Brochure: Industrial Automation Solutions

Brochure: Industrial Automation Solutions
Industrial Automation Solutions
Data Converters, Amplifiers, Power Management,
Isolators, Interface, and Microcontrollers
Analog Devices has a 40 year heritage of working in concert with its industrial customers
to define, develop, and deploy complete signal chain solutions that are optimized for their
applications. ADI’s legacy of supporting the industrial sector’s long product life cycles with
multiyear manufacturing commitments is augmented by the company’s educated sales
force, knowledgeable field applications engineers, and advanced design support tools that
include evaluation boards and SPICE models. In addition, Analog Devices provides worldclass quality and supply chain support coupled with superior on-time delivery.
In a host of industries—from automotive assembly
to food processing to oil refining—industrial process
control applications require solutions to the growing
demand for feature-rich, high performance, highly
reliable semiconductor components. The increase
in sensor and actuator usage has resulted in tighter
control of open- and closed-loop processes, leading
to improved systems for asset management, building
control, measurement, and programmable automation. This brochure features recently announced signal
path ICs that are ideally suited for demanding industrial environments within current and future industrial
control systems.
Measurement and control implementations exist in
several industrial applications, including programmable
logic controllers (PLC), distributed control systems
(DCS), smart transmitters, and general-purpose data
acquisition. Their purpose is to leverage various types
of sensors and feedback mechanisms to monitor
and control machine or system interactions by
collecting, storing, and analyzing data. Acquiring data
from sensors involves precision measurement and
processing of analog variables, such as voltages and
currents, where there is a need to often sense very
small changes. Typical devices used in the input signal
chain are amplifiers, multiplexers, isolators, and ADCs.
Accuracy, drift, noise rejection, and processing speed
are all very important characteristics in these systems.
System requirements for accuracy, bandwidth, and
input range dictate the selection of not only the choice
of signal chain components but also power supply
A DSP or microcontroller is commonly used to
process the digital signals for display or analysis.
Once process data has been appropriately conditioned
and digitized, an appropriate action normally takes
place. This action occurs in the output signal chain.
A response is fed into a DAC, which can control or
manipulate the appropriate actuator, pump, or valve,
or simply transmit data over the 4 mA to 20 mA
control loop, depending on the desired result.
If the system resides in a harsh industrial
environment, safety measures require not only an
isolation barrier that prevents ground loops but
operation that is intrinsically safe as well. Isolation
devices are used to protect against high voltages or
currents caused by line surges, which can introduce
noise, degrade measurements, and even destroy
system components.
Analog Devices—with a broad selection of analog,
power, and interface ICs—is positioned to deliver
world-class processing solutions to our customers and
continues to invest heavily in the industrial market with
innovative new product families. With our new data
converters, operational amplifiers, isolators, interface
ICs, and power products, you’ll find solutions inside
that will achieve the performance requirements of
your current and future industrial control systems.
Data Converters
AD7190: 4.8 kHz, Ultralow Noise, 24-Bit 𝚺-𝚫 ADC with PGA
Enables Faster Precision Measurement
The AD7190 is the first device of a new family of industry-leading Σ-Δ
ADCs aimed at enabling industrial equipment manufacturers to expand
the operating speed and precision of their high performance measurement
products. The AD7190 ADC achieves greater than 16-bit noise-free
resolution up to 2.4 kHz for an input voltage range from 40 mV to 5 V.
This level of performance allows designers to measure smaller signals
faster and with greater accuracy, which can significantly improve the
performance of precision industrial measurement and control systems,
such as weigh scales, PLC/DCS analog input modules, and process
controllers. Additionally, designers can achieve an industry-leading 21-bit
noise-free resolution for their high precision dc systems given the device’s
noise performance of only 7 nV rms for an input signal of 40 mV at a
4.7 Hz data rate. At this same data rate, the AD7190 delivers 23-bit
noise-free resolution for a 5 V input signal. Delivering superior noise-free
resolution across the widest data rate and input signal range of any Σ-Δ
ADC, the AD7190 offers manufacturers the flexibility to use the same
data converter solution in multiple lines of end equipment.
• Weigh scales
• Distributed control systems
• Ultralow noise (7 nV rms)
• Zero latency mode available
• Up to 23 bits noise-free
• Simultaneous 50 Hz/60 Hz
• Programmable data rates from
4.7 Hz to 4.8 kHz
• Temperature specified up
to +105°C
• Integrated PGA and clock
• 24-lead TSSOP
• Programmable logic controllers
AD7794: Process Measurement Solution in a Single Chip
Reduces Cost
The AD7794 24-bit Σ-Δ ADC offers a unique balance of very low noise
(40 nV rms) and very low power (450 μA) performance, making it an ideal
solution for loop-powered smart transmitters and field instruments. It is a
highly integrated multichannel analog input solution, delivering features
such as an on-chip PGA, reference, current sources, and clock in a small
TSSOP package. Simultaneous 50 Hz and 60 Hz rejection comes standard,
as does the flexibility of a choice of programmable output data update rates.
These on-chip features eliminate the need for many peripheral components,
thus saving cost, board space, and design time, making the AD7794 also
particularly suitable for industrial analog input module requirements.
See also the AD7785, AD7792, AD7793, and AD7795 extended family of
products to find the right device for your industrial design.
• Very low noise (40 nV rms)
• Integrated excitation currents/
voltage reference
• Very low power (450 μA)
• Up to 20.5 bits noise-free
• Simultaneous 50 Hz/60 Hz
• Programmable logic controllers
• Programmable data rates from
4 Hz to 470 Hz
• Temperature specified up
to +125°C
• Integrated PGA and clock
• 24-lead TSSOP
• Distributed control systems
• 4 mA to 20 mA smart transmitters measuring
temperature, pressure, and flow
Data Converters
AD7264: Simultaneous Sampling, 1 MSPS, 14-Bit, 2-Channel SAR
ADC with PGA
Analog Devices’ AD7264 simplifies industrial motor control designs by
integrating two simultaneous sampling successive-approximation (SAR)
analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), two programmable gain amplifiers (PGA),
and four comparators on a single chip. By providing a direct interface for
multiple types of sensors, this new ADC solution allows a single, standardized data acquisition board to be used in industrial motor drives, replacing
as many as three separate boards previously required to perform the same
system control function. This integration allows designers to develop simpler,
more cost-effective motor control units.
Designed for industrial applications, the AD7264 features two high speed, low
power SAR ADCs, each providing throughput rates up to 1 MSPS. The on-chip
PGAs accept a true differential analog input, and supports 13 programmable
gain settings from 1 to 128. In addition, the AD7264 includes four on-chip comparators: two optimized for low
power and two optimized for short propagation delays. The AD7262 is a 12-bit pin-compatible solution. ADI’s
AD8132 and ADA4941-1 are recommended drivers for single-ended and differential conversion.
• Dual, 14-bit ADCs
• Throughput rate per ADC: 1 MSPS
• True differential analog inputs
• 4 on-chip comparators
• Motor control
• Programmable gain stage: ×1,
×2, ×3, ×4, ×6, ×8, ×12,
×16, ×24, ×32, ×48, ×64,
×96, ×128
• Low power consumption: 24 mA
• Power measurement
• 48-lead LQFP, 48-lead LFCSP
• Instrumentation
AD7634: 18-Bit, Bipolar Input ADC for Industrial Applications
In present solutions, data acquisition customers use level shifting and
gain stages to accommodate various bipolar and unipolar input ranges
required by their OEM customers. The AD763x, AD761x and AD795x
families of iCMOS® PulSAR® ADCs allow customers to remove most of
this signal conditioning and select various input ranges using software
instead of hardware.
Present ADCs with multiple input ranges force customers to pin strap
multiple analog inputs to vary input ranges. These 14-bit, 16-bit, and
18-bit families improve present software-selectable input range ADCs
by a factor 16× and 64×, respectively.
• Software-programmable input
ranges: 0 V to 5 V, 0 V to 10 V,
±5 V, ±10 V
• 14-, 16-, and 18-bit resolution
with no missing codes
• 48-lead LFCSP, 48-lead LQFP
• Process control
• Throughput rates up to 1 MSPS
• On-board reference and buffer
• Data acquisition
• Motion control
• Instrumentation
Data Converters
AD5754R: Small and Flexible Multichannel Voltage Output DACs
The AD5754R is a 16-bit quad DAC with user programmable
voltage output ranges. The family includes dual and quad channel
configurations in resolutions of 12, 14, and 16 bits and operates from
single-supply voltages of 4.5 V to 16.5 V, or dual-supply voltages of
±4.5 V to ±16.5 V. The output range is software-selectable from
options of 5 V, 10 V, ±5 V, and ±10 V, plus an overrange setting.
The AD5754R achieves an accuracy level of 0.1% TUE and includes
a precision 5 ppm/°C internal reference. These devices incorporate a
30 MHz serial peripheral interface, power-on reset, and a per-channel
power-down mode. Additionally, the device offers hardware LDAC and
CLR functionality, and the on-chip programmable precision output
amplifier allows rail-to-rail output swing to be achieved, maximizing
dynamic range and enabling the device to deliver the performance
needed in a wide variety of end applications. All devices are fully
specified over the –40°C to +85°C industrial temperature range.
• 12-, 14-, and 16-bit
resolution options
• User-programmable voltage
• Analog I/O systems
• Accuracy: 0.1% TUE
• Closed-loop servo control
• On-chip precision force and
sense amplifier
• Process control
• 24-lead TSSOP
AD5064: Low Voltage Quad DAC with ∙1 LSB INL @ 16 Bits
Ideal for precision multichannel I/O systems, the AD5064 is a quad
16-bit DAC with 16-bit accuracy over a 0 V to 5 V output span—
delivering a total unadjusted error of less than ±2 mV in a 14-lead
TSSOP. It is also available in 16-lead TSSOP with individual reference
pins, allowing each DAC the flexibility to be driven with a different
reference voltage. In addition, the devices are extremely flexible and
provide many convenient control features such as pin-selectable reset/
power-on to mid- or zero-scale, hardware LDAC and CLR pins, and a
programmable CLR function to allow the user to select clear options.
Other features include LDAC override to allow only selected channels to
be synchronously updated, an SDO pin to allow daisy-chaining of multiple
devices, and a per-channel power-down feature. Pin-compatible 12-bit
and 14-bit versions are also available.
The AD5765 is a quad, 16-bit, bipolar, voltage output digital-to-analog
converter that operates from ±5 V supplies. Featuring 1 LSB maximum integral and differential nonlinearity (INL and DNL), the
AD5765 provides integrated output amplifiers, reference buffers, and proprietary power-up/power-down control circuitry. The part
also features a digital I/O port and digital offset and gain adjust registers per channel. The part is housed in a 32-lead TQFP package.
• 16-bit resolution
• 1 LSB INL and DNL
• Pin-compatible 12-bit/14-bit
• On-chip precision force and
sense amplifier
• 14-lead TSSOP, 16-lead TSSOP
• Programmable attenuators
• Multichannel PLC/DCS systems
• Data acquisition systems
Data Converters
AD5422: Actuation and Communications in a Single Step
Ideal for per-channel isolated systems, the AD5422 is a serial input, precision, fully integrated 16-bit converter offering a programmable current
source and programmable voltage output. The output configuration is
software-selectable from options of 5 V, 10 V, ±5 V, and ±10 V in voltage
mode; and 4 mA to 20 mA, 0 mA to 20 mA, and 0 mA to 24 mA in current
mode. All output spans include an additional overrange setting. Analog
outputs feature output control functionality and can drive capacitive loads
of 1 μF and inductive loads of 1 H. The device is specified to operate
from a single 12 V to 48 V supply or dual ±12 V to ±24 V supplies.
Internal fault detection circuitry provides hardware and software indication of line faults, such as opens or shorts in cable wiring or remotely
located loads. The device integrates a precision 10 ppm/°C reference.
• 16-bit resolution
• Integrated diagnostics
• Voltage and current output
• Pin-compatible 12-bit device
• Accuracy: 0.1% TUE
• 24-lead TSSOP, 40-lead LFCSP
• On-chip precision force and
sense amplifier
• Distributed control systems
• Programmable logic controllers
• 4 mA to 20 mA smart transmitters
Precision Analog Microcontrollers
ADuC706x: Precision Analog Microcontroller with Unequaled
Data Acquisition and Processing Performance
The ADuC706x family of ARM7™ microcontrollers, with best-in-class data
conversion performance, is ideal for industrial systems engineers designing smart sensing, factory automation, and instrumentation equipment.
The ADuC7060 and ADuC7061 incorporate two 24-bit Σ-∆ ADCs, and
a host of analog peripherals with ARM7 core to create a solution for
precision sensing applications. The integration of a 32-bit RISC MCU, flash
memory, and high resolution data converters in a small footprint, combined
with low power operation eliminates the complexity, cost, and performance
degradation issues associated with discrete mixed-signal solutions.
Designed to support 4 mA to 20 mA loop-powered applications and
precision instrumentation, the 24-bit Σ-∆ ADCs provide the resolution
required by high performance industrial and instrumentation equipment,
while keeping the noise low at just 60 nV. This performance combined
with an ARM7 provides a single-chip solution that can handle all data
acquisition, processing, and communications functions at the sensor node.
In addition to the 5-channel, 24-bit Σ-∆ ADC with PGA, the ARM7 core with
eight interrupt priority levels, the ADuC706x products integrate 32 kB flash
memory and 4 kB SRAM, a 14-bit DAC, multiplexers, buffers, an auxiliary
8-channel, 24-bit ADC for cold junction compensation and interfacing to
thermocouple applications, and SPI, UART, and I2C ports. Operating current
is just 2.6 mA with all peripherals activated.
• ARM7TDMI MCU core with
vectored interrupt controller (VIC)
• 2 × 24-bit Σ-∆ ADC,
1 × 14-bit DAC
• Low operating current: 2.6 mA
• Programmable gain amplifier
• 4 kB SRAM, 32 kB Flash/EE
• 5 mm × 5 mm, 32-lead LFCSP
• Industrial automation
• Process control
• 4 mA to 20 mA loop-powered smart sensors
OP2177: Precision, Low Noise, Low Input Bias Current
Operational Amplifiers
The OP1177/OP2177/OP4177 family of op amps features low offset voltage
and drift, low input bias current, low noise, and low power consumption.
Outputs are stable with capacitive loads of over 1000 pF with no external
compensation. Supply current is less than 500 μA per amplifier at 30 V.
Internal 500 Ω series resistors protect the inputs, allowing input signal levels several volts beyond either supply without phase reversal. The OPx177
family offers the widest specified temperature range, −40°C to +125°C,
of any high precision amplifier in surface-mount packaging. The OP1177
(single) and OP2177 (dual) amplifiers are available in 8-lead surface-mount
MSOP and 8-lead, narrow-body SOIC packages; the OP4177 (quad) is
available in 14-lead TSSOP and 14-lead, narrow-body SOIC packages.
• Bandwidth: −3 dB @ 1.3 MHz
• Supply current: 400 μA/amp
• Slew rate: 700 mV/μs
• Offset voltage: 60 μV max
• Dual supply operation: ±2.5 V
to ±15 V
• Offset voltage drift: 0.7 μV/°C max
• Unity gain stable
• Precision diode power measurement
• Input bias current: 2 nA max
• No phase reversal
• Sensor signal conditioning
• Noise: 8 nV/√Hz
• Inputs internally protected
beyond supply voltage
• Precision filters
• CMRR, PSRR, and A VO >
120 dB min
• Voltage and current level setting
• Line-powered and portable instrumentation
AD8253: Digitally Programmable Gain Instrumentation
Amplifier (PGIA) Improves Performance and Simplifies Design
The AD8250/AD8251/AD8253 PGIA family offers a monolithic solution,
combining precision dc performance and high speed capabilities for data
acquisition systems requiring fast, accurate measurement with robust
signal conditioning over large voltage ranges. Design and manufacturing
are simplified and performance of the instrumentation is boosted by
maintaining a tight match of internal resistors and amplifiers.
The AD8253 programmable gain settings allows users to adjust gain
even after the devices are designed into the system. Operating from ±5 V
to ±15 V, it achieves 10 MHz bandwidth and 700 ns settling time to
0.01%. The AD8253 offers dc precision and ac bandwidth unmatched by
other in-amps or discrete solutions on the market. Manufactured using
Analog Devices’ iCMOS (industrial CMOS) process technology, the AD8253
draws just 4 mA of quiescent current.
The AD8250 and AD8251 are instrumentation amplifiers with digitally
programmable gains that have GΩ input impedance, low output noise,
and low distortion making them suitable for interfacing with sensors and
driving high sample rate analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). They have
a high bandwidth of 10 MHz, a low THD of −110 dB, and a fast settling
time of 615 ns (maximum, G = 1) to 0.001%. Offset drift and gain drift
are guaranteed to 1.7 μV/°C and 10 ppm/°C, respectively, for G = 10.
In addition to their wide input common voltage range, they boast a high
common-mode rejection of 80 dB at G = 1 from dc to 50 kHz.
• AD8250: programmable gains
of 1, 2, 5, and 10
• Temperature range: −40°C to
• AD8251: programmable gains
of 1, 2, 4, and 8
• 10-lead MSOP
• AD8253: programmable gains
of 1, 10, 100, and 1000
• Supply: ±5 V to ±15 V
• Data acquisition
• Programmable logic controllers
ADA4091-2: 36 V Micropower R-R I/O Op Amp with
Overvoltage Protection (OVP)
Sensor input amplifiers in systems such as PLCs are often subjected
to transient or fault voltages that may exceed the supply voltage of the
amplifier and can damage the amplifier and/or other circuitry or may
cause spurious output conditions that could cause system lockup or
damage. The ADA4091-2 integrates circuitry that protects the amplifier
from damage and prevents phase inversion errors. Amplifier performance
is fully specified, including the protection circuits, eliminating the need
to account for the effect of errors from external components on system
External protection devices are reduced, saving system cost and
reducing PCB space requirements. The low power and small form factor
make the ADA4091-2 ideal for both multichannel systems and spaceconstrained applications. Low offset, low offset drift, and wide GBW allow
accurate signal conditioning of a wide variety of sensor inputs. It is available in 8-lead LFCSP and 8-lead SOIC.
• Overvoltage protection
• 12 V above/below the supply
rails @ ±15 V
• 25 V above/below the supply
rails @ ±5 V
• Power supply: 3 V to 36 V
(single); ±1.5 V to ±18 V (dual)
• Supply current: 350 μA/amp max
• Bandwidth: 1.5 MHz
• Slew rate: 0.5 V/μs
• Offset voltage: 500 μV or
better max
• No phase reversal
• Industrial process
control inputs (PLC,
• Battery-powered
• Remote sensor
output conditioning
• High-side current
• Power supply control
and protection
AD5750: Industry’s Most Accurate Voltage/Current Output Driver for Industrial Control Systems
The AD5750 and AD5751 are single-channel, high performance, voltage/
current output drivers with hardware- or software-programmable output
ranges. The AD5750 operates from industry-standard ±12 V to ±24 V
supplies and delivers 5 ppm/°C output drift, 0.01% linearity, and 0.1% TUE
(total unadjusted error). The output configuration is software-selectable from
options of 5 V, 10 V, ±5 V, and ±10 V in voltage mode; and 4 mA to 20 mA,
0 mA to 20 mA, 0 mA to 24 mA, ±20 mA, and ±24 mA in current mode.
All output spans include an additional overrange setting.
Analog outputs are short- and open-circuit protected and can drive
capacitive loads of 1 μF and inductive loads of 0.1 H. The flexible
serial interface is SPI compatible and features an optional PEC error
checking feature using CRC-8 error checking. The device also includes an
asynchronous CLEAR pin that sets the outputs to zero-scale/midscale in
voltage mode or the low end of the selected current range in current mode.
The AD5751 operates with single supplies of 12 V to 60 V, and features
unipolar voltage and current mode output configurations. Both devices are
specified over the –40°C to +105°C extended industrial temperature range and are housed in
a 5 mm × 5 mm LFCSP package. Chip fabrication is on ADI’s iCMOS process technology.
• Software-programmable
universal V/I outputs
• 5 ppm/°C output drift
• On-chip diagnostics
• 5 mm × 5 mm LFCSP
• 0.1% TUE
• Asynchronous output control
• PLC/DCS systems
• Actuator control
• Data acquisition
Switches and Multiplexers
ADG1204: Low Capacitance, Low Leakage 4:1 Mux
Analog Devices offers a broad portfolio of robust ±15 V switches and
multiplexers for industrial applications where system reliability is critical.
Leveraging the patented iCMOS manufacturing process technology, ADI’s
array of switches and multiplexers offers industry-leading performance in
very small form factors to enable board area space savings. The ADG1204
is a 4:1 multiplexer offering groundbreaking low capacitance and
charge injection. As well as having low charge injection, the ADG1204
also has very stable charge injection over the full signal range and offers
a quantum leap improvement for makers of measurement and data
acquisition equipment for which minimum glitch and fast settling times
are critical. The ADG1204 also offers excellent leakage performance
and is available in tiny space-saving 3 mm × 3 mm LFCSP packages,
in addition to standard TSSOP packages, enabling superior performance
with up to 85% board area savings. The ADG1408 is a ±15 V, 12 V,
±5 V 8:1 multiplexer offering industry-best low on resistance (max
5 Ω) and excellent on-resistance flatness, making it an ideal solution
in applications where low distortion is essential, such as gain switching
networks, relay replacement, and data acquisition. The ADG1408 is
available in TSSOP and 4 mm × 4 mm LFCSP packages, enabling up to
a 75% board area saving compared to industry-standard solutions.
• Sample-and-hold systems
• Automatic test equipment
• Data acquisition systems
• 1.5 pF off source capacitance
• Rail-to-rail operation
• <1 pC charge injection
• 14-lead TSSOP;
3 mm × 3 mm, 12-lead LFCSP
• <20 pA on leakage at 25°C
• Fully specified at ±15 V, 12 V,
and ±5 V
ADR0x: Precision Voltage References in Small Packages
ADI has a large portfolio of precision references capable of providing the
accurate output voltage required by data converters in industrial control.
Whether your application requires ultralow noise, micropower with low
drift, or high precision in tiny packages, ADI has a voltage reference to
meet your needs. For example, the ADR0x family delivers 0.1% initial
accuracy with tempco as low as 9 ppm/°C maximum for devices in SC70
or TSOT packages.
• High ±0.1% accuracy
• Input voltage up to 40 V
• Superb tempco performance
• Available in 10 V, 5.0 V, 3.0 V,
and 2.5 V options
• SOIC version: 3 ppm/°C
• TSOT and SC70: 9 ppm/°C
• ADR01/ADR02/ADR03
SOIC version is pin-for-pin
compatible to the industry
standard REF01/REF02/REF03
• –40°C to +125°C operation
• 8-lead SOIC, 5-lead TSOT,
and 5-lead SC70
• Distributed control systems
• Programmable logic controllers
• 4 mA to 20 mA smart transmitters
Isolated Interface
ADM2487E/ADM2482E: 500 kbps/16 Mbps Signal Isolated
RS-485 Transceivers with Integrated Transformer Driver
The ADM2487E/ADM2482E are ideal to meet the isolation requirements of
RS-485 based physical layer industrial fieldbus networks, such as Modbus
and BACnet. These products offer designers a higher level of integration
than competitors’ discrete solutions, resulting in saving on-board space and
a significant improvement in required design time.
The ADM2487E/ADM2482E devices employ Analog Devices’ iCoupler ®
technology to combine a 3-channel isolator, a three-state differential line
driver, and a differential input receiver into a single package. An on-chip
oscillator outputs a pair of square waveforms that drive an external
transformer to provide isolated power with an external transformer.
• 2.5 kV isolated RS-485/RS-422
transceiver, configurable as half
or full duplex
• ±15 kV ESD protection on
RS-485 input/output pins
• Integrated oscillator driver for
external transformer
• High common-mode transient
immunity: >25 kV/µs
• 5 V or 3.3 V operation (VDD1)
• Industrial fieldbus systems
• Suitable for Modbus/BACnet field networks
• Isolated RS-485/RS-422
• Distributed control systems
• Programmable logic controllers
ADM3251E: Fully Isolated (Power and Data) Single-Channel
RS-232 Line Driver/Receiver
The ADM3251E is the industry’s first fully isolated single-package surfacemount RS-232 transceiver with integrated power isolation. Featuring a
very small form factor SMT (surface-mount technology) package, the
ADM3251E transceiver integrates five discrete components, a rectifier, and a
transformer into a single-chip solution that isolates both the data and power
lines on chip. This highly integrated interface device provides a robust
serial interconnect for managing data and power between the transmitter
and receiver in harsh HVAC, industrial, and medical applications, while the
SMT package reduces committed board space by 45% compared with
traditional ICs and helps to accelerate the manufacturing process and lower
system development costs.
• 2.5 kV fully isolated (power and
data) RS-232 transceiver
•±15 kV ESD protection on RIN and
TOUT pins
• Integrated isoPower ® isolated
dc-to-dc converter
• High common-mode transient
immunity: >25 kV/μs
• High noise data communications
• 460 kbps data rate
• Industrial/telecom diagnostic ports
• 1 Tx and 1 Rx
• Operating temperature range:
−40°C to +85°C
• 0.1 μF charge pump capacitors
• Wide-body, 20-lead SOIC
• Industrial communications
• HVAC building control systems
Digital Isolation
ADuM540x: iCoupler Digital Isolation Products Deliver
500 mW Isolated Power
The iCoupler family of digital isolators are ideally suited for industrial
controls and fit seamlessly into the signal chain with other Analog Devices
products. Whether used in I/O modules or communication interfaces,
iCoupler products can replace optocouplers and improve performance in
less area and at lower cost. iCoupler isolators support data rates greater
than 90 Mbps with propagation delays as low as 18 ns and are suitable for
industrial field buses such as CAN and ProfiBus. With up to five channels in
a single package, the small size of iCoupler isolators enables compact I/O
module design. The ADuM540x is the second generation of products utilizing isoPower integrated, isolated dc-to-dc converters further reducing
system size and cost by providing both isolated data and isolated power
in a single package. iCoupler products come with UL, CSA, and VDE
approvals. Available with isolation ratings up to 5 kV rms, the ADI portfolio
of up to 100 digital isolation solutions meets industrial control needs.
• 2 or 4 channels of digital
• Low power operation down to
0.7 mA/channel
• Industrial field bus isolation
• Multidirectional channel
• High temperature operation up
to 125°C
• Isolated sensor interface
• Integrated, isolated power
• 3.3 V/5 V level translation
• High data rate: dc to over 90 Mbps
• 8-lead and 16-lead surfacemount SOIC
• Low propagation delay: <18 ns
• UL, CSA, and VDE approvals
• Isolated RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 transceivers
• Programmable logic controllers
• Optocoupler replacement
Power Management
ADP1621: Solving Power Distribution Problems in Industrial
Equipment with ADI Power Regulators
Typical industrial control systems include a set of analog input/output
modules that operate from ±15 V supplies and interface with industrystandard 4 mA to 20 mA control loops. Such power supplies are easily
generated from the versatile synchronizable ADP1621 switching controller
enabling ADC clock aperture synchronization to the quiet period of the
switching frequency.
The control of the system is normally made up of a set of processors,
memory, and FPGAs often powered from 3 V supplies with additional
lower voltage inputs for core processor power. Generation of the 3.3 V
rail is accomplished very efficiently with a switching regulator such as
the ADP3050—minimizing external parts count. The local core voltage
is easily generated from the low dropout ADP1706 linear regulator that
provides stable operation with compact multilayer ceramic capacitors.
Analog Devices now makes it easier then ever to support system
level design with magnetic components using ADIsimPower™ design
tools that produce ready-to-go designs for linear regulators,
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• 92% efficiency (no sense
resistor required)
• ±1.0% initial accuracy
• Wide IC supply voltage range
• Space saving MSOP
• Multichannel PLC/DCS systems
• Data acquisition systems
• Step-up/step-down dc-to-dc converters
Selection Tables
Part Number
Analog-to-Digital Converters
Digital-to-Analog Converters
Resolution (Bits)
12, 14
12, 14
16, 18
16, 24
16, 24
Multichannel with bipolar input, 8-channel, 12-bit plus sign ADC
True bipolar input, dual, 1 μs, 14-bit, 2-channel SAR ADC
12-bit, 1 MSPS, low power ADC in SC70 and MSOP packages
1 MSPS, simultaneous sampling SAR ADC with PGA and 4 comparators
Differential programmable input iCMOS PulSAR ADC
4.8 kHz, ultralow noise, 24-bit Σ-Δ ADC with PGA
3-/6-channel, 40 nV, 450 μA Σ-Δ ADC with on-chip in-amp and reference
3-channel, 27 nV, 450 μA Σ-Δ ADC with on-chip in-amp
16, 12
16, 14
16, 14, 12
16, 14
Single channel, serial input, 4 mA to 20 mA current source DAC
Quad, high accuracy, serial, bipolar VOUT DAC
Quad, unipolar/bipolar, VOUT DAC with software-programmable output
16-/8-channel, serial, bipolar, VOUT DAC
Quad, serial, unipolar DACs with on-chip reference (LDAC and CLR pins on AD5666)
Single/multichannel, unipolar, high accuracy, serial input DAC
Switches and Multiplexers Part Number
4:1/8:1/16:1, 4 × SPST
8:1/diff 4:1, 3 × SPST
2 pF off capacitance and <1 pC QINJ , TSSOP and LFCSP packages
5 Ω max RON , TSSOP and 4 mm × 4 mm LFCSP packages
Amplifiers Part Number
Signal Chain Focus
Highest accuracy front ends
High impedance and higher BW front ends
ADC drivers
Filter and utility amplifiers
4 mA to 20 mA loop drivers
Reference buffering
Front end
Output driver IC
Highest precision, low noise, 36 V amplifiers
Precision, low power JFET and bipolar 36 V amplifiers
Precision, 2.7 V to 6 V, 10 MHz to 50 MHz op amps
Fast, low noise amplifiers with very high input impedance.
2.7 V to 6 V and 4 V to 16 V
Low power precision amplifiers
Low noise, zero drift amplifiers
10 MHz, 20 V/μs programmable gain instrumentation amplifier
Current/voltage output driver, programmable ranges
References Part Number
Isolation Products
Output Voltage Range (V)
2.048 to 5
3 to 10
2.048 to 2.5
Micropower, low noise reference family with sink/source
Ultracompact precision reference family
2.048 V/2.5 V band gap voltage reference family
Part Number
Single, dual, triple, quad channel
Quad channel, 500 mW
Digital isolators, data rates to 100 Mbps, 2.5 kV rms isolation
Quad channel isolators with integrated dc-to-dc converter
Isolated Interface
Part Number
Data Rate
500 kbps/16 Mbps
460 kbps
500 kbps/16 Mbps signal isolated RS-485 transceivers with integrated transformer driver
Integrated signal and power, isolated single channel RS-232 line driver/receiver
Microcontrollers Part Number
MCU Core
8051 core and flash
ARM7 core and flash
ARM7 core and flash
Dual, 24-/16-bit analog front end with PGA, PWM, and DAC
Fast, 1 MSPS, multichannel, 12-bit SAR ADC; 12-bit DACs, up to 126 kB flash
Combines dual 24-bit Σ-Δ ADCs, a 14-bit DAC, and ARM7 core
Switching Controller Devices Part Number
Sync/CLK input
2 A to 14 A
Buck/boost/inverter controller
Compact nonsynchronous buck controller
Switching Regulator Devices Part Number
Input Voltage Range (V)
3 to 30
2.7 to 5.5
Internal switch, adjustable and fixed VOUT options
Internal 2 A switch, 95% efficiency
Low Dropout Linear Regulators Part Number
Input Voltage Range (V)
2.5 to 5.5
4 to 28
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