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LTC1276 Datasheet(PDF) 14 Page - Linear Technology

Part No. LTC1276
Description  12-Bit, 300ksps Sampling A/D Converters with Reference
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Maker  LINER [Linear Technology]
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LTC1273
LTC1275/LTC1276
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APPLICATI
I FOR ATIO
AIN
LTC1273/75/76 • F10c
R2
10k
R4
100k
R1
10k
ANALOG
INPUT
±2.5V (LTC1275)
±5V (LTC1276)
R3
100k
5V
R8
20k
OFFSET
ADJUST
R6
200
R5
4.3k
FULL SCALE
ADJUST
R7
100k
+
LTC1275
LTC1276
–5V
AIN
LTC1273/75/76 • F10b
R2
10k
R4
100k
R1
10k
10k
5V
R9
20
ANALOG
INPUT
0V TO 5V
R3
100k
5V
R8
10k
OFFSET
ADJUST
R6
400
R5
4.3k
FULL SCALE
ADJUST
R7
100k
+
LTC1273
Figure 10b. LTC1273 Offset and Full Scale Adjust Circuit
should be adjusted before full scale. To adjust offset, apply
0.61mV (i.e., 1/2LSB) at the input and adjust the offset
trim until the LTC1273 output code flickers between 0000
0000 0000 and 0000 0000 0001. To adjust full scale, apply
an analog input of 4.99817V (i.e., FS – 1 1/2LSBs or last
code transition) at the input and adjust the full scale trim
until the LTC1273 output code flickers between 1111 1111
1110 and 1111 1111 1111. It should be noted that if
negative ADC offsets need to be adjusted or if an output
swing to ground is required, the op amp in Figure 10b
requires a negative power supply.
Bipolar Offset and Full Scale Adjustment
(LTC1275/LTC1276)
Bipolar offset and full scale errors are adjusted in a similar
fashion to the unipolar case. Figure 10a shows the extra
components required for full scale error adjustment. If
both offset and full scale adjustments are needed, the
circuit in Figure 10c can be used. Again, bipolar offset
must be adjusted before full scale error. Bipolar offset
adjustment is achieved by trimming the offset adjustment
of Figure 10c while the input voltage is 1/2LSB below
ground. This is done by applying an input voltage of
– 0.61mV or – 1.22mV (– 0.5LSB for LTC1275 or LTC1276)
to the input in Figure 10c and adjusting R8 until the ADC
output code flickers between 0000 0000 0000 and 1111
1111 1111. For full scale adjustment, an input voltage of
2.49817V or 4.99636V (FS – 1 1/2LSBs for LTC1275 or
LTC1276) is applied to the input and R5 is adjusted until
the output code flickers between 0111 1111 1110 and
0111 1111 1111.
BOARD LAYOUT AND BYPASSING
The LTC1273/LTC1275/LTC1276 are easy to use. To ob-
tain the best performance from the devices a printed
circuit board is required. Layout for the printed circuit
board should ensure that digital and analog signal lines are
separated as much as possible. In particular, care should
be taken not to run any digital track alongside an analog
signal track. The analog input should be screened by
AGND.
High quality tantalum and ceramic bypass capacitors
should be used at the VDD and VREF pins as shown in Figure
11. For the LTC1275/LTC1276 a 0.1
µF ceramic provides
adequate bypassing for the VSS pin. The capacitors must
be located as close to the pins as possible. The traces
connecting the pins and the bypass capacitors must be
kept short and should be made as wide as possible.
Noise: Input signal leads to AIN and signal return leads
from AGND (Pin 3) should be kept as short as possible to
minimize input noise coupling. In applications where this
is not possible, a shielded cable between source and ADC
is recommended. Also, since any potential difference in
grounds between the signal source and ADC appears as an
Figure 10c. LTC1275/LTC1276 Offset and
Full Scale Adjust Circuit


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