Isolated, Single-Channel RS232 transceiver (Isolated RS232 to UART)

Isolated, Single-Channel RS232 transceiver (Isolated RS232 to UART)

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The project presented here provides an isolated interface between the RS-232 cable network and the connected UART systems to protect against voltage spikes and ground loops within the noisy environment and improve system reliability. The project achieves a robust data communication link in harsh industrial environment. ADM3251E chip from Analog Devices is the heart of the project, this chip is a high speed, 2.5KV fully isolated, single-channel RS-232 transceiver device that operates from a single 5 V power supply. Due to the high ESD protection on the RIN and TOUT pins, the device is ideally suited for operation in electrically harsh environments or where RS-232 cables are frequently being plugged and unplugged. Four external 0.1 μF charge pump capacitors are used for the voltage doubler/inverter, permitting operation from a single 5 V supply.  Project operates at data rates up to 460kbps. RS-232 transceiver D-Sub 9 Pin Female block provide convenient signal connections. D2 Power LEDs on respective isolation ends. The chip has inbuilt isolated DC-DC Converter thus the project can work with single supply. Apply 5V DC to CN2 and project is ready to go.

Isolated, Single-Channel RS232 transceiver (Isolated RS232 to UART) – [Link]

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