Microchip Technology has announced the completion of its MCP391X energy-measurement Analog Front End (AFE) family. The MCP3919 and MCP3912 integrate three and four channels of 24-bit, delta-sigma ADC, respectively. They have an accuracy of 93.5 dB SINAD, –107-dB THD, and 112-dB SFDR for precise signal acquisition and higher-perforce end products.
Microchip also announced two new tools to aid in the development of energy systems using the new AFEs. The MCP3912 Evaluation Board (part # ADM00499) and MCP3919 Evaluation Board (part # ADM00573) are each available for $129.99.
The MCP3912 and MCP3919 AFEs are both available today for sampling and volume production, with prices starting at $1.84 each in 5,000-unit quantities. Both AFEs are offered in 28-pin QFN and SSOP packages.
Source: Microchip Technology
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