LTC4310 question

Dear Support,

Would it be possible to place two LTC4310 devices on same bus, such that MCU connect to both isolators and access remote sensors on both ends?

Will appreciate your comments,

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on May 28, 2019 3:54 PM

    Hi mhanuel, 

    The LTC4310 work as a pair. There are two, and only two LTC4310 devices on a transformer. The link between LTC4310 devices cannot be shared by additional devices.

    There can be two(or more) parallel sets, with the local LTC4310 devices talking to the same master.

    There is also an LTC4331. The LTC4331 may be interesting for this application depending on how remote these sensors are. The LTC4331 pair can be implemented with isolation, and the local LTC4331 can share the master side bus with other local side LTC4331 devices and/or other I2C slaves.  

    Regards,

    Jason 

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  • +1
    •  Analog Employees 
    on May 28, 2019 3:54 PM

    Hi mhanuel, 

    The LTC4310 work as a pair. There are two, and only two LTC4310 devices on a transformer. The link between LTC4310 devices cannot be shared by additional devices.

    There can be two(or more) parallel sets, with the local LTC4310 devices talking to the same master.

    There is also an LTC4331. The LTC4331 may be interesting for this application depending on how remote these sensors are. The LTC4331 pair can be implemented with isolation, and the local LTC4331 can share the master side bus with other local side LTC4331 devices and/or other I2C slaves.  

    Regards,

    Jason 

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