TI introduces high-temperature transceivers for oil exploration equipment

21st January 2009
Posted By : ES Admin
TI introduces high-temperature transceivers for oil exploration equipment
Two new ceramic-packaged transceivers from Texas Instruments enable data communication in high-temperature applications. The devices feature no thermal shutdown, meeting the demanding requirements of oil exploration applications, such as downhole drilling. The SN65HVD11SJD 3.3-V single, half-duplex RS-485 transceiver and the SN65HVD233SJD 3.3-V CAN transceiver are the first two parts for an extended temperature range of -55C to 210C to be released from TI and are from a complete signal chain and power roadmap targeting applications operating in harsh environments. Future products will include data acquisition, processing and power managment devices.
The SN65HVD11SJD 3.3-V single, half-duplex RS-485 transceiver and the SN65HVD233SJD 3.3-V CAN transceiver are the first two parts for an extended temperature range of -55C to 210C to be released from TI and are from a complete signal chain and power roadmap targeting applications operating in harsh environments. Future products will include data acquisition, processing and power managment devices.

Key Features
. Extended temperature range (-55C to 210C)
. Extended high-temperature operating life (1000 hours)
. 8-pin ceramic DIP and Known Good Die packaging
. No thermal shutdown
. SN65HVD11SJD
o Operates with a 3.3-V supply
o Based on ANSI TIA/EIA-485-A
o Bus pin short-circuit protection from -7-V to 12-V
o ESD protection of 16kV Human-Body Model (HBM)
o 10 Mbps speed
. SN65HVD233SJD
o 3.3-V CAN transceiver
o Compatible with ISO 11898
o Signaling rates up to 1 Mbps
o Bus pin short-circuit protection to ±36-V
o Exceeds ESD protection of 16kV Human-Body Model (HBM)

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