ALLO – I2S Isolator

I2S Isolator by ALLO is a full galvanic isolator between SBC/DAC.

Unit will work on both master and slave DACs. We have isolated the i2c, gpios.

We recommend to use LIFEPO4 batteries, and the Isolator will in turn provide 5v/0.6A using LT3042 and 3.3V/250mA using LT3042 LDOs.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION


I2S Isolator by ALLO is a full galvanic isolator between SBC/DAC.

FEATURES AND TECH SPECS


COMPATIBILITY

  • Compatibility: RPI and Sparky, Boss DAC and other DACs, Kali
  • PSU: Isolator needs 6.2-12V minimum. We recommend using ALLO battery holder. In return, Isolator will feed power to above stages (like DACs) using the best LDOs in the market LT3042
  • If no power is fed to isolator, then you can feed your isolator from stage above (max 5.5V) either powered DAC or Kali
  • Not Working With: DigiOne (double isolation is not required since DigiOne already has isolation after WM8805/SBC)

 

FEATURES

  • Full galvanic isolator between SBC/DAC
  • Works on both master and slave DACs
  • We have isolated the i2c, gpios
  • We recommend to use LIFEPO4 batteries, and the Isolator will in turn provide 5v/0.6A using LT3042 and 3.3V/250mA using LT3042 LDOs

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DC Connector Size 2.5mm x 6.5mm
Mating Plug Size 2.5mm x 5.5mm
Weight 0.120 kg
Shipping from Europe, India
Battery pack None, Yes

SHIPPING AND TAX INFO


IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS

Since we received some complaints for custom fees, Allo has decided to offer shipping from Europe as well. If you select “Shipping from Europe” all custom fees will be included in the order, and therefore prepaid by Allo. You can still order with “Shipping from India”, but VAT and custom fees may apply and been added when delivered.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL CUSTOMERS

This product is shipped from India. International customers are responsible for any VAT and/or customs fees. These are beyond our control and will be based on declared value which is the board cost plus any options.

 

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