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3.3V, Full Duplex, 10Mbps, EIA RS-485 Transceiver
Analog Devices Inc.

Description
The ADM3491 is a low power differential line transceiver designed to operate using a single +3.3 V power supply. Low power consumption coupled with a shutdown mode make it ideal for power...
Features
Operate with 3.3 V supply Interoperable with 5 V logic EIA RS-422 and RS-485 compliant over full common-mode range Data rate options: 10 Mbps Half- and full-duplex options 2 nA supply current in shutdown mode Up to 32 transceivers on the bus ?7 V to +12 V bus common-mode range Specified over the –40°C to +85°C temperature range 8 ns skew 14-lead SOIC packages

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