Press Release Summary:
Supplied in QFN-16 package, ADS8201 simplifies compact, power-sensitive, and multi-sensor-based portable designs. Complete on-chip system, rated to 100 kSPS, draws 600 ÂµA supply current at 2.2 V and offers system processing capability by integrating complete analog signal chain of 4 chips into one. In addition to 8-deep FIFO that permits flexible data reading, IC offers single-ended and differential-ended inputs that support various interface options.
Original Press Release:
TI's New Data Acquisition System Delivers up to 75 Percent Power, Space and Cost Savings
Highly flexible system simplifies compact, power-sensitive and multi-sensor-based portable designs
DALLAS -- Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today introduced the 100-kSPS ADS8201, a complete on-chip data acquisition system (DAS) that draws only 600 uA of supply current at 2.2 V, resulting in up to 75 percent power savings over discrete implementations. The ADS8201 offers customers system-processing capability by integrating a complete analog signal chain of four chips into one. This level of integration provides greater design flexibility and reduces space, cost, power consumption and design time in portable communications and medical applications, as well as transducer interfaces, and GPS-based and sensor data acquisition systems. For product details see: www.ti.com/ads8201-pr.
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Availability and pricing
The ADS8201 is available now in a QFN-16 package. Pricing starts at $2.75 in 1,000-unit quantities. Customers can simplify the tasks of collecting and analyzing ADC data and ease evaluation with the ADCPro modular software system.
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