10 tips for RS-485 design [Infographic]

                   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.

PR Newswire

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.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130927/DA87789-INFO)

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.

To download the graphic, please visit: www.ti.com/rs-485designtips-pr

To learn more about TI's top 10 RS-485 design tips, visit:

For analog how-to blogs, articles and videos for industrial designs, visit:

SOURCE Texas Instruments

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