ADS8318

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16-Bit, Unipolar Differential Input, 500kSPS Serial Out, 4.5V-to-5.5V Micropower Sampling ADC

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Parameters

Resolution (Bits) 16 Number of input channels 1 Sample rate (Max) (kSPS) 500 Interface type SPI Architecture SAR Input type Differential Multi-channel configuration Rating Catalog Reference mode Ext Input range (Max) (V) 5.5 Input range (Min) (V) -5.5 Features Daisy-Chainable, Small Size Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85 Power consumption (Typ) (mW) 18 Analog voltage AVDD (Min) (V) 4.5 SNR (dB) 96 Analog voltage AVDD (Max) (V) 5.5 INL (Max) (+/-LSB) 1 Digital supply (Min) (V) 2.375 Digital supply (Max) (V) 5.5 open-in-new Find other Precision ADCs (<=10MSPS)

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Features

  • 500-kHz Sample Rate
  • 16-Bit Resolution
  • Zero Latency at Full Speed
  • Unipolar, Differential Input, Range: –Vref to Vref
  • SPI Compatible Serial Interface with Daisy Chain Option
  • Excellent Performance:
    • 95.2dB SNR Typ at 10-kHz I/P
    • –108dB THD Typ at 10-kHz I/P
    • ±1.0 LSB Max INL
    • ±0.75 LSB Max DNL
  • Low Power Dissipation: 18 mW Typ at 500 KSPS
  • Power Scales Linearly with Speed: 3.6 mW/100 KSPS
  • Power Dissipation During Power-Down State: 0.25 µW Typ
  • 10-Pin MSOP and SON Packages
  • APPLICATIONS
    • Battery Powered Equipments
    • Data Acquisition Systems
    • Instrumentation and Process Control
    • Medical Electronics
    • Optical Networking

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Description

The ADS8318 is a 16-bit, 500-KSPS analog-to-digital converter. It operates with a 2.048-V to 5.5-V external reference. The device includes a capacitor based, SAR A/D converter with inherent sample and hold.

The devices includes a 50-MHz SPI compatible serial interface. The interface is designed to support daisy chaining or cascading of multiple devices. Also a Busy Indicator makes it easy to synchronize with the digital host.

The ADS8318 unipolar differential input range supports a differential input swing of –Vref to +Vref with a common-mode of +Vref/2.

Device operation is optimized for very low power operation, and the power consumption directly scales with speed. This feature makes it attractive for lower speed applications.

It is available in 10-pin MSOP and SON packages.

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* Datasheet 16-Bit, 500-KSPS, Serial Interface microPOWER, Miniature SAR ADC* datasheet (Rev. A) Mar. 23, 2011
Application notes Circuit for protecting low-voltage SAR ADC from electrical overstress with minim May 25, 2019
White papers Voltage-reference impact on total harmonic distortion Aug. 01, 2016
White papers Best of Baker's Best: Precision Data Converters -- SAR ADCs May 21, 2015
Technical articles Input considerations for SAR ADCs Jun. 20, 2014
Application notes ADC Parameters Unit Conversion Mar. 05, 2013
Application notes Determining Minimum Acquisition Times for SAR ADCs, part 2 Mar. 17, 2011
Application notes Determining Minimum Acquisition Times for SAR ADCs, part 1 (Rev. A) Nov. 10, 2010
Application notes Low Power Input and Reference Driver Circuit for ADS8318 and ADS8319 Jun. 24, 2009

Design & development

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Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) input driver design tool supporting multiple input types
ADC-INPUT-CALC ADC-INPUT-CALC is an online tool that provides support for designing the input buffer to an analog-to-digital converter (ADC). It offers 24 different op-amp based buffer circuits that can be used to drive an ADC input. The available topologies cover differential, single-ended and transformer-coupled (...)
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