Data Converters

Analog-To-Digital Converter

Microchip offers a wide selection of ADCs targeting low power and small footprints. Various architectures are available spanning speeds up to 200Msps with high accuracy options.

  • Microchip ADC devices offer
  • High accuracy
  • Low power operation
  • Small packaging
  • Simplicity of system design

Pipelined A/D Converters

Microchip’s Pipelined Analog-to-Digital Converters offer 16-bit resolution with sampling speeds up to 200 Msps.

 

Delta-Sigma A/D Converters

Microchip’s Delta-Sigma ADC families offer 16 to 24-bits of resolution with sampling rates from 4 sps to over 100 ksps.

SAR A/D Converters

Microchip’s SAR (Successive Approximation Register) ADC offering provides a broad selection for low power applications. These devices operate with an active conversion current as low as 175 µA.

Pipelined A/D Converters
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SAR A/D Converters
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Display A/D Converters

Microchip offers a wide variety of display ADCs, which provide a complete data acquisition system on a chip.

Dual Slope A/D Converters

Noise rejection of 50/60 Hz and flexible speed vs. resolution configuration make these devices suitable for a variety of data acquisition systems.

BCD & Binary A/D Converters

High precision plus industry standard interfaces and pinouts make these devices fit in applications such as sensor interfaces, process controls, panel meters, instrumentation.

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Dual Slope A/D Converters
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BCD & Binary A/D Converters
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Digital Potentiometers

Digital Potentiometers

 

Microchip offers a wide variety of digital potentiometer (digipot) devices that service a broad range of applications, including but not limited to system calibration, gain and offset trimming, set-points, etc. These low-power, compact devices feature 6 to 8 bits of resolution, 1 to 4 channel counts, and are available in both volatile and non-volatile memory types. Tiny packages such as SC-70 and DFN (2×3) are offered for space constraint systems. High voltage digipot devices that can support +/- 18V dual voltage operation or 10V to 36V single voltage operation are also available.

 

 

Microchip’s Digital Potentiometer offers:

 

  • Broad portfolio
  • Excellent cost-to-performance ratio
  • Low power
  • Small package

 

 

Improve your new design in many industries:

 

  • Industrial and Instrumentation
  • Automotive Industry
  • Networking and Communications
  • Consumer Electronics

 

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Digital-To-Analog Converters

Digitial-To-Analog Converters (DACs)

 

Microchip’s low cost Digital-to-Analog converter (DAC) products feature low power operation with 8-, 10- and 12-bit resolutions. The unique non-volatile memory option allows DAC settings to be saved during power down and can help reducing micro-controller overhead as well as simplify design. Small form factor options as SOT-23 and DFN(2X2) packages are available.

  • Microchip’s DAC devices offer
  • Low power
  • Excellent cost-to-performance ratio
  • Small package

 

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Energy Measurement

Energy Measurement

 

Derived from generations of innovation in the utility metering and switch mode power supply (SMPS) markets, Microchip has developed a portfolio of high performance sing-phase and poly-phase power measurement solutions to tackle the evolving needs of energy management.  Our portfolio includes solutions ideal for smart metering, switch mode power supplies, intelligent lighting and smart building applications.

 

Microchip Power & Energy Measurement offering provides:

 

  • High accuracy measurement
  • Full family of single-phase and poly-phase solutions
  • Flexible and highly integrated solutions
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F/V and V/F Converters
Power/Current Sensors

Power/Current Sensors

 

Microchip’s power and current measurement IC products offer: Measuring dynamic power and longer sampling intervals compared to industry norm, as well as excellent sensors to collect data.

 

Systems designers know that before they can manage power, they first need to measure it.   These power monitoring ICs measure power, voltage and current, while providing the calculated power over an I2C interface.

 

Power consumption figures into cost of ownership for many industries: networking, communication, and computing.  By means of active configuration over the I2C, these power monitors can help conserve power.  With this in mind, systems can be designed for lower or higher power, voltage, and current case scenarios.

 

These I2C power monitors are based on the traditional high-side current sensor.  The current monitors can measure voltage rails from 0V to 40V.  Several of the devices also come with temperature sensors for where we see high power we need thermal management.

 

Power/Current Monitors with I2C:

 

  • Calculates power
  • Measures up to 40V
  • No filter circuits required
  • Sampling intervals up to 2 seconds
  • Peak detection with duration setting
  • Zero drift architecture

 

Analog High Side Current Monitors:

 

  • Supply 8.0 to 450V
  • Typical gain: 1.0 or 5.0
  • Max VSENSE 500mV
  • Fast rise / fall times, 700ns to 2.0µs
  • Voltage output option HV7802

 

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Voltage References

Microchip offers several families of series and shunt voltage references, with options for high-accuracy, low-noise and general purpose use. These devices provide a stable reference for a wide variety of data conversion and signal conditioning applications.

 

Microchip Voltage Reference devices offer:

 

  • 0.1% initial accuracy families
  • Industry standard families
  • Wide selection of voltage options including adjustable

 

Use our Voltage Reference devices in your new application:

 

  • Data Acquisition Systems
  • Measurement devices and sensors
  • Industrial Controls
  • Medical device

 

 

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