from Texas Instruments
SLAS434 – JUNE 2005
12-BIT 250-KSPS SAMPLING CMOS ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER
• 250-kHz Sampling Rate
• Standard ±10-V Input Range
• 73-dB SINAD With 45-kHz Input
• ±0.45 LSB Max INL
• ±0.45 LSB Max DNL
• 12 Bit No Missing Code
• ±1 LSB Bipolar Zero Errors
• ±0.4 PPM/°C Bipolar Zero Error Drift
• Single 5-V Supply Operation
• Pin-Compatible With ADS7804/05 (Low Speed)
and 16-Bit ADS8505
• Uses Internal or External Reference
• Full Parallel Data Output
• 70-mW Typ Power Dissipation at 250 KSPS
• 28-Pin SOIC Package
• Industrial Process Control
• Data Acquisition Systems
• Digital Signal Processing
• Medical Equipment
The ADS8504 is a complete 12-bit sampling A/D
converter using state-of-the-art CMOS structures. It
contains a complete 12-bit, capacitor-based, SAR
A/D with S/H, reference, clock, interface for
microprocessor use, and 3-state output drivers.
The ADS8504 is specified at a 250-kHz sampling rate
over the full temperature range. Precision resistors
provide an industry standard ±10-V input range, while
the innovative design allows operation from a single
+5-V supply, with power dissipation under 100 mW.
The ADS8504 is available in a 28-pin SOIC package
and is fully specified for operation over the industrial
-40°C to 85°C temperature range.
Successive Approximation Register and Control Logic
± 10 V Input
+2.5 V Ref
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