FAQ: AD7606 vs AD7606B

What’s the difference between the AD7606 and the AD7606B?

[edited by: Lluis at 12:16 PM (GMT 0) on 17 May 2019]
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    •  Analog Employees 
    on May 17, 2019 12:17 PM over 1 year ago

    The AD7606B is a directly pin replacement for AD7606, with higher input impedance, throughput rate and extended temperature range, see A.N. 1559 for further details on how to migrate from AD7606 design into AD7606B.

    However, by writing to its memory map, a series of advanced features can be enabled:

    -system gain/offset/phase calibration,

    -per channel analog input range selection (including +/-2.5V range),

    -sensor disconnect detection

    -additional oversampling ratios

    -lower Vdrive operation