Low-latency PHY technology prepares for industry 4.0
Industrial Ethernet physical layer (PHY) products released by Analog Devices help manufacturers address industry 4.0 and smart factory communication challenges around data integration, synchronisation, edge connectivity, and system interoperability.
At SPS later this month, the company will be showcasing the ADIN1300 low-power, single port Ethernet transceiver. It has industry leading power and latency specifications, claims the company and is primarily designed for time-critical industrial Ethernet applications up to Gigabit speeds.
It has 10BASE-Te/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T IEEE 802.3-compliant MII, RMII and RGMII MAC interfaces with 330mW consumption (1000BASE-T) and 290 nano second 1000BASE-T RGMII latency (receive and transmit). It complies to several EMC test standards, including IEC 61000-4-5 surge (±4kV), IEC 61000-4-2 ESD (±6kV contact discharge), IEC 61000-4-6 conducted immunity (10V) and EN55032 radiated emissions (Class A) and EN55032 conducted emissions (Class A). It is packaged in a 40-lead, 6.0 x 6.0mm LFCSP.
The ADIN1300 is designed to operate in harsh industrial conditions and over extended ambient temperature ranges, mirroring the trend for industrial automation to increasingly adopt the Ethernet and increase data rates.
ADIN1300 is the latest technology developed for the Analog Devices’ Chronous industrial Ethernet solutions. The Chronous portfolio includes the ADIN1200, a low-power single port 10/100 robust Ethernet PHY for real-time industrial Ethernet networks. Other products include a range of advanced industrial Ethernet technologies from real-time Ethernet switches, PHY transceivers and protocol processing to complete network interface products.
ADIN1300 targets industrial Ethernet applications as motion control, factory automation, building automation, test and measurement and the IIoT.
ADI will be exhibiting ADIN1300 and other ADI Chronous Ethernet portfolio solutions at SPS ( 26 to 28 November) in Nuremberg, Germany, Hall 5, 129.