The LAN8740, LAN8741 and LAN8742 PHYs have an integrated voltage regulator and ESD protection components. The MAC interface supports flexible I/O voltages from 1.6V to 3.6V required by higher performance ASICs, SoCs and FPGAs which continue to migrate to lower geometry processes requiring lower I/O voltage support. The LAN874x family of devices provides support for flexible I/O voltage to enable a highly optimized system design. The LAN8740, LAN8741 and LAN8742 offer the flexibility of disabling on-chip regulators to reduce system power consumption.In addition to standard features such as IEEE 802.3/802.3u compliance, UNH interoperability certification, HP Auto-MDIX support and MII/RMII interfaces, the LAN8740, LAN8741 and LAN8742 PHYs deliver additional features:
- SMSC’s flexPWR TM technology for low power consumption & variable I/O voltage support
- Cable diagnostics for reporting of cable faults and proactive system maintenance
- Deterministic latency for precision timing in Industrial applications
- Single 25MHz Crystal design
- Operation over extended commercial (0 to 70 degree C) and industrial (-40 to 85 degree C) temperature ranges
- Compact 5x5mm 32QFN (LAN8740, LAN8741) and 4x4mm 24QFN (LAN8742) RoHS compliant packages
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