Protecting ADC inputs from over voltage situations.

Do you have any integrated single ended ADC drivers with built in over-voltage protection, to protect the ADC front end?

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Sep 6, 2018 7:35 PM

    Duplicate Answer for testing: 

    Why yes, yes we do. We have exactly what you need the AD8036 (unity gain stable) and AD8037(gain stable for 2 or greater). The AD8036/37 are single ended ADC drivers, that have a unique feature which allows the user to set the high and low level output swing via a few pins. This allow you to set the swing an protect the input to your ADC. The nice thing about these parts is the clamping actually takes place in the input, so they feature very fast overdrive recovery, less than 2ns. They also feature wide BW 190MHz (4Vpp) and a Slew Rate of 1500V/us.

    the nice thing about these part is they can be used as traditional op amps as well. Check them out and let me know what you think.

    Regards

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  • +1
    •  Analog Employees 
    on Sep 6, 2018 7:35 PM

    Duplicate Answer for testing: 

    Why yes, yes we do. We have exactly what you need the AD8036 (unity gain stable) and AD8037(gain stable for 2 or greater). The AD8036/37 are single ended ADC drivers, that have a unique feature which allows the user to set the high and low level output swing via a few pins. This allow you to set the swing an protect the input to your ADC. The nice thing about these parts is the clamping actually takes place in the input, so they feature very fast overdrive recovery, less than 2ns. They also feature wide BW 190MHz (4Vpp) and a Slew Rate of 1500V/us.

    the nice thing about these part is they can be used as traditional op amps as well. Check them out and let me know what you think.

    Regards

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