Maxim Integrated MAX22166 Six-Channel Digital Isolators

Maxim Integrated MAX22166 Six-Channel Digital Isolators

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Maxim Integrated MAX22166 Six-Channel Digital Isolators are reinforced, fast, low-power galvanic isolators utilizing ADI’s proprietary process technology. The MAX22166 offers reinforced isolation with a withstand voltage rating of 3kVRMS for 60 seconds. The MAX22166 features all six channels transmitting digital signals in one direction.

The Maxim Integrated MAX22166 Six-Channel Digital Isolators are rated for operation at ambient temperature from -40°C to +125°C and are available in a 16-QSOP package.

Features

  • Reinforced galvanic isolation for digital signals
  • 16-QSOP with 4mm Creepage and clearance
  • Withstands 3kVRMS for 60s (VISO)
  • Continuously withstands 445VRMS (VIOWM)
  • Withstands ±10kV surge between GNDA and GNDB with 1.2/50μs waveform
  • High CMTI (50kV/μs, typ)
  • Low power consumption
  • 0.71mW per Channel at 1Mbps with VDD = 1.8V
  • 1.34mW per Channel at 1Mbps with VDD = 3.3V
  • 3.21mW per Channel at 100Mbps with VDD = 1.8V
  • Low propagation delay and low jitter
  • Maximum data rate up to 200Mbps
  • Low propagation delay 7ns (typ) at VDD = 3.3V
  • Clock jitter RMS 11.1ps (typ)
  • Safety regulatory approvals
  • UL According to UL1577
  • cUL According to CSA Bulletin 5A
  • VDE 0884-11 reinforced insulation (Pending)

Application Diagram

more information: https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/products/interface/isolation/MAX22566.html

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