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LINEAR TECHNOLOGY  LTC1294DCN#PBF  Analogue to Digital Converter, 12 bit, 46.5 kSPS, Single, 4.75 V, 5.25 V, DIP

LINEAR TECHNOLOGY LTC1294DCN#PBF
Manufacturer Part No:
LTC1294DCN#PBF
Order Code:
1330826
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The LTC1294DCN#PBF is a single chip Data Acquisition System which contain a serial I/O successive approximation A/D converter. It uses LTCMOSTM switched capacitor technology to perform 12-bit unipolar plus sign bipolar A/D conversions. The input multiplexer can be configured for either single-ended or differential inputs. An on-chip sample and hold is included for all single-ended input channels. The LTC1296 includes a system shutdown output pin which can be used to power down external circuitry such as signal conditioning circuitry prior to the input mux. The serial I/O is designed to communicate without external hardware to most MPU serial ports and all MPU parallel I/O ports allowing up to eight channels of data to be transmitted over as few as three wires.
  • Power shutdown
  • Built-in sample-and-hold
  • Direct 4-wire interface to most MPU serial ports and all MPU parallel ports
  • System shutdown output

Product Information

Resolution (Bits):
12bit
Sampling Rate:
46.5kSPS
Supply Voltage Type:
Single
Supply Voltage Min:
4.75V
Supply Voltage Max:
5.25V
ADC / DAC Case Style:
DIP
No. of Pins:
20Pins
Input Channel Type:
Differential, Single Ended
Data Interface:
Serial
Operating Temperature Min:
0°C
Operating Temperature Max:
70°C
Packaging:
Each
Product Range:
Octal 12-Bit SAR ADCs
Automotive Qualification Standard:
-
MSL:
-
SVHC:
No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)

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Applications

  • Automation & Process Control

Legislation and Environmental

Country of Origin:
United States

Country in which last significant manufacturing process was carried out

RoHS Compliant:
Yes
Tariff No:
85423990
Weight (kg):
.002273

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