The XR33180, XR33181, XR33183 and XR33184 are high performance RS-485/RS-422 receivers designed to meet the increasing system requirements found in today’s high performance serial communication applications.
The receiver includes enhanced failsafe circuitry, guaranteeing a logic-high receiver output when the receiver inputs are open, shorted, or undriven. The XR33180/81/83/84 (XR3318x) receiver input impedance is at least 48kΩ (1/4 unit load), allowing more than 128 devices on the bus. The bus pins are ESD protected and pass IEC61000 level 4 (±15kV).
This is a wide supply (3.0V to 5.5V) device that operates at a maximum data rate of 52Mbps and comes in very small 5-pin and 6-pin TSOT23 packages, making this standalone receiver ideal for high speed point-to-point RS-485 applications where space is a concern.
The XR3318x offers several pinout options to maximize performance in different applications while maintaining a minimum pin count. The XR33180 is available in a 5-pin TSOT23 package with the receiver always enabled. The XR33181 is available in a 6-pin TSOT23 package and offers an active high receiver enable pin while the XR33183 has the same pinout but with active low enable pin. The XR33184 is available in a 6-pin TSOT23 package with an I/O logic supply pin to ease the interface to MCU’s or FPGA’s that run off of different supply voltages. The VL supply pin allows the XR33184 to interface to other devices running off of supplies from ranging from 1.65V to VCC.
All XR3318x options operate up to a max data rate of 52Mbps and have excellent propagation delay and skew characteristics making them a good choice for clock fanout or clock distribution systems.
- Wide 3V to 5.5V supply operation
- 52Mbps data rate
- Robust ESD protection
- ±15kV human body model
- ±15kV IEC61000-4-2 air discharge
- ±8kV IEC61000-4-2 contact discharge
- Enhanced receiver failsafe protection for open, shorted, or terminated but idle data lines
- 1.65 to 5.5V Logic Interface VL pin (XR33184)
- Enable (high and low) pins for redundant operation
- Three-state output stage (XR33181, XR33183)
- 15ns maximum receiver propagation delay
- 2ns maximum receiver skew
- 8ns maximum package-to-package skew time
- -7V to +12V common mode range
- Reduced unit loads allows up to 128 receivers on bus
- Tiny TSOT23-5 package
- -40°C to 125°C ambient operating temperature range
- Base stations
- Clock distribution
- HVAC networks
- Building and process automation
- Security equipment
- Telecom equipment
- Local area networks
- Industrial process control
- Point-of-sale equipment
Parts & Purchasing
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OBS (Obsolete) - the part is no longer being manufactured and may not be ordered.
NRND (Not Recommended for New Designs) - the part is not recommended for new designs.
|11/15/2016||Standard reel quantity will change from 2500 pieces to 3000 pieces.||PCN 16-0625-02 reel size-1033.pdf|
Frequently Asked Questions
For RS-232 it is 50 feet (15 meters), or the cable length equal to a capacitance of 2500 pF, at a maximum transmission rate of 19.2kbps. When we reduce the baud rate, it allows for longer cable length. For Example:
Baud Rate (bps)
Maximum RS-232 Cable Length (ft)
Fail Safe is an attempt to keep the output of the RS-485 receiver to a known state. Transceivers may have standard fail safe or advanced / enhanced receiver fail safe features. Standard fail safe supports open inputs while enhanced fail safe transceivers such as the SP339 and XR34350 support open input, shorted input and undriven terminated lines without external biasing. See Application Note ANI-22 for more detail.
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