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Analog Devices Unveils Ultra Power Efficient Amplifiers [News]
posted October 6 2014 15:01.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Analog Devices introduced a family of low-power rail-to-rail amplifiers for high-speed data acquisition systems that require exceptional accuracy, precision and power efficiency.

For system designers who are looking to achieve full datasheet specifications from high resolution A/D converters, the ADA4805-1 (single) and ADA4805-2 (dual) amplifiers provide the only solution with quiescent current as low as 495uA. The amplifiers 19 Dynamic Power Scaling (DPS) feature allows users to dynamically manage the power consumption by shutting-down the amplifier between analog-to-digital converter samples. This further reduces by up to 90 percent the power consumption 14 with no performance degradation 14when compared to similar solutions.




Follow this link to read the whole story, order ADA4805 samples, get your evaluation boards or download the data sheets.

[Link: Analog Devices]
 
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