Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), the global leader in data-conversion technology*, today introduced a highly integrated data acquisition IC (integrated circuit) that uses one-third the board space of competing discrete devices to help engineers simplify the design and reduce the size of advanced industrial data acquisition systems. The new 16-bit, 1-MSPS (million-samples-per-second) ADAS3022 data acquisition IC is effective for power-line monitors, process and motor control, patient monitoring, and other industrial and instrumentation systems that operate within the ±10-V industrial range.
Recommended Complementary ComponentsComplementary components for the ADAS3022 include the ADR381 band gap voltage reference, ADR434x XFET voltage reference, ADR454x ultra-low-noise voltage reference, ADP1613/14 step-up PWM switching converter, ADP1715 linear regulator, ADP3334 linear regulator, ADP7102/04 CMOS low-noise LDO , AD8031/32 low power reference buffer, and ADA4841 low power ADC drivers for auxiliary input pair (AUX±). An evaluation board is also available that allows system designers to configure the ADAS3022 without engaging in circuit-board design or writing software code. Pricing and Availability
|Product||Sampling||Temperature Range||Price Each Per 1,000||Packaging|
|ADAS3022||Now||–40°C to +85°C||$14.95||6 mm x 6 mm 40-lead LFCSP ((lead-frame chip-scale package)|
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