ADUCM350

16-Bit Precision, Low Power Meter on a Chip with Cortex-M3 and Connectivity
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The ADuCM350 is a complete, coin cell powered, high precision, meter-on-chip for portable device applications such as point-of-care diagnostics and body-worn devices for monitoring vital signs. The ADuCM350 is designed for high precision potentiostat, current, voltage, and impedance measurement capabilities.

The ADuCM350 analog front end (AFE) features a 16-bit, precision, 160 kSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC); 0.17% precision voltage reference; 12-bit, no missing codes digital-to-analog converter (DAC); and a reconfigurable ultralow leakage switch matrix. It has 4 voltage measurement channels, up to 8 current measurement channels and an impedance measurement DFT engine. The ADuCM350 also includes an ARM Cortex-M3-based processor, memory, and all I/O connectivity to support portable meters with display, USB communication, and active sensors. The ADuCM350 is available in a 120-lead, 8 mm × 8 mm CSP_BGA and operates from −40°C to +85°C.

To support extremely low dynamic and hibernate power management, the ADuCM350 provides a collection of power modes and features, such as dynamic and software controlled clock gating and power gating. The AFE is connected to the ARM Cortex-M3 via an advanced high performance bus (AHPB) slave interface on the advanced microcontroller bus architecture (AMBA) matrix, as well as direct memory access (DMA) and interrupt connections.

Applications

  • Point-of-care diagnostics
  • Body-worn devices for monitoring vital signs
  • Amperometric, voltametric, and impedometric measurements

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The Eval-ADuCM350EBZ evaluation kit consists of the following:

Equipment Required


HARDWARE
  • 1 Eval-ADuCM350EBZ board
  • 1 USB-SW/UART-EMUZ also known as J-Link OB emulator
  • 1 ADuCM350 switch mux config board (daughterboard)
  • 1 ADuCM350 4 Wire Bio Config 2 board
  • 1 breakout board
  • 1USB cable
  • 1 power supply

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by Body mate
The latest MCU system on a chip offering from ADC is seriously addressing the multiple needs of the exercise dependent but activity limited community of seniors. It's not radiation hardened battle ready but it features an ultra low power instument kernel with a long battery life and impressive conversion speeds that can interface to a host of micro power transducers to provide biometric metabolic or exposure data in time line or real time format preconditioned for LCD. The serial I2C gives it off body capability for networking but for this reviewer it will find its niche in personal wearable applications that adjust to the user as an electronic personal trainer and/or recovery phase monitor and reporting system

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by Body mate, 10 Aug 14
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The latest MCU system on a chip offering from ADC is seriously addressing the multiple needs of the exercise dependent but activity limited community of seniors. It's not radiation hardened battle ready but it features an ultra low power instument kernel with a long battery life and impressive conversion speeds that can interface to a host of micro power transducers to provide biometric metabolic or exposure data in time line or real time format preconditioned for LCD. The serial I2C gives it off body capability for networking but for this reviewer it will find its niche in personal wearable applications that adjust to the user as an electronic personal trainer and/or recovery phase monitor and reporting system
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