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Stock: 15,000

On Order:Order inventroy details 2,500
Factory Stock:Factory Stock: 0
Factory Lead Time: 8 Weeks
Minimum Order: 2,500
Multiple Of: 2,500
Quantity Web Price
2,500+ $0.845
Total:

$2,112.50

USD
Attributes
Attributes Table
Interface CAN
No of Functions / Channels 1
Data Rate-Max 125kBd
Supply Voltage-Nom 4.75V to 5.25V
Features and Applications

The TJA1055T/3/C,518 is a part of TJA105 series transceiver. It has an operating temperature ranging from - 40 °C to + 85°C and is available in SOIC-14 package.

The TJA1055 is the interface between the protocol controller and the physical bus wires in a Controller Area Network (CAN). It is primarily intended for low-speed applications up to 125 kBd in passenger cars. The device provides differential receive and transmit capability but will switch to single-wire transmitter and/or receiver in error conditions.

Features:

  • Optimized for in-car low-speed communication:
    • Pin-to-pin compatible with TJA1054 and TJA1054A
    • Baud rate up to 125 kBd
    • Up to 32 nodes can be connected
    • Supports unshielded bus wires
    • Very low ElectroMagnetic Emission (EME) due to built-in slope control function and a very good matching of the CANL and CANH bus outputs
    • Very high ElectroMagnetic Immunity (EMI) in normal operating mode and in low power modes
    • Fully integrated receiver filters
    • Transmit Data (TxD) dominant time-out function
    • High ESD robustness:
      • ±8 kV Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protection Human Body Model (HBM) for off-board pins
      • ±6 kV Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protection IEC 61000-4-2 for off-board pins
    • Low-voltage microcontroller support
  • Bus failure management:
    • Supports single-wire transmission modes with ground offset voltages up to 1.5 V
    • Automatic switching to single-wire mode in the event of bus failures, even when the CANH bus wire is short-circuited to VCC
    • Automatic reset to differential mode if bus failure is removed
    • Full wake-up capability during failure modes
  • Protections:
    • Bus pins short-circuit safe to battery and to ground
    • Thermally protected
    • Bus lines protected against transients in an automotive environment
    • An unpowered node does not disturb the bus lines
    • Microcontroller interface without reverse current paths, if unpowered
  • Support for low power modes:
    • Low-current sleep mode and standby mode with wake-up via the bus lines
    • Software accessible power-on reset flag