ADS7851EVM-PDK Demonstration Board for 14 bit, 1.5-MSPS Fully-differential, SAR ADC

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Description

The ADS7851EVM-PDK is a platform for evaluation of the ADS7851 analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The ADS7851 is a 14 bit, fully-differential, unipolar, Successive-Approximation-Register (SAR) ADC with maximum throughput of 1.5MSPS.  The ADS7851EVM includes input drivers enabling the ADC to work within its typical performance specifications. The SDCC interface board provides a USB port and power for the system.

Features
  • Easy to use software includes control of board settings, analysis tools and data collection.
  • Software capable of sampling rates up to 1.5MSPS
  • THS4521 (145MHz, 1.14mA/ch) ADC input drivers
  • Built-in analysis tools include scope, FFT and histogram analysis


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ADS7851EVM-PDK:
ADS7851EVM-PDK Evaluation Module for 14-Bit, Fully-differential,Unipolar, Successive-Approximation-Register (SAR) ADC

$299.00(USD)




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Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 8779 31 Mar 2014 157

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TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
ADS7251  SAR ADC, Dual, 2 MSPS, 12 Bit, Simultaneous Sampling  Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) 
ADS7851  SAR ADC, Dual, 1.5 MSPS, 14 Bit, Simultaneous Sampling  Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) 

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