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Automotive 2-channel 12-bit 140-kSPS I2C-compatible ADC with programmable threshold and host wake-up

Availability: 970


Package | PIN: WSON (DQC) | 10
Temp: Q (-40 to 125)
Carrier: Cut Tape
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1-9 $2.38
10-24 $2.13
25-99 $1.98
100-249 $1.72
250-499 $1.59
500-749 $1.33
750-999 $1.10
1000+ $1.00


  • AEC-Q100 qualified for automotive applications:
    • Device temperature grade 1:
      –40°C to 125°C,TA
  • Small package size: 3 mm × 2 mm
  • 12-bit noise-free resolution
  • Up to 140-kSPS sampling rate
  • Efficient host sleep and wake-up:
    • Autonomous monitoring at 900 nW
    • Windowedcomparator for event-triggered host wake-up
  • Independent configuration and calibration:
    • Dual-channel,pseudo-differential, or ground-sense input configuration
    • Programmablethresholds for calibration
    • Internal calibration improves offset anddrift
  • False trigger prevention:
    • Programmable thresholds perchannel
    • Programmable hysteresis for noise immunity
    • Eventcounter for transientrejection
  • I2C interface:
    • Compatible from 1.65 V to 3.6 V
    • 8configurable addresses
    • Up to 3.4 MHz (highspeed)
  • Analog supply: 1.65 V to 3.6 V

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Texas Instruments  XDS7142QDQCRQ1

The ADS7142-Q1 is 12-bit, 140-kSPS successive-approximation register (SAR)analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that can autonomously monitor signals while maximizing systempower, reliability, and performance. The device implements event-triggered interrupts per channelusing a digital window comparator with programmable high and low thresholds, hysteresis, and eventcounter. The device includes a dual-channel analog multiplexer in front of a SAR ADC followed by aninternal data buffer for converting and capturing data from sensors.

The ADS7142-Q1 is available in a 10-pin WSON package and can achieve low powerconsumption of only 900 nW. The small form-factor and low-power consumption make this devicesuitable for space-constrained applications.