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Introduction

This ADC selector guide is designed as a pre-selection tool to

facilitate selection of a short list of possible products. A detailed

data sheet review should be performed before ultimately selecting

the right ADC for the application.

ADC Input Types ..................................... Page 3

This section describes the common terms used to categorize the

various signal types that an ADC can accept at its inputs. The

signal type has implications on the selection of an amplifier to drive

the ADC.

Single Channel SAR ADCs ........................ Page 5

Analog Devices’ single channel successive approximation register

(SAR) ADC portfolio offers sample rates up to 15Msps with no

latency operation. Resolutions include high accuracy 20-bit and

24-bit ADCs at sample rates up to 2Msps, to general purpose

12-bit and 14-bit ADCs with a wide selection of parallel and

serial interfaces. The high resolution devices offer excellent DC

performance including outstanding INL of up to 0.5ppm and

better than 100dB SNR. Many of these devices offer power saving

features such as digital gain compression which allows the device

to be driven by a single supply ADC driver, while also offering

longer acquisition times to enable pairing with slower speed ADC

drivers to save power and cost.

μModule® Data Acquisition Systems ............ Page 6

Data acquisition μModules incorporate more of the signal chain

in one device. More of the signal chain is guaranteed to data

sheet limits which reduces system level performance variations in

manufacturing and also reduces the need for costly system level

calibration in manufacturing. These products also enable higher

system density, reduce time to market for system level designers

and simplify the BOM management by reducing the number of

components on the PCB.

Simultaneous Sampling ADCs .................... Page 7

Simultaneous sampling enables multiple analog signals to be

sampled at the same instant in time. This is particularly useful in

power measurement applications, multiphase DC to AC inverter

control applications and applications that measure phase differences

between analog signals. In some devices a dedicated ADC is used

for each channel, or multiple sample and hold circuits may be

employed with a single ADC to acquire all the inputs. The latter helps

to lower the power consumption and reduce the package footprint.

Many devices offer independently configurable SoftSpan™ inputs

that can be software configured on a conversion-by-conversion

basis to accept high voltage true bipolar or unipolar input signals

with widely varying common mode ranges.

Isolated Sigma Delta Modulators ................ Page 8

Isolated Sigma Delta modulators are suited to applications that

require precision measurement of current and voltage in high

voltage applications where galvanic isolation is required between

the high voltage electronics and the low voltage control loop

electronics. These ADCs integrate Analog Devices’ iCoupler

®

digital isolation technology.

MUXed Input SAR ADCs ............................ Page 9

Multiplexed Input SAR ADCs enable system monitoring of a variety of

signal sources often with on-the-fly flexibility to configure the order in

which channels are sampled. These products are also used in control

loops where multiple parameters are measured to optimize the control

algorithm. The sample rate per channel is dependent on the core ADC

sample rate and the number of channels sampled. Some devices

incorporate programmable sequencers, temperature sensors, PGIAs,

as well as configurable SoftSpan input ranges.

Wideband Oversampled ADCs (FIR Filter) ..... Page 10

High dynamic range, 24-bit and 32-bit Sigma Delta and Oversampled

SAR ADCs with integrated digital filters target applications with

signal bandwidths as high as 1MHz and where the magnitude of

the signal can vary from μVolts to Volts. Configurable digital filters

enable the system designer to optimize system signal bandwidth to

trade off speed vs. dynamic range, while relaxing the anti-aliasing

filter requirements at the input to the ADC to significantly reduce

system complexity. This also unburdens the processor from the

filtering task, allowing it to access the ADC output at a reduced

data rate and lower the interface power consumption.

Narrowband Oversampling ADCs ................ Page 11

This ultrahigh precision, low bandwidth ADC portfolio includes

Sigma Delta and Oversampled SAR architectures. It focuses on

DC accuracy, low offset and gain drifts, and linearity, and delivers

ultralow noise options with greater than 25 NFB (noise free bits)

of performance for digitizing low frequency analog signals.

The Sigma Deltas deliver the highest degree of signal chain

integration, offering a palette of integrated functions for sensor

interfacing such as PGAs or rail-to-rail input buffers, cross point

MUX and sensor excitation.

SYMBOL KEY

Identifies ADCs that are optimize to maintain SINAD

performance at high input signal frequencies within the

Nyquist bandwidth of the ADC.

u

Buffered Input: Identifies ADCs that incorporate buffers

on the analog inputs. These ADCs offer substantial

space and cost savings by eliminating front-end

signal conditioning circuitry normally required to drive

unbuffered switched-capacitor ADC inputs.

PGIA Input: Identifies ADCs that incorporate a PGIA

(programmable gain instrumentation amplifier) on

the analog inputs. The high input impedance and

programmable signal scaling functionality enable direct

interface to sensor outputs.

Resistive Input: Identifies ADCs that have a resistive

input structure on the analog inputs. This input structure

type enables true bipolar analog input signals to be

connected directly to an ADC that operates off a single

unipolar supply rail. These ADCs are ideally suited for

direct connection to low output impedance sensors

such as current transformers and voltage transformers

and eliminate the need for front-end signal conditioning

circuitry normally required to drive the ADC.

COLOR KEY

Suggested Part for that given cell. The ADCs are

categorized by resolution, sampling rate and input

channel count.

Indicates that the ADC is Higher Performance

versus a similar product in same cell.

Indicates that the ADC enables a Smaller Solution

size versus a similar product in same cell. The ADC

may have a smaller package footprint or integrate

additional functionality such as a voltage reference,

reference buffer, input buffers or PGIA.

Indicates that the ADC enables Lower Power

versus a similar product in same cell. The ADC may

have lower power consumption at the component

level or may enable lower power at the signal chain

level due to its ease of use features.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ADC Input Types

Single-Ended Inputs

An ADC with single-ended inputs digitizes the analog input voltage relative to ground. Single-ended inputs simplify ADC driver

requirements, reduce complexity and lower power dissipation in the signal chain. Single-ended inputs can either be unipolar or

bipolar, where the analog input on a single-ended unipolar ADC swings only above GND (0V to VFS, where VFS is the full-scale

input voltage that is determined by a reference voltage) (Figure 1a) and the analog input on a single-ended bipolar ADC also

called true bipolar, swings above or below GND (±VFS) (Figure 1b).

Figure 1a. Single-Ended Unipolar Figure 1b. Single-Ended True Bipolar

Figure 2a. Pseudo-Differential

Unipolar

Figure 2b. Pseudo-Differential

Bipolar

Figure 2c. Pseudo-Differential

True Bipolar

Pseudo-Differential Inputs

An ADC with pseudo-differential inputs digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN–) over a limited range. The IN+ input

has the actual analog input signal, while the IN– input has a restricted range.

A pseudo-differential unipolar ADC digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN–) over a span of 0V to VFS. In this range,

a single-ended unipolar input signal, driven on the IN+ pin, is measured with respect to the signal ground reference level, driven on

the IN– pin. The IN+ pin is allowed to swing from GND to VFS, while the IN– pin is restricted to around GND ± 100mV (Figure 2a).

A pseudo-differential bipolar ADC digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN–) over a span of ±VFS /2. In this range, a

single-ended bipolar input signal, driven on the IN+ pin, is measured with respect to the signal mid-scale reference level, driven on

the IN– pin. The IN+ pin is allowed to swing from GND to VFS, while the IN– pin is restricted to around VFS /2 ± 100mV (Figure 2b).

A pseudo-differential true bipolar ADC digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN–) over a span of ±VFS. In this range, a

true bipolar input signal, driven on the IN+ pin, is measured with respect to the signal ground reference level, driven on the IN– pin.

The IN+ pin is allowed to swing above or below GND to ±VFS, while the IN– pin is restricted to around GND ± 100mV (Figure 2c).

Pseudo-differential inputs help separate signal ground from the ADC ground, allowing small common mode voltages to be

cancelled. They also allow single-ended input signals that are referenced to ADC ground. Pseudo-differential ADCs are ideal for

applications that require DC common mode voltage rejection, for single-ended input signals and for applications that do not want

the complexity of differential drivers. Pseudo-differential inputs simplify the ADC driver requirement, reduce complexity and lower

power dissipation in the signal chain.

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Fully Differential Inputs

An ADC with fully differential inputs digitizes the differential analog input voltage (IN+ – IN–) over a span of ±VFS. In this range,

the IN+ and IN– pins should be driven 180º out-of-phase with respect to each other, centered on a fixed common mode voltage,

for example, VREF /2 ±50mV. In most fully differential ADCs, both the IN+ and IN– pins are allowed to swing from GND to VFS

(Figure 3a), while in fully differential true bipolar ADCs, both the IN+ and IN– pins are allowed to swing above or below GND to

±VFS (Figure 3b).

Fully differential inputs offer wider dynamic range and better SNR performance over single-ended or pseudo-differential inputs.

Fully differential ADCs are ideal for applications that require the highest performance.

Figure 3a. Fully Differential Figure 3b. Fully Differential True Bipolar

Figure 4a. Differential with

Wide Input Common Mode

Figure 4b. Differential True Bipolar

Differential Inputs with Wide Input Common Mode

An ADC with differential inputs digitizes the voltage difference between the IN+ and IN– pins while supporting a wide common

mode input range. The analog input signals on IN+ and IN– can have an arbitrary relationship to each other. In most differential

ADCs, both IN+ and IN– remain between GND and VFS (Figure 4a), while in differential true bipolar ADCs, both the IN+ and IN– pins

are allowed to swing above or below GND to ±VFS (Figure 4b). Differential inputs are ideal for applications that require a wide

dynamic range with high common mode rejection. Being one of the most flexible ADC input types, an ADC with differential inputs

can also digitize other types of analog input signals such as single-ended unipolar, pseudo-differential unipolar/bipolar and fully

differential.

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Precision ADC Selector Guide

Single Channel SAR ADCs

Input Type ≤200ksps ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1Msps ≤1.8Msps ≤2Msps ≤6Msps ≤10Msps ≤15Msps

RESOLUTION

24-Bit

Fully Differential LTC

2380-24

Pseudo-Differential LTC

2368-24

20-Bit

Fully Differential LTC

2376-20

LTC

2377-20

LTC

2378-20

AD

4020

18-Bit

Fully Differential

AD

7989-1

LTC

2376-18

AD

7691

LTC

2377-18

AD

4011

LTC

2378-18

AD

4007

LTC

2379-18

AD

7984

AD

4003

AD

7986

LTC

2385-18

AD

7960

LTC

2386-18

LTC

2387-18

Fully Differential

±10V True Bipolar

LTC

2336-18

LTC

2337-18

LTC

2338-18

Pseudo-Differential LTC

2364-18

LTC

2367-18

LTC

2368-18

LTC

2369-18

LTC

2389-18

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar

LTC

2326-18

LTC

2327-18

LTC

2328-18

16-Bit

Fully Differential

LTC

2376-16

AD

7687

LTC

2377-16

LTC

2378-16

AD

4005

LTC

2380-16

AD

4001

LTC

2310-16

LTC

2385-16

AD

7961

LTC

2311-16

LTC

2386-16

AD

7626

LTC

2387-16

Fully Differential

±2.5V True Bipolar

LTC

1603

LTC

1604

LTC

1608

Pseudo-Differential

Unipolar

AD

7683

AD

7988-1

LTC

2364-16

AD

7685

AD

7694

LTC

2367-16

AD

7686

AD

7988-5

LTC

2368-16

AD

7981

AD

4004

AD

7983

LTC

2370-16

AD

4000

AD

7985

Pseudo-Differential

True Bipolar

LTC

2326-16

LTC

2327-16

LTC

2328-16

Single-Ended

±10V True Bipolar

LTC

1605

LTC

1609

LTC

1606

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Part

Higher

Performance

Lower

Power

Smaller

Solution

Improved SINAD at High FIN

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Single Channel SAR ADCs (Continued)

Input Type ≤100ksps ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1.5Msps ≤3Msps ≤6Msps

RESOLUTION

14-Bit

Differential with

Wide Input

Common Mode

LTC

1403A

LTC

2310-14

LTC

2355-14

LTC

2356-14

LTC

2311-14

Fully Differential

±10V True Bipolar

AD

7899

AD

7951

Pseudo-Differential

AD

7942

AD

7946

AD

7944

LTC

1403A

LTC

2310-14

LTC

2355-14

LTC

2356-14

LTC

2311-14

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar

AD

7951

Single-Ended

Unipolar

AD

7940

LTC

2312-14

AD

7485

AD

7484

LTC

2313-14

LTC

2314-14

Single-Ended

±10V True Bipolar

AD

7894

12-Bit

Fully Differential AD

7452

AD

7450A

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Wide Input

Common Mode

LTC

1403

LTC

2310-12

LTC

2355-12

LTC

2356-12

LTC

2311-12

Pseudo-Differential

AD

7457

LTC

*

2301

LTC

1860

AD

7453

LTC

2302

AD

7472

LTC

1403

LTC

2310-12

LTC

2355-12

LTC

2356-12

LTC

2311-12

Single-Ended

Unipolar

AD

7466

LTC

2312-12

AD

7091

AD

7091R

AD

7274

AD

7276

AD

7482

LTC

2313-12

LTC

2315-12

Single-Ended

±10V True Bipolar

AD

7893

AD

7895

AD

7898

Suggested

Part

Higher

Performance

Lower

Power

Improved SINAD at High FIN

*

I2C

µModule Data Acquisition Systems

Resolution Input Type

Max Output Data Rate

≤500ksps ≤1Msps

16-Bit Pseudo-Differential ADAQ

7988

ADAQ

7980

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Input Type Channels

≤200

ksps/ch

≤400

ksps/ch

≤700

ksps/ch

≤1

Msps/ch

≤2

Msps/ch

≤5

Msps/ch

RESOLUTION

24-Bit

Fully Differential/

Pseudo-Differential

8 AD

7779

AD

7770

AD

7771

AD

7768

4AD

7768-4

18-Bit

Differential with

Wide Input

Common Mode

2LTC

2341-18

4LTC

2344-18

8LTC

2345-18

Differential

±10V True Bipolar

2 LTC u

2353-18

4 LTC u

2357-18

8 AD

7609

LTC u

2358-18

LTC

2348-18

Pseudo-Differential

True Bipolar 8 AD

7608

16-Bit

Fully Differential 2AD

7903

Differential with

Wide Input

Common Mode

2LTC

2341-16

LTC

2321-16

LTC

2323-16

4LTC

2344-16

LTC

2324-16

LTC

2325-16

8LTC

2345-16

AD

7761

LTC

2320-16

Differential

±10V True Bipolar

2 LTC u

2353-16

4 LTC u

2357-16

8LTC

2348-16

LTC u

2358-16

Pseudo-Differential

Single-Ended

2LTC

2341-16

AD

7902

4LTC

2344-16

8LTC

2345-16

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar

4 AD

7606-4

AD

7605-4

6 AD

7606-6

AD

7656A/-1

8

ADAS

3023

AD

7606

LTC u

2358-16

LTC

2348-16

Simultaneous Sampling ADCs (High Resolution)

Improved SINAD at High FIN

Resistive Input

u Buffered Input

PGIA Input

Suggested

Part

Smaller

Solution

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Simultaneous Sampling ADCs (Continued)

Input Type Channels <150ksps/ch ≤400ksps/ch ≤1Msps/ch ≤2Msps/ch ≤5Msps/ch

RESOLUTION

14-Bit

Fully Differential 2 AD

7264

Differential with

Wide Input

Common Mode

2 LTC

1407A

LTC

2321-14

LTC

2323-14

AD

7357

4 LTC

2324-14

LTC

2325-14

6 LTC

1408

LTC

2351-14

8 LTC

2320-14

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar

6AD

7657

8 AD

7607

12-Bit

Fully Differential 2AD

7265

AD

7262

AD

7266

Differential with

Wide Input

Common Mode

2 LTC

1407

LTC

2321-12

LTC

2323-12

AD

7352

AD

7356

4 LTC

2324-12

LTC

2325-12

6 LTC

1408-12

LTC

2351-12

8 LTC

2320-12

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar 6AD

7658

PGIA Input

Improved SINAD at High FIN

Resistive Input Suggested

Part

Higher

Performance

Lower

Power

Isolated Sigma Delta Modulators

Channels Interface Integrated

Isolated Working Voltage VRMS

400VRMS 884VRMS

1

CMOS

Clock AD

7400A

AD

7402

AD

7401A

AD

7403

LVDS AD

7405

2

SPI

isoPower

ADE

7912

CMOS ADE

7932

3

SPI

isoPower

ADE

7913

CMOS ADE

7933

±250mV

Analog Input Range

±500mV, ±31.25mV

Analog Input Range

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Input Type Channels ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1Msps ≤1.6Msps

RESOLUTION

18-Bit

Fully Differential 8LTC

2372-18

LTC

2373-18

Fully Differential

±10V True Bipolar 8

LTC u

2333-18

LTC

2335-18

Pseudo-Differential 8LTC

2372-18

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar 8 LTC u

2333-16

16-Bit

Fully Differential 8LTC

2372-16

LTC

2373-16

LTC

2374-16

Fully Differential

±10V True Bipolar 8

LTC

1856

LTC

1859

LTC u

2333-16

LTC

2335-16

Pseudo-Differential

2LTC

1865

4AD

7682

8

LTC

1867

AD

7689

LTC

2372-16

AD

7699

LTC

2373-16

ADAS

3022

Pseudo Differential

±10V True Bipolar

8

LTC

1856

LTC

1859

LTC u

2333-16

ADAS

3022

16 AD

7616

14-Bit

Fully

Differential

4

LTC

1855

LTC

1858

Pseudo-Differential 8AD

7949

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar 8

LTC

1855

LTC

1858

MUXed Input SAR ADCs

Suggested

Part

Higher

Performance

Lower

Power

Smaller

Solution

Resistive Input

u Buffered Input

PGIA Input

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Input Type Channels ≤250ksps ≤500ksps ≤1Msps ≤1.6Msps

12-Bit

Fully Differential 4LTC

1853

LTC

1851

Fully Differential

±10V True Bipolar 4 LTC

1854

LTC

1857

RESOLUTION

Pseudo-Differential

2

AD

7921

LTC

*

2305

LTC

1861

LTC

2306

AD

7922

AD

7091R-2

4 AD

*

7091R-5

AD

7923

AD

7934-6

AD

7924

AD

7091R-4

AD

7934

8

LTC

1863

AD

7927

LTC

2308

AD

7938-6

LTC

1853

AD

7091R-8

LTC

1851

AD

7938 LTC

*

2309

AD

*

7998

16 AD

749 0

Pseudo-Differential

±10V True Bipolar

2AD

7321

AD

7322

4AD

7323

AD

7324

8 LTC

1854

LTC

1857

AD

7329

AD

7328

10-Bit

Single-Ended

Unipolar

2AD

7911

AD

7912

4 AD

*

7995

AD

7914

AD

7933

8 AD

*

7997

AD

7918

AD

7939

MUXed Input SAR ADCs (Continued)

Suggested

Part

Smaller

Solution

Higher

Performance

Lower

Power

*

I2C Interface

Wideband Oversampled ADCs (FIR Filter)

Input Type

Digital Filter Bandwidth (–3dB Point)

≤5kHz ≤12.5kHz ≤25kHz ≤50kHz ≤125kHz ≤250kHz ≤1MHz

RESOLUTION

32-Bit

Fully

Differential

LTC

2508-32

LTC

2500-32

24-Bit

Fully

Differential

AD

7767-2

AD

7766-2

AD

7767-1

AD

776 6-1

AD

7767

AD

7766

AD u

7765

AD u

7764

AD u

7762

AD u

7763

LTC

2512-24

AD u

7760

u Buffered Input A

L10
2493
LTC
2443

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Input Type Channels

Output Data Rate

≤0.05ksps ≤0.5ksps ≤ 5ksps ≤20ksps ≤50ksps ≤250ksps ≤2Msps

RESOLUTION

32-Bit

Fully Differential/

Pseudo-

Differential

2/4 AD u

7177-2

24-Bit

Fully Differential 1

LTC

2400

LTC

2484

LTC

*

2485

LTC

2440

LTC

2380-24

Pseudo-

Differential 1LTC

2368-24

Fully Differential/

Pseudo-

Differential

1/1 AD

7797

2/2 AD

7191

2/4

AD

7190

AD

7192

AD

7195

AD u

7172-2

AD u

7175-2

AD

7176-2

3/3

AD

7793

AD

7799

4/7 or 8 AD

7193

AD

7124-4

AD u

7172-4

6/6 AD

7794

8/15 or 16 AD

7194

AD

7124-8

AD u

7173-8

AD u

7175-8

Fully Differential/

Single-Ended

2/4

LTC

2492

LTC

*

2493

LTC

2442

4/8

LTC

2444

LTC

2445

LTC

2446

LTC

2447

8/16

LTC

2498

LTC

*

2499

LTC

2448

LTC

2449

Suggested

Part

u Buffered Input

PGIA Input

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Output Data Rate

≤.0.05ksps ≤0.5ksps ≤5ksps

16-Bit

Fully Differential 1

LTC

2452

LTC

2462

LTC

2482

LTC

*

2453

LTC

*

2463

LTC

*

2483

LTC

2472

LTC

*

2473

Fully Differential/

Pseudo-Differential

1/1 AD

7796

3/3

AD

7792

AD

7798

6/6

AD

7795

Fully Differential/

Single-Ended

2/4

LTC

2488

LTC

*

2489

LTC

2486

LTC

*

2487

8/16

LTC

2496

LTC

*

2497

LTC

2494

LTC

*

2495

Single-Ended 1

LTC

2450

LTC

*

2451

LTC

2460

LTC

*

2461

LTC

2470

LTC

*

2471

uBuffered Input

PGIA Input

*

I2C Interface

Narrowband Oversampling ADCs (Continued)

Suggested

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