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Thread: IFX007 vs BTN8982

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    Beginner Beginner wilopaan is on a distinguished road
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    IFX007 vs BTN8982

    What is the difference between this twi ICs?

    Thank you!

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    Please find the main difference below:

    IFX007T is qualified according to industry standard, and the parameters are specified at 24V.
    BTN8982TA is an automotive qualified device, and the parameters are specified from 8 - 18V.
    Therefore BTN8982TA can be used for automotive applications, and IFX007T can be used for industrial applications or the applications which don't require automotive qualification.
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    Beginner Beginner wilopaan is on a distinguished road
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    The datasheet states a voltage range of 8-40V for the IFX007T, not only up to 24V as you said above.

    Is this an error in the datasheet?

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    40V is the max. rating of Vs. It is not the normal operation voltage.
    If you look into the parameters, you will find they are specify under the condition VS = 24V. For other VS voltage, the parameters could drift.

    If you have further question, please don't hesitate to ask.

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