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Analog Devices unveils high-speed DAQ µModule

Analog Devices (ADI) has introduced a 16-bit, 15 MSPS data acquisition mModule solution for digitising fast transient signals in power analysis applications, Hardware in the Loop (HiL) applications or source measurement unit applications.

The ADAQ23875 incorporates the critical signal conditioning circuitry associated with scaling the signal from the sensor and enables a 4x footprint reduction versus a discrete equivalent solution.

The module reduces the development cycle of precision, high-speed measurement systems by transferring the component selection, optimisation, and layout from the designer to the device.

By incorporating more of the signal chain in a package, the ADAQ23875 enables high repeatability of system level performance over the lifetime of the system in manufacturing and helps to reduce the OEM’s total cost of ownership.

The ADAQ2387x family is available in 16-bit and 18-bit resolution with different input range.

Key Features:

  • 16-Bit, 15MSPS DAQ solution
  • Integrated precision signal scaling circuitry
  • Wide common mode input range (-1V to +4V) with high CMRR 96dB
  • 4x foot reduction

Neil Tyler

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