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 The [[adi>​AD4630-24]] is a two-channel,​ simultaneous sampling, Easy Drive, 2 MSPS successive approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converter (ADC). ​ The [[adi>​AD4030-24]] is the single channel version. With a guaranteed maximum ±0.9 ppm INL and no missing codes at 24-bits, the [[adi>​AD4630-24]] and [[adi>​AD4030-24]] achieve unparalleled precision from −40°C to +125°C. The [[adi>​AD4030-16]] is a 16-bit dual channel version. The [[adi>​AD4630-24]] is a two-channel,​ simultaneous sampling, Easy Drive, 2 MSPS successive approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converter (ADC). ​ The [[adi>​AD4030-24]] is the single channel version. With a guaranteed maximum ±0.9 ppm INL and no missing codes at 24-bits, the [[adi>​AD4630-24]] and [[adi>​AD4030-24]] achieve unparalleled precision from −40°C to +125°C. The [[adi>​AD4030-16]] is a 16-bit dual channel version.
  
-A low-drift, internal precision reference buffer eases voltage reference sharing with other system circuitry. The AD4630-24 offers a typical dynamic range of 106 dB when using a 5 V reference. The AD4030-24 offers a typical dynamic range of 109dB using a 5 V reference. ​ The low noise floor enables signal chains requiring less gain and lower power. A block averaging filter with programmable decimation ratio can increase dynamic range up to 153 dB and 155.5dB for the AD4030. The wide differential input and common mode ranges allow inputs to use the full ±VREF range without saturating, simplifying signal conditioning requirements and system calibration. The improved settling of the Easy Drive analog inputs broadens the selection of analog front-end components compatible with the [[adi>​AD4630-24]] and [[adi>​AD4030-24]]. Both single-ended and differential signals are supported. ​+A low-drift, internal precision reference buffer eases voltage reference sharing with other system circuitry. The AD4630-24 offers a typical dynamic range of 106 dB when using a 5 V reference. The AD4030-24 offers a typical dynamic range of 109dB using a 5 V reference. ​ The low noise floor enables signal chains requiring less gain and lower power. A block averaging filter with programmable decimation ratio can increase dynamic range up to 153 dB and 155.5dB for the AD4030. The wide differential input and common mode ranges allow inputs to use the full ±VREF range without saturating, simplifying signal conditioning requirements and system calibration. The improved settling of the Easy Drive analog inputs broadens the selection of analog front-end components compatible with the [[adi>​AD4630-24]], [[adi>​AD4630-16]] and [[adi>​AD4030-24]]. Both single-ended and differential signals are supported. ​
  
 The versatile Flexi-SPI serial interface eases host processor and ADC integration. A wide data clocking window, multiple SDO lanes, and optional DDR data clocking can reduce the serial clock to 10 MHz while operating at a sample rate of 2 MSPS. Echo clock mode and ADC master clock mode relax the timing requirements and simplify the use of digital isolators. The versatile Flexi-SPI serial interface eases host processor and ADC integration. A wide data clocking window, multiple SDO lanes, and optional DDR data clocking can reduce the serial clock to 10 MHz while operating at a sample rate of 2 MSPS. Echo clock mode and ADC master clock mode relax the timing requirements and simplify the use of digital isolators.
resources/tools-software/uc-drivers/ad463x.txt · Last modified: 29 Jul 2022 09:53 by Padraic O Reilly