Texas Instruments' new Ethernet PHYs hit the Market

By Laura Dolan

Senior Copywriter


March 18, 2019


Texas Instruments' new Ethernet PHYs hit the Market

Transceivers include the smallest, lowest-power Ethernet PHY and the highest temperature-rated device for copper and fiber media.

DALLAS, TX. Texas Instruments (TI) released two new Ethernet physical layer (PHY) transceivers, the DP83825I and the DP83869HM.

The DP83825I comes in a small package and consumes very little power, as it allows designers to diminish the size and cost of compact IP network camera, lighting, electronic point-of-sale and other space-constrained applications sans compromising network range.

The DP83869HM operates at a high temperature (-40°C to 125°C) and its electrostatic discharge (ESD) immunity and support for media conversion improve performance and design flexibility in factory automation, motor drive and grid infrastructure equipment designs. 

More information about TI’s new Ethernet PHY devices can be found in the following:

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