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The ADC12030, and ADC12H030 families are 12-bit plus sign successive approximation
Analog-to-Digital Converters with serial I/O and configurable input multiplexers. The
ADC12034/ADC12H034 and ADC12038/ADC12H038 have 4 and 8 channel multiplexers, respectively. The
differential multiplexer outputs and ADC inputs are available on the MUXOUT1, MUXOUT2, A/DIN1 and
A/DIN2 pins. The ADC12030/ADC12H030 has a two channel multiplexer with the multiplexer outputs and
ADC inputs internally connected. The ADC12030 family is tested with a 5 MHz clock, while the
ADC12H030 family is tested with an 8 MHz clock. On request, these ADCs go through a self
calibration process that adjusts linearity, zero and full-scale errors to less than ±1 LSB
The analog inputs can be configured to operate in various combinations of single-ended,
differential, or pseudo-differential modes. A fully differential unipolar analog input range (0V to
+5V) can be accommodated with a single +5V supply. In the differential modes, valid outputs are
obtained even when the negative inputs are greater than the positive because of the 12-bit plus
sign output data format.
The serial I/O is configured to comply with NSC MICROWIRE. For voltage references see the
LM4040, LM4050 or LM4041.
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