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Mouser Stocks Maxim Integrated’s MAX22195 High-Speed Octal Digital Input

Mouser ElectroncisMouser Electronics announced that it is distributing the MAX22195 octal industrial digital input device from Maxim Integrated.

Designed to reduce power, system cost, and size for programmable logic controller (PLC) digital-input subsystems, the MAX22195 is a highly integrated IEC 61131-2-compliant digital input device for industrial, process, and building automation applications.

The Maxim MAX22195, available from Mouser Electronics, translates eight 24 V industrial inputs to a serialized CMOS-compatible, parallel outputs with a propagation delay of lesser than 300 ns from input-to-output for all channels. The fault-tolerant, 5 mm × 5 mm device interfaces with 3 V or 5.5 V logic and incorporates a current-setting resistor, allowing engineers to configure the MAX22195 for IEC 61131-2 Type 1, 2, or 3 inputs. The MAX22195 includes an internal low dropout (LDO) regulator that provides power to digital isolators and other field-side circuits, plus energy-less field-side LED drivers that meet the indicator light requirement of IEC 61131-2 with no additional power dissipation.

The MAX22195 also offers surge protection to ±1 kV and ±8 kV contact electrostatic discharge (ESD) and ±15 kV air gap ESD protection to contribute to increased system robustness. The MAX22195 device is supported by the MAX22195EVKIT evaluation system, which provides terminal blocks for all eight inputs and a single header for all eight outputs for easy monitoring and evaluation. Eight field-side LEDs indicate input status, and a READY LED indicates that the MAX22195 is operating normally.

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