LAN8650

Power Over Ethernet IC by Microchip Technology (185 more products)

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The LAN8650 from Microchip Technology is an Automotive Qualified MAC-PHY Ethernet Controller IC that is ideal for in-vehicle networking and automotive zonal architecture, sensor/actuator networks, machine control, industrial control cabinets, building automation, and LED lighting applications. It requires an input voltage of 1.8 - 3.3 V. This AEC-Q100-qualified PoE controller combines media access controller (MAC) and Ethernet PHY technologies to enable low-cost microcontrollers, even those without an on-board MAC support, to access 10BASE-T1S networks. It streamlines Ethernet connectivity for various microcontrollers by simplifying data transfer via a single serial interface. 


This PoE controller solution's integrated 4-pin SPI interface provides a space-efficient hardware interface design that is suitable for constrained applications. It ensures efficient data communication between the station controller and the LAN8650/1 through a simultaneous transfer of transmit and receive packets, following the OPEN Alliance 10BASE-T1x MAC-PHY serial interface specification. This PoE controller is available in a surface-mount package that measures 5 x 5 mm.

Product Specifications

Product Details

  • Part Number
    LAN8650
  • Manufacturer
    Microchip Technology
  • Description
    AEC-Q100 Qualified MAC-PHY Ethernet Controller IC

General

  • Number of Ports
    1
  • Input Voltage
    1.8 to 3.3 V
  • Output Voltage
    1.8 to 3.3 V
  • Communication Standards
    IEEE 802.3cg
  • Qualification
    AEC-Q100
  • Temperature Operating Range
    -40 to 125 Degree C
  • Industry
    Automotive, Industrial
  • Applications
    In-vehicle networking and automotive zonal architecture, Sensor/actuator networks and machine control, Industrial control cabinets and building automation, LED lighting
  • Dimension
    5 x 5 mm
  • Package Type
    Surface Mount
  • Package
    VQFN

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