TI claims smallest wideband 24-bit ADC
The ADS127L11, the newest product in TI’s portfolio of precision wideband ADCs, achieves ultra-precise data acquisition in a 50% smaller package, optimising power consumption, resolution and measurement bandwidth.
The device offers wideband and low-latency filter options to optimize ADC performance and deliver tailored data acquisition.
Designers can use wideband mode to improve AC measurement resolution with 50% wider bandwidth, data rates as high as 400 kSPS, and a 30% higher signal-to-noise ratio than competing data converters, while minimizing noise at high frequencies.
In low-latency mode, the Chipndelivers 25% lower latency at up to 1,067 kSPS and 83.3% lower offset drift — 50 nV/°C — to help designers improve DC measurement resolution, data throughput and response times in data acquisition and condition-monitoring applications.
The device comes in a 3-mm-by-3-mm quad flat no-lead (WQFN) package.
Power consumption is as low as 3.3 mW with sampling rates as high as 50 kSPS, improving signal resolution and battery life.
The chip comes either in a 20-pin, 3-mm-by-3-mm WQFN package or a 20-pin, 6.5-mm-by-4.4-mm thin shrink small-outline package (TSSOP).
Pricing starts at US$5.75 in 1,000-unit quantities.