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Maxim MAX22515 IO-link transceiver with integrated protection

The MAX22515 low-power industrial transceiver can operate as either an IO-Link device or a non-IO-Link sensor transceiver in industrial applications

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The MAX22515 low-power industrial transceiver can operate as either an IO-Link device or a non-IO-Link sensor transceiver in industrial applications. The MAX22515 features a selectable control interface (pin mode or I2C), two integrated linear regulators, and integrated surge protection for robust communication. The transceiver includes one C/Q input-output channel and one digital input (DI) channel. 

The device features a flexible control interface. Pin-control logic inputs allow for operation with switching sensors that do not use a microcontroller.


Key features

  • High Configurability and Integration Reduces SKU
  • Integrated Protection Enables Robust Systems
  • Optimized for Small Designs
  • Flexible control interface

 

Additional features:

  • High Configurability and Integration Reduces SKU
    • Operates from 8 V to 36 V
    • Auxiliary Digital Input (DI)
    • I2C or Pin Mode Control
    • Selectable C/Q Driver Current: 50 mA to 250 mA
    • Selectable C/Q Driver Slew Rate (I2C Mode)
    • Integrated Oscillator for IO-Link Communication
    • IO-Link Wake-Up Detection and Wake-Up Generation
    • Integrated Linear Regulators: 3.3 V and 5 V
    • Compatible Register Set to MAX22513
  • Integrated Protection Enables Robust Systems
    • ±1.2 kV/500 Ω Surge Protection on V24, C/Q, DI, and GND
    • Reverse Polarity Protection on V24, C/Q, DI, and GND
    • Hot-Plug Protection on Supply Input (V24)
    • Glitch Filters for Improved Burst Resilience
    • Selectable Driver Overcurrent Configuration
    • -40 °C to +125 °C Operating Temperature Range
    • Fast Demagnetization of Inductive Loads
  • Optimized for Small Designs
    • Low Power Dissipation: 2 Ω (typ) C/Q Driver On-Resistance
    • 1.3 mA (typ) Supply Current
    • Available in Two Tiny Packages:
      • 20-Bump WLP (2.5 x 2.0mm)
      • 24-Pin TQFN-EP (4 x 4mm)


Applications

  • IO-Link Masters
  • Industrial Sensors
  • IO-Link Sensor and Actuator Devices

 

Additional Info

The MAX22515 is the newest member of the MAXIM's IO-Link sensor transceiver family.

It is a single transceiver with a separate DI  input and integrated ±1.2 kV/500 Ω surge protection in a tiny WLP package with dimensions of only 2.5mm x 2mm. This, plus the usage of active reverse protection which enables the device to achieve the lowest heat dissipation in the market, allows customers to design smaller and cooler IO-LINK sensors.

Integrated functions, such as an integrated clock generator for IO_LINK, two integrated LDOs with 3.3 and 5 V, as well as extensive integrated protection functions like reverse voltage protection, short-circuit protection, and hot-plug protection for all interface pins, simplify design even further.


Available tools

MAX22515EVKIT

  • Evaluation Kit for the MAX22515

The MAX22515 evaluation kit (EV kit) consists of the evaluation board and software. The EV kit is a fully assembled and tested circuit board that evaluates the MAX22515 IO-Link® dual-channel device transceiver. The EV kit includes Windows®-compatible software that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for exercising the features of the MAX22515. The EV kit is connected to a PC through a USB-A-to-micro-B cable.

Key Features

  • IO-Link-Compliant Device Transceiver
  • I/O and I2C Interface Terminals
  • Arduino® Compatible Connector
  • Windows 10-Compatible Software
  • USB-PC Connection
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Fully Assembled and Tested

 Applications/Uses

  • Industrial Sensors
  • IO-Link Masters
  • IO-Link Sensor and Actuator Devices

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