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re: AC voltage motor drives look to digital isolators
AnalogSys   6/21/2013 11:26:48 AM
I fully agree with the above statements concerning the benefits of digital couplers over optocouplers. However, Guy missed to mention the existance and additional benefts of other digital isolator technologies, like the capacitive coupling technology of Texas Instruments, based on silicon-oxide as isolation-material and as such an anorganic isolator, further enhancing lifetime reliablity.

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