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  • PAC1934 for Embedded Applications


    The PAC1934 is a four channel power/energy monitor with current sensor amplifier and bus voltage monitors that feed high resolution ADCs. It enables energy monitoring ... More

  • MCP37Dxx Pipeline Analog-to-Digital Converter


    Microchip Technology’s new pipeline analog-to-digital converters enable applications to reduce system complexity with high integration of digital processing. With small packaging and internal bypass capacitors ... More

  • ADC Aspects - Episode 1 - Quantization


    Jefferay Lawton, Senior Product Marketing Manager from Microchip's Analog and Interface Division, introduces the first edition of ADC Aspects, a series of short discussions about ... More

  • Analog-to-Digital Converter with Computation Peripheral (ADCC)


    This video presents Microchip's 10-bit analog-to-digital converter with computation peripheral (ADCC) that minimizes the amount of code you need to develop by automating many tasks ... More

  • Lowest-Power 16-bit, 200 Msps Stand-Alone ADCs


    This video introduces the lowest-power, 16-bit, 200 Msps, stand-alone analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), the MCP37 families. This device draws 490 mW and uses the LVDS digital ... More