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Atul Patel

Corralling switch and sensor inputs in industrial applications

Atul Patel
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11/9/2017 8:55:41 AM
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Thanks for this-

New multi-input monitoring devices like TI's TIC12400 and TIC10024 allows system designers to scale and differentiate their designs, 

 there is one minor issue- the link to the TIC10024 should be 

http://www.ti.com/product/TIC10024-Q1/technicaldocuments?HQS=TI-null-null-digikeymode-df-pf-null-wwe&DCM=yes

I recently wrote a blog on a similar topic "Switch Interfaces" 

https://www.embedded.com/electronics-blogs/without-a-paddle/4458261/Switch-interfaces 

but these devices are apparently too new to have made into the blog. Indeed, I have just completed a design that uses 3 pieces of the 8 bit  SN65HVS880PWP connected serially... Oh well, next time!

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