I was planning on some RS-485 on CAT5-cable , using 2 wires for RS-485 +/- , 2 wires for VCC 24v , 3 wires for GND.
And maybe 1 wire for some RS-485 ground (I think i saw that somewhere , w. a 100 ohm from GND to the RS-485 GND) , or else make it 3 wires for VCC.
I have been hearing about "Ground Bouncing" , if i run VCC+ GND along w. the RS-485 , but i use LT1785 , and was told that they were ok. The only thing was if i remember correctly , that they were slow in the enable , meaning you had to do a bit of waiting before starting to xmit.
But i have a reel of : ZJYS51R5-4PT
As i read it is a 4x common mode 2Amp 200ohm/Imp inductor or transformer thingy :oops:
And was wondering if/what to use them for , could they be brought to good use used for something like the above ?
I am not sure what to use them for ... :oops: :oops:
But i have an idea about they can isolate some signal stuff .... (I got them cheap 8))
Any ideas to put them in use ??