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Less Than 0.2% Error Rate with Dynamic Range 8000:1


Function Product Family
  • Better than class 0.2 measurement (based on IEC62053) using CT
  • Better than 0.2% error using a shunt resistor
  • 24-bit dual AFE with integrated PGAs for high accuracy measurements
  • Fast calibration solution available
  • Low overhead software allows sharing MCU with system responsibilities
 
 
 
Analog MCP3911 (Single Phase)
MCP3903 (3-Phase*)
Microcontroller PIC24F04KAXXX Family
PIC24F08KLXXX Family
PIC24/dsPIC33 Family
*3-phase connection requires changes in system design, not depicted here  

Smart Energy Analog Front End Products


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Product Power Type Device Type Resolution (bits) Channels Sample Rate (kSPS max) Input Type ADC SINAD (dB) Measurement Error Dynamic Range Gain Selection Voltage Reference Drift Typical (ppm/°C) Interface Architecture Analog Supply Voltage Range (V) Digital Supply Voltage Range (V) Temperature Range (°C) Comments Automotive Recommended Status Packages 5K Pricing
MCP3901 Single-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 2 2 Differential 91 0.1% 1:32 15 SPI Delta Sigma 4.5 - 5.5 2.7 - 5.5 -40 to 125 Yes In Production Consider: MCP3911 20/QFN, 20/SSOP $1.51
MCP3903 Poly-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 6 6 Differential 91 0.1% 1:32 5 SPI Delta Sigma 4.5 - 5.5 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production Consider: MCP3913 28/SSOP $3.24
MCP3905A Single-Phase Energy Meter IC 16 2 0 Differential n/a 0.1% 500:1 1:16 15 Pulse Output Delta Sigma 4.5 - 5.5 4.5 - 5.5 -40 to 125 Active power only Yes In Production 24/SSOP $1.36
MCP3905L Single-Phase Energy Meter IC 16 2 2 Differential n/a 0.1% 500:1 1:16 15 Pulse Output Delta Sigma 4.5 - 5.5 4.5 - 5.5 -40 to 125 Active power only with reduced pulse width Yes In Production 24/SSOP $1.43
MCP3906A Single-Phase Energy Meter IC 16 2 2 Differential n/a 0.1% 1000:1 1:32 15 Pulse Output Delta Sigma 4.5 - 5.5 4.5 - 5.5 -40 to 125 Active power only Yes In Production 24/SSOP $1.54
MCP3909 Single-Phase Energy Meter IC 16 2 2 Differential 82 0.1% 1000:1 1:16 15 SPI/Pulse Output Delta Sigma 4.5 - 5.5 4.5 - 5.5 -40 to 125 Active power only Yes In Production Consider: MCP3910, MCP3913 24/SSOP $1.55
MCP3910 Single-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 2 2 Differential 93.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 9 SPI/2-Wire Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 2-Wire optimized for poly-phase shunt meters Yes In Production 20/QFN, 20/SSOP $1.46
MCP3911 Single-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 2 2 Differential 94.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 7 SPI Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production 20/QFN, 20/SSOP $1.40
MCP3912 Poly-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 4 4 Differential 93.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 9 SPI Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production 28/QFN, 28/SSOP $2.34
MCP3913 Poly-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 6 6 Differential 94.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 9 SPI Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Also ideal for single-phase power distribution systems Yes In Production 28/SSOP, 40/UQFN $3.04
MCP3914 Poly-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 8 8 Differential 94.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 9 SPI Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Also ideal for single-phase power distribution systems Yes In Production 40/UQFN $3.76
MCP3918 Single-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 1 1 Differential 93.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 9 SPI/2-Wire Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 2-Wire optimized for poly-phase shunt meters Yes In Production 20/QFN, 20/SSOP $1.12
MCP3919 Poly-Phase Analog-Front-End 24 3 3 Differential 93.5 0.1% 10000:1 1:32 9 SPI/2-Wire Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 2-Wire optimized for poly-phase shunt meters Yes In Production 28/QFN, 28/SSOP $1.84
MCP39F501 Single-Phase Power Monitoring IC 24 2 2 Differential 94.5 0.1% 4000:1 1:32 10 UART Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production Consider: MCP39F511 28/QFN $2.00
MCP39F511 Single-Phase Power Monitoring IC 24 2 2 Differential 94.5 0.1% 4000:1 1:32 10 UART Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production 28/QFN $2.00
MCP39F511A Single-Phase Power Monitoring IC 24 2 2 Differential 94.5 0.1% 4000:1 1:32 7 UART Delta Sigma 0 - 0 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production 28/QFN $2.00
MCP39F511N Single-Phase Power Monitoring IC 24 3 3 Differential 94.5 0.5% 4000:1 1:32 10 UART Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Metering and monitoring of two electrical loads Yes In Production 28/QFN $2.00
MCP39F521 Single-Phase Power Monitoring IC 24 2 2 Differential 94.5 0.1% 4000:1 1:32 10 I2C Delta Sigma 2.7 - 3.6 2.7 - 3.6 -40 to 125 Yes In Production 28/QFN $2.00

Documentation


Title Download
AN1426 - Design Tips for the MCP3911 Download
AN1151 - PIC18F2520 MCP3909 3-Phase Energy Meter Reference Design - Meter Test Results and Adapting the Meter Design for other Requirements Download
AN994 - IEC Compliant Active-Energy Meter Design Using the MCP3905/6 Download
AN1300 - Designing with the MCP3901 Dual Channel Analog-to-Digital Converters Download
Title Download
Smart Energy Solutions Brochure Download
Utility Metering Brochure Download
Title Download
PIC18F87J72 Single-Phase Energy Meter Reference Design User’s Guide Download
MCP3909 / dsPIC33FJ128GP206 3-Phase Energy Meter Reference Design Download
Zigbee MiWi DC Zigbee Stack content Download
Title Part Number Devices Supported
MCP6L02 and PIC18F65J90 1-Phase Energy Meter ARD00370 MCP6L02, MCP1754S, MCP1703, MCP2200, 24FC256, PIC18F65J90
MCP3911 and PIC18F85K90 1-Phase Energy Meter ARD00385 MCP3911, MCP1703, MCP2200, MCP6001, PIC18F85K90
MCP39F521 Power Meter ADM00686 MCP39F521, MCP1754S, MCP2221, MCP9700
MCP39F511 Power Meter ADM00667 MCP39F511, MCP2221, MCP6021, MCP9700
MCP39F11N Power Meter ADM00706 MCP39F511N, MCP1754S, MCP2221
MCP39F501 Power Meter ARD00455 MCP39F501, MCP1754S, MCP2200, MCP9700
MCP3905A Energy Meter MCP3905RD-PM1 MCP3905A, MCP3906A

Smart Energy Monitoring, Metering & Control Session (DESIGN West 2012)

Government regulations and the cost of building power generating systems are two forces driving a more efficient power distribution system. To achieve the goal of enabling the smart grid, an integrated system for power measurement, monitoring, communication and control is essential. This session presents Microchip’s solutions from energy measurement devices through communications.