10 tips for RS-485 design [Infographic]
Texas Instruments tackles the most common questions engineers ask when
designing RS-485 systems for high noise-immunity and robust communication over
long cable lengths.
DALLAS, Sept. 27, 2013
DALLAS, Sept. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN)
compiled a list of the top 10 RS-485 design tips, including how to determine
maximum cable length, how to decipher termination equations, how to connect
bus nodes and more, into an infographic published today.
When designing industrial automation, motion control, e-meter, security
electronics or building automation systems, engineers face the challenge of
designing for high noise-immunity and robust communication over long cable
lengths. TI offers single- or multi-channel, half- or full-duplex, 3.3- or
5-V-supply RS-485 integrated circuits (ICs), with a variety of features,
including high-voltage standoff, fail-safe receivers and integrated isolation.
Evaluation kits, simulation models, and application notes make it easy to
complete the design.
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