• Using ADuM6020 as a replacement for ADuM6000

    Hello,

    I'm using the reference design of the evaluation board EV-ADE9153ASHIELDZ for a design of a power measuring application. As ADuM6000 stocks are low I'm thinking of using a ADuM6020 power isolater to supply a 3.3v isolated supply from a…

  • ADuM6000 MTBF

    Anyone knows where I can find the MTBF of the ADuM6000? The datasheet only specifies de service life 

  • ADuM6000 EMI @ 180 MHz

    My client is currently using the ADuM6000. Apparently after conducting RF Emission testing @ 360MHz their end product is not passing and they believe they have "pinpointed" the emissions coming from the ADuM6000. They also ordered the ADuM6000 eval board…

  • ADUM6000 output voltage tolerance

    Most DC:DC converters will tolerate a slightly higher voltage being applied to the output.  I have inherited a design using several ADUM6000 parts providing 5V power to isolated circuitry that really needs at least 6V.  It would be easy to wire in a 6V…

  • ADum6000 and ADuM4224 Certificates

    Can you provide the certificates for the Safety and regulatory approvals for
    ADuM6000ARWZ and ADUM4224WCRWZ?

  • ADuM6000 and RCin/RCsel High Level thresholds

    Logic levels on pins RCin / RCsel of ADuM6000 are not described
    in the datasheet.

    What is the minimum High voltage Threshold for these logic pins?

     

    The RCin/RCsel input is a standard digital input and has the same threshold
    levels…
  • Comparable device to ADUM6000 but with higher efficiency

    Is there a comparable device to the ADUM6000, but with higher efficiency? The ADUM6000 has up to 31% efficiency.

  • Expected voltage tolerance on the output of ADuM6000

    I have an application that is using the output (Viso) of the ADuM6000 as a reference voltage for a comparator. If Vdd1 is +5.0V and Viso=Vsel, what is the expected range of output voltages? Basically, how do I stack up all of the errors listed in Table…

  • ADuM6000: VDD1 3.3V VISO 3.3V: Output Load 5V Boost Converter

    Hi AD,

    We are using a single ADuM6000 to provide an isolated (VISO) supply of 3.3V from an input voltage source (VDD1) of 3.3V, with the ADuM6000 setup in Master Mode (self regulating, no slave) - the input 3.3V Power Supply has a slew rate of 1.7V/ms…

  • Is ADuM6000 (or ADuM5000) compliant with the USB low power suspend mode current limits?

    Is ADuM6000 (or ADuM5000)compliant with the low power “suspend mode” as defined
    for USB 2.0/3.0 (2.5mA limit in low power suspend mode).

     

    There is no support for USB suspend mode in the ADuM6000.  The ADuM5000 and
    ADuM6000 can be suspended…