DALLAS July 13, 2011 www.ti.com/amc1200-pr
The AMC1200 is a 4-kV peak isolated amplifier providing 80-percent better linearity and gain drift compared to competitive devices while reducing power consumption by 50 percent. The AMC1204 is a 20-MHz, externally-clocked, isolated delta-sigma modulator that provides 40-percent better linearity than the competition.
Key features and benefits
- High precision with a maximum non-linearity of 0.07 percent and gain drift of 56 ppm/C.
- Reduced power consumption with a low high-side supply current of no more than 8 mA at 5 V.
- Fully specified over the extended industrial temperature range of -40 to 105 degrees C – 20 degrees higher than competitive offerings.
- analog-to-digital converters microcontrollers
- Ultra-high accuracy with best-in-class non-linearity of +/- 8 LSB, maximum, and a digital output that allows designers to define digital filter characteristics based on system requirements.
- Includes an external clock interface to enable simultaneous measurement of multiple channels.
- UL 1577 IEC 60747-5-2 CSA
Tools and support
Availability, packaging and pricing
Complementary analog solutions
Customers can speed time-to-market when combining the AMC1200 or AMC1204 with complementary products in TI’s analog portfolio. Examples include:
- Data converters ADS8363 SAR ADC AMC1210 digital filter
- Amplifiers OPA333 zero drift operational amplifier INA333 precision instrumentation amplifier
- Power management REF5050 low drift voltage reference
Learn more about TI’s precision data converter portfolio by visiting the links below:
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