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MCP2515 Series 5.5 V 1 Mb/s Stand Alone SPI Interface CAN Controller- TSSOP-20
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2500 per Reel
Microchip has released a new Product Documents for the MCP2515 Stand-Alone CAN Controller with SPI Interface Data Sheet of devicesNotification Status: FinalDescription of Change: The following is the list of modifications:1. Added AEC-Q100 Qualified in Features. 2. Changed requirements from PS2 > SJW to PS2 ³ SJW in Section 5.5 “Programming Time Segments”.3. Updated Figure 12-8: TXREQ (TXB0CNTRL) to TXREQ (TXB0CTRL).4. Added the AEC-Q100 Automotive Qualification identification to the “Product Identification System”. 5. Several package drawings have been updated in Section 14.0 “Packaging Information”.Impacts to Data Sheet: NoneReason for Change: To Improve ProductivityChange Implementation Status: CompleteDate Document Changes Effective: 22 Apr 2021NOTE: Please be advised that this is a change to the document only the product has not been changed.
Description of Change:1) Added Exposed Thermal Pad description to Table 1-1.2) Updated Section 8.1 “Oscillator Start-up Timer”3) Updated Register 10-1.4) Updated Table 11-2.5) Updated Table 13-1 in Section 13.0 “Electrical Characteristics”.6) Updated the Product Identification System section.Reason for Change: To Improve ManufacturabilityDate Document Changes Effective: 29 Jan 2019NOTE: Please be advised that this is a change to the document only the product has not been changed.
|Supply Voltage-Nom:||2.7V to 5.5V|
|Mounting Method:||Surface Mount|
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CAN (control-area network) is a broadcast serial bus standard for connecting nodes. Each node is able to send and receive messages, but not simultaneously.: a message is transmitted serially onto the bus, one bit after another. The devices that are connected by a CAN network are typically sensors, actuators and control devices.
2500 per Reel