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ON Semiconductor NCN5150 Wired M-BUS Slave Transceiver

ON Semiconductor NCN5150 Wired M-BUS Slave Transceiver

ON Semiconductor NCN5150 Wired M-BUS Slave Transceivers provide all of the functions needed to satisfy the European Standards EN 13757−2 and EN 1434−3 describing the physical layer requirements for M-BUS. It includes a programmable power level of up to 2 (SOIC version) or 6 (NQFP version) unit loads, which are available for use in external circuits through a 3.3 V LDO regulator. The NCN5150 can provide communication up to the maximum M-BUS communication speed of 38,400 baud (half-duplex).

Features
  • Single-chip MBUS Transceiver
  • UART Communication Speeds Up to 38,400 baud
  • Integrated 3.3 V VDD LDO Regulator with Extended Peak Current Capability of 15 mA
  • Supports Powering Slave Device from the Bus or from External Power Supply
  • Adjustable I/O Levels
  • Adjustable Constant Current Sink up to 2 or 6 Unit Loads Depending on the Package
  • Low Bus Voltage Operation
  • Extended Current Budget for External Circuits: at least 0.88 mA
  • Polarity Independent
  • Power-Fail Function
  • Fast Startup − No External Transistor Required on STC Pin
  • Industrial Ambient Temperature Range of −40°C to +85°C
  • Available in:
    • 16-pin SOIC (Pin-to-Pin Compatible with TSS721A)
    • 20-pin QFN
  • These are Pb-free Devices
Applications
  • Multi-energy utility meters
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