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Datasheet Linear Technology LTC1092

ManufacturerLinear Technology

1, 2, 6 and 8 Channel, 10-Bit Serial I/O Data Acquisition Systems


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    LTC1091/92/93/94 - 1, 2, 6 and 8 Channel, 10-Bit Serial I/O Data Acquisition Systems
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    1-, 2-, 6-and 8-Channel, 10-Bit
    Serial I/O Data Acquisition Systems
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    в–  Programmable Features
    – Unipolar/Bipolar Conversions
    – Differential/Single-Ended Multiplexer
    Single Supply 5V, 10V or В±5V Operation
    Direct 3-or 4-Wire Interface to Most MPU Serial
    Ports and All MPU Parallel I/O Ports
    Analog Inputs Common Mode to Supply Rails
    Resolution: 10 Bits
    Total Unadjusted Error (A Grade): В±1LSB Over Temp
    Fast Conversion Time: 20Вµs ...



Package Outline Drawing
Package Outline Drawing
Package CodeNN
Package Index05-08-1510 (N8)05-08-1510 (N8)
Pin Count88


ADC INL, LSB0.50.5
Bipolar/Unipolar InputUnipolar, Bipolar, True BipolarUnipolar, Bipolar, True Bipolar
Bits, bits1010
Number of Channels11
Export Controlnono
I/OSerial SPISerial SPI
Input DrivePseudo-Differential, Single-EndedPseudo-Differential, Single-Ended
Input Span0V to 5V0V to 5V
Internal Referencenono
Operating Temperature Range, °C0 to 700 to 70
Power, mW55
Speed, ksps3838
Supply Voltage Range5V5V

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Application Notes

  • Download » Application Notes - AN26 (A-R) PDF, 5.6 Mb, File published: Jan 23, 1988
    Interfacing the LTC1090/1/2
    A collection of interface applications between various microprocessors/ controllers and the LTC1090 family of data acquisition systems. The note is divided into sections specific to each interface.
  • Download » Application Notes - AN62 PDF, 349 Kb, File published: Oct 1, 1994
    Data Acquisition Circuit Collection
    This application note presents a wide variety of data acquisition circuits. The detailed circuit schematics cover 8-, 10-, and 12- bit ADC and DAC applications, serial and parallel digital interfaces, battery monitoring, temperature sensing, isolated interfaces, and connections to various popular microprocessors and microcontrollers. An appendix covers suggested voltage references.
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    Application Note 62
    October 1994
    Data Acquisition Circuit Collection
    Kevin R. Hoskins
    This application note features 8-, 10-, and 12-bit data
    acquisition components in various circuit configurations.
    The circuits include battery monitoring, temperature sensing, isolated serial interfaces, and microprocessor and
    microcontroller serial and parallel interfaces. Also included are voltage reference circuits (Application Note 42
    contains more voltage reference circuits). Additional circuit information is located in the information
    references listed in the Circuit Index. Each information
    reference refers to either an application note (example:
    AN42 = Application Note 42), a data sheet (example:
    LTCВ®1292 DS = LTC1292 Data Sheet), or a design note
    (example: DN66 = Design Note 66).
    and LTC are registered trademarks and LT is a trademark of Linear Technology Corporation. CIRCUIT INDEX
    General Analog-to-Digital Application Circuits
    Two-Quadrant 150kHz Bandwidth Analog Multiplier . Figure 1 .
    Infinite Hold-Time Sample-and-Hold (tACQ = 240ns) . Figure 2 .
    Four-Quadrant 250kHz Bandwidth Analog Multiplier . Figure 3 .
    Demodulating a Signal Using Undersampling . Figure 4 . ...

Design Notes

  • Download » Design Notes - DN13 PDF, 95 Kb, File published: Aug 1, 1988
    Closed Loop Control with Data Acquisition Systems
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    Closed Loop Control with Data Acquisition Systems
    Design Note 13
    Guy Hoover and William Rempfer
    The use of microprocessors in process control loops
    is quite common. A processor based control loop requires special design considerations as compared to
    traditional analog loops. Often a single centrally located
    processor will be used to control several remotely
    located processes. The outputs of the remote process
    sensors can be digitized at the sensor location and then
    be transmitted to the central processor. Unfortunately,
    transmitting digital signals typically requires one wire
    for each bit of resolution and requires expensive cabling.
    Alternatively, the sensor output can be transmitted
    as an analog signal to the central processor area for
    digitization. However, transmitting analog signals over
    distances can introduce errors because of noise and
    voltage drops in the wires.
    The solution to these control loop problems can be found
    in the LTC В®1090 series of data acquisition systems. As
    can be seen in the schematic of Figure 2, ten bits of
    data can be digitized remotely and sent to the processor
    with only three wires plus ground. The single supply ...
  • Download » Design Notes - DN19 PDF, 81 Kb, File published: Jan 1, 1989
    A Two Wire Isolated and Powered 10-Bit Data Acquisition System
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    A Two Wire Isolated and Powered 10-Bit Data Acquisition Sytem
    Design Note 19
    Guy Hoover and William Rempfer
    For reasons of safety or to eliminate error producing
    ground loops, it is often necessary to provide electrical
    isolation between measurement points and the microprocessor. Unfortunately, the isolated side of this measurement system must still be provided with power. One
    alternative is to power the isolated side of the circuit with
    batteries. This solution works if power consumption is
    low, environmental conditions are mild and the batteries
    are easily accessible. If these conditions are not met a
    separate isolated supply may be constructed. This can be
    both difficult and expensive. This design note describes
    a transformer isolated system in which one small pulse
    transformer provides both power and a data path.
    The circuit of Figure 1 is a 10-bit data acquisition system
    with 700V of isolation. The circuit takes advantage of the
    serial architecture of the LTC В®1092 which allows data
    and power to be transmitted using only one transformer.
    A 10-bit conversion can be completed and the data transferred to the microprocessor in 100Ојs. Using standard
    ribbon cable the isolated side of this circuit has been remotely located as much as 50 feet from the transformer
    without affecting circuit performance.
    Circuit Description ...
  • Download » Design Notes - DN5 PDF, 77 Kb, File published: Mar 1, 1989
    Temperature Measurement Using Data Acquisition Systems
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    Temperature Measurement Using Data Acquisition Systems
    Design Note 5
    William Rempfer and Guy Hoover
    Accurate temperature measurement is a difficult and
    very common problem. Whether recording a temperature, regulating a temperature or modifying a process
    to accommodate a temperature, the LTCВ®1090 family
    of data acquisition systems can provide an important
    link in the chain between the blast furnace temperature
    and the microcontroller. Features of the LTC1090 family
    can make temperature measurement easier, cheaper
    and more accurate.
    High DC input resistance and reduced span operation
    allow direct connection to many standard temperature
    sensors. Multiplexer options allow one chip to measure
    up to 8 channels of temperature information. Single
    supply operation, modest power requirements (~5mW)
    and serial interfaces make remote location possible.
    Switching power on and off lowers power consumption (560ОјW) even more for battery applications.
    Finally, because few sensors have accuracies as good as 0.1%, the 10-bit resolution and 0.05% accuracy of
    the LTC1090 family are just right for most temperature
    sensing applications.
    Thermocouple Systems ...

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Series: LTC1092 (2)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Data Conversion > Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC) > Precision ADCs (Fs < 10Msps) > Multi Channel ADCs | Single Channel ADCs

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