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USB Interface, Dual Channel Re-driver, USB 3.0, 3 V, 3.6 V, VQFN, 24 Pins

SN65LVPE502ARGER - USB Interface, Dual Channel Re-driver, USB 3.0, 3 V, 3.6 V, VQFN, 24 Pins

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Manufacturer Part No:
SN65LVPE502ARGER
Newark Part No.:
92T2277

Product Overview

The SN65LVPE502ARGER is a dual-channel USB3.0 Redriver/Equalizer supporting data rates of 5Gbps. The device complies with USB 3.0 spec revision 1.0, supporting electrical idle condition and low frequency periodic signals (LFPS) for USB 3.0 power management modes.
  • Single lane USB 3.0 equalizer/redriver
  • Selectable equalization, de-emphasis and output swing control
  • Integrated termination
  • Hot-Plug Capable
  • 7mW Typical when no connection detected
  • 70mW Typical when link in U2/U3 mode
  • Excellent jitter and loss compensation capability
  • Green product and no Sb/Br

Applications

Medical, Industrial, Communications & Networking

Product Information

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Dual Channel Re-driver
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USB 3.0
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3V
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3.6V
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VQFN
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24Pins
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5Gbps
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2 Port
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0°C
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85°C
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Cut Tape
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-
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MSL 2 - 1 year
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