Analog Devices Unveils the ADIN1300 low-power, Single-Port Ethernet Transceiver

November 18, 2019 Perry Cohen

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Analog Devices(ADI) announced the release of ADIN1300, a low-power, single-port Ethernet transceiver, in a press release. The transceiver is an Ethernet physical layer (PHY) product designed to help manufacturers address Industry 4.0 and smart factory communication challenges surrounding data integration, synchronization, edge connectivity, and system interoperability. 

The product was created for time-critical industrial Ethernet applications up to Gigabit speeds. As industrial automation increases and pushes the boundaries of data rates, the ADIN1300 is designed to operate in harsh industrial conditions over extended ambient temperature ranges.

ADIN1300 is the latest technology developed for the ADI Chronous Ethernet portfolio, ADI’s newly expanded portfolio of industrial Ethernet solutions.

The new transceiver offers a number of features including 10BASE-Te/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T IEEE® 802.3™ compliant MII, RMII and RGMII MAC interfaces; 330mW power consumption 1000BASE-T; 290ns 1000BASE-T RGMII Latency (Rx + Tx); and a number of EMC test standards, among other key features.

Analog Devices will showcase the ADIN1300 and other industrial Ethernet solutions at the Smart Productions Solutions (SPS) exhibition Nov. 26 – 28, in Nuremberg, Germany.

For more information on ADIN1300 and other Analog products, please visit http://www.analog.com/.

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Perry Cohen

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