Mouser Electronics has recently started offering the ADAQ23875 µModule data acquisition solution (DAQ) from Analog Devices, Inc.
Utilizing system-in-package (SIP) technology, the ADAQ23875 integrates multiple common signal-processing and conditioning blocks into a single device, reducing end system component count and development cycles of precision measurement systems.
The Analog Devices ADAQ23875 DAQ, available from Mouser Electronics, integrates a low-noise, fully differential analog-to-digital converter (ADC) driver; a stable reference buffer; and a high-speed 16-bit, 15 MSPS successive approximation register (SAR) ADC.
The device also incorporates Analog Devices’ iPassives technology, supplying crucial passive components with superior matching and drift characteristics, to minimize temperature-dependent error sources through optimized performance.
The fast settling of the ADC driver stage, with fully differential or single-ended to differential input and no latency of the SAR ADC, provides a unique solution for high-channel-count multiplexed signal chain architectures and control loop applications.
The ADAQ23875 comes in a 9 mm × 9 mm package, four times smaller than its discrete equivalent, enabling smaller-form-factor instruments without sacrificing performance.
The ADAQ features a serial low-voltage differential-signaling (LVDS) digital interface with one-lane or two-lane output modes, allowing the user to optimize the interface data rate for each application.
The ADAQ23875 is supported by the EVAL-ADAQ23875FMCZ evaluation board, also available from Mouser Electronics. The EVAL-ADAQ23875FMCZ, together with the required EVAL-SDP-CH1Z high-speed controller board and signal source, demonstrates the performance of the ADAQ23875 µModule.
The board includes a pre-mounted ADAQ23875, a choice of a 4.096 V or 2.048 V reference, onboard reference, low-dropout (LDO) regulator, and power supply circuits, and an 800 MHz clock distribution IC.