Status: In Production
The MCP3562 a low-noise 24-bit Delta-Sigma Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC), with four single-ended or two differential input channels and programmable data rate of up to 153.6 kSPS. They offer integrated features such as internal oscillator, temperature sensor and burnout sensor detection, in order to reduce system component count and total solution cost.
The MCP3562 ADC is fully configurable with Oversampling Ratio (OSR) from 32 to 98304 and gain from 0.33X to 64X. It includes an internal sequencer(SCAN mode) with multiple monitor channels and a 24-bit timer to be able to automatically create conversion loop sequences without needing MCU communications. Advanced security features such as CRC and register map lock, can guarantee configuration locking and integrity as well as communication data integrity for secure environments.
The device come with a 20 MHz SPI-compatible serial interface. Communication is largely simplified with 8-bit commands, including various continuous Read/Write modes and 24/32-bit multiple data formats that can be accessed by the Direct Memory Access (DMA) of an 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit MCU. The MCP3562 is available in an ultra-small, 3 mm x 3 mm UQFN-20 package and is specified over an extended temperature range from -40°C to +125°C.
The MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board for PIC32 MCUs provides the ability to evaluate the performance of the MCP3564. It also provides a development platform for 32-bit PIC® device based applications, using existing 100-pin PIC microcontroller Plug-in Module (PIM) systems that are compatible with the Explorer 16 and other high-pin count PIC32 device-based demo boards. The system comes with a...
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