Microchip MCP3912 ADC Evaluation Board system (ADM00499)
|Main Features of Kit or Board|
- RS-232 driver
- I/O pins
- I2C interface
- user buttons
- user LEDs
- Power Management
- high-speed ADC
The MCP3919 ADC Evaluation Board system provides the opportunity to evaluate the performance of the MCP3919 three-channel Analog Front End (AFE). It also provides a development platform for 16-bit microcontroller-based applications, using the existing 100-pin PIC microcontroller Plug-in Module (PIM) systems that are compatible with the Explorer 16 Evaluation Board (DM240001) and other high pin count PIC-based demo boards. The system comes with a programmed PIC24FJ256GA110 PIM module that communicates with the Energy Management Utility software for data exchange and ADC setup. This software connects via a USB connection to the board. A download link for this software can be found below. For instructions on the use of this software, refer to the supporting documentation included within the application installation package.
Three-channel ADC MCP3919 output display using serial communication to the PC software interface.
Simultaneous 57 ksps at OSR32 address loop ALL or 95 dB SINAD at OSR512 performance on MCP3919.
System and ADC performance analysis through graphical PC tools showing noise histogram, frequency domain (FFT), time domain scope plot, and statistical numerical analysis.
Robust hardware design with analog grounding and analog/digital separation, allowing low noise evaluation of the MCP3919 device; includes separate power supplies and power planes on a four-layer board.
This MCP3912 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs kit includes:
MCP3913 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs (Part number ADM00573)
Important Information Sheet
ADM00573 Evaluation Board User Guide and Schematic
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