Analog Devices’ ADAQ7980 and ADAQ7988 | New Product BriefJuly 24, 2017 by Mouser Electronics
Analog Devices' ADAQ7980 and ADAQ7988 are data acquisition subsystems that integrate signal processing and conditioning blocks to simplify ADC signal chain design and reduce PCB area.
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Analog Devices' ADAQ7980 and ADAQ7988
Analog Devices' ADAQ7980 and ADAQ7988 are data acquisition subsystems that integrate signal processing and conditioning blocks to simplify ADC signal chain design and reduce PCB area. The system-in-package includes a 16-bit SAR ADC with throughput up to 1 MSPS, a high-bandwidth ADC driver, a low-noise reference buffer, an LDO, and the low-pass filter between the driver and ADC. The devices offer low power consumption that scales with the sample rate to support battery-powered applications.
While highly integrated, the design remains flexible by allowing the design to supply the reference voltage to the reference buffer and can be daisy-chained to support additional channels. The ADAQ7980 and ADAQ7988 are designed for test equipment, battery powered instrumentation, medical instruments, communications, and process control.
- Resolution: 16 bit, no missing codes
- ADAQ7980: 1 MSPS
- ADAQ7988: 500 kSPS
- Power Dissipation: 21 mW @ 1 MSPS
- Operating Temperature: -55°C to +125°C
- Package: LGA-24, 5 mm x 4 mm
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