Analog Devices 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet PHY | Featured Product SpotlightNovember 27, 2019 by Mouser Electronics
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Analog Devices 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
Analog Devices’ ADIN1300 Gigabit Ethernet PHY is a robust, low latency, and low-power single port ethernet transceiver optimized for industrial applications.
The ADIN1300 offers industrial-grade performance in a 6mm x 6mm 40-lead LFCSP package. It provides improved performance for use in time-critical industrial networks, with an industry-leading 10000BASE-T RGMII total latency of 294ns.
It also offers reduced power, with 3 separate power domains enabling the MAC interface to operate as low as 1.8V and 1000BASE-T RGMII power consumption as low as 332mW with 100% data throughput and full activity. The IC has an Energy Efficient Ethernet PHY core that complies with IEEE 802.3az, supporting Energy Efficient Ethernet Low Power Idle mode and other low power modes to reduce power consumption and heat generation.
The device is also very robust and designed to withstand the challenges of industrial environments. It can operate at temperatures up to 105°C and has been extensively tested for EMC immunity.
The ADIN1300 integrates analog circuitry, clock buffering, a management interface, a MAC interface, and other hardware in addition to the PHY. The MAC supports MII, RMII, and RGMII interfaces. It also has on-chip power supply monitoring and power-on reset for brownout protection to increase system robustness.
To learn more about Analog Devices’ ADIN1300 Robust and Low Latency Gigabit Ethernet PHY for industrial applications, visit Mouser.com.
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