Microchip Technology has introduced its MCP37Dx1-80 family, it’s second pipelined ADC offering and first to combine 80 MSPS in a choice of 12-, 14- and 16-bit resolutions, integrated digital features and qualification to a higher temperature range, including Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) Q100.
October 05, 2020. By Manu Tayal
System designers have limited options for small, robust, feature-rich high-speed ADCs for extended-temperature operation. Microchip Technology has filled this gap with its MCP37Dx1-80 family, it’s second pipelined ADC offering and first to combine 80 MSPS in a choice of 12-, 14- and 16-bit resolutions, integrated digital features and qualification to a higher temperature range, including Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) Q100.
Commenting on the new launch, Bryan Liddiard, Vice President, Mixed-Signal and Linear division at Microchip, said that “our latest ADCs meet growing customer demand for robust devices that can be used in high-temperature applications and offer integrated digital processing functions that simplify design and reduce overall development costs.”
“The MCP37Dx1-80 family joins Microchip’s 200MSPS ADCs to expand our high-speed offering into a much broader range of system design concepts,” Liddiard added.
The company’s MCP37Dx1-80 ADCs enable a wide variety of aerospace and defense, industrial and automotive systems that require a high level of reliability. Key ADC device features include:
Also, the evaluation boards with graphical user interface (GUI) and firmware are available for Microchip’s 12-, 14- and 16-bit MCP37Dx1-80 ADCs as a development aid for customers.
Meanwhile, the 12-bit MCP37D11-80, 14-bit MCP37D21-80 and 16-bit MCP37D31-80 ADCs are available for volume production now. They are priced at $17.45, $29.87 and $40.42 each, respectively, in 10,000-unit volumes.
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