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Shrink your industrial isolated CAN design without compromising on performance.

Compare board layout footprints for isolating CAN using optocoupler solutions, industry standard SOIC packages, and TI’s smallest, ISO1044 isolated CAN transceiver. Learn how to free up board space for other sub-systems while increasing reliability.

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Texas Instruments Iso1044 315x180 Ed 040721 Kmr

The ISO1044 isolated CAN transceiver comes in an 8-pin, SOIC package that reduces solution size up to 84% compared to optocoupler solutions and 60% compared to standard 16-pin, wide-body SOIC packages.        

Texas Instruments Tlv7081 315x180 Ed 040721 Kmr

The industry’s smallest comparator

Reduce board size with TLV7081, the industry’s smallest comparator, 4% smaller than competing devices.  This comparator operates down to 1.7-V, applicable for space-critical designs like smartphones and other portable or battery-powered applications.

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The industry’s smallest fully differential amplifier

THS4551 is the industry’s smallest fully-differential amplifier, 33% smaller than competing devices, and designed for exceptional dc accuracy, low noise, and robust capacitive load driving.

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Designing with small-package ICs is easier than you think. Find out how our collection of industry's smallest signal-chain products can help you optimize board space without sacrificing features, cost, simplicity, or reliability in your system.


Learn how to design smaller with tiny sensors

Trends in small consumer electronics have disrupted the industrial world, spiking demand for smart but compact devices that enhance manufacturing and daily life. Learn how to achieve smaller designs without sacrificing accuracy and efficiency.

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Understand key performance and package considerations when isolating CAN

Understand key performance considerations for isolated CAN designs such as isolation rating, size, data rate, CMTI, stand-off voltage, footprint, and more to help you select the right isolated CAN transceiver for your space-constrained design.

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