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ADUM3123ARZ, Analog Devices

ADUM3123ARZ, Analog Devices

ADuM3123 1-channel Digital Isolators Digital Isolators, Analog Devices A comprehensive range of Digital Isolators featuring iCoupler® technology from Analog Devices. These products combine high speed CMOS and monolithic air core transformer technologies to provide outstanding performance characteristics superior to alternative product types such as opto-coupled devices and exhibit superior long-term reliability, stability and longevity.
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ADP2504ACPZ-R7, Analog Devices

ADP2504ACPZ-R7, Analog Devices

Step-Up/Step-Down Switching Regulators, Analog Devices Switching Voltage Regulators, Analog Devices A wide range of switching regulators from Analog Devices offers operation in step-up (boost), step-down (buck), and inverting voltage modes. The regulators generate fixed or adjustable output voltage.
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AD8512ARZ-REEL7, Analog Devices

AD8512ARZ-REEL7, Analog Devices

The Analog Devices AD8510/AD8512/AD8513 are single-, dual-, and quad-precision JFET amplifiers that feature low offset voltage, input bias current, input voltage noise, and input current noise. The combination of low offsets, low noise, and very low input bias currents makes these amplifiers especially suitable for high impedance sensor amplification and precise current measurements using shunts. The combination of dc precision, low noise, and fast settling time results in superior accuracy in medical instruments, electronic measurement, and automated test equipment. Unlike many competitive amplifiers, the AD8510/AD8512/AD8513 maintain their fast settling performance even with substantial capacitive loads. Unlike many older JFET amplifiers, the AD8510/AD8512/AD8513 do not suffer from output phase reversal when input voltages exceed the maximum common-mode voltage range. Fast settling time: 500 ns to 0.1% No phase reversal Unity-gain stable
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ADA4254ACPZ, Analog Devices

ADA4254ACPZ, Analog Devices

The Analog Devices The ADA4254 is a zero drift, high voltage, low power programmable gain instrumentation amplifier (PGIA) designed for process control and industrial applications. The ADA4254 features 12 binary weighted gains ranging from 1/16 V/V to 128 V/V and three scaling gain options of 1 V/V, 1.25 V/V, and 1.375 V/V, resulting in 36 possible gain settings. The power consumption of the ADA4254 is a mere 22 mW, making the device an excellent choice for industrial systems that demand precision, robustness, and low power. The zero drift amplifier topology of the ADA4254 self calibrates dc errors and low frequency 1/f noise, achieving excellent dc precision over the entire specified temperature range. Excellent dc precision High input impedance Integrated input EMI filtering Dedicated output amplifier supplies 7 GPIO ports with special functions Sequential chip select mode External multiplexer control Specified temperature range: −40°C to +105°C
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ADG211AKNZ, Analog Devices

ADG211AKNZ, Analog Devices

Dual Supply ±5V to ±20V Analogue Switches, ADG2xx Series, Analog Devices Switches and Multiplexers, Analog Devices
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LT1963AES8#PBF, Analog Devices

LT1963AES8#PBF, Analog Devices

LDO (Low Dropout) Linear Voltage Regulators, Adjustable Output, Linear Technology LDO (Low Dropout) Linear Voltage Regulators, Linear Technology Linear Technology Low Dropout Linear regulators (LDO) present very low dropout, line and load regulation and fast transient response. The positive, negative and multiple output LDO Linear regulators come in fixed or adjustable outputs. Some LDO+ devices have more features than the standard linear regulators; some can monitor the voltage, current and temperature. They also feature program current limit, active output discharge or even control an upstream supply powering the LDO. Fast Transient response time Wide Input Voltage range: 0.9V to 80V Output Currents from 100mA to 7.5A
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AD9125-M5375-EBZ, Analog Devices

AD9125-M5375-EBZ, Analog Devices

Evaluation Board for AD9125 Dual 16-bit DAC The AD9125 High-Speed DAC Evaluation Boards from Analog Devices, are designed for the assessment of the AD9125 Digital-to-Analogue Converter (DAC). The AD9125 is a dual, 16-bit, high dynamic range TxDAC+ DAC that provides a sample rate of 1000 Msps, permitting a multicarrier generation up to the Nyquist frequency. The evaluation board for the AD9125 is available in two variations. The AD9125-M5372-EBZ comes with the ADL5372, 1500 MHz to 2500 MHz Quadrature Modulator on board. The AD9125-M5375-EBZ has the ADL5375, 400 MHz to 6 GHz Broadband Quadrature Modulator on-board. To operate the AD9125 evaluation boards, apply power, a clock source, a digital data source, and you are able to observe the DAC output. A low jitter sine or square wave clock is suitable as a source. Connected with a Data Pattern Generator for rapid evaluation Software allows control and programming through a USB connection and the SPI port DUT and clock circuit operating modes are programmed via the SPI port Kit Contents AD9125 Evaluation Board Evaluation Board CD Mini-USB cable Digital to Analogue Converters - Analog Devices
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ADP2116ACPZ-R7, Analog Devices

ADP2116ACPZ-R7, Analog Devices

The ADP2116 is a versatile, synchronous, step-down switching regulator that satisfies a wide range of customer point-of-load requirements. The two PWM channels can be configured to deliver independent outputs at 3 A and 3 A (or at 3 A and 2 A) or can be configured as a single interleaved output capable of delivering 6 A. The two PWM channels are 180° phase shifted to reduce input ripple current and input capacitance.The ADP2116 provides high efficiency and can operate at switching frequencies of up to 2 MHz. Configurable 3 A/3 A or 3 A/2 A dual-output load combinations or 6 A combined single-output load High efficiency: up to 95% Selectable switching frequency of 300 kHz, 600 kHz, 1.2 MHz, or synchronized from 200 kHz to 2 MHz Optimized gate slew rate for reduced EMI External synchronization input or internal clock output Dual-phase, 180° phase-shifted PWM channels Current mode for fast transient response Pulse skip mode with light loads or forced PWM operation
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ADM2491EBRWZ, Analog Devices

ADM2491EBRWZ, Analog Devices

RS-485 Line Drivers and Receivers, Analog Devices RS-485 Line Drivers and Receivers
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ADSP-CM403CSWZ-FF, Analog Devices

ADSP-CM403CSWZ-FF, Analog Devices

ADSP-CM40x Mixed Signal Control Processors Analog Devices ADSP-CM40x family of mixed-signal control processors is based on the ARM Cortex-M4F processor core with floating point unit. ARM Cortex-M4 Mixed-Signal Control Processors The ADSP-CM4xx Mixed Signal Control Processors utilize the ARM Cortex-M4 core integrated with high-precision ADCs, digital accelerators, filters, SRAM, Flash memory and a rich set of peripherals.
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ADP2120ACPZ-3.3-R7, Analog Devices

ADP2120ACPZ-3.3-R7, Analog Devices

Step-Down Switching Regulators, Analog Devices From Analog Devices, a range of voltage switching regulators to suit a variety of requirements. Note 759-2916 - Number of PWM Outputs = 1 Switching Voltage Regulators, Analog Devices A wide range of switching regulators from Analog Devices offers operation in step-up (boost), step-down (buck), and inverting voltage modes. The regulators generate fixed or adjustable output voltage.
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ADP7158CP-3.3EVALZ, Analog Devices

ADP7158CP-3.3EVALZ, Analog Devices

Evaluation Board for ADP7158, 3.3V 2A RF Linear Regulator The Evaluation Board for the ADP7158 demonstrates the performance of the Ultralow Noise, High PSRR, Radio Frequency (RF) Linear Regulator at 3.3 V fixed output. Low Noise 0.9 μV RMS Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) 70 dB from 1 kHz to 100 kHz Low Dropout Voltage 200 mV typical at 3.3 V, 2 A Maximum Output Current 2 A Input Voltage 2.3 V to 5.5 V LDO (Low Dropout) Linear Voltage Regulator - Analog Devices The Low dropout or LDO is a linear voltage regulator. We have a wide range of linear regulators. The LDO regulator can operate with a small input–output differential voltage. LDO voltage regulators may offer fast transient response, wide input voltage range, low quiescent current and low noise with high PSRR.