DEMO-AD7124-DZ

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Analog Devices Inc.

Analog Devices Inc.

Analog Devices (NASDAQ: ADI) leads in crafting high-performance analog, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing integrated circuits. For decades, they've tackled signal processing challenges across global electronics. With over 100,000 clients, their products convert real-world phenomena into electrical signals. Merged with Maxim Integrated, they offer top-tier mixed-signal and power management technologies, solving complex problems from DC to 100 GHz and sensor to cloud.

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FEATURES
3 power modes
RMS noise
     Low power: 24 nV rms at 1.17 SPS, gain = 128 (255 μA typical)
     Mid power: 20 nV rms at 2.34 SPS, gain = 128 (355 μA typical)
     Full power: 23 nV rms at 9.4 SPS, gain = 128 (930 μA typical)
Up to 22 noise free bits in all power modes (gain = 1)
Output data rate
    Full power: 9.38 SPS to 19,200 SPS
    Mid power: 2.34 SPS to 4800 SPS
    Low power: 1.17 SPS to 2400 SPS
Rail-to-rail analog inputs for gains > 1
Simultaneous 50 Hz/60 Hz rejection at 25 SPS (single cycle settling)
Diagnostic functions (which aid safe integrity level (SIL) certification)
Crosspoint multiplexed analog inputs
4 differential/7 pseudo differential inputs
Programmable gain (1 to 128)
Band gap reference with 10 ppm/°C drift maximum (70 μA)
Matched programmable excitation currents
Internal clock oscillator and temperature sensor
On-chip bias voltage generator

Low-side power switch 

Multiple filter options
Sensor burnout detection
Automatic channel sequencer
Per channel configuration
Power-down current: 5 μA maximum
24-lead TSSOP
3-wire or 4-wire serial interface
  SPI, QSPI, MICROWIRE, and DSP compatible
  Schmitt trigger on SCLK

ENHANCED PRODUCT FEATURES
Supports defense and aerospace applications (AQEC standard)
Full military temperature range: −55°C to +125°C
Controlled manufacturing baseline
1 assembly/test site
1 fabrication site
Product change notification
Qualification data available on request 

APPLICATIONS
Military and space
Avionics
Pressure measurement
Instrumentation 


Feature

  • Enhanced replacement for LF412 and TL082
  • AC performance
    • Settles to ±0.01% in 1.0 μs
    • 16 V/μs minimum slew rate (AD712J)
    • 3 MHz minimum unity-gain bandwidth (AD712J)
  • DC performance
    • 200 V/mV minimum open-loop gain (AD712K)
    • Surface mount available in tape and reel in accordance with the EIA-481A standard
    • MIL-STD-883B parts available
    • Single version available: AD711
    • Quad version: AD713
    • Available in PDIP, SOIC_N, and CERDIP packages
AD712-EP supports defense and aerospace applications (AQEC standard)
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  • Military temperature range  (−55°C to +125°C)
  • Controlled manufacturing baseline
  • One assembly/test site
  • One fabrication site
  • Enhanced product change notification
  • Qualification data available on request
  • V62/11603 DSCC Drawing Number

Product Attributes

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Series Circuits from the Lab™
Package Box
Product Status Active
Type Interface
Function 4 ~ 20mA Transmitter
Utilized IC / Part AD7124-4
Primary Attributes HART® Interface
Supplied Contents Board(s)

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$97.80

Price update:a months ago
Available in stock: 4818
Analog Devices Inc.

Analog Devices Inc.

Analog Devices (NASDAQ: ADI) leads in crafting high-performance analog, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing integrated circuits. For decades, they've tackled signal processing challenges across global electronics. With over 100,000 clients, their products convert real-world phenomena into electrical signals. Merged with Maxim Integrated, they offer top-tier mixed-signal and power management technologies, solving complex problems from DC to 100 GHz and sensor to cloud.

View All Product from Analog Devices Inc.

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