TLC4545IDGK

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TLC4545IDGK

16-Bit 200KSPS ADC Serial Out, Auto PWRDN, Pseudo Differential Input

Packaging

Package | PIN: DGK | 8
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Partial Tube
Qty Price
1-9 $14.70
10-24 $13.67
25-99 $13.19
100-249 $11.52
250-499 $10.97
500-749 $10.09
750-999 $9.06
1000+ $9.03

Features

  • 200-KSPS Sampling Rate
  • Built-In Conversion Clock
  • INL: ±2.5 LSB Max,
    DNL: 2 to –1 LSB Max
  • SINAD = 84.5 dB, SFDR = 95 dB,
    THD = 94 dB at 15 kHz fin, 200 KSPS
  • SPI/DSP-Compatible Serial Interfaces With SCLK Input up to 15 MHz
  • Single 5-V Supply
  • Rail-to-Rail Analog Input With 500 kHz BW
  • Two Input Options Available:
    • TLC4541 – Single Channel Input
    • TLC4545 – Single Channel, Pseudo-differential Input
  • (TLC4541) Optimized DSP Interface – Requires FS Input Only
  • Low Power With Auto-Power Down
    • Operating Current: 3.5 mA
    • Auto-Power Down Current: 5 uA
  • Pin Compatible 12/14/16-Bit Family in 8-Pin SOIC and MSOP Packages
  • APPLICATIONS
    • ATE System
    • Industrial Process Control
    • Measurement
    • Motor Control

Texas Instruments  TLC4545IDGK

The TLC4541 and TLC4545 are a family of high performance, 16-bit, low power, miniature CMOS analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). These devices operate from a single 5-V supply. Devices are available with single, dual, or single pseudo-differential inputs. All of these devices have a chip select (CS)\, serial clock (SCLK), and serial data output (SDO) that provides a direct 3-wire interface to the serial port of most popular host microprocessors (SPI interface). When interfaced with a DSP, a frame sync signal (FS) is used to indicate the start of a serial data frame on either pin 1 (CS)\ or pin 7 (FS) for the TLC4541. The TLC4545 ADC connects to the DSP via pin 1 only (CS)\.

The TLC4541 and TLC4545 are designed to operate with low power consumption. The power saving feature is further enhanced with an auto-power down mode. This product family features a high-speed serial link to modern host processors with an external SCLK up to 15 MHz. Both families use a built-in oscillator as the conversion clock, providing a 2.94 us maximum conversion time.