Analog Devices Inc. Industrial Ethernet PHY | New Product BriefFebruary 03, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Analog Devices Inc. Industrial Ethernet PHY
Analog Devices’ ADIN1200 low-power industrial ethernet PHY simplifies the design of industrial automation, process control, and other industrial equipment that requires low-latency ethernet communication.
The ADIN1200 is a single-port Ethernet PHY that supports various MAC interfaces and integrates analog circuitry, clock buffering, and other functions. The device can operate at data rates up to 100 megabits per second and provides low transmit and receive latency for use in deterministic applications.
The ADIN1200 can handle harsh industrial environments, offering high levels of immunity against EMI and operation at ambient temperatures up to 105°C. The IC can operate from a single 3.3 volt supply, but it also offers the flexibility of a separate VDDIO supply to allow operation as low as 1.8 volts to minimize power.
The device can operate in managed or unmanaged applications, with unmanaged configurations set using multilevel pin strapping.
- MII, RMII and RGMII MAC interfaces
- Integrates all associated common circuitry for easier design
- 10Mbps and 100Mbps operation
- Low total latency: 300ns (100BASE-TX MII)
- Robust performance in industrial environments
- High levels of EMI immunity
- Specified for ambient operation up to +105°C
- Single supply operation at 3.3V
- 3.3 V/2.5 V/1.8 V MAC interface VDDIO supply
- 139mW power consumption for 100BASE-TX
- Managed or unmanaged applications
- Unmanaged configuration using multilevel pin strapping
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