Signal conditioning circuitry results in footprint reduction for data acquisition
For digitising fast transient signals in power analysis applications, and enabling low latency digital control loop in hardware in the loop (HiL) applications or source measurement unit applications, the ADAQ23874 is a DAQ Module introduced by Analog Devices.
The 16-bit, 15Msamples per second data acquisition DAQ Module incorporates the critical signal conditioning circuitry associated with scaling the signal from the sensor. It enables a four-fold footprint reduction when compared with a discrete equivalent solution, said Analog Devices.
The ADAQ23875 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 which is claimed to reduce the OEM’s total cost of ownership.
The ADAQ2387x family is available in 16-bit (ADAQ23875, one input and ADAQ23876, four input ranges) and 18-bit resolution (ADAQ23878, four input ranges). The DAQ Module has a wide common mode input range of -1.0 to +4.0V with high common mode rejection ration of (CMRR) of 96dB
Samples are available now. The ADAQ23875 is available in full production quantities now and the ADAQ23876 and ADAQ23878 will be available in August and September 2021, respectively.