Analog Devices announced the ADAS3022 data acquisition integrated circuit. The 16-bit, 1-MSPS ADI IC uses one-third the board space of competing discrete devices. It enables engineers to simplify designs and reduce the size of advanced industrial data acquisition systems. The ADAS3022 is available now in 40-lead LFCSP ((lead-frame chip-scale package). It is priced at $14.95. The chip is ideal for power-line monitors, process and motor control, patient monitoring, and other industrial and instrumentation systems that operate within the ±10-V industrial range.
The ADAS3022 data acquisition IC features ADI’s 16-bit PulSAR successive-approximation A/D converter core with high-impedance input buffers and a 7-stage on-chip PGIA (programmable-gain instrumentation amplifier). The IC includes an 8-channel, low-leakage multiplexer and precision low-drift 4.096-V reference. With eight data channels and full 16-bit dynamic range, the new IC is optimized to interface with a wide range of sensors running from ±10 V to as low as ±640 mV.
ADI ADAS3022 Data Acquisition IC Features
- Ease of use — 16-bit, 1 MSPS complete data acquisition system
- High impedance, 8-channel input: >500 MΩ
- Differential input voltage range: ±24.576 V maximum
- High input common-mode rejection >100 dB
- User programmable input ranges
- Channel sequencer with individual channel gains
- On-chip 4.096 V reference and buffer
- Auxiliary input – direct interface to PulSAR ADC inputs
- No latency/pipeline delay (SAR architecture)
- Serial 4-wire 1.8 to 5 V SPI / SPORT compatible interface
- LFCSP package (6 mm × 6 mm)
- -40 to +85 C industrial temperature range
More info: ADI ADAS3022 16-Bit, 1 MSPS, 8 Channel Data Acquisition System (pdf)