CPC5621ATR Clare, CPC5621ATR Datasheet

IC LITELINK III FULL RING 32SOIC

CPC5621ATR

Manufacturer Part Number
CPC5621ATR
Description
IC LITELINK III FULL RING 32SOIC
Manufacturer
Clare
Series
LITELINK® IIIr
Datasheets

Specifications of CPC5621ATR

Function
Data Access Arrangement (DAA)
Number Of Circuits
1
Voltage - Supply
3 V ~ 5.5 V
Current - Supply
9mA
Power (watts)
1W
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 85°C
Mounting Type
Surface Mount
Package / Case
32-SOIC (7.5mm Width)
Includes
Caller ID Signal Reception Function, Full-Wave Ring Detection
For Use With
CLA165 - LITELINK III EVALUATION BOARDCLA164 - LITELINK III EVALUATION BOARD
Lead Free Status / RoHS Status
Lead free / RoHS Compliant
Interface
-
Other names
CLA321TR
CPC5621ATR

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DS-CPC2400-R2
Features
Applications
Block Diagram
DTE
Easy Integration
Small Footprint 1.00” x 2.50”
Full Duplex 2400bps
Low Power Consumption
V.24 DTE Interface
Single +5V Supply Operation
Supported Protocols: V.22bis, V.23, V.22
UL Recognized Component
FCC Part 15B Compliant
FCC Part 68 Approved (User Transferrable)
Vending/Gaming Machines
Set Top Box Back Channel
Direct Broadcast Satellite
Utility Meters
Point of Sale Terminals
Remote Diagnostics
Remote Telemetry
Remote Monitoring
Embedded Applications
CONTROLLER
PARALLEL
SERIAL
V.24
DATA PUMP
V.22BIS
+5V
GND
INTERFACE
LINE
DAA
www.clare.com
AUDIO
OUT
RING
TIP
Ordering Information
Pin Configuration
Description
The CPC2400E is a 2400 baud embedded modem mod-
ule intended for applications that require a data commu-
nications link to the Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN). The CPC2400E is a complete module on a small
1.0” x 2.5” printed circuit board that can be socketed or
soldered into the host system mother board. The module
is FCC Part 68 approved and includes a user trans-
ferrable registration number. It also is a UL recognized
component. The CPC2400E can be used in a variety of
applications including set top box back channel commu-
nications, vending machines, remote utility metering,
remote data acquisition, plus a host of other applications.
The CPC2400E supports a standard serial V.24 TTL
interface to the DTE equipment.
Approvals
CPC2400E
Part #
UL/C-UL: 174201
FCC Reg. # LVRPHL-25931-MD-E
-MUTE
-DCD
-DTR
GND
RXD
TXD
V
N/C
A1
CC
J1
Description
2400 Baud Embedded Modem Module
Embedded Modem Module
CPC2400E
J2
N/C
TIP
N/C
RING
N/C
1

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CPC5621ATR Summary of contents

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... FCC Reg. # LVRPHL-25931-MD-E • Ordering Information Part # CPC2400E Pin Configuration GND -DTR -DCD LINE -MUTE INTERFACE A1 TIP N/C DAA RXD RING TXD AUDIO OUT www.clare.com CPC2400E Embedded Modem Module Description 2400 Baud Embedded Modem Module J2 N/C TIP N/C RING N/C 1 ...

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... C its reliability Conditions Min Typ - 4.75 5.0 Vcc= Vcc= Vcc=5V - 600 Vcc=5V, f=20Hz - 22 Vcc=5V - 0.6B Vcc= GND<Vo<Vcc - Vcc=5.5V 0.7 2.6 Vcc=5.5V GND-0.3 1.6 www.clare.com Max UnitS 5. 100 RMS - - 120 mA Vcc+0 µ 0.4 V Vcc+0.3 V 0.2Vcc V Rev. 2 ...

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... Serial data input from host DTE J1-9 O TXD Serial data output to host DTE Pin I/O Name Function J2-1 - N/C No Connection J2-2 I/O TIP Tip connection to telephone line J2-3 - N/C No Connection J2-4 I/O RING Ring connection to telephone line J2-5 - N/C No Connection Rev. 2 www.clare.com CPC2400E 3 ...

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... For coun- RMS tries using a PSTN similar to the U.S. (Canada, Japan), the product using the CPC2400E must be submitted to a suitable test house for approval. Consult Clare for fur- ther information. FCC Part 68: Connecting to the PSTN 1. General Clare’s CPC2400E complies with FCC Part 68 rules which regulates equipment connected to the telephone network ...

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... Hotel and motel rooms. At least ten percent of the rooms must contain hearing aid compatible telephones; or jacks or plug-in hearing-aid compatible telephones which will be provided to hearing impaired customers upon request. www.clare.com CPC2400E 5 ...

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... VCC TXD TIP RXD -DCD -DTR CPC2410E MODEM -MUTE RING A1 GND AUDIO AMP Figure 1. CPC2400E System Environment +5V +5V 17 VCC 11 TXD 10 RXD 13 CPC2400E 12 MODEM 2 LT1181A 4 5 GND RS232 DRIVER www.clare.com FB1 FB2 TELEPHONE LINE FB1 TIP FB2 TELEPHONE RING LINE Rev. 2 ...

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... S-register S3. The de-fault is 13, the ASCII carriage return character. When the <CR> character is entered, the modem exe- cutes the commands in the command line. Note: default values in the AT Command Tables are denoted by bold face type. www.clare.com CPC2400E 7 ...

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... During asynchronous operation (&Q0 in effect) DCD all times. During synchronous oper- ation (&Q1) DCD reflects the state of the carrier signal from the other modem using S-registers S9 and S10. This is the default value in North America. Reflects the state of the carrier signal from the other modem using S-registers S9 and S10. www.clare.com Rev. 2 ...

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... S3=13 S4=10 S8=2 S9=6 S10=14 S17=10 S25=5 S28 &C0 &D0 No guard tone. This is the default value in North America. 550 Hz guard tone (V.22 and V.22bis only) 1800 Hz guard tone (V.22 and V.22bis only) www.clare.com CPC2400E S5=8 S11=95 S29=25 S37=0 &G0 &P0 &Q0 %E1 9 ...

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... ROM ERROR. Display Software Versions. The modem reports the modem controller and data pump software versions, and the modem controller software release date, to the terminal. Display Modem Identification. The modem reports a configurable identification message to the terminal. www.clare.com Rev. 2 ...

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... Result codes will be displayed. This is the default value for North America. Result codes will not be displayed. All result codes will be displayed as numbers. All result codes will be displayed as words (verbose form). This is the default value for North America. www.clare.com CPC2400E 11 ...

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... Busy signal is detected. Dial tone is not detected. When a telephone line connection is made the result code indicates the telephone line data rate. Both busy signal and dial tone are detected. When a telephone line connection is made the result code indicates the telephone line data rate. This is the default value in North America. www.clare.com Rev. 2 ...

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... The semicolon may only be used when calling a voice mail system that permits tones to trans- mit numbers once a connection has been established. Rev. 2 break recall), to wait for quiet answer, and to issue the PBX transfer code #7 before dialing extension number 1234, then to return to the Command state before initi- ating the handshake. www.clare.com CPC2400E 13 ...

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... Multi-Frequency Tone duration. Default = 95 milliseconds Escape Prompt delay time. This is the prompt delay time for escape sequences from the On-Line state to the Command state. Default = 50 fiftieths of a second Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Set Transmit level. Default = -10 dBm Reserved Reserved Reserved www.clare.com Rev. 2 ...

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... Default = 25 fiftieths of a second. Set Highest Line Rate - determines the highest telephone line data rate the modem will use when connecting with a remote modem. See “Setting the Highest Line Rate” section below. Default = 0. www.clare.com CPC2400E 15 ...

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... The modem is in the On-Line state, ready to transfer data. This modemtransmits at 75 bps and receives at 1200 bps. The modem will not allow any number to be dialed until after the modem is reset. The modem will not allow any number to be dialed now, but will allow dialing at some future time. www.clare.com Rev. 2 ...

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... The modem uses S-register S9 to deter- mine how long a carrier must be present before it is “detected.” The modem uses S-register S10 to deter- mine how long a carrier may not be detected before the telephone line is hung up. www.clare.com CPC2400E 17 ...

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... The products described in this document are not designed, intended, authorized or warranted for use as components in systems intended for surgical implant into the body other applications intended to sup- port or sustain life, or where malfunction of Clare’s product may result in direct physical harm, injury, or death to a person or severe property or environmental damage. Clare, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue or make changes to its products at any time without notice ...

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