The ADM3054 is not a CAN FD isolated transceiver. The top speed is 1Mbps.
Check out the ADM3055E for CAN FD up to 12Mbps
Or the LTM2889 for CAN FD up to 4Mbps
I have attached an IBIS model for the LTM2889.
The LTM2889-3 is suitable for my requirements, but the BGA package is not conducive to small-scale production. Is it possible to recommend SPI isolation with a powered isolation chip? The final implementation of isolated CAN. My 5v power supply is used…
If there is not power available on the bus side, then an isolated power supply from the logic side will need to be provided.
The ADM3055E and ADM3057E have an integrated isolated dc/dc converter to supply the CAN FD transceiver. When there…
I did some asking around and unfortunately did not find external components that have been evaluated specifically with the ADM3053. I can point to the LTC2875 datasheet, section "Auxiliary Protection for IEC Surge, EFT and ESD" for general guidance…
I would expect the protection components would not interfere with communication. But this list of protection components form the LTC2875 datasheet have not been tested with the ADM3053 transceiver. The two transceivers are different, and these…
The ADM3053 has two separate supply pins, VCC and VIO. The VIO pin supplies the signal isolation. The VIO pin can be powered with either 3.3V or 5.0V. The signal logic levels will scale with the supply voltage. The VCC pin is the supply for…