Features and Benefits
- Easy Drive Technology Enables Rail-to-Rail Inputs with Zero Differential Input Current
- Directly Digitizes High Impedance Sensors with Full Accuracy
- 600nVRMS Noise
- GND to VCC Input/Reference Common Mode Range
- Programmable 50Hz, 60Hz or Simultaneous 50Hz/60Hz Rejection Mode
- 2ppm INL, No Missing Codes
- 1ppm Offset and 15ppm Total Unadjusted Error
- Selectable 2× Speed Mode (15Hz Using Internal Oscillator)
- No Latency: Digital Filter Settles in a Single Cycle
- Single Supply 2.7V to 5.5V Operation
- Internal Oscillator
- Available in a Tiny (3mm × 3mm) 10-Lead DFN Package
The LTC2484 combines a 24-bit No Latency ΔΣ™ analog-to-digital converter with patented Easy Drive™ technology. The patented sampling scheme eliminates dynamic input current errors and the shortcomings of on-chip buffering through automatic cancellation of differential input current. This allows large external source impedances and input signals with rail-to-rail input range to be directly digitized while maintaining exceptional DC accuracy.
The LTC2484 includes an on-chip oscillator. The LTC2484 can be configured to reject line frequencies. 50Hz, 60Hz or simultaneous 50Hz/60Hz line frequency rejection can be selected as well as a 2× speed-up mode.
The LTC2484 allows a wide common mode input range (0V to VCC) independent of the reference voltage. The reference can be as low as 100mV or can be tied directly to VCC. The LTC2484 includes an on-chip trimmed oscillator, eliminating the need for external crystals or oscillators. Absolute accuracy and low drift are automatically maintained through continuous, transparent, offset and full-scale calibration.
- Direct Sensor Digitizer
- Weight Scales
- Direct Temperature Measurement
- Strain Gauge Transducers
- Industrial Process Control
- DVMs and Meters
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)
Demonstration circuit DC939 features the LTC2484, a 24-bit high performance DS analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The LTC2484 features 2ppm linearity, 0.5mV offset, and 600nV RMS noise. The input is fully differential, with input common mode rejection of 140 dB. The LTC2484 is available in a 10 pin DFN package and has an easy to use SPI interface. DC939 is a member of ADI's QuickEval™ family of demonstration boards. It is designed to allow easy evaluation of the LTC2484 and may be connected directly to the target applications analog signals while using the DC590 USB Serial Controller board and supplied software to measure performance. The exposed ground planes allow proper grounding to prototype circuitry. After evaluating with ADI's software, the digital signals can be connected to the end application’s processor / controller for development of the serial interface.
Tools & Simulations
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