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ISL83384ECAZA View Datasheet(PDF) - Intersil

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ISL83384ECAZA ±15kV ESD Protected/ +3V to +5.5V/ +/-1 Microamp/ 250kbps/ RS-232 Transmitters/Receivers Intersil
Intersil Intersil
ISL83384ECAZA Datasheet PDF : 9 Pages
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ISL83384E
5V/DIV
T1IN
T1OUT
R1OUT
VCC = +3.3V
C1 - C4 = 0.1µF
2µs/DIV
FIGURE 8. LOOPBACK TEST AT 250Kbps
Interconnection with 3V and 5V Logic
The ISL83384E directly interfaces with 5V CMOS and TTL
logic families. Nevertheless, with the device at 3.3V, and the
logic supply at 5V, AC, HC, and CD4000 outputs can drive
ISL83384E inputs, but ISL83384E outputs do not reach the
minimum VIH for these logic families. See Table 3 for more
information.
TABLE 3. LOGIC FAMILY COMPATIBILITY WITH VARIOUS
SUPPLY VOLTAGES
SYSTEM
VCC
POWER-SUPPLY SUPPLY
VOLTAGE VOLTAGE
(V)
(V)
COMPATIBILITY
3.3
3.3 Compatible with all CMOS
families.
5
5
Compatible with all TTL and
CMOS logic families.
5
3.3 Compatible with ACT and HCT
CMOS, and with TTL.
ISL83384E outputs are
incompatible with AC, HC, and
CD4000 CMOS inputs.
±15kV ESD Protection
All pins on ISL83XXX devices include ESD protection
structures, but the ISL83384E incorporates advanced
structures which allow the RS-232 pins (transmitter outputs
and receiver inputs) to survive ESD events up to ±15kV. The
RS-232 pins are particularly vulnerable to ESD damage
because they typically connect to an exposed port on the
exterior of the finished product. Simply touching the port
pins, or connecting a cable, can cause an ESD event that
might destroy unprotected ICs. These new ESD structures
protect the device whether or not it is powered up, protect
without allowing any latchup mechanism to activate, and
don’t interfere with RS-232 signals as large as ±25V.
Human Body Model (HBM) Testing
As the name implies, this test method emulates the ESD
event delivered to an IC during human handling. The tester
delivers the charge through a 1.5kcurrent limiting resistor,
making the test less severe than the IEC61000 test which
utilizes a 330limiting resistor. The HBM method
determines an IC’s ability to withstand the ESD transients
typically present during handling and manufacturing. Due to
the random nature of these events, each pin is tested with
respect to all other pins. The RS-232 pins on “E” family
devices can withstand HBM ESD events to ±15kV.
IEC16000-4-2 Testing
The IEC61000 test method applies to finished equipment,
rather than to an individual IC. Therefore, the pins most likely
to suffer an ESD event are those that are exposed to the
outside world (the RS-232 pins in this case), and the IC is
tested in its typical application configuration (power applied)
rather than testing each pin-to-pin combination. The lower
current limiting resistor coupled with the larger charge
storage capacitor yields a test that is much more severe than
the HBM test. The extra ESD protection built into this
device’s RS-232 pins allows the design of equipment
meeting level 4 criteria without the need for additional board
level protection on the RS-232 port.
AIR-GAP DISCHARGE TEST METHOD
For this test method, a charged probe tip moves toward the
IC pin until the voltage arcs to it. The current waveform
delivered to the IC pin depends on approach speed,
humidity, temperature, etc., so it is difficult to obtain
repeatable results. The “E” device RS-232 pins withstand
±15kV air-gap discharges.
CONTACT DISCHARGE TEST METHOD
During the contact discharge test, the probe contacts the
tested pin before the probe tip is energized, thereby
eliminating the variables associated with the air-gap
discharge. The result is a more repeatable and predictable
test, but equipment limits prevent testing devices at voltages
higher than ±8kV. All “E” family devices survive ±8kV contact
discharges on the RS-232 pins.
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FN6017.3
March 15, 2005
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