Features and Benefits
- High resolution ADC
- 24 bits no missing codes
- ±0.0015% Nonlinearity
- Optimized for Fast Channel Switching
- 18-Bits p-p Resolution (21 Bits Effective) at 500 Hz
- 16-Bits p-p Resolution (19 Bits Effective) at 4 kHz
- On-Chip Per Channel System Calibration
- Configurable Inputs 8 Single-Ended or 4 Fully Differential
- Package: 24-Lead TSSOP
- Input Ranges
- +625 mV, ±625 mV, +1.25 V, ±1.25 V, +2.5 V, ±2.5 V
- 3-Wire Serial Interface
SPI®, QSPI™, MICROWIRE™ and DSP Compatible
- Schmitt Trigger on Logic Inputs
- Single-Supply Operation
- 5 V Analog Supply
- 3 V or 5 V Digital Supply
The AD7739 is a high precision, high throughput analog front end. True 16-bit p-p resolution is achievable with a total conversion time of 250 μs (4 kHz channel switching), making it ideally suited to high resolution multiplexing applications.
The part can be configured via a simple digital interface, which allows users to balance the noise performance against data throughput up to 15 kHz.
The analog front end features eight single-ended or four fully differential input channels with unipolar or bipolar 625 mV, 1.25 V, and 2.5 V input ranges. It accepts a common-mode input voltage from 200 mV above AGND to AVDD − 300 mV.
The differential reference input features no-reference detect capability. The ADC also supports per channel system calibration options.
The digital serial interface can be configured for 3-wire operation and is compatible with microcontrollers and digital signal processors. All interface inputs are Schmitt triggered.
The part is specified for operation over the extended industrial temperature range of –40°C to +105°C.
The AD7738 is similar to the AD7739 but has higher speed (8.5 kHz channel switching for 16-bit performance) and higher AIN leakage current. The AD7738 multiplexer output is pinned out externally, allowing the user to implement programmable gain or signal conditioning before being applied to the ADC.
The AD7734 analog front end features four single-ended input channels with unipolar or true bipolar input ranges to ±10 V while operating from a single +5 V analog supply. The AD7734 accepts an analog input overvoltage to ±16.5 V without degrading the performance of the adjacent channels.
The AD7732 is similar to the AD7734, but its analog front end features two fully differential input channels.
- Multiplexing applications
- Process control
- Industrial instrumentation
Product Lifecycle Production
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.
Evaluation Kits (1)
The EVAL-AD7739EBZ is a fully featured evaluation Board for the AD7739. The evaluation board can be connected to a PC via the PC COM serial port. Software is provided enabling the user to perform detailed analysis of the ADC's performance.
Software & Systems Requirements
Tools & Simulations
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