The ISL32613E and ISL32614E are ±16. 5kV HBM ESD protected (7kV IEC61000 contact), 1. 8V powered, single transmitters for differential communication. These drivers have very low bus currents (±40µA), so they present less than a 1/8 unit load to the bus. The low bus currents allow more than 256 transmitters on the network without violating the RS-485 specification’s 32 unit load maximum and without using repeaters. Hot plug circuitry ensures that the Tx outputs remain in a high impedance state while the power supply stabilizes. Both ICs use slew rate limited drivers, which reduce EMI and minimize reflections from improperly terminated transmission lines or unterminated stubs in multidrop and multipoint applications. The ISL32613E is more slew rate limited for data rates up to 128kbps, while the less limited ISL32614E is useful for data rates up to 256kbps. For companion low power single RS-485 receivers, see the ISL32610E datasheet.

Features

  • Wide supply voltage range 1.8V to 3.6V
  • Low quiescent supply current 80µA (max)
    • Very low shutdown supply current 2µA (max)
  • High ESD protection on RS-485 outputs ±16.5kV HBM
    • Class 3 ESD level on all other pins >8kV HBM
  • Specified for +125°C
  • Hot plug - Tx outputs remain three-state during power-up
  • Low Tx leakage allows >256 devices on the bus
  • Slew rate limited for data rates up to 256kbps
  • Current limiting and thermal shutdown for driver overload protection
  • 5V tolerant logic inputs
  • Pb-Free (RoHS Compliant)

Applications

  • Industrial/process control networks
  • Space-constrained systems
  • Factory automation
  • Building environmental control/lighting systems

Product Options

Part Number Part Status Pkg. Type Carrier Type MOQ Buy Sample
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Active SOT23 Reel 250
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Documentation & Downloads

Title language Type Format File Size Date
Datasheets & Errata
ISL32613E, ISL32614E Datasheet Datasheet PDF 682 KB
Application Notes & White Papers
R15AN0002: RS-485 Transient Protection in Industrial DC-Supply Buses Application Note PDF 178 KB
How to Simplify Industrial PC Interfaces 简体中文 White Paper PDF 920 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
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
AN1977: Transient Voltage Suppressors: Operation and Features Application Note PDF 365 KB
AN1980: Ground Potential Differences: Origin and Remedies Application Note PDF 375 KB
PCNs & PDNs
PCN15046 - Wafer Fabrication Site Change for Listed Intersil Products - Global Foundry P6 Process transfer to Palm Bay - Phase II Product Change Notice PDF 398 KB
Downloads
isl32614e Model IBS 19 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