IO-Link Transceivers and Binary Drivers

IO-Link® is a 3-wire industrial communications standard designed for linking sensors and actuators into control networks. In IO-Link applications, the transceiver acts as the physical layer interface to a microcontroller running the data-link layer protocol while supporting up to 24V digital inputs and outputs. Maxim transceivers support all IO-Link specifications.

Binary drivers use a standard 24V, 3-wire industrial interface. These drivers typically support high-side (pnp), low-side (npn), or push-pull configurations along with normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) logic. Maxim’s binary drivers integrate transient protection that meets IEC 60255-5 surges up to ±1.3kV as well as OTP programming options to set 3.3V or 5V outputs, the timing of the power-on reset (POR) delay.

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IO-Link Reference Designs ›


Resources



Dual IO-Link Master Transceiver: MAX14819 Demo
4:48 min
June 2017



Smallest 4-Channel I/O-Link Master and RGB Sensor
3:18 min
November 2014



Learn the Fundamentals of IO-Link Technology
14:34 min
March 2018



Fundamentals of Serial Transceiver Devices
15:10 min
April 2018



Using the MAX13054AESHLD Evaluation Kit
4:52 min
May 2018



Introduction to the MAX33053E/54E +3.3V, 2Mbps CAN Transceiver with ±65V Fault Protection, ±25V CMR, and ±25kV ESD
08:38 min
August 2018



In the Lab: IO-Link Smart Sensor System Demo
7:51 min
April 2015



Introduction to the MAX22195 High-Speed, Octal, Industrial Digital Input with Parallel Output
04:50 min
September 2018



Micro PLC Universal Analog Input Card
5:37 min
December 2015



Beer Mug Factory: Maxim Integrated Industrial Products in Action
4:11 min
November 2014



In the Lab: Analog Output Design Accelerator Kit
4:18 min
December 2014



What is IO-Link?
4:58 min
April 2015