The rugged interface and isolation suits the LTM2884 for systems implementing USB in harsh industrial or medical environments where protection from ground differences is required. The LTM2884 separates grounds by isolating a pair of USB signal transceivers using internal inductive signal isolation, providing 2500VRMS isolation plus common mode transient rejection of greater than 30 kV/µsec.
The LTM2884 features an integrated, low EMI, external or bus powered, DC/DC converter that powers the isolated transceiver and provides up to 2.5W of isolated power for USB peripherals or hub/host controllers. The automatic bus speed detection feature allows the LTM2884 to be used in hub/host/bus isolation applications. Integrated downstream facing pull-down resistors and upstream facing pull-up resistors are automatically configured to match the speed of the downstream device, enabling the LTM2884 to monitor and report bus speeds to the host. With 2500 VRMS of galvanic isolation, integrated power and USB 2.0 compatible transceivers, the LTM2884 requires no external components and is a complete µModule solution for isolated USB communications.
The LTM2884 is suitable for a wide range of applications, including host, hub and peripheral device isolation, as well as USB inline bus isolation. The ±15kV ESD-protected transceivers operate at USB 2.0 full speed (12 Mbps) and low speed (1.5 Mbps). A suspend mode monitors for inactivity and reduces V BUS current to less than 2.0 mA. The integrated DC/DC converter is capable of supplying 2.5W when connected to an external high voltage supply or 1W when connected to the USB V BUS supply.
The LTM2884 is available in a 15 x 15 x 5 mm surface mount BGA package; all integrated circuits and passive components are housed in this RoHS-compliant µModule package. The LTM2884 is available in commercial, industrial and automotive versions, supporting operating temperature ranges from 0°C to 70°C, -40°C to 85°C and -40°C to 105°C respectively. Pricing starts at $17.35 (1000). The LTM2884 joins a family of µModule Isolators that include isolated