ANALOG DEVICES’ A/D CONVERTER WITH INTERNAL REFERENCE DELIVERS LOWEST POWER, HIGHEST ACCURACY AND SMALLEST PACKAGE IN ITS CLASS
"The AD7091R operates at over 3.5 times the power efficiency of competing A/D converters, and of discrete ADC and reference two-chip alternatives," said Mike Britchfield, vice president, Industrial and Instrumentation Group, Analog Devices. "The significant power performance advantage was designed specifically for system engineers working within stringent system power constraints."
The AD7091R core draws 349 μA typical at 3 V when operating at 1-MSPS. The device’s power automatically scales with throughput. It draws 264-nA power down current and 21.6µA standby current, which allows designers to further optimize energy consumption for intermittent or one-shot conversions. The new device also achieves a 4.5 ppm/˚C reference temperature coefficient.