IO-Link® is a 3-wire industrial communications standard designed for linking sensors and actuators into control networks. In IO-Link applications, the transceiver acts as the physical layer interface to a microcontroller running the data-link layer protocol while supporting up to 24V digital inputs and outputs. Maxim transceivers support all IO-Link specifications.
Binary drivers use a standard 24V, 3-wire industrial interface. These drivers typically support high-side (pnp), low-side (npn), or push-pull configurations along with normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) logic. Maxim’s binary drivers integrate transient protection that meets IEC 60255-5 surges up to ±1.3kV as well as OTP programming options to set 3.3V or 5V outputs, the timing of the power-on reset (POR) delay.
IO-Link Reference Designs ›
|System Board||6121||MAXREFDES37#: IO-Link Quad Servo Driver|
|System Board||6095||MAXREFDES79#: 4-Port IO-Link Master|
|System Board||5944||MAXREFDES74#: 18-Bit Precision Data Acquisition System|
|System Board||5879||MAXREFDES36#: IO-Link 16-Channel Digital Input Hub|
|System Board||5868||MAXREFDES27#: IO-Link Optical Proximity Sensor|
|System Board||5819||Santa Cruz (MAXREFDES23#): IO-Link Light Sensor|
|Reference Circuit||3161||Designing Robust and Fault-Tolerant Motion-Control Feedback Systems|