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ADC36600 Family of 14,16 and 18 bit SAR ADCs for High-Precision Data Acquisition at Low Power Consumption


ADC3660, a new family of successive-approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) has been added by Texas instruments to its portfolio of high-speed data converters. Offering a superior dynamic range at low power consumption, this new ADC allows high-precision data acquisition in industrial designs.


The ADC3660 family includes eight SAR ADCs in 14-,16-, and 18-bit resolution. All these devices allow the designers to improve signal resolution, extend battery life and strengthen system protection. These new devices have sampling speeds ranging from 10 to 125 MSPS and deliver up to 80% lower latency than competitive devices at similar speeds. The ultra-low latency of the device enables high-speed digital control loops in a wide variety of industrial systems to more accurately monitor and respond to voltage and current spikes.


The ADC3660 family of SAR ADCs allows the engineers to deliver excellent noise performance and low power consumption at the same time without compromising the other. The high sampling speeds and integrated features of the device reduce the number of components in the system, this eventually reduces the complexity of the system design.


Features of ADC354x SAR ADCs

  • 14-bit 10/25/65 MSPS ADC
  • Noise floor: –155 dBFS/Hz
  • Ultra-low power with optimized power scaling: 36 mW (10 MSPS) to 79 mW (65 MSPS)
  • Latency: 1 clock cycle
  • INL: ±0.5 LSB; DNL: ±0.05 LSB
  • Reference: external or internal
  • Input Bandwidth: 400 MHz (3-dB)
  • Industrial temperature range: –40°C to +105°C
  • Small footprint: 40-VQFN (5 mm × 5 mm) package
  • Single 1.8-V supply


Note: More technical information can be found in the ADC3541 Datasheet linked at the bottom of this page and on the ADC3660 Family of SAR ADCs product page.

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