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±80V Fault-Protected, 2Mbps, Low Supply Current CAN Transceivers

Product Details

The MAX3050/MAX3057 interface between the CAN protocol controller and the physical wires of the bus lines in a controller area network (CAN). They are primarily intended for systems requiring data rates up to 2Mbps and feature ±80V fault protection against short circuits in high-voltage power buses. They provide differential transmit capability to the bus and differential receive capability to the CAN controller.

The MAX3050/MAX3057 have four modes of operation: high speed, slope control, standby, and shutdown. High-speed mode allows data rates up to 2Mbps. In slope-control mode, data rates are 40kbps to 500kbps, so the effects of EMI are reduced, and unshielded twisted or parallel cable can be used. In standby mode, the transmitters are shut off and the receivers are put into low-current mode. In shutdown mode, the transmitter and receiver are switched off.

The MAX3050 has an AutoShutdown™ function that puts the device into a 15µA shutdown mode when the bus or CAN controller is inactive for 4ms or longer.

The MAX3050/MAX3057 are available in an 8-pin SO package and are specified for operation from -40°C to +125°C.

Key Features

  • ±80V Fault Protection for 42V Systems
  • Four Operating Modes
    • High-Speed Operation Up to 2Mbps
    • Slope-Control Mode to Reduce EMI (40kbps to 500kbps)
    • Standby Mode
    • Low-Current Shutdown Mode
  • AutoShutdown when Device Is Inactive (MAX3050)
  • Automatic Wake-Up from Shutdown (MAX3050)
  • Thermal Shutdown
  • Current Limiting
  • Fully Compliant with the ISO-11898-2 Standard (MAX3050 Only)

Applications/Uses

  • HVAC Controls
  • Telecom 72V Systems
Parametric specs for Controller Area Network (CAN) Transceivers
VSUPPLY (V) 5
Fault Protect. (±V) 80
ICC (Dominant Mode) (mA) (max) 6
ICC (Recessive Mode) (mA) (typ) 5.5
ICC (Shutdn.) (µA) (typ) 15
ESD Protect. (±kV) 3
Common Mode Range (V) -7 to +12
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
$1.91 @1k
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Parameters

Parametric specs for Controller Area Network (CAN) Transceivers
VSUPPLY (V) 5
Fault Protect. (±V) 80
ICC (Dominant Mode) (mA) (max) 6
ICC (Recessive Mode) (mA) (typ) 5.5
ICC (Shutdn.) (µA) (typ) 15
ESD Protect. (±kV) 3
Common Mode Range (V) -7 to +12
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
$1.91 @1k

Key Features

  • ±80V Fault Protection for 42V Systems
  • Four Operating Modes
    • High-Speed Operation Up to 2Mbps
    • Slope-Control Mode to Reduce EMI (40kbps to 500kbps)
    • Standby Mode
    • Low-Current Shutdown Mode
  • AutoShutdown when Device Is Inactive (MAX3050)
  • Automatic Wake-Up from Shutdown (MAX3050)
  • Thermal Shutdown
  • Current Limiting
  • Fully Compliant with the ISO-11898-2 Standard (MAX3050 Only)

Applications/Uses

  • HVAC Controls
  • Telecom 72V Systems

Description

The MAX3050/MAX3057 interface between the CAN protocol controller and the physical wires of the bus lines in a controller area network (CAN). They are primarily intended for systems requiring data rates up to 2Mbps and feature ±80V fault protection against short circuits in high-voltage power buses. They provide differential transmit capability to the bus and differential receive capability to the CAN controller.

The MAX3050/MAX3057 have four modes of operation: high speed, slope control, standby, and shutdown. High-speed mode allows data rates up to 2Mbps. In slope-control mode, data rates are 40kbps to 500kbps, so the effects of EMI are reduced, and unshielded twisted or parallel cable can be used. In standby mode, the transmitters are shut off and the receivers are put into low-current mode. In shutdown mode, the transmitter and receiver are switched off.

The MAX3050 has an AutoShutdown™ function that puts the device into a 15µA shutdown mode when the bus or CAN controller is inactive for 4ms or longer.

The MAX3050/MAX3057 are available in an 8-pin SO package and are specified for operation from -40°C to +125°C.

Simplified Block Diagram

MAX3050, MAX3057: Typical Operating Circuit MAX3050, MAX3057: Typical Operating Circuit Zoom icon

Technical Docs

Support & Training

Search our knowledge base for answers to your technical questions.

Filtered Search

Our dedicated team of Applications Engineers are also available to answer your technical questions. Visit our support portal