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ADC1004S040TS

Single 10 bits ADC up to 40 Msps

The ADC1004S030/040/050 are a family of 10-bit high-speed low-power Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC) for professional video and other applications. They convert the analog input signal into 10-bit binary-coded digital signals at a maximum sampling rate of 50 MHz. All digital inputs and outputs are Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL) and CMOS compatible, although a low-level sine wave clock input signal is allowed. The device requires an external source to drive its reference ladder. If the application requires that the reference is driven via internal sources, NXP Semiconductors recommends you use one of the ADC1003S030/040/050 family.

Features

  • 10-bit resolution
  • 3 V to 5 V CMOS digital outputs
  • DC sampling allowed
  • External reference voltage regulator
  • High signal-to-noise ratio over a large analog input frequency range (9.4 effective bits at 4.43 MHz full-scale input at fclk = 40 MHz)
  • In-Range (IR) CMOS output
  • Low analog input capacitance, no buffer amplifier required
  • Low-level AC clock input signal allowed
  • No missing codes guaranteed
  • No sample-and-hold circuit required
  • One clock cycle conversion only
  • Power dissipation only 175 mW (typical)
  • Sampling rate up to 50 MHz
  • TTL and CMOS levels compatible digital inputs

Product Specification

Resolution (bits)Channels (#)Sample Freq. Max (Msps)SFDR (dBc)SNR (dBFS)Power Consumption Typ (mW)Supply Voltage (V)Input BufferInterface Compatibility
1014072581755.00NoTTL, CMOS

Product Options

Orderable Part IDPart StatusPkg. CodePkg. TypeLead Count (#)Temp. GradePb (Lead) FreeCarrier TypeSample & Buy
ADC1004S040TS-C18ObsoletePYR28SSOP28IYesReelCheck Availability

Documents

Technical Documentation

Title Type Format File Size Datesort icon
Datasheets & Errata
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ADC1004S SER Datasheet Datasheet PDF 467 KB Jun 14, 2012
PCNs & PDNs
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PDN# : DC-14-01 PRODUCT DISCONTINUANCE NOTICE Product Discontinuation Notice PDF 538 KB Feb 17, 2014

Evaluation Boards