ISDN S-Interface Xfrmrs

ISDN S-Interface Xfrmrs
ISDN S-INTERFACE
TRANSFORMERS
Surface Mount, Dual, 2000Vrms
Meets pulse waveform template of CCITT I.430 when
recommended transformer and chip pair are used
Excellent longitudinal balance
2KVrms isolation voltage
Available in tape and reel, tray or tube packaging
Recognized by UL
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C — Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
A
PE-65792
A
1:1
B
1:2
OCL Pri B
(mH MIN)
A&B
22
PE-65793
1:1
1:1
22
5
5
100
42
42
2.4
2.4
2.4
PE-65795
1:2
1:2
22
15
15
100
80
80
2.5
2.5
4.3
PE-65798
1:2.5
1:2.5
22
8-40
8-40
100
110
110
2.5
2.5
PE-65799
1:2
1:2
22
11
11
100
180
180
2.4
2.4
Ratio
(±2%)
Part
Number
LL Sec
(µH MAX)
A
B
5
15
CW/W
(pF MAX)
A&B
100
CD Pri
(pF MAX)
A
B
42
80
DCR Pri
(Ω ±25%)
A
B
2.4
2.3
DCR Sec
(Ω ±25%)
A
B
2.4
4.0
Δ IDC C
Package/
(mA MAX) Schematic
1
SC-1
2.4
1
SC-1
4.3
1
SC-1
5.8
5.8
1
SC-1
4.4
4.4
1
SC-1
NOTE: For low profile version of products listed above, refer to data sheet T613.
(See Pages 4 and 5 for Table Notes)
Mechanical
Schematic
SC-1
.050 TYP
1,27
.120 TYP
3,05
16
16 15 14 13
9
.720 MAX
.530 MAX
18,29
13,46
.600
15,24
PE-6579X
Date Code
Country of Origin
16X .030
0,76
8
.950 MAX
24,13
9
SEC
.760 .520
19,30 13,21
.100 TYP
2,54
12 11 10
.700
17,78
SUGGESTED PAD LAYOUT
PRI
1
2 3 4
COIL A
5
6 7 8
COIL B
.390 MAX
9,91
.122
3,10
.100
2,54 .010/.020
0,25/0,51
.004/0,10
16 SURFACES
.040/.050
1,02/1,27
Dimensions: Inches
mm
Unless otherwise specified all tolerances are ± .010
0,25
See page 4 for packaging information.
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T604.D (1/06)
ISDN S-INTERFACE
TRANSFORMERS
Through Hole, Single, 2000Vrms
Meets the pulse waveform template
of CCITT I.430 when recommended
transformer and chip pair are used
Excellent longitudinal balance
2KVrms or higher voltage isolation
Recognized by UL
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C — Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
2KV ISOLATION, THROUGH HOLE, SINGLE TRANSFORMERS
Part
Number
Ratio A
(±2%)
OCL Pri
(mH MIN)
LL Sec
(µH MAX)
CW/W
(pF MAX)
CD Pri
(pF MAX)
DCR Pri
(Ω ±25%)
DCR Sec
(Ω ±25%)
Isolation
(Vrms MIN)
Δ IDC C
(mA MAX)
Package/
Schematic
PE-64993
1CT:1CT
22
5
100
42
2.4
2.4
2000
1
IS-1
PE-64994
1CT:1.8CS
22
15
100
160
2.5
4.2
2000
1
IS-2
PE-64995
1CT:2CT
22
15
100
80
2.5
4.3
2000
1
IS-1
PE-64996
1CT:2.5CS
22
30
100
150
2.5
5.8
2000
1
IS-2
PE-64998
1CS:2.5CS
22
15-40
100
110
2.5
5.8
2000
1
IS-3
PE-64999
1CT:2CT
22
11
100
180
2.4
4.4
2000
1
IS-1
(See Pages 4 and 5 for Table Notes)
Mechanicals
.558
MAX
14,20
IS-1
Schematics
.400
MAX
10,20
1
6
2
PE-6499X 5
DATE CODE
3
4
.558
MAX
14,20
.400
10,20
.400
10,20
1
IS-2
2 PE-6499X
DATE CODE
3
.558
MAX
14,20
IS-3
PE-6499X
DATE CODE
.558
MAX
14,20
1
7
2
6
5
3
4
CL
CL
See page 4 for packaging information.
.400
10,20
.400 .200
10,20 5,10
.120 ± .020
3,10 0,30
Dimensions: Inches
mm
PRI : SEC
PRI : SEC
CL
6
5
3
4
4
LEADS ARE 22 AWG SOLDERABLE
.400
MAX
10,20
8
7
3
See page 4 for packaging information.
5
4
.120 ± .020
3,10 0,30
1
2
5
.400
10,20
.400 .200
10,20 5,10
.558
MAX
14,20
2
LEADS ARE 22 AWG SOLDERABLE
.400
MAX
10,20
7
6
6
CL
CL
.120 ± .020
3,10 0,30
.558
MAX
14,20
PRI : SEC
1
C
L
1
8
2
3
7
6
4
5
See page 4 for packaging information.
LEADS ARE 22 AWG SOLDERABLE
Unless otherwise specified, all tolerances are ± .010
0,25
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T604.D (1/06)
ISDN S-INTERFACE
TRANSFORMERS
Dual and Single Through Hole
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C — Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
Part
Number
COIL A
Ratio
A
COIL B
Equivalent
Single
Primary
Pins
Secondary
Pins
Ratio
A
Equivalent
Single
Primary
Pins
Package/
Secondary Schematic
Pins
PE-65492
1:1
PE-64993
1-4
16-13
1:2
PE-64995
5-8
12-9
ID-1
PE-65493
1:1
PE-64993
1-4
16-13
1:1
PE-64993
5-8
12-9
ID-1
PE-65495
1:2
PE-64995
1-4
16-13
1:2
PE-64995
5-8
12-9
ID-1
PE-65498
1:2.5
PE-64998
1-4
16-13
1:2.5
PE-64998
5-8
12-9
ID-1
PE-65499
1:2
PE-64999
1-4
16-13
1:2
PE-64999
5-8
12-9
ID-1
(See Pages 4 and 5 for Table Notes)
NOTE: Refer to the equivalent single part number for electrical specifications.
Schematic
Mechanical
ID-1
COIL A
.920
MAX
23,37
.400
MAX
10,20
.700
17,78
SEC
9
16
.560
MAX
14,22
PE-6549X
.400
10,20
CL
DATE CODE
1
COIL B
16 15 14 13 12 1110 9
PRI
8
.100
TYP
2,54
.130 ± .020
3,30 0,30
Dimensions: Inches
mm
Unless otherwise specified all tolerances are ± .010
0,25
CL
1
LEADS ARE 22 AWG SOLDERABLE
See page 4 for packaging information.
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C — Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
2 3
4
5
6 7
8
REIN
INS FORC
ULA ED
TIO
N!
3KV REINFORCED INSULATION, THROUGH HOLE, SINGLE TRANSFORMERS
DCR
Unbalanced
Package/
(Ω ± 25%)
IDC C
Schematic
Primary
Secondary (mA MAX)
Pulse
Part Number
Ratio A
± 2%
(Pri:Sec)
OCL Pri
(mH MIN)
LL Sec
(µH MAX)
CW/W
(pF MAX)
CD
(pF MAX)
PE-68992
1CS:2CT
22
15
60
80
3.0
5.5
5
WD-1/B
PE-68993
1CS:1
22
5
40
40
2.8
2.7
5
WD-1/A
PE-68995
1CS:2
22
15
60
80
3.0
5.5
5
WD-1/A
PE-68998
PE-68999
1CS:2.5
22
22
8-40
11
60
50
110
110
3.0
2.8
7.0
5.5
5
5
WD-1/A
WD-1/A
1CS:2
(See Pages 4 and 5 for Table Notes)
Mechanical
WD-1
.130
3,30
.591
15,00
12
11
1
2
4
Schematic
PE-6899X
DATE CODE
9
0.750 MAX
19,05
12
11
.492
12,50
7
6
.500
12,70
MAX
0.750 MAX
19,05
1
2
9
4
7
6
A
.098
2,50
12
PRI : SEC
B
Unless otherwise specified, all tolerances are ± .010
0,25
1
9
6
7
.197
5,00
LEADS ARE 22 AWG SOLDERABLE
UNUSED PINS NOT PROVIDED
Dimensions: Inches
mm
PRI : SEC
4
4
1
9
6
12
7
2
See page 4 for packaging information.
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ISDN S-INTERFACE
TRANSFORMERS
Transformer Selection and Packaging
IC
Manufacturer
IC
Part Number
Dual
Surface Mount
Single
Through Hole, 2 KVrms
Dual
Through Hole
Single
Through Hole, 3 KVrms
Trans & Rec
Transmit
Receive
Trans & Rec
Transmit
Receive
AMD
Am 79C30A/79C32A
PE-65799
PE-64999
PE-64999
PE-65499
PE-68999
PE-68999
AT&T/Lucent
T7250/7256/7259
T7903
PE-65798
PE-65795
PE-64998
PE-64995
PE-64998
PE-64995
PE-65498
PE-65495
PE-68998
PE-68995
PE-68998
PE-68995
Mietec
MTC-2072
PE-65795
PE-64995
PE-64995
PE-65495
PE-68995
PE-68995
Mitel
MT8930
PE-65795
PE-64995
PE-64995
PE-65495
PE-68995
PE-68995
Motorola
MC145474/145475
MC145574
PE-65793
PE-65798
PE-64993
PE-64998
PE-64993
PE-64998
PE-65493
PE-65498
PE-68993
PE-68998
PE-68993
PE-68998
National D
TP3420/3421
PE-65795
PE-64995
PE-64995
PE-65495
PE-68995
PE-68992
SGS Thomson
ST5420, ST5421
PE-65795
PE-64995
PE-64995
PE-65495
PE-68995
PE-68995
Siemens
PEB 2080/2081/2085
PSB 2186
PEB 2084/2086
PE-65795
PE-64995
PE-64995
PE-65495
PE-68995
PE-68995
Yamaha
7405B
PE-65795
PE-64995
PE-64995
PE-65495
PE-68995
PE-68995
NOTES
A. In this catalog, turns ratio is expressed as
“primary:secondary”. The term “CT” designates a center
tapped winding. The term “CS” designates a split center tap
winding. A center tapped winding can be created by connecting two ends of a split center winding together on the printed
circuit board. In ISDN-S applications, the primary winding is
the line side transformer winding.
D. National recommends a 1:2 receive transformer, but used as
a 1:1 ratio by connecting only half the secondary winding.
See National’s application note.
E. PE-65950, PE-68613 and PE-65853 are recommended for
use with Siemens PEB 2080/2085 and help in meeting the
required longitudinal balance.
F. Standard packaging for all chokes and transformers listed in
this catalog is anti-static tubes. Optional anti-static tray
packaging can be ordered for the surface mount SC-1 and
LA-1 packages by adding an “R” suffix to the part number,
(ie: PE-65795R). Optional tape and reel packaging can be
ordered for all surface mount packages by adding a “T” suffix
to the part number, (ie: PE-65795T).
B. The minimum primary inductance and the maximum
distributed capacitance satisfy the transmitter output and
receiver input impedance requirements of CCITT I.430 for
both the TE and the NT. The maximum distributed capacitance allows sufficient margin for the capacitance of the IC
and a protection diode network. It is consistent with the
overall maximum value specified and the permitted length of
the basic access TE cord.
G. For PE-65854, OCL at -40°C is 27 µH minimum. For maximum performance use windings (1-8) and (2-7) as a pair and
windings (3-6) and (4-5) as a pair.
C. The maximum specified unbalanced DC current capability is
based on 20 mH minimum primary OCL.
H. For transformers and choke modules, refer to data sheet T632.
Packaging Information
Package F
Type
Part Weight
Parts/Tube
Parts/Tray
Parts/Reel
Reel Diameter
Tape Width
Pitch
LA-1
SMT
2.0 grams
30
60
250
13 inches
24 mm
24 mm
PA-2
SMT
4.0 grams
35
–
150
13 inches
32 mm
24 mm
SC-1
SMT
7.0 grams
20
50
150
13 inches
44 mm
24 mm
SH-4
SMT
0.3 grams
25
–
1500
13 inches
24 mm
12 mm
ID-1
THT
7.0 grams
20
–
–
–
–
–
IN-1
THT
2.5 grams
35
–
–
–
–
–
IS
THT
4.0 grams
35
–
–
–
–
–
VC-1
THT
3.5 grams
40
–
–
–
–
–
WD-1
THT
9.0 grams
25
–
–
–
–
–
(See Pages 4 and 5 for Table Notes)
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ISDN S-INTERFACE
TRANSFORMERS
Application Notes
TE
NT
Sec : Pri
Pri : Sec
S-INTERFACE
IC
RCV
IC
XMIT
Sec : Pri
Pri : Sec
Low
Freq
Choke
RCV
High
Freq
Choke
High
Freq
Choke
Low
Freq
Choke
Local
Power
XMIT
DC
Supply
Figure 1. Typical ISDN S-Interface Application Circuit
1. General Information – The S-interface is the standardized four-wire digital telephone access point defined by
the CCITT I-series recommendations for the Integrated
Services Digital Network. This “basic rate access” accommodates two 64Kbps “B-channels” for information, one
16Kbps “D-channel” intended for signaling and control,
and 48 Kbps for framing and other purposes, giving a total
rate of 192Kbps. The CCITT physical layer recommends
that the user network interface be transformer coupled.
A typical application circuit is presented in Figure 1.
2. Longitudinal Balance for Transformers – The longitudinal conversion loss specification in I.430 includes a test
setup that is intended for system evaluation, whether TE
or NT. Such a test is performed with DC current present.
The transformer plays an essential role in achieving the
required balance. However, all other elements in the
circuit should be also designed to provide the highest
possible symmetry. These elements include the protection
circuitry, series resistors, chip transmitter output and
receiver input, as well as the cables used and the TE cord
where applicable. A high level of transformer balance
compensates for some circuit AC-unbalance, and assures
compliance of the system with I.430 on longitudinal
conversion loss (LCL) and signal balance. This is accomplished by a well AC-balanced winding configuration
whereby the capacitive coupling between primary and
secondary windings is evenly distributed. Also, both
halves of the lineside winding are well balanced. The
transformers meet the following LCL specifications:
The transformer provides isolation for the line card or the
terminal from the line. It is also a way to provide phantom
power feeding to the terminal over the S-loop. Each end
requires a transmit and a receive transformer. Chokes are
used in some applications to reduce common mode noise
(see note 5).
The transformers described in this data sheet are
matched to the transceivers offered by the major IC manufacturers listed. The use of a transformer-chip pair
assures that all requirements of CCITT I.430 are met with
respect to pulse waveform templates, impedance and
longitudinal balance. In addition, the transformers provide
the isolation voltages required by the regulatory agencies
and are capable of passing surge voltage tests.
• 10kHz to 300kHz: 60dB minimum
• 300kHz to 1MHz: Minimum value decreasing
20dB/decade.
(continued on next page)
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ISDN S-INTERFACE
TRANSFORMERS
Application Notes
HP-8751A
Network Analyzer
Out
R
A
ISM-1 = Wandel and Goltermann
Signal Balance Ratio Bridge
B
Pri
Sec
VT
EL
Terminating
Resistor
ISM-1
Figure 2. Longitudinal Balance Test Circuit
(continued from previous page)
A recommended test setup is shown in Figure 2. A high
inductance “low frequency” common mode choke, such as
PE-65950 or PE-65853, is recommended to improve
balance, or to correct inherent unbalances of some circuits.
6. Surge Voltage Capability for Transformers and Chokes
4. Impedance Requirements – The requirements for
minimum impedance in the inactive and powered-down
states are expressed by impedance templates for both
transmitter and receiver in NT and TE. At the low
frequency end of 1MHz, it is reasonable to assume that
the impedance seen from the line is entirely capacitive.
The maximum capacitance budget, derived from the
templates, is somewhat different for the NT and the TE.
Contributors to the total capacitance are: the chip output,
the protection circuit, the transformer, common mode
choke and any other element that may be present. In the
TE case, there is also the maximum allowable TE cord
impedance. Here the maximum budget is 800pF. As a
rule, the capacitances should be kept as low as possible
in the interface circuit design. With the specified transformer capacitances, it is possible to remain within budget
and have a reasonable margin for measurement errors.
7. Behavior Under Fault Conditions – Telephony voltages
may accidentally appear on the ISDN S-Interface line to
the transformer. The transformer will withstand a DC
current of 0.5 Amps for 15 minutes without permanent
damage. Such current may be caused by the telephone
central battery. The transformer will also survive ringing
voltages. These are nominally 120V or 200V maximum at
20 to 60Hz, limited by 1500Ω resistive or 400 to 600Ω
inductive limiting. These may cause peak currents.
• Longitudinal Voltage Peak: 2,400V 10/700µsec
• Metallic Voltage Peak: 800V 10/560µsec
8. Flammability – Materials used in the products are recognized UL94-VO. Products meet the requirements of IEC
695-2-2 (Needle Flame Test).
5. Common Mode Chokes – The “high frequency” 4-wire
common mode chokes shown on pages 7 and 8 provide
an effective means of compliance with national and
international regulations on EMI. They are designed to be
used in conjunction with either Pulse’s ISDN S-Interface or
T1/CEPT transformers as shown in Figure 1. A high
inductance “low frequency” common mode choke is
recommended to improve balance, or to correct inherent
unbalances of some ISDN S-Interface circuits.
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ISDN S-INTERFACE TRANSFORMERS
Common Mode Chokes for
Telecom Applications
Designed for 4-wire links, ISDN-S/T and
T1/E1/CEPT
High frequency chokes for EMI reduction
Low frequency chokes improve
longitudinal balance in ISDN-S/T links
Surface mount and through hole models
available
Electrical Specifications @ 25°C — Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C
Part Number
OCL Pri
LL Sec
(µH MAX)
CW/W
(pF MAX)
DCR
(Ω MAX)
Isolation
(Vrms MIN)
6.0 mH MIN
1.0 mH MIN
4.7 mH ±30%
4.7 mH ±30%
4.7 mH ±30%
35
10
1
1
1
25
10
60
50
60
1.40
0.70
1.20
1.00
1.00
1,500
1,500
500
500
500
24.0 µH MIN
8.0 µH MIN
47.0 µH MIN
22.5 µH MIN
.20
.20
.18
.23
15
10
20
17
0.30
0.25
0.40
0.30
500
500
500
500
Package/
Schematic
LOW FREQUENCY
PE-65541
PE-65542
PE-65853 E
PE-65950 E
PE-68613 E
IS-4/1C (Through Hole)
IS-4/1C (Through Hole)
PA-2/5C (Surface Mount)
IS-4/1C (Through Hole)
VC-1/5C (Through Hole)
HIGH FREQUENCY
PE-65554
PE-65555
PE-65854 F
PE-65857
IN-1/C (Through Hole)
IN-1/C (Through Hole)
SH-4/C (Surface Mount)
LA-1/C (Surface Mount)
NOTE: For additional Common Mode Chokes, refer to data sheet G002.
Typical impedance
for low frequency
common mode
chokes based on
a 100 Ω system.
-10
PE-65542
-20
-30
-40
PE-65950/65853
PE-65541
20K
18K
16K
Impedance (Ω)
0
Attenuation (dB)
Typical common
mode attenuation
for low frequency
common mode
chokes based on
a 100 Ω system.
14K
12K
PE-65541
10K
8K
PE-65950/65853
6K
4K
-50
100 KHz
1 MHz
Frequency
PE-65542
2K
10 MHz
0
100 KHz
1 MHz
10 MHz
Typical impedance
for high frequency
common mode
chokes based on
a 100 Ω system.
0
Attenuation (dB)
Typical common
mode attenuation
for high frequency
common mode
chokes based on
a 100 Ω system.
-5
PE-65555
-10
-15
PE-65554/65857
-20
PE-65854
-25
-30
1 MHz
10 MHz
Frequency
100 MHz
Impedance (Ω)
Frequency
3.0K
2.8K
2.6K
2.4K
2.2K
2.0K
1.8K
1.6K
1.4K
1.2K
1K
800
600
400
200
0
PE-65854
PE-65554/65857
PE-65555
1 MHz
10 MHz
100 MHz
Frequency
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ISDN S-INTERFACE TRANSFORMERS
Common Mode Chokes for
Telecom Applications
Mechanicals
VC-1
IN-1
.400
MAX
10,16
1
2
4
5
.500
MAX
12,70
.100
2,54
10
9 .505
MAX
12,83
7
6
PE-XXXXX
Date Code
Country of
Origin
.300
7,62
8
.400
10,16
CL
7
.200
5,08
6
3
.300
7,62
LC
4
.130 ± .010
3,30 ± 0,25
CL
See page 4 for packaging information.
CL
See page 4 for packaging information.
SH-4
IS-4
.360
MAX
9,14
.100
2,54
.558
MAX
14,20
.300
7,62
8
5
.340 MAX
8,64
PE-XXXXX
1
3
.270
6,86
Date Code
Country of Origin
.400
MAX
10,20
2
4
.070
1,78
.550
13,97 MAX
.100
2,54
.004/0,10
10
.720
18,29 MAX
See page 4 for packaging information.
LA-1
.120
3,05
.300
7,62
5
PE-XXXXX
Date Code
Country ofOrigin
1
.475 MAX
12,06
Date Code
Country of
Origin 5
.120
3,05 TYP
.030
0,76
.050
1,30 TYP
.530
.600
13,46 MAX 15,24
.400
10,16
.760 .520
19,30 13,20
.200
5,08
.100
2,54
.200
5,08
.072
1,83
.050
1,27 TYP
.640
.400
16,26 10,16
CL
6
PE-65853
1
8
.200
5,10
PA-2
.098 MAX
2,49
.030
0,76
CL
See page 4 for packaging information.
SUGGESTED PAD LAYOUT
.475 MAX
12,06
.400
10,20
.130 ± .010
3,30 ± 0,25
4
1
.400
10,20
.558
PE-XXXXX
MAX
14,20
Date Code
5 Country of 6
Origin
7
8
.050
1,27
.100
2,54
.600
15,24MAX
.480
MAX
12,20
Date Code
Country of Origin
2
.100
2,54
5
PE-XXXXX
1
.115 ± .010
2,92 ± 0,25
.300
7,62
MAX
.595
MAX
15,11
SUGGESTED PAD LAYOUT
.010 / .020
0,25 / 0,51
.390
9,91 MAX
.004/0,10
4
.100
2,54
.085
2,16
.100
2,54 TYP
.040 / .050
1,01 / 1,27
See page 4 for packaging information.
SUGGESTED PAD LAYOUT
Schematics
C
.340
8,64 MAX
.004/0,10
Dimensions: Inches
mm
Unless otherwise specified all tolerances are ± .010
0,25
1C
5C
1
2
3
4
1
3
5
7
10
9
7
6
8
7
6
5
2
4
6
8
1
2
4
5
.040 / .050
1,02 / 1,27
See page 4 for
packaging information.
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