|Information||8-Bit SPI GPIO Expander|
|Supply Voltage Range VCC (V)||1.65V to 3.6V|
|5V Tolerant Inputs||✔|
|Max UART/GPIO Input Voltage (V)||5.5|
|Max UART/GPIO Output Voltage (V)||VCC|
|No. of GPIOs||8|
|Interrupt Output Pin||Yes|
|Reset Input Pin||✔|
|Integrated Level Shifters|
|Internal Pull-Up Resistors Enabled at Power-up|
|Temperature Range (°C)||-40 to 85|
The XRA1402 is an 8-bit GPIO expander with an SPI interface. After power-up, the XRA1402 has internal 100K ohm pull-up resistors on each I/O pin that can be individually enabled.
In addition, the GPIOs on the XRA1402 can individually be controlled and configured. As outputs, the GPIOs can be outputs that are high, low or in three-state mode. The three-state mode feature is useful for applications where the power is removed from the remote devices, but they may still be connected to the GPIO expander.
As inputs, the internal pull-up resistors can be enabled or disabled and the input polarity can be inverted. The interrupt can be programmed for different behaviors. The interrupts can be programmed to generate an interrupt on the rising edge, falling edge or on both edges. The interrupt can be cleared if the input changes back to its original state or by reading the current state of the inputs.
The XRA1402 is available in 16-pin QFN and 16-pin TSSOP packages.
- 1.65V to 3.6V operating voltage
- 8 General Purpose I/Os (GPIOs)
- 5V tolerant inputs
- Maximum stand-by current of 1uA at +1.8V
- SPI bus interface
- SPI Clock Frequency up to 26MHz
- Individually programmable inputs
- Internal pull-up resistors
- Polarity inversion
- Individual interrupt enable
- Rising edge and/or Falling edge interrupt
- Input filter
- Individually programmable outputs
- Output Level Control
- Output Three-State Control
- Open-drain active low interrupt output
- Active-low reset input
- 3kV HBM ESD protection per JESD22-A114F
- 200mA latch-up performance per JESD78B
- Personal Digital Assistants (PDA)
- Cellular Phones/Data Devices
- Battery-Operated Devices
- Global Positioning System (GPS)
Documentation & Design Tools
|Data Sheets||XRA1402 8-Bit SPI GPIO Expander||1.0.2||February 2022||1.2 MB|
|User Guides & Manuals||XRA1402_XRA1404 Evaluation Board User's Manual||1.0.0||October 2011||245.4 KB|
|Schematics & Design Files||Evaluation Board Schematic||1.0||October 2011||83.3 KB|
|Product Brochures||Interface Brochure||October 2019||1.3 MB|
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NRND (Not Recommended for New Designs) - the part is not recommended for new designs.
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