32-Bit SAR ADC with Digitally Filtered & 1Msps No Latency Outputs

MILPITAS, CA - August 1, 2016 - Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC2508-32, an ultrahigh precision 32-bit successive approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converter (ADC). Many high performance applications, including data acquisition, industrial control and medical instrumentation, require both accuracy and speed. This is often achieved by using a high resolution delta-sigma ADC and a high speed SAR ADC in the same system. The LTC2508-32 simplifies such hybrid ADC system design by simultaneously providing both a 32-bit low noise digitally filtered output and a 14-bit 1Msps no latency output. Since these outputs are generated from a single 32-bit SAR ADC core, the high accuracy and high speed outputs are perfectly matched, even as the operating temperature, supply and stress vary. In contrast to traditional solutions employing two distinct unmatched ADCs, the unique combination of both accuracy and speed in the LTC2508-32 enables much higher system performance while reducing solution size and lowering component count.

The LTC2508-32 is ideal for applications that simultaneously require precision measurement and fast tracking of signals. The exceptional 3.5ppm guaranteed maximum linearity, together with up to 145dB of dynamic range, enables the LTC2508-32 to make precision measurements in the presence of noise. Simultaneously, the high speed 1Msps output provides a 14-bit differential and 8-bit common mode representation of the input signal, enabling sophisticated control loop designs with early detection mechanisms. The LTC2508-32 further improves system accuracy while simplifying signal conditioning design by directly digitizing the input signal over the full input range with over 120dB of common mode rejection.

The LTC2508-32 features an integrated digital filter that can be configured to optimize the 32-bit high accuracy output’s noise performance and bandwidth, up to a maximum 145dB of dynamic range at an output data rate of 61sps. The integrated digital filter offers a minimum 80dB attenuation of out-of-band noise, relaxing analog anti-aliasing filter requirements and significantly reducing system complexity. The reduced data rate of the digitally filtered output also eases communication with slow processors.

The LTC2508-32 dissipates 24mW of power from a single 2.5V supply. The LTC2508-32 is available today in a space saving 7mm × 4mm 24-lead DFN package. Pricing for the LTC2508-32 starts at $8.95 each in 1,000-piece quantities.

Summary of Features: LTC2508-32

±0.5ppm INL (Typ)
145dB Dynamic Range (Typ) at 61sps
131dB Dynamic Range (Typ) at 4ksps
Guaranteed 32-Bit No Missing Codes
Configurable Digital Filter with Synchronization
Relaxed Anti-Aliasing Filter Requirements
Dual Output 32-Bit SAR ADC
32-Bit Digitally Filtered Low Noise Output
14-Bit Differential + 8-Bit Common Mode 1Msps No Latency Output
Wide Input Common Mode Range
1.8V to 5V SPI-Compatible Serial I/O
Low Power: 24mW at 1Msps
24-Lead (7mm × 4mm) DFN Package

For more info, visit http://www.linear.com/product/LTC2508-32
 

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