Improve your design with high-performance isolated ADCs
ADCs with isolation technology that enables higher performance and longer lifetimes
Isolated ADCs, also known as isolated modulators, are ICs that output a digital bitstream from a precise delta sigma modulator capable of withstanding high common mode voltages. TI’s portfolio consists of both basic and reinforced isolated modulators for current sensing and voltage sensing applications needing high performance and reliability at a low price.
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Reference design for shunt-based current measurement applications requiring galvanic isolation and accuracy implements isolated current sensing data acquisition
Reference design that provides ability to evaluate the performance of these measurements: three motor currents, three inverter voltages and the DC Link voltage
Reference design providing a unique approach for extending the current measurement range using a single shunt and voltage measurement
Featured isolated ADC resources
This quick guide can serve as a reference for experienced designers or a starting point for engineers who are new to understanding isolation technologies.
Understand the high-voltage isolation quality and reliability of devices such as the industry's highest performing reinforced isolated amplifier, the AMC1301.
This document compares isolated amplifiers and isolated-modulator-based solutions and explains some unique advantages of isolated-modulator-based solutions.