10-Bit Digital Temperature Sensor (AD7416) and Four Single-Channel ADCs
The temperature sensor on the parts can be accessed via multip-lexer Channel 0. When Channel 0 is selected and a conversion is initiated, the resulting ADC code at the end of the conversion gives a measurement of the ambient temperature (±1°C @ 25°C). On-chip registers can be programmed with high and low tempera-ture limits, and an open-drain overtemperature indicator (OTI) output is provided, which becomes active when a programmed limit is exceeded.
A configuration register allows programming of the sense of the OTI output (active high or active low) and its operating mode (comparator or interrupt). A programmable fault queue counter allows the number of out-of-limit measurements that must occur before triggering the OTI output to be set to prevent spurious triggering of the OTI output in noisy environments.
An I2C® compatible serial interface allows the AD7416/AD7417/ AD7418 registers to be written to and read back. The three LSBs of the AD7416/AD7417 serial bus address can be selected, which allows up to eight AD7416/AD7417 devices to be connected to a single bus.
The AD7417 is available in a narrow body, 0.15 inch, 16-lead, small outline package (SOIC) and in a 16-lead, thin shrink, small outline package (TSSOP). The AD7416 and AD7418 are available in 8-lead SOIC and MSOP packages.
- The AD7416/AD7417/AD7418 have an on-chip temperature sensor that allows an accurate measurement of the ambient temperature (±1°C @ 25°C, ±2°C overtemperature) to be made. The measurable temperature range is −40°C to +125°C. An overtemperature indicator is implemented by carrying out a digital comparison of the ADC code for Channel 0 (temperature sensor) with the contents of the on-chip TOTI setpoint register.
- The AD7417 offers a space-saving, 10-bit analog-to-digital solution with four external voltage input channels, an on-chip temperature sensor, an on-chip reference, and a clock oscillator.
- The automatic power-down feature enables the AD7416/ AD7417/AD7418 to achieve superior power performance. At slower throughput rates, the part can be programmed to operate in a low power shutdown mode, allowing further savings in power consumption.
- Data acquisition with ambient temperature monitoring
- Industrial process control
- Battery-charging applications
- Personal computers
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
The AD7416/7/8 evaluation board allows the AD7416 digital temperature sensor to be quickly and easily evaluated using a PC. Using the evaluation board and its accompanying software, the AD7416/AD7417/AD7418 evaluation board can be interfaced to a PC through its USB connection.
Please note: This Evaluation software does not run on Windows 8 or Windows 10 (USB driver is non-compliant with OS >Windows 7).
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Re: Does the AD7416 setpoint registers with 10 MSB or 9 MSB? And what is the default value? Seems the datasheet conflict itself.20 week(s) ago in Precision ADCs
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