485 standards.5V 1.5V 2.5V 1785/91 F08 t ZH(SHDN).5V OUTPUT NORMALLY LOW t LZ 0. t r ≤ 10ns. t ZL t LZ 1. t f ≤ 10ns t ZL(SHDN).3V OUTPUT NORMALLY LOW 0. B VOL VOH A. Receiver Enable and Disable Times APPLICATIO S I FOR ATIO Overvoltage Protection The LT1785/LT1791 RS485/RS422 transceivers answer an applications need for overvoltage fault tolerance on data networks.

To allow full 250kbaud data rate transmission in CAN applications. low attenuation cable with well-matched cable terminations. Figure 11 shows a protection network against faults to the 120VAC line voltage. The receiver output goes to a high impedance state when RE is high. A high state on DE activates the differential driver outputs. Slew Limiting for EMI Emissions Control The LT1785/LT1791 feature controlled driver output slew rates to control high frequency EMI emissions from equipment and data cables. The recovery time from shutdown mode is typically 12µs. Low Power Shutdown The LT1785/LT1791 have RE and DE logic inputs to control the receive and transmit modes of the transceivers.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A APPLICATIO S I FOR ATIO The high overvoltage rating of the LT1785/LT1791 facilitates easy extension to almost any level. Slew limiting also mitigates the adverse affects of imperfect transmission line termination caused by stubs or mismatched cable. ESD Protection The LT1785/LT1791 I/O pins have on-chip ESD protection circuitry to eliminate field failures caused by discharges to exposed ports and cables in application environments.2k resistors in series with these pins. or ±15kV air and ±4kV contact discharges. These pins will survive multiple ESD strikes of ±15kV air discharge or ±4kV contact discharge. Data Network Cable Selection and Termination Long distance data networks operating at high data transmission rates should use high quality. a low state places both driver outputs into high impedance. The LT1785/LT1791 output drivers are guaranteed to drive cables as low as 72Ω. The slew limiting limits data rate operation to 250kbaud. An internal time delay of 3µs minimum prevents entering shutdown due to small logic skews when a toggle between receive and transmit is desired. the LT1791 receiver pins are protected to IEC-1000-4-2 level 2. W U U 9 . Tying the RE and DE logic inputs together may be done to allow one logic signal to toggle the transceiver from receive to transmit modes. short distance networks. The DE input is used as the data input in CAN bus applications. cable termination may be eliminated completely with no adverse effect on data transmission. The user must be careful to allow for this wake-up delay from shutdown mode. The DE logic input performs a similar function on the driver outputs. allowing multiplexing the RO data U line. Simple discrete component networks that limit the receiver input and driver output voltages to less than ±60V can be added to the device to extend protection to any desired level. The naturally high breakdown voltages of the bipolar process provides protection in powered-off and high impedance conditions. This level of ESD protection will guarantee immunity from field failures in all but the most severe ESD environments. Short distance networks at low data rates may use much less expensive PVC cable. The driver outputs use a foldback current limit design to protect against overvoltage faults while still allowing high current output drive. The RE input allows normal data reception when in the low state. The LT1791 receiver input ESD tolerance may be increased to IEC level 4 compliance by adding 2. Due to their very high input impedance. The LT1785 pins A and B and the LT1791 driver output pins Y and Z are protected to IEC-1000-4-2 level 2. Disabling both the driver and receiver places the device into a low supply current shutdown mode. the RE pin should be tied low to prevent entering shutdown mode. In some low speed. These cables have characteristic impedances as low as 72Ω. The LT1785/LT1791 protection is achieved by using a high voltage bipolar integrated circuit process for the transceivers.

MOLD FLASH SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.010 (0.004 – 0.008 – 0.325 (7.010 – 0.019 (0.752) 0.255 –0.457 ± 0.651) 0.150) (LTC DWG # 05-08-1610) 0.020 MIN (0.050 (1.508) MIN 0.801 – 5.065 (1.483) TYP *DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH.014 – 0.125 (3.254 – 0.300) (LTC DWG # 05-08-1510) 0.54) BSC *THESE DIMENSIONS DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH OR PROTRUSIONS.381 ) 0.157** (3.197) 0.406 – 1.255) 0.010 (0.175) 0.791 – 6.346 – 1.244 (5. N8 Package 8-Lead PDIP (Narrow 0.130 ± 0.101 – 0.045 – 0.254) 0°– 8° TYP 0.065 (1.197* (4.988) 7 6 5 0.003 (0.381) 0.005 (3.254) 0.018 ± 0.076) ( +0. Full-Duplex RS422 PACKAGE DESCRIPTION Dimensions in inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted.255 ± 0.889 8.355 – 0.010 INCH (0.053 – 0.229 – 0.270) BSC SO8 1298 1 2 3 4 .203 – 0.006" (0.254mm) PER SIDE 0.302 ± 0.069 (1.325 –0.020 × 45° (0.300 – 0.150 – 0.016 – 0.152mm) PER SIDE **DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE INTERLEAD FLASH.143 – 1.508) 0. INTERLEAD FLASH SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.810 – 3.100 (2.620 – 8.035 0.127) 0.010" (0.228 – 0. MOLD FLASH OR PROTRUSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A APPLICATIO S I FOR ATIO A 12 RO RE DE DI 2 3 4 5 LT1791 Z 10 TX RX B 11 120Ω 11 B Y 9 Figure 9.009 – 0.477 ± 0.189 – 0.400* (10.015 (0.160) MAX 8 7 6 5 0.004) 8 0.270) 10 U 12 A TX 5 4 LT1791 10 Z 120Ω 9 Y RX 2 3 DI DE RE RO 1785/91 F09 W U U U 0.651) TYP 0.050 (0.015 +0.381) 1 2 3 4 N8 1098 0.254mm) S8 Package 8-Lead Plastic Small Outline (Narrow 0.015* (6.

157** (3.381 ( ) 0.065 (1.270) BSC S14 1298 11 .651) 0.143 – 1.508) MIN 2 3 4 5 6 7 0.125) MIN 0.381) 1 0.244 (5.008 – 0.381) 0.270) *DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH.069 (1.738) 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 0.005 (0.197) 0. N Package 14-Lead PDIP (Narrow 0.019 (0.752) 0.255) 0.010 (0.54) *THESE DIMENSIONS DO NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH OR PROTRUSIONS.050 (1.127) 0.020 × 45° (0.010" (0.988) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0. However.229 – 0.010 (0.254) 0° – 8° TYP 0.255 ± 0.150) (LTC DWG # 05-08-1610) 0.010 INCH (0.254 – 0.300 – 0.337 – 0.175) MIN 0.076) N14 1098 S Package 14-Lead Plastic Small Outline (Narrow 0.018 ± 0.035 0.045 – 0.302 ± 0.300) (LTC DWG # 05-08-1510) 0.620 – 8.228 – 0.889 8.130 ± 0.016 – 0.457 ± 0.LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A PACKAGE DESCRIPTION 0.050 (0.015 (0.254mm) +0.255 –0. BSC MOLD FLASH OR PROTRUSIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.053 – 0.065 (1.003 (0.346 – 1.254) 0.015 +0.355 – 0. no responsibility is assumed for its use.014 – 0.325 –0.100 (2.477 ± 0.791 – 6.770* (19. INTERLEAD FLASH SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.325 (7.508) 0.651) TYP 0.020 (0.810 – 3.006" (0.101 – 0. U Dimensions in inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted.150 – 0.009 – 0.483) TYP 0.015* (6.406 – 1.152mm) PER SIDE **DIMENSION DOES NOT INCLUDE INTERLEAD FLASH. Linear Technology Corporation makes no representation that the interconnection of circuits as described herein will not infringe on existing patent rights.005 (3.560 – 8.254mm) PER SIDE Information furnished by Linear Technology Corporation is believed to be accurate and reliable.010 – 0.344* (8.004 – 0.203 – 0.558) MAX 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 0. MOLD FLASH SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.125 (3.

120Ω A 6 5 0. Shutdown and High Input Impedance 50Mbps Precision Quad Line Receiver Isolated RS485 Full-Duplex Transceiver 52Mbps RS485 Half-Duplex Transceiver 52Mbps RS485 Full-Duplex Transceiver COMMENTS ICC = 300µA (Typ) ICC = 300µA Controlled Driver Slew Rate 10Mbaud Operation Up to 256 Transceivers on the Bus Channel-to-Channel Skew 400ps (Typ) 2500VRMS Isolation in Surface Mount Package Propagation Delay Skew 500ps (Typ) Propagation Delay Skew 500ps (Typ) 12 Linear Technology Corporation 1630 McCarthy Blvd.5KE36CA 1785/91 F11 178591fa LT/TP 0501 2K REV A • PRINTED IN THE USA © LINEAR TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION 1998 ..LT1785/LT1785A LT1791/LT1791A TYPICAL APPLICATIONS RO RE DE DI 1 2 3 4 LT1785 A 6 6 A LT1785 7 B 6 A LT1785 7 B 6 A LT1785 RX B 7 RT 120Ω RT 120Ω 7 B RX 1 2 3 4 RO RE DE DI 1785/91 F10 TX RO RE DE DI 1 2 3 4 RX LT1785 TX Figure 11. RS485 Network with 120V AC Line Fault Protection RELATED PARTS PART NUMBER LTC485 LTC491 LTC1483 LTC1485 LTC1487 LTC1520 LTC1535 LTC1685 LTC1687 DESCRIPTION Low Power RS485 Interface Transceiver Differential Driver and Receiver Pair Ultralow Power RS485 Low EMI Transceiver Differential Bus Transceiver Ultralow Power RS485 with Low EMI. CA 95035-7417 (408)432-1900 q FAX: (408) 434-0507 q www.com U TX 4 DI DE 3 2 RE 1 RO 4 DI 3 DE 2 RE 1 RO Figure 10. Milpitas.linear-tech. Half-Duplex RS485 Network Operation 8 B 7 VCC RAYCHEM POLYSWITCH TR600-150 ×2 47Ω RT.1µF 47Ω 300V CARBON COMPOSITE 5W 1.

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