The ISL31470E, ISL31472E, ISL31475E, and ISL31478E are fault protected, extended common-mode range differential transceivers that exceed the RS-485 and RS-422 standards for balanced communication. The RS-485 bus pins (driver outputs and receiver inputs) are protected against overvoltages up to ±60V. Additionally, these transceivers operate in environments with common-mode voltages up to ±15V (exceeds the RS-485 requirement), making this RS-485 family one of the more robust on the market. Transmitters deliver an exceptional 2. 5V (typical) differential output voltage into the RS-485 specified 54Ω load. This yields better noise immunity than standard RS-485 ICs, or allows up to six 120Ω terminations in star topologies. The receiver (Rx) inputs feature a Full Fail-Safe design that ensures a logic high Rx output if the Rx inputs are floating, shorted, or on a terminated but undriven (idle) bus. The Rx outputs feature high drive levels - typically 15mA at VOL = 1V (to ease the design of opto-coupled isolated interfaces). Half duplex (Rx inputs and Tx outputs multiplexed together) and full duplex pinouts are available. For an RS-485 family with a ±25V extended common-mode range, see the ISL31490E datasheet.

Features

  • Fault protected RS-485 bus pins: up to ±60V
  • Extended common-mode range: ±15V larger than required for RS-485
  • 1/4 unit load for up to 128 devices on the bus
  • High transient overvoltage tolerance: ±80V
  • Full fail-safe (open, short, terminated) RS-485 receivers
  • High Rx IOL for opto-couplers in isolated designs
  • Hot plug circuitry - Tx and Rx outputs remain three-state during power-up/power-down
  • Choice of RS-485 data rates: 250kbps to 15Mbps
  • Low quiescent supply current: 2.3mA
  • Ultra low shutdown supply current: 10µA
  • Pb-free (RoHS compliant)

Applications

  • Utility Meters/Automated Meter Reading Systems
  • High Node Count Systems
  • PROFIBUS™ and Field Bus Networks, and Factory Automation
  • Security Camera Networks
  • Building Lighting and Environmental Control Systems
  • Industrial/Process Control Networks

Product Options

Part Number Part Status Pkg. Type Carrier Type MOQ Buy Sample
Active SOICN Tube 980
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Active SOICN Reel 2500
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Active SOICN Reel 250
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Documentation & Downloads

Title language Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
ISL31470E, ISL31472E, ISL31475E, ISL31478E Datasheet Datasheet PDF 1.21 MB
Application Notes & White Papers
R15AN0002: RS-485 Transient Protection in Industrial DC-Supply Buses Application Note PDF 178 KB
AN1991: Isolating RS-485 Interfaces with High-Speed Digital Optocouplers Application Note PDF 513 KB
AN1990: RS-485 Transceivers in J1708 Physical Layer Applications of Heavy Duty Vehicles Application Note PDF 826 KB
AN1987: RS-485 External Fail-Safe Biasing for Isolated Long Haul Buses Application Note PDF 443 KB
AN1986: External Fail-Safe Biasing of RS-485 Networks Application Note PDF 582 KB
AN1985: Transient Protection for the Standard RS-485 Transceiver: ISL3152E Application Note PDF 335 KB
AN1989: RS-422 vs RS-485: Similarities and Key Differences Application Note PDF 440 KB
AN1977: Transient Voltage Suppressors: Operation and Features Application Note PDF 365 KB
AN1980: Ground Potential Differences: Origin and Remedies Application Note PDF 375 KB
AN1978: Surge Protection for Intersil's Standard RS-485 Transceivers Application Note PDF 369 KB
AN1976: Important Transient Immunity Tests for RS-485 Networks Application Note PDF 338 KB
AN1979: Surge Protection simplified with Intersil's Overvoltage Protected (OVP) Transceivers Application Note PDF 500 KB
PCNs & PDNs
PCN12085 - 8l, 14l, 16l SOIC w/ Gold Bond Wire @ ATP as Alternate Assembly Site Product Change Notice PDF 152 KB
Downloads
isl31472e Model IBS 28 KB
Other
Analog ICs Brochure 日本語 Brochure PDF 4.20 MB
PIN19028 - Q3 Cy 19 Price Increase Notice Price Increase Notice PDF 208 KB
TB506: Functional Principles of RS-485 Drivers and Receivers Other PDF 156 KB
TB509: Detecting Bus Signals Correctly with Failsafe Biased RS-485 Receivers Other PDF 240 KB
TB511: The Unit Load Concept Other PDF 253 KB
TB505: Understanding the Difference between HBM and IEC 61000-4-2 ESD Immunity Other PDF 254 KB