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IC TRANSCEIVER DIP16 232
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MAX232ECPE+ by Maxim Integrated

IC TRANSCEIVER DIP16 232
Features
15u00b5A Shutdown Mode for MAX213E
1u00b5A Shutdown Mode
24 pin SSOP Package Saves up to 40% Versus SO Package
Integrated 0.1u00b5F Capacitors (MAX203E, MAX205E)
Integrated Charge Pump Circuitry Eliminates the Need for a Bipolar u00b112V Supply Enables Single Supply Operation From +5V Supply
Integrated High u00b115kV HBM ESD Protection
Saves Power for Reduced Power Requirements
Part Information
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RoHS Compliant
Description
The MAX202E-MAX213E, MAX232E, and MAX241E are a family of RS-232 and V.28 transceivers with high ±15kV ESD HBM protection and integrated charge pump circuit- ry for single +5V supply operation. The various combina- tions of features are outlined in the Selector Guide. The drivers and receivers for all ten devices meet all EIA/TIA- 232E and CCITT V.28 specifications at data rates up to 120kbps when loaded. The MAX211E/MAX213E/MAX241E are available in 28- pin SO and SSOP packages. The MAX202E/MAX232E come in 16-pin TSSOP, narrow SO, wide SO, and DIP packages. The MAX203E comes in a 20-pin DIP/SO package, and needs no external charge-pump capaci- tors. The MAX205E comes in a 24-pin wide DIP pack- age, and also eliminates external charge-pump capacitors.
Specifications
Device Type:
Line Driver / Receiver
IC Interface Type:
RS232
No. of Drivers:
2Drivers
No. of Receivers:
2Receivers
Supply Voltage Min:
4.5V
Supply Voltage Max:
5.5V
Driver Case Style:
DIP
No. of Pins:
16Pins
Operating Temperature Min:
0°C
Operating Temperature Max:
70°C
Product Range:
-
Automotive Qualification Standard:
-
MSL:
-
IC Generic Number:
MAX232E
SVHC:
No SVHC (15-Jan-2018)
Base Number:
232
Data Rate:
120Kbps
IC Temperature Range:
Commercial
Line Bus Drive Receive Transceiver Type:
CMOS Dual RS232 Transmitter / Receiver
Logic Function Number:
232
No. of Transceivers:
1
Operating Temperature Range:
0°C to +70°C
Supply Current:
5mA
Supply Voltage Range:
4.5V to 5.5V
Alternate Descriptions
RS232 transceiver,MAX232ECPE 2T/2R DIP16 RS Components
RS232 TRANSCEIVER, 120KBPS, DIP-16; Device Type:RS232 Transceiver; IC Interface Type:RS232; No. of Drivers:2Drivers; No. of Receivers:2Receivers; Supply Voltage Min:4.5V; Supply Voltage Max:5.5V; Driver Case Style:DIP; MSL:- RoHS Compliant: Yes Newark Electronics
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MAX232 Series 120 kbps 5.5 V Through Hole RS-232 Transceiver - PDIP-16 Future Electronics
Engineer Comments

RS232 is, in many ways, a living fossil. While the relatively low data rates don't qualify the protocol as a high-speed communication interface, it's robustness and ease of implementation nevertheless make it attractive.

One of Dallas Maxim's absolute evergreens is the MAX232- a nifty transceiver IC which makes use of a capacitor based voltage boosting circuit to generate the voltage levels needed for fullly protocol compliant RS232 communication.

Having a second source makes evergreens even more popular. Texas Instruments is an international semiconductor powerhouse, and has been offering a second source alternative for quite some time. If you ever need to perform a fully protocol compliant RS232 communication and don't have access to the needed voltage levels, don't burden your design with complex boost regulators.

Instead, do it like the elders have done - a MAX232, a few capacitors, and have a happy day. The part is available in a DIP housing: convenient for small scale production and prototyping.

Tam Hanna