The ADuC847/ADuC848 MicroConverter products are fully integrated 24-Bit/16-Bit, Multi-Channel Sigma-Delta ADC and Flash Microcontroller on a single chip. These devices are optimized for applications in industrial control, smart sensors, loadcells and instrumentation that require precision acquisition of multiple (up to 10) channels.
The ADuC847/ADuC848 are available is 52-pin PQFP or 56-pin CSP packages and operates on a 3 V or 5 V power supply and are specified up to 125ºC (CSP up to 85ºC only). Like all of ADI’s MicroConverter products, the device is supported by the QuickStart and QuickStart-Plus range of development tools.
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|ADuC845/ADuC847/ADuC848: MicroConverter® Multi-Channel 24/16-Bit ADCs with Embedded 62 kB FLASH and Single-Cycle MCU Data Sheet (Rev C, 12/2012) (pdf, 1940 kB)||Data Sheets|
|AN-1139: Understanding the Parallel Programming Protocol (pdf, 174 kB)||Application Notes|
|AN-1074: Understanding the Serial Download Protocol (Formerly uC004) (pdf, 245 kB)||Application Notes|
AN-759: Expanding the Number of DAC Outputs on the ADuC8xx and ADuC702x Families (uC012)
(pdf, 112 kB)
|AN-282: Fundamentals of Sampled Data Systems (pdf, 2131 kB)||Application Notes|
AN-660: XY-Matrix Keypad Interface to MicroConverter®
(pdf, 286 kB)
AN-709: RTD Interfacing and Linearization Using an ADuC8xx MicroConverter®
(pdf, 698 kB)
|UC-009: Addressing 16MB of External Data Memory (pdf, 173 kB)||Application Notes|
|UC-006: A 4-wire UART-to-PC Interface (pdf, 0 kB)||Application Notes|
Using Integrated Precision Analog Microcontrollers to Simplify Data Acquisition System Design
The ins and outs (the I/O) of using Analog Microcontrollers to manage data acquisition applications
|ADuC845/ADuC847/ADuC848 Quick Reference Guide (pdf, 95 kB)||User Guides|
A Reference Design for High-Performance, Low-Cost Weigh Scales
by Colm Slattery and Mariah Nie, Analog Devices, Inc. (Analog Dialogue, Vol. 39, December 2005)
Integrated Route Taken to Pulse Oximetry
by Aude Richard and Brian Moss, Analog Devices, Inc. (EE Times, 12/6/2004)
|Precision Analog Microcontrollers—ARM7® and 8051 Series (pdf, 5834 kB)||Overview|
Precision Analog Microcontrollers ARM7® and 8051 Series
ADI's two families of precision analog Flash microcontrollers address the growing need for integration, design ease, programmability, and precision analog performance demanded by industrial, instrumentation, communications, and automotive applications.
ICs for Programmable Logic Control and Distributed Control Systems
(pdf, 976 kB)
Analog Devices leadership in industrial IC technology, with the development of the iCMOS™ and iPolar™ processes, has uniquely defined high voltage and low voltage integration to deliver smaller, higher performance, and more cost effective ICs for industrial systems.
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Sigma-Delta ADC Tutorial
An interactive illustration showing the behavior of an idealized sigma-delta A/D converter.
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