ADS1255IDBT

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ADS1255IDBT

24-Bit, 30kSPS, Very-Low-Noise Delta-Sigma ADC

Packaging

Package | PIN: DB | 20
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Cut Tape
Qty Price
1-9 $13.03
10-24 $12.12
25-99 $11.69
100-249 $10.21
250-499 $9.72
500-749 $8.95
750-999 $8.03
1000+ $8.00

Features

  • 24 Bits, No Missing Codes
    • All Data Rates and PGA Settings
  • Up to 23 Bits Noise-Free Resolution
  • ±0.0010% Nonlinearity (max)
  • Data Output Rates to 30kSPS
  • Fast Channel Cycling
    • 18.6 Bits Noise-Free (21.3 Effective Bits) at 1.45kHz
  • One-Shot Conversions with Single-Cycle Settling
  • Flexible Input Multiplexer with Sensor Detect
    • Four Differential Inputs (ADS1256 only)
    • Eight Single-Ended Inputs (ADS1256 only)
  • Chopper-Stabilized Input Buffer
  • Low-Noise PGA: 27nV Input-Referred Noise
  • Self and System Calibration for All PGA Settings
  • 5V Tolerant SPI™-Compatible Serial Interface
  • Analog Supply: 5V
  • Digital Supply: 1.8V to 3.6V
  • Power Dissipation
    • As Low as 38mW in Normal Mode
    • 0.4mW in Standby Mode

Texas Instruments  ADS1255IDBT

The ADS1255 and ADS1256 are extremely low-noise, 24-bit analog-to-digital (A/D) converters. They provide complete high-resolution measurement solutions for the most demanding applications.

The converter is comprised of a 4th-order, delta-sigma (ΔΣ) modulator followed by a programmable digital filter. A flexible input multiplexer handles differential or single-ended signals and includes circuitry to verify the integrity of the external sensor connected to the inputs. The selectable input buffer greatly increases the input impedance and the low-noise programmable gain amplifier (PGA) provides gains from 1 to 64 in binary steps. The programmable filter allows the user to optimize between resolution of up to 23 bits noise-free and data rate of up to 30k samples per second (SPS). The converters offer fast channel cycling for measuring multiplexed inputs and can also perform one-shot conversions that settle in just a single cycle.

Communication is handled over an SPI-compatible serial interface that can operate with a 2-wire connection. Onboard calibration supports both self and system correction of offset and gain errors for all the PGA settings. Bidirectional digital I/Os and a programmable clock output driver are provided for general use. The ADS1255 is packaged in an SSOP-20, and the ADS1256 in an SSOP-28.