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ADVFC32

Low Cost Monolithic Voltage-to-Frequency (V/F) Converter

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Part Models 4
1ku List Price Starting From $13.06
Features
  • High Linearity
    ±0.01%Max at 10 kHz FS
    ±0.05%Max at 100 kHz FS
    ±0.2%Max at 500 kHz FS
  • Output TTL/CMOS-Compatible
  • 6 Decade Dynamic Range
  • Voltage or Current Input
  • Reliable Monolithic Construction
  • MIL-STD-883-Compliant Versions Available
  • V/F or F/V Conversion
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The industry standard ADVFC32 is a low cost monolithic voltage-to-frequency (V/F) converter or frequency-to-voltage (F/V) converter with good linearity (0.01% max error at 10 kHz) and operating frequency up to 0.5 MHz. In the V/F configuration, positive or negative input voltages or currents can be converted to a proportional frequency using only a few external components. For F/V conversion, the same components are used with a simple biasing network to accommodate a wide range of input logic levels.

TTL or CMOS compatibility is achieved in the V/F operating mode using an open collector frequency output. The pullup resistor can be connected to voltages up to 30 volts, or to +15 V or +5 V for conventional CMOS or TTL logic levels. This resistor should be chosen to limit current through the open collector output to 8 mA. A larger resistance can be used if driving a high impedance load.

Input offset drift is only 3ppm of full scale per °C, and full-scale calibration drift is held to a maximum of 100 ppm/°C (ADVFC32BH) due to a low T.C. Zener diode.

The ADVFC32 is available in commercial, industrial, and extended temperature grades. The commercial grade is packaged in a 14-pin plastic DIP while the two wider temperature range parts are packaged in hermetically sealed TO-100 cans.

Part Models 4
1ku List Price Starting From $13.06

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Nov 9, 2011

- 11_0050

Transfer of ADI Hermetics Assembly location from Paranaque, Manila to General Trias, Cavite Philippines

ADVFC32BH

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ADVFC32SH/883B

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Nov 9, 2011

- 11_0182

Test Site Transfer from Analog Devices Philippines Inc in Paranaque to Analog Devices General Trias in Cavite, Philippines

ADVFC32BH

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ADVFC32KNZ

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ADVFC32SH

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ADVFC32SH/883B

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Mar 29, 2021

- 21_0033

Assembly Site Transfer for 14/16L 300_MIL PDIP to Cirtek

Aug 19, 2009

- 07_0024

Package Material Changes for SOT23, MiniSO, MQFP, PDIP, PLCC, SOIC (narrow and wide body), SSOP, TSSOP and TSSOP exposed pad

Jun 6, 2012

- 12_0066

Add capacity for Burn In of Hermetic, 883 & QMLQ/Class B devices at TSSI Cavite

Apr 9, 2018

- 16_0026

Qualify TeamQuest Technology, Inc. for Burn-in and Life Test of Military and Aerospace Devices

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Transfer of ADI Hermetics Assembly location from Paranaque, Manila to General Trias, Cavite Philippines

ADVFC32BH

PRODUCTION

ADVFC32SH

PRODUCTION

ADVFC32SH/883B

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Nov 9, 2011

- 11_0182

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Test Site Transfer from Analog Devices Philippines Inc in Paranaque to Analog Devices General Trias in Cavite, Philippines

ADVFC32BH

PRODUCTION

ADVFC32KNZ

PRODUCTION

ADVFC32SH

PRODUCTION

ADVFC32SH/883B

PRODUCTION

Mar 29, 2021

- 21_0033

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Assembly Site Transfer for 14/16L 300_MIL PDIP to Cirtek

Aug 19, 2009

- 07_0024

arrow down

Package Material Changes for SOT23, MiniSO, MQFP, PDIP, PLCC, SOIC (narrow and wide body), SSOP, TSSOP and TSSOP exposed pad

Jun 6, 2012

- 12_0066

arrow down

Add capacity for Burn In of Hermetic, 883 & QMLQ/Class B devices at TSSI Cavite

Apr 9, 2018

- 16_0026

arrow down

Qualify TeamQuest Technology, Inc. for Burn-in and Life Test of Military and Aerospace Devices

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