Mouser launches Analog Devices 16-bit AD7386 SAR ADC with a throughput rate of up to 4 MSPS

March 2, 2020-Focus on the introduction of new products and provide a large inventory of Electronic components distributor Mouser Electronics (Mouser Electronics) will begin to supply Analog Devices’ AD7386 successive approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converter (ADC) from now on. The 16-bit AD7386 is a single-ended type, functionally compatible with AD7380 and AD7381 ADCs, with a throughput rate of up to 4 MSPS, and is packaged in a 3 × 3 mm small LFCSP package. This dual-channel simultaneous sampling high-speed ADC is very suitable for motor control, sonar, power quality and data acquisition applications.

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The Analog Devices AD7386 supplied by Mouser contains two SAR ADCs, a multiplexer, a sequencer and a serial interface with two independent data output pins. Engineers can access the data on the device through a serial interface that supports one or two serial outputs. This ADC has a single-ended analog input, operating voltage is between 3.0V to 3.6V, and has a buffered internal 2.5V reference voltage (the maximum external reference voltage available for selection is up to 3.3V), and the typical drift is only ±1 ppm/°C.

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