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Introduction
This ADC selector guide is designed as a pre-selection tool to
facilitate selection of a short list of possible products. A detailed
data sheet review should be performed before ultimately selecting
the right ADC for the application.
ADC Input Types ..................................... Page 3
This section describes the common terms used to categorize the
various signal types that an ADC can accept at its inputs. The
signal type has implications on the selection of an amplifier to drive
the ADC.
Single Channel SAR ADCs ........................ Page 5
Analog Devices’ single channel successive approximation register
(SAR) ADC portfolio offers sample rates up to 15Msps with no
latency operation. Resolutions include high accuracy 20-bit and
24-bit ADCs at sample rates up to 2Msps, to general purpose
12-bit and 14-bit ADCs with a wide selection of parallel and
serial interfaces. The high resolution devices offer excellent DC
performance including outstanding INL of up to 0.5ppm and
better than 100dB SNR. Many of these devices offer power saving
features such as digital gain compression which allows the device
to be driven by a single supply ADC driver, while also offering
longer acquisition times to enable pairing with slower speed ADC
drivers to save power and cost.
μModule® Data Acquisition Systems ............ Page 6
Data acquisition μModules incorporate more of the signal chain
in one device. More of the signal chain is guaranteed to data
sheet limits which reduces system level performance variations in
manufacturing and also reduces the need for costly system level
calibration in manufacturing. These products also enable higher
system density, reduce time to market for system level designers
and simplify the BOM management by reducing the number of
components on the PCB.
Simultaneous Sampling ADCs .................... Page 7
Simultaneous sampling enables multiple analog signals to be
sampled at the same instant in time. This is particularly useful in
power measurement applications, multiphase DC to AC inverter
control applications and applications that measure phase differences
between analog signals. In some devices a dedicated ADC is used
for each channel, or multiple sample and hold circuits may be
employed with a single ADC to acquire all the inputs. The latter helps
to lower the power consumption and reduce the package footprint.
Many devices offer independently configurable SoftSpan™ inputs
that can be software configured on a conversion-by-conversion
basis to accept high voltage true bipolar or unipolar input signals
with widely varying common mode ranges.
Isolated Sigma Delta Modulators ................ Page 8
Isolated Sigma Delta modulators are suited to applications that
require precision measurement of current and voltage in high
voltage applications where galvanic isolation is required between
the high voltage electronics and the low voltage control loop
electronics. These ADCs integrate Analog Devices’ iCoupler
®
digital isolation technology.
MUXed Input SAR ADCs ............................ Page 9
Multiplexed Input SAR ADCs enable system monitoring of a variety of
signal sources often with on-the-fly flexibility to configure the order in
which channels are sampled. These products are also used in control
loops where multiple parameters are measured to optimize the control
algorithm. The sample rate per channel is dependent on the core ADC
sample rate and the number of channels sampled. Some devices
incorporate programmable sequencers, temperature sensors, PGIAs,
as well as configurable SoftSpan input ranges.
Wideband Oversampled ADCs (FIR Filter) ..... Page 10
High dynamic range, 24-bit and 32-bit Sigma Delta and Oversampled
SAR ADCs with integrated digital filters target applications with
signal bandwidths as high as 1MHz and where the magnitude of
the signal can vary from μVolts to Volts. Configurable digital filters
enable the system designer to optimize system signal bandwidth to
trade off speed vs. dynamic range, while relaxing the anti-aliasing
filter requirements at the input to the ADC to significantly reduce
system complexity. This also unburdens the processor from the
filtering task, allowing it to access the ADC output at a reduced
data rate and lower the interface power consumption.
Narrowband Oversampling ADCs ................ Page 11
This ultrahigh precision, low bandwidth ADC portfolio includes
Sigma Delta and Oversampled SAR architectures. It focuses on
DC accuracy, low offset and gain drifts, and linearity, and delivers
ultralow noise options with greater than 25 NFB (noise free bits)
of performance for digitizing low frequency analog signals.
The Sigma Deltas deliver the highest degree of signal chain
integration, offering a palette of integrated functions for sensor
interfacing such as PGAs or rail-to-rail input buffers, cross point
MUX and sensor excitation.
SYMBOL KEY
Identifies ADCs that are optimize to maintain SINAD
performance at high input signal frequencies within the
Nyquist bandwidth of the ADC.
u
Buffered Input: Identifies ADCs that incorporate buffers
on the analog inputs. These ADCs offer substantial
space and cost savings by eliminating front-end
signal conditioning circuitry normally required to drive
unbuffered switched-capacitor ADC inputs.
PGIA Input: Identifies ADCs that incorporate a PGIA
(programmable gain instrumentation amplifier) on
the analog inputs. The high input impedance and
programmable signal scaling functionality enable direct
interface to sensor outputs.
Resistive Input: Identifies ADCs that have a resistive
input structure on the analog inputs. This input structure
type enables true bipolar analog input signals to be
connected directly to an ADC that operates off a single
unipolar supply rail. These ADCs are ideally suited for
direct connection to low output impedance sensors
such as current transformers and voltage transformers
and eliminate the need for front-end signal conditioning
circuitry normally required to drive the ADC.
COLOR KEY
Suggested Part for that given cell. The ADCs are
categorized by resolution, sampling rate and input
channel count.
Indicates that the ADC is Higher Performance
versus a similar product in same cell.
Indicates that the ADC enables a Smaller Solution
size versus a similar product in same cell. The ADC
may have a smaller package footprint or integrate
additional functionality such as a voltage reference,
reference buffer, input buffers or PGIA.
Indicates that the ADC enables Lower Power
versus a similar product in same cell. The ADC may
have lower power consumption at the component
level or may enable lower power at the signal chain
level due to its ease of use features.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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ADC Input Types
Single-Ended Inputs
An ADC with single-ended inputs digitizes the analog input voltage relative to ground. Single-ended inputs simplify ADC driver
requirements, reduce complexity and lower power dissipation in the signal chain. Single-ended inputs can either be unipolar or
bipolar, where the analog input on a single-ended unipolar ADC swings only above GND (0V to VFS, where VFS is the full-scale
input voltage that is determined by a reference voltage) (Figure 1a) and the analog input on a single-ended bipolar ADC also
called true bipolar, swings above or below GND (±VFS) (Figure 1b).
Figure 1a. Single-Ended Unipolar Figure 1b. Single-Ended True Bipolar
Figure 2a. Pseudo-Differential
Unipolar
Figure 2b. Pseudo-Differential
Bipolar
Figure 2c. Pseudo-Differential
True Bipolar
Pseudo-Differential Inputs
An ADC with pseudo-differential inputs digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN) over a limited range. The IN+ input
has the actual analog input signal, while the IN input has a restricted range.
A pseudo-differential unipolar ADC digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN) over a span of 0V to VFS. In this range,
a single-ended unipolar input signal, driven on the IN+ pin, is measured with respect to the signal ground reference level, driven on
the IN pin. The IN+ pin is allowed to swing from GND to VFS, while the IN pin is restricted to around GND ± 100mV (Figure 2a).
A pseudo-differential bipolar ADC digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN) over a span of ±VFS /2. In this range, a
single-ended bipolar input signal, driven on the IN+ pin, is measured with respect to the signal mid-scale reference level, driven on
the IN pin. The IN+ pin is allowed to swing from GND to VFS, while the IN– pin is restricted to around VFS /2 ± 100mV (Figure 2b).
A pseudo-differential true bipolar ADC digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN) over a span of ±VFS. In this range, a
true bipolar input signal, driven on the IN+ pin, is measured with respect to the signal ground reference level, driven on the IN pin.
The IN+ pin is allowed to swing above or below GND to ±VFS, while the IN pin is restricted to around GND ± 100mV (Figure 2c).
Pseudo-differential inputs help separate signal ground from the ADC ground, allowing small common mode voltages to be
cancelled. They also allow single-ended input signals that are referenced to ADC ground. Pseudo-differential ADCs are ideal for
applications that require DC common mode voltage rejection, for single-ended input signals and for applications that do not want
the complexity of differential drivers. Pseudo-differential inputs simplify the ADC driver requirement, reduce complexity and lower
power dissipation in the signal chain.
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0V
GND
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IN+
5V
0V
2.5V IN
GND
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IN+
10V
–10V
IN
GND
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5V
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Fully Differential Inputs
An ADC with fully differential inputs digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN) over a span of ±VFS. In this range,
the IN+ and IN pins should be driven 180º out-of-phase with respect to each other, centered on a fixed common mode voltage,
for example, VREF /2 ±50mV. In most fully differential ADCs, both the IN+ and IN pins are allowed to swing from GND to VFS
(Figure 3a), while in fully differential true bipolar ADCs, both the IN+ and IN pins are allowed to swing above or below GND to
±VFS (Figure 3b).
Fully differential inputs offer wider dynamic range and better SNR performance over single-ended or pseudo-differential inputs.
Fully differential ADCs are ideal for applications that require the highest performance.
Figure 3a. Fully Differential Figure 3b. Fully Differential True Bipolar
Figure 4a. Differential with
Wide Input Common Mode
Figure 4b. Differential True Bipolar
Differential Inputs with Wide Input Common Mode
An ADC with differential inputs digitizes the voltage difference between the IN+ and IN pins while supporting a wide common
mode input range. The analog input signals on IN+ and IN can have an arbitrary relationship to each other. In most differential
ADCs, both IN+ and IN remain between GND and VFS (Figure 4a), while in differential true bipolar ADCs, both the IN+ and IN pins
are allowed to swing above or below GND to ±VFS (Figure 4b). Differential inputs are ideal for applications that require a wide
dynamic range with high common mode rejection. Being one of the most flexible ADC input types, an ADC with differential inputs
can also digitize other types of analog input signals such as single-ended unipolar, pseudo-differential unipolar/bipolar and fully
differential.
IN+
10V
–10V
10V
–10V
IN
GND
PRECISION ADC
IN+
5V
0V
5V
0V
IN
GND
PRECISION ADC
IN+
5V
–5V
5V
–5V
5V
0V
IN+, IN
5V
–5V
IN
GND
PRECISION ADC
ARBITRARY DIFFERENTIAL
BIPOLAR UNIPOLAR
5V
0V
5V
0V
5V
0V
IN+, IN
5V
0V
ARBITRARY DIFFERENTIAL
BIPOLAR UNIPOLAR
IN+
IN
GND
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Single Channel SAR ADCs
Input Type ≤200ksps ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1Msps ≤1.8Msps ≤2Msps ≤6Msps ≤10Msps ≤15Msps
RESOLUTION
24-Bit
Fully Differential LTC
2380-24
Pseudo-Differential LTC
2368-24
20-Bit
Fully Differential LTC
2376-20
LTC
2377-20
LTC
2378-20
AD
4020
18-Bit
Fully Differential
AD
7989-1
LTC
2376-18
AD
7691
LTC
2377-18
AD
4011
LTC
2378-18
AD
4007
LTC
2379-18
AD
7984
AD
4003
AD
7986
LTC
2385-18
AD
7960
LTC
2386-18
LTC
2387-18
Fully Differential
±10V True Bipolar
LTC
2336-18
LTC
2337-18
LTC
2338-18
Pseudo-Differential LTC
2364-18
LTC
2367-18
LTC
2368-18
LTC
2369-18
LTC
2389-18
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar
LTC
2326-18
LTC
2327-18
LTC
2328-18
16-Bit
Fully Differential
LTC
2376-16
AD
7687
LTC
2377-16
LTC
2378-16
AD
4005
LTC
2380-16
AD
4001
LTC
2310-16
LTC
2385-16
AD
7961
LTC
2311-16
LTC
2386-16
AD
7626
LTC
2387-16
Fully Differential
±2.5V True Bipolar
LTC
1603
LTC
1604
LTC
1608
Pseudo-Differential
Unipolar
AD
7683
AD
7988-1
LTC
2364-16
AD
7685
AD
7694
LTC
2367-16
AD
7686
AD
7988-5
LTC
2368-16
AD
7981
AD
4004
AD
7983
LTC
2370-16
AD
4000
AD
7985
Pseudo-Differential
True Bipolar
LTC
2326-16
LTC
2327-16
LTC
2328-16
Single-Ended
±10V True Bipolar
LTC
1605
LTC
1609
LTC
1606
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Part
Higher
Performance
Lower
Power
Smaller
Solution
Improved SINAD at High FIN
Resistive Input
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Single Channel SAR ADCs (Continued)
Input Type ≤100ksps ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1.5Msps ≤3Msps ≤6Msps
RESOLUTION
14-Bit
Differential with
Wide Input
Common Mode
LTC
1403A
LTC
2310-14
LTC
2355-14
LTC
2356-14
LTC
2311-14
Fully Differential
±10V True Bipolar
AD
7899
AD
7951
Pseudo-Differential
AD
7942
AD
7946
AD
7944
LTC
1403A
LTC
2310-14
LTC
2355-14
LTC
2356-14
LTC
2311-14
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar
AD
7951
Single-Ended
Unipolar
AD
7940
LTC
2312-14
AD
7485
AD
7484
LTC
2313-14
LTC
2314-14
Single-Ended
±10V True Bipolar
AD
7894
12-Bit
Fully Differential AD
7452
AD
7450A
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Differential with
Wide Input
Common Mode
LTC
1403
LTC
2310-12
LTC
2355-12
LTC
2356-12
LTC
2311-12
Pseudo-Differential
AD
7457
LTC
*
2301
LTC
1860
AD
7453
LTC
2302
AD
7472
LTC
1403
LTC
2310-12
LTC
2355-12
LTC
2356-12
LTC
2311-12
Single-Ended
Unipolar
AD
7466
LTC
2312-12
AD
7091
AD
7091R
AD
7274
AD
7276
AD
7482
LTC
2313-12
LTC
2315-12
Single-Ended
±10V True Bipolar
AD
7893
AD
7895
AD
7898
Suggested
Part
Higher
Performance
Lower
Power
Improved SINAD at High FIN
*
I2C
µModule Data Acquisition Systems
Resolution Input Type
Max Output Data Rate
≤500ksps ≤1Msps
16-Bit Pseudo-Differential ADAQ
7988
ADAQ
7980
DAS ' 023 Mm
7
Input Type Channels
≤200
ksps/ch
≤400
ksps/ch
≤700
ksps/ch
≤1
Msps/ch
≤2
Msps/ch
≤5
Msps/ch
RESOLUTION
24-Bit
Fully Differential/
Pseudo-Differential
8 AD
7779
AD
7770
AD
7771
AD
7768
4AD
7768-4
18-Bit
Differential with
Wide Input
Common Mode
2LTC
2341-18
4LTC
2344-18
8LTC
2345-18
Differential
±10V True Bipolar
2 LTC u
2353-18
4 LTC u
2357-18
8 AD
7609
LTC u
2358-18
LTC
2348-18
Pseudo-Differential
True Bipolar 8 AD
7608
16-Bit
Fully Differential 2AD
7903
Differential with
Wide Input
Common Mode
2LTC
2341-16
LTC
2321-16
LTC
2323-16
4LTC
2344-16
LTC
2324-16
LTC
2325-16
8LTC
2345-16
AD
7761
LTC
2320-16
Differential
±10V True Bipolar
2 LTC u
2353-16
4 LTC u
2357-16
8LTC
2348-16
LTC u
2358-16
Pseudo-Differential
Single-Ended
2LTC
2341-16
AD
7902
4LTC
2344-16
8LTC
2345-16
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar
4 AD
7606-4
AD
7605-4
6 AD
7606-6
AD
7656A/-1
8
ADAS
3023
AD
7606
LTC u
2358-16
LTC
2348-16
Simultaneous Sampling ADCs (High Resolution)
Improved SINAD at High FIN
Resistive Input
u Buffered Input
PGIA Input
Suggested
Part
Smaller
Solution
8
Simultaneous Sampling ADCs (Continued)
Input Type Channels <150ksps/ch ≤400ksps/ch ≤1Msps/ch ≤2Msps/ch ≤5Msps/ch
RESOLUTION
14-Bit
Fully Differential 2 AD
7264
Differential with
Wide Input
Common Mode
2 LTC
1407A
LTC
2321-14
LTC
2323-14
AD
7357
4 LTC
2324-14
LTC
2325-14
6 LTC
1408
LTC
2351-14
8 LTC
2320-14
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar
6AD
7657
8 AD
7607
12-Bit
Fully Differential 2AD
7265
AD
7262
AD
7266
Differential with
Wide Input
Common Mode
2 LTC
1407
LTC
2321-12
LTC
2323-12
AD
7352
AD
7356
4 LTC
2324-12
LTC
2325-12
6 LTC
1408-12
LTC
2351-12
8 LTC
2320-12
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar 6AD
7658
PGIA Input
Improved SINAD at High FIN
Resistive Input Suggested
Part
Higher
Performance
Lower
Power
Isolated Sigma Delta Modulators
Channels Interface Integrated
Isolated Working Voltage VRMS
400VRMS 884VRMS
1
CMOS
Clock AD
7400A
AD
7402
AD
7401A
AD
7403
LVDS AD
7405
2
SPI
isoPower
ADE
7912
CMOS ADE
7932
3
SPI
isoPower
ADE
7913
CMOS ADE
7933
±250mV
Analog Input Range
±500mV, ±31.25mV
Analog Input Range
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Input Type Channels ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1Msps ≤1.6Msps
RESOLUTION
18-Bit
Fully Differential 8LTC
2372-18
LTC
2373-18
Fully Differential
±10V True Bipolar 8
LTC u
2333-18
LTC
2335-18
Pseudo-Differential 8LTC
2372-18
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar 8 LTC u
2333-16
16-Bit
Fully Differential 8LTC
2372-16
LTC
2373-16
LTC
2374-16
Fully Differential
±10V True Bipolar 8
LTC
1856
LTC
1859
LTC u
2333-16
LTC
2335-16
Pseudo-Differential
2LTC
1865
4AD
7682
8
LTC
1867
AD
7689
LTC
2372-16
AD
7699
LTC
2373-16
ADAS
3022
Pseudo Differential
±10V True Bipolar
8
LTC
1856
LTC
1859
LTC u
2333-16
ADAS
3022
16 AD
7616
14-Bit
Fully
Differential
4
LTC
1855
LTC
1858
Pseudo-Differential 8AD
7949
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar 8
LTC
1855
LTC
1858
MUXed Input SAR ADCs
Suggested
Part
Higher
Performance
Lower
Power
Smaller
Solution
Resistive Input
u Buffered Input
PGIA Input
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Input Type Channels ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1Msps ≤1.6Msps
12-Bit
Fully Differential 4LTC
1853
LTC
1851
Fully Differential
±10V True Bipolar 4 LTC
1854
LTC
1857
RESOLUTION
Pseudo-Differential
2
AD
7921
LTC
*
2305
LTC
1861
LTC
2306
AD
7922
AD
7091R-2
4 AD
*
7091R-5
AD
7923
AD
7934-6
AD
7924
AD
7091R-4
AD
7934
8
LTC
1863
AD
7927
LTC
2308
AD
7938-6
LTC
1853
AD
7091R-8
LTC
1851
AD
7938 LTC
*
2309
AD
*
7998
16 AD
749 0
Pseudo-Differential
±10V True Bipolar
2AD
7321
AD
7322
4AD
7323
AD
7324
8 LTC
1854
LTC
1857
AD
7329
AD
7328
10-Bit
Single-Ended
Unipolar
2AD
7911
AD
7912
4 AD
*
7995
AD
7914
AD
7933
8 AD
*
7997
AD
7918
AD
7939
MUXed Input SAR ADCs (Continued)
Suggested
Part
Smaller
Solution
Higher
Performance
Lower
Power
*
I2C Interface
Wideband Oversampled ADCs (FIR Filter)
Input Type
Digital Filter Bandwidth (–3dB Point)
≤5kHz ≤12.5kHz ≤25kHz ≤50kHz ≤125kHz ≤250kHz ≤1MHz
RESOLUTION
32-Bit
Fully
Differential
LTC
2508-32
LTC
2500-32
24-Bit
Fully
Differential
AD
7767-2
AD
7766-2
AD
7767-1
AD
776 6-1
AD
7767
AD
7766
AD u
7765
AD u
7764
AD u
7762
AD u
7763
LTC
2512-24
AD u 
7760
 u Buffered Input A
L10 2493 LTC 2443
11
Input Type Channels
Output Data Rate
≤0.05ksps ≤0.5ksps ≤ 5ksps ≤20ksps ≤50ksps ≤250ksps ≤2Msps
RESOLUTION
32-Bit
Fully Differential/
Pseudo-
Differential
2/4 AD u
7177-2
24-Bit
Fully Differential 1
LTC
2400
LTC
2484
LTC
*
2485
LTC
2440
LTC
2380-24
Pseudo-
Differential 1LTC
2368-24
Fully Differential/
Pseudo-
Differential
1/1 AD
7797
2/2 AD
7191
2/4
AD
7190
AD
7192
AD
7195
AD u
7172-2
AD u
7175-2
AD
7176-2
3/3
AD
7793
AD
7799
4/7 or 8 AD
7193
AD
7124-4
AD u
7172-4
6/6 AD
7794
8/15 or 16 AD
7194
AD
7124-8
AD u
7173-8
AD u 
7175-8
Fully Differential/
Single-Ended
2/4
LTC
2492
LTC
*
2493
LTC
2442
4/8
LTC
2444
LTC
2445
LTC
2446
LTC
2447
8/16
LTC
2498
LTC
*
2499
LTC
2448
LTC
2449
Suggested
Part
u Buffered Input
PGIA Input
*
I2C Interface
Narrowband Oversampling ADCs
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Input Type Channels
Output Data Rate
≤.0.05ksps ≤0.5ksps ≤5ksps
16-Bit
Fully Differential 1
LTC
2452
LTC
2462
LTC
2482
LTC
*
2453
LTC
*
2463
LTC
*
2483
LTC
2472
LTC
*
2473
Fully Differential/
Pseudo-Differential
1/1 AD
7796
3/3
AD
7792
AD
7798
6/6
AD
7795
Fully Differential/
Single-Ended
2/4
LTC
2488
LTC
*
2489
LTC
2486
LTC
*
2487
8/16
LTC
2496
LTC
*
2497
LTC
2494
LTC
*
2495
Single-Ended 1
LTC
2450
LTC
*
2451
LTC
2460
LTC
*
2461
LTC
2470
LTC
*
2471
uBuffered Input
PGIA Input
*
I2C Interface
Narrowband Oversampling ADCs (Continued)
Suggested
Part
0817
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