The part number is ISL73141SEH and the ADC fully resets after every sample, clearing any errors that result from a single event upset (SEU) due to heavy ion radiation during spaceflight.
The ISL73141SEH is one of the key signal-path building blocks in long duration geosynchronous / geostationary Earth orbit (GEO) communication satellites and manned spacecraft, including lunar space missions.
The ISL73141SEH ADC is one of seven ICs, including rad-hard temperature sensor, multiplexer, quad op amp, ADC driver, LDO and voltage reference to form a complete sensor interface signal chain solution that accelerates telemetry, tracking, and control and flight computer system development.
The space-grade ISL73141SEH is characterized for enhanced low dose rate-sensitivity radiation performance up to 75krad(Si) for total ionizing dose (TID) and linear energy transfer (LET) up to 86MeVcm2/mg for single event effects (SEE).
Key Features of the ISL73141SEH
1-MSPS throughput rate with no data latency and no missing codes
5V supply, dissipates only 60mW
High SNR of 82.1dBFS at 5V supply operation
Operating from a 3.3V supply at 750-KSPS, dissipates only 28mW
Single supply operation simplifies system design
Highest dynamic performance of 13.3 ENOB, enabling > 12-bit resolution
Superior linearity: ±0.5 LSB INL and ±0.2 LSB DNL
Full military temperature range of -55°C to +125°C
The components connects through an SPI interface to MPUs, MCUs, and/or FPGAs to digitize sensor signals.
The ISL73141SEH is available now in a 14-lead ceramic dual flatpack package. An evaluation board is available for evaluating device features and performance.
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