Digital Isolator 5.5 V 1 μA 5kVrms 2.5ns 20 Surface Mount 15.54mm 7.59mm 2.44mm -40°C +125°C

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COO (Country of Origin): CN
Product Details

The ADuM4154 is an SPIsolator™ digital isolator optimized for a serial peripheral interface (SPI) that includes support for up to four slave devices. Based on the Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® chip scale transformer technology, the low propagation delay and jitter in the CLK, MO/SI, MI/SO, and SS SPI bus signals support SPI clock rates of up to 17 MHz. The ADuM4154 isolator also provides a slave select multiplexing system that allows up to four slave devices to be serviced from one isolator. When a target slave is selected, the slave select signal propagates to the desired output with low propagation delay, allowing tight timing control. The isolated SSx is addressed through a 250 kbps low speed, 2-channel address bus, allowing the target slave device to be changed in as little as 2.5 μs.

Supports up to 17 MHz SPI clock speed
4 high speed, low propagation delay, SPI signal isolation channels
Supports up to 4 slave devices
20-lead SOIC_IC package with 8.3 mm creepage
High temperature operation: 125°C
High common-mode transient immunity: >25 kV/μs
Industrial programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
Sensor isolation

Attribute Value
Maximum Forward Voltage 5.5 V
Maximum Input Current 1 μA
Isolation Voltage 5kVrms
Rise Time 2.5ns
Number of Pins 20
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Length 15.54mm
Width 7.59mm
Depth 2.44mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +125°C
Series ADUM4154
Supply Voltage 3 → 5.5 V
On back order for despatch 07/01/2020, delivery within 5 working days from despatch date.
Price (ex. GST) Each (In a Tube of 31)
$ 9.59
(exc. GST)
$ 10.55
(inc. GST)
Per unit
Per Tube*
31 - 31
62 - 279
310 +
*price indicative
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