Status: In Production
The KSZ8895MQX/RQX/FQX/ML is a highly-integrated, Layer 2 managed, five-port switch with numerous features designed to reduce system cost. The KSZ8895 is Automotive qualified (AEC-Q100).
The KSZ8895 family was designed to be used in for cost sensitive 10/100Mbps five-port switch systems with low power requirements. Combining on-chip termination and internal LDO regulator help minimize system cost. The KSZ8895 family supports high-performance memory bandwidth and shared memory-based switch fabric with non-blocking configuration.
The KSZ8895 family also includes an extensive feature set, including: power management, programmable rate limit and priority ratio, tag/port-based VLAN, packets filtering, four queue QoS prioritization, management interfaces, and MIB counters.
The KSZ8895 family provides multiple CPU data interfaces to effectively address both current and emerging fast Ethernet applications when port 5 is configured to separate MAC5 with SW5-MII/RMII and PHY5 with P5-MII/RMII interfaces.
The KSZ8895 family offers three configurations, providing the flexibility to meet different requirements:
All registers of MACs and PHYs units can be managed by the SPI or the SMI interface. MIIM registers can be accessed through the MDC/MDIO interface.
EEPROM can set all control registers for the unmanaged mode.
KSZ8895MQX/RQX/FQX are 128-pin PQFP package. KSZ8895ML is 128-pin LQFP package.
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**Please note: KSZ8895 part numbers ending/containing "A" are not recommended for new designs**
i.e. For new designs, instead of using KSZ8895MQXIA, please use KSZ8895MQXI.
The KSZ8895FQX is one of KSZ8895FQX family. KSZ8895FQX contains two MII interfaces for MAC 5 and PHY 5 of the port 5. There are two fiber ports on the port 3 and port4 for 100Base-FX mode. The device had been designed with cost sensitive systems in mind but still offers a multitude of features such as switch management; port and tag based VLAN; QoS priority; CPU control SPI interfaces and CPU...
The KSZ8895MQX is one of KSZ8895 family. KSZ8895MQX contains two MII interfaces for MAC 5 and PHY 5 of the port 5. KSZ8895RQX is one of KSZ8895 family. KSZ8895RQX contains two RMII interfaces for MAC 5 and PHY 5 of port 5. The device had been designed with cost sensitive systems in mind but still offers a multitude of features such as switch management; port and tag based VLAN; QoS priority; CPU...
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