Renesas RS-485 Transceivers for High-Speed Applications

Renesas RS-485 transceivers offer robust protection features while transmitting data rates up to 100MB/s on networks with up to 160 nodes.

TIA/EIA-485 and TIA/EIA-422 (also known as RS-485 and RS-422) are widely used standards covering wired communication at data rates up to 10 MB/s over distances of up to 1,200 m (4,000 feet) in noisy industrial environments. The RS-485 is the more popular standard and is used as the underlying physical layer for industrial and process control system automation protocols, as well as fieldbus networks including Modbus, PROFIBUS DP, and PROFIBUS FMS. As modern automated industrial environments increasingly demand real-time motor control, robotic work cells and IoT functionality, the maximum RS-485 data rate of 10MB/s now falls short. To meet the newer requirements Renesas has introduced full-featured RS-422/RS-485 transceivers that have maximum Rx and Tx skews for operation up to 100 MB/s, offering higher input resistance to more devices on the bus, higher temperature operation, higher levels of EDS protection, larger differential output voltage, enhanced overvoltage protection (OVP), higher CMR up to ±25 V, and failsafe operation. Get the details and learn more about the Renesas RS-485 transceivers for high-speed applications in this detailed article. 

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