|Package | PIN:||PW | 24|
|Temp:||S (-20 to 75)|
- Internal Sample-and-Hold Function
- Single +5V Operation
- Internal Reference Bias Resistors
- Industry Standard Pinout
- TRI-STATE Outputs
- Resolution 8Bits
- Maximum Sampling Frequency 20Msps (min)
- DNL 0.75 LSB (max)
- ENOB 7.5 Bits (typ)
- Ensured No Missing Codes
- Power Consumption (excluding IREF) 60mW (typ)
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Texas Instruments ADC1175CIMTC/NOPB
The ADC1175 is a low power, 20 Msps analog-to-digital converter that digitizes signals to 8 bits while consuming just 60 mW of power (typ). The ADC1175 uses a unique architecture that achieves 7.5 Effective Bits. Output formatting is straight binary coding.
The excellent DC and AC characteristics of this device, together with its low power consumption and +5V single supply operation, make it ideally suited for many video, imaging and communications applications, including use in portable equipment. Furthermore, the ADC1175 is resistant to latch-up and the outputs are short-circuit proof. The top and bottom of the ADC1175's reference ladder is available for connections, enabling a wide range of input possibilities.
The ADC1175 is offered in a TSSOP. It is designed to operate over the commercial temperature range of -20°C to +75°C.