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Number of Bits
Sampling Rate (Per Second)
Number of Inputs
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Data Interface
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Ratio - S/H:ADC
Number of A/D Converters
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Voltage - Supply, Analog
Voltage - Supply, Digital
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Operating Temperature
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10-CflatPack
AD7981HFZ
IC ADC 16BIT SAR 10CFLATPACK
Analog Devices Inc.
11
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1 : $318.28000
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Active16600k1Pseudo-DifferentialSPI, DSPS/H-ADC1:11SARExternal2.375V ~ 2.625V2.375V ~ 2.625V--55°C ~ 210°C10-CFlatPack10-CFlatPackSurface Mount
10-MSOP
AD7981HRMZ
IC ADC 16BIT SAR 10MSOP
Analog Devices Inc.
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Active16600k1Pseudo-DifferentialSPI, DSPS/H-ADC1:11SARExternal2.375V ~ 2.625V2.375V ~ 2.625V--55°C ~ 175°C10-TFSOP, 10-MSOP (0.118", 3.00mm Width)10-MSOPSurface Mount
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Data Acquisition - Analog to Digital Converters (ADC)


Analog-to-digital converters (ADC, A/D, or A-to-D) sample an analog signal, such as a sound picked up by a microphone or the output of a sensor, into a digital signal. Typically, the digital output is a two's complement binary number that is proportional to the input. Input types may be differential, pseudo differential or single-ended. ADCs are selected by number of bits, sampling rate, number of inputs, interface, number of converters, and the architecture such as adaptive delta, dual slope, folding, pipelined, SAR, Sigma-Delta or two-step.