- Monolithic Integrated Device
- Controlled Supply of Battery Feed Current for Short Loops (30mA)
- Single +5V Supply
- Allows Interfacing With All Ringing Systems
- Switch Hook Detection
- Compatible With Worldwide PBX Performance Requirements
- Low Power Consumption During Standby
- Pb-free Available
The Intersil HC5503T is a low cost Subscriber Line Interface Circuit (SLIC) that replaces the components of a discrete Transformer Analog circuit design. The monolithic integrated design provides improved performance and system reliability.
The HC5503T provides: Current limited DC feed to the subscriber loop, maintains a flat frequency response over the voice band and beyond, has self resetting thermal protection that allows conversation to continue while the fault is present, provides a TTL subscriber off hook indication even in the presence of longitudinal currents, and limits system power consumption on short loops.
The HC5503T provides balanced 2-wire transmission and has excellent longitudinal balance, while providing on hook transmission and longitudinal current rejection in both the on-hook or off-hook conditions. The SLIC needs only one +5V supply in addition to the main battery supply for loop current and operates over a range of battery voltages (-24V to -58V).
Available in 24SO packaging. The HC5503T is ideally suited as a replacement for discrete line circuits in low cost analog PABXs, small Office/Home Office products or Small Key Systems.
- PBX Switches (Analog, Digital or ISDN)
- Key Telephone Systems (KTS)
- ISDN PC Plug in Modems
- ISDN Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) Terminal Adapters (TA)
- CTI (Computer Telephony Integration) Products
|Long. Balance||53 dB||58 dB|
|Supply Voltage||-24, +5||-48, +5|
|Loop Current Limit||30 mA||40 mA|
Balanced PBX / Key System SLIC, Subscriber Line Interface Circuit
19 Oct 2017
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|HC5503EVAL User Guide|
Operation of the HC5503EVAL Evaluation Board
15 Mar 2018
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|AN9813: Operation of the HC5503C, HC5503T Family of SLICs Evaluation Board (HC5503XEVAL1)|
Operation of the HC5503C, HC5503T Family of SLICs Evaluation Board (HC5503XEVAL1)
12 Feb 2018
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