Analog Devices¡¯ Video Amplifiers Integrate Short-to-Battery Protection and Fault Detection for Automotive Video Applications
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Analog Devices, Inc.
1 Technology Way, P.O. Box 9106
Norwood, MA, 02062-9106
Press release date: June 11, 2012
NORWOOD, Mass - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance signal processing technology, today introduced a series of high-speed video amplifiers that integrate short-to-battery protection and fault detection for analog video systems in automotive safety and infotainment applications. Housed in 3mm x 3mm packages, ADI¡¯s new integrated video amplifiers reduce board space by at least 80 percent compared to fully discrete solutions and are ideal for space-constrained applications, such as rear-view cameras. The ADA4830-1 (single-channel) and ADA4830-2 (dual-channel) video difference amplifiers, and ADA4432-1 (single-ended output) and ADA4433-1 (differential output) analog video filter amplifiers, provide designers with a complete chipset for transporting analog video signals over shielded and unshielded twisted pair cables. The video amplifiers also can be used independently to provide receiver (ADA4830-1/2) and transmitter (ADA4432-1/33-1) functions as part of a video signal chain. All of these new amplifiers feature integrated short-to-battery protection up to 18 V, short-to-ground protection, fault detection, wide common-mode voltage ranges and robust ESD (electro-static discharge) performance.
¡¤ View the ADA4830-1 and ADA4830-2 video difference amplifier product pages, download the data sheets and order samples: http://www.analog.com/ADA4830 ¡¤ View the ADA4432-1 and ADA4433-1 analog video filter amplifiers product pages, download the data sheets and order samples: http://www.analog.com/ADA4433 ¡¤ Get support at ADI¡¯s EngineerZone¢ online technical support community: http://ez.analog.com/community/amplifiers
¡°Whether you¡¯re running video from a rear-view camera or to a rear-seat display, a video signal chain without adequate fault tolerance is vulnerable to catastrophic failure. That can result in costly and time consuming troubleshooting and repairs,¡± said Curt Ventola, marketing and applications engineering manager, High-Speed Signal Conditioning group, Analog Devices. ¡°ADI¡¯s new video amplifiers are fully qualified for harsh, demanding automotive applications, where they provide the necessary protection against DC and transient over-voltage, ESD and large common-mode voltages.¡±
More About the ADA4830-1/-2 Video Difference Amplifiers
The ADA4830-1 and ADA4830-2 high-speed video difference amplifiers are designed for use as receivers of CVBS (Composite Video Blanking and Synchronous) signals in standard-definition PAL/NTSC video applications. In addition to integrated short-to-battery (input) protection up to 18 V on a single 3-V to 5-V supply, the new difference amplifiers include a short-to-battery flag that indicates the presence of a fault condition at the input. The ADA4830-1 and ADA4830-2 also have excellent ESD tolerance to up ¡¾8-kV Human Body Model (HBM), a wide input common-mode voltage range that extends to -8.5 V below ground and 55-dB common mode rejection at 7-MHz.
More About the ADA4432-1 and ADA4433-1 Analog Video Filter Amplifiers
The ADA4432-1 (single-ended output) and the ADA4433-1 (differential output) analog video filter amplifiers are designed as transmitters for automotive analog video filtering applications. They feature the same 18-V short-to-battery protection (output), fault flags and ¡¾8-kV HBM tolerance as the ADA4830. Additionally, ADI¡¯s new video filter amplifiers feature continuous output short-to-ground protection and excellent video specifications. The ADA4432-1 and ADA4433-1 include a high-order video filter with a -3dB cutoff frequency at 10 MHz and 45-dB of rejection at 27 MHz.
ADA4830, ADA4432-1 and ADA4433-1 Key Features:
¡¤ ADA4830-1/2 : Video Difference Amplifier / Receiver
¡¤ Fully qualified for automotive applications ¡¤ Short-to-battery and short-to-ground protection (input) ¡¤ Short-to-battery flag ¡¤ Input: single-ended or differential ¡¤ Input common-mode voltage range: ¡¾8.5 V ¡¤ CMRR @ 7 MHz: 55 dB ¡¤ Supply voltage: 2.9 V to 5 V ¡¤ Temperature range: -40¢ªC to 125¢ªC
¡¤ ADA4432-1/ADA4433-1 : Analog Video Filter Amplifier /Transmitter
¡¤ Fully qualified for automotive applications ¡¤ Short-to-battery and short-to-ground protection (output) ¡¤ Short-to-battery flag ¡¤ Output: single-ended (ADA4432-1) and differential (ADA4433-1) ¡¤ Fifth order video filter with cutoff at 10 MHz ¡¤ 45 dB of out-of-band rejection @ 27 MHz ¡¤ Supply voltage: 2.6 V to 3.6 V ¡¤ Temperature range: -40¢ªC to 125¢ªC
Availability, Pricing and Complementary Products
Product sample and Full Price Each Packaging Production Availability per 1K Units ADA4830-1 Now $0.69 8-lead LFCSP 3mm x 3mm The ADA4830-1/2 video difference amplifiers are compatible as a buffer with ADI¡¯s automotive qualified ADV7180 10-bit video decoder, while the ADA4432-1 and ADA4433-1 video filter amplifiers are compatible with ADI¡¯s ADV7391 and ADV7393 video encoders, which also are fully qualified for automotive applications.
ADA4830-2 Now $0.89 16-lead LFCSP 3mm x 3mm
ADA4432-1 Now $0.53 8-lead LFCSP 3mm x 3mm
ADA4432-1 Now $0.47 6-lead SOT 23 3mm x 3mm
ADA4433-1 Now $0.89 8-lead LFCSP 3mm x 3mm
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