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DEI1038-G

The ARINC 429 Line Driver Circuit is a bipolar monolithic IC designed to meet the requirements of several general aviation serial data bus standards. These include the differential bipolar RZ types such as ARINC 429, ARINC 571, and ARINC 575 as well as the differential NRZ types such as RS-422.


Features

  • ARINC 429 Line Driver for high speed (100KHz) and low speed (12.5KHz) data rates.
  • Pin Compatible with HI-8383J including 13ô_Õ output resistor.
  • Low EMI RS-422 Line Driver mode for data rates up to 100 KHz.
  • Adjustable Slew rates via external capacitors.
  • Inputs TTL and CMOS Compatible.
  • Low Quiescent Power of 125mW (typical)
  • Programmable output differential range via VREF pin.
  • Outputs are not fused.
  • Drives full ARINC load of 400ô_Õ and 0.03ªïF.
  • -55° to +85° operating temperature range.
  • 100% Final testing.

Attributes

temp range: -55 to 85
product package type: 28 PLCC G
burn in:
channels: 1
power supply range: +/-15
lightning protection:
Years to EOL: 10
holt x-ref: HI-8383J
output resistance: 13
fused outputs:
digital psu: 5
ABD0100:
package description: 28 Pin Plastic J-lead Chip Carrier
package type: Surface Mount
package pic: 28L LCC Plastic.png
jedec: DS-MW-01038-01
RoHS: MS-018-AB
product status:
Replacement PN: Contact Manufacturer

Functional Description:

The ARINC 429 Line Driver Circuit is a bipolar monolithic IC designed to meet the requirements of several general aviation serial data bus standards. These include the differential bipolar RZ types such as ARINC 429, ARINC 571, and ARINC 575 as well as the differential NRZ types such as RS-422.

The DEI1032 operates in either ARINC 429 mode or RS-422 mode as controlled by the 429/422' pin. In 429 mode, the serial data is presented on DATA(A) and DATA(B) inputs in the dual rail format of the DEI1016. The driver is enabled by the SYNC and CLOCK inputs. The output voltage level is programmed by the VREF input and is normally tied to +5VDC along with V1 to produce output levels of +5 volts, 0 volts, and

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