EVAL-AD7450ASDZ

Manufacturer Part NumberEVAL-AD7450ASDZ
DescriptionData Conversion IC Development Tools EVALUATION BOARD I.C.
ManufacturerAnalog Devices
TypeADC
SeriesAD7450A
EVAL-AD7450ASDZ datasheet
 


Specifications of EVAL-AD7450ASDZ

RohsyesProductEvaluation Boards
Tool Is For Evaluation OfAD7450AInterface TypeSerial
Operating Supply Voltage2.7 V to 5.25 VMaximum Operating Temperature+ 85 C
Minimum Operating Temperature- 40 CFactory Pack Quantity1
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Op Amp Pair
An op amp pair can be used to directly couple a differential
signal to the AD7440/AD7450A. The circuit configurations
shown in Figure 35 and Figure 36 show how a dual op amp can
be used to convert a single-ended signal into a differential
signal for both a bipolar and unipolar input signal, respectively.
The voltage applied to Point A sets up the common-mode
voltage. In both diagrams, it is connected in some way to the
reference, but any value in the common-mode range can be
input here to set up the common mode. The AD8022 is a
suitable dual op amp that could be used in this configuration
to provide differential drive to the AD7440/AD7450A.
Take care when choosing the op amp; the selection depends on
the required power supply and system performance objectives.
The driver circuits in Figure 35 and Figure 36 are optimized for
dc coupling applications requiring best distortion performance.
The circuit configuration shown in Figure 35 converts a
unipolar, single-ended signal into a differential signal.
The differential op amp driver circuit in Figure 36 is configured
to convert and level shift a single-ended, ground-referenced
(bipolar) signal to a differential signal centered at the V
of the ADC.
220Ω
×
2
V
p-p
REF
V+
390Ω
V
REF
27Ω
GND
V–
220Ω
220Ω
V+
27Ω
A
V–
10kΩ
Figure 35. Dual Op Amp Circuit to Convert a Single-Ended Unipolar Signal
into a Differential Signal
220Ω
×
2
V
p-p
REF
V+
390Ω
GND
27Ω
V–
220Ω
220Ω
220Ω
V+
A
27Ω
V–
10kΩ
20kΩ
Figure 36. Dual Op Amp Circuit to Convert a Single-Ended Bipolar Signal into
a Differential Signal
RF Transformer
An RF transformer with a center tap offers a good solution for
generating differential inputs in systems that do not need to
be dc-coupled. Figure 37 shows how a transformer is used for
single-ended-to-differential conversion. It provides the benefits
of operating the ADC in the differential mode without contri-
buting additional noise and distortion. An RF transformer also
has the benefit of providing electrical isolation between the
signal source and the ADC. A transformer can be used for most
ac applications. The center tap is used to shift the differential
signal to the common-mode level required; in this case, it is
connected to the reference so the common-mode level is the
value of the reference.
level
REF
Figure 37. Using an RF Transformer to Generate Differential Inputs
DIGITAL INPUTS
V
The digital inputs applied to the device are not limited by the
DD
maximum ratings, which limit the analog limits. Instead the
digital inputs applied, CS and SCLK, can go to 7 V and are not
V
IN+
AD7440/
restricted by the V
AD7450A
V
IN–
V
The main advantage of the inputs not being restricted to the
REF
V
+ 0.3 V limit is that power supply sequencing issues are
DD
0.1μF
avoided. If CS and SCLK are applied before V
of latch-up as there would be on the analog inputs if a signal
greater than 0.3 V was applied prior to V
EXTERNAL
V
REF
REFERENCE
An external reference source is required to supply the reference
to the device. This reference input can range from 100 mV to
3.5 V. With a 5 V power supply, the specified reference is 2.5 V
V
DD
and the maximum reference is 3.5 V. With a 3 V power supply,
the specified reference is 2 V and the maximum reference is
2.2 V. In both cases, the reference is functional from 100 mV.
V
IN+
AD7440/
AD7450A
V
Ensure that, when choosing the reference value for a particular
IN–
V
REF
application, the maximum analog input range (V
never greater than V
0.1μF
ratings of the device. The following two examples calculate the
maximum V
EXTERNAL
AD7440/AD7450A at a V
V
REF
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AD7440/AD7450A
3.75V
2.5V
1.25V
R
R
V
IN+
AD7440/
C
AD7450A
R
V
IN–
V
REF
3.75V
2.5V
1.25V
EXTERNAL
V
REF
+ 0.3 V limits as on the analog input.
DD
, there is no risk
DD
.
DD
max) is
IN
+ 0.3 V to comply with the maximum
DD
input that can be used when operating the
REF
of 5 V and 3 V, respectively.
DD