New MAX3301 CAN Transceiver Operates Over -40 to +125 Degrees C
Press Release Summary:
- Incorporates high & plusmn, 45kV ESD HBM protection and an input common mode range of ±, 25V, exceeding the ISO11898 specification of -2V to +7V
- Integrates a fault detection feature for overcurrent, overvoltage and transmission failure
- Ideal for applications where ground planes from different systems are shifting relative to each other
Original Press Release:
Maxim Integrated Max3301 CAN Transceiver Featured by Future Electronics
Montreal, Canada (thomasnet) April 14, 2020 - Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, is introducing the Maxim Integrated MAX3301 group of CAN transceivers.
These industry-first Control Area Network transceivers are part of a +5V family that include integrated protection for industrial applications. The MAX33011E-MAX33012E, and MAX33014E-MAX33015E devices have extended ±65V fault protection on the CAN bus for equipment where overvoltage protection is required. The CAN family also incorporates high ±45kV ESD HBM protection and an input common mode range (CMR) of ±25V, exceeding the ISO11898 specification of -2V to +7V, and well suited for applications where ground planes from different systems are shifting relative to each other.
This Maxim Integrated CAN family incorporates a fault detection feature for overcurrent, overvoltage and transmission failure, in addition to other options that address key CAN application requirements. This includes low-current standby mode, improved EMI performance, silent mode, remote self diagnostics and more. The family of devices operate over the -40°C to +125°C temperature range.
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