|Title||DEMO BOARD FOR LTC2358-16|
The LTC2358 from Linear Technology is an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) which comes in both 16-bit and 18-bit resolution. These devices are low noise 8-channel simultaneous sampling successive approximation register (SAR) ADCs. They are come with buffered differential, wide common mode range picoamp inputs. They operate from a 5 V low voltage supply or flexible high voltage supplies. These ADCs support pin-selectable, serial peripheral interface (SPI) CMOS (1.8 V to 5 V) and low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) serial interfaces. Between one and eight lanes of data output may be employed in CMOS mode, allowing the user to optimize bus width and throughput. This device comes in a 48-LQFP package and various temperature options. The LTC2358 is perfect for automatic test equipment, process control, and power line monitoring.
|Company||Linear Technology Corporation|
|Datasheet||Download DC2365A-E datasheet
|Others parts numbering|
|DC2365A-A: DEMO BOARD FOR LTC2358-18|
|LTC2358CLX-16PBF: IC ADC 16BIT 200KSPS 48-LQFP|
|LTC2358CLX-18PBF: IC ADC 18BIT 200KSPS 48LQFP|
|DEMO MANUAL DC2026C Linduino One Isolated Arduino-Compatible Demonstration Board DESCRIPTION
Linear Technology's DC2026 (called the Linduino® One) is compatible with the Arduino Uno microcontroller board. Arduino hardware consists of an Atmel microcontroller with a bootloader allowing quick in-circuit firmware updates. The software is a simple programming environment based on the AVRGCC compiler. This platform is popular because it is easy to use, both the hardware and software are open source, and it can be programmed C. We find it an ideal way to demonstrate and distribute libraries for integrated circuits that have digital interfaces such as Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C) and Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). While the Linduino One is Arduino-compatible, it is not produced by the official Arduino team, and they do not receive any monetary support from this board. Please, consider supporting them by purchasing other items from: http://store.arduino.cc
L, LT, LTC, LTM, Linear Technology, Linduino and the Linear logo are registered trademarks and QuikEval are trademarks of Linear Technology Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
The Linduino One adds several features to the standard Arduino Uno board: A 14-pin QuikEvalTM connector provides a direct connection to a growing list of hundreds of Linear Technology demo boards, including ADCs, DACs, Power System Management, RF Synthesizers, System Monitor and Control, and many others. Selectable 2.5V, 1.8V logic levels and analog supply on QuikEval Connector An LTM®2884 provides galvanic isolation of USB data and power for both safety and noise rejection. Auxiliary to 20V power input on isolated side, with conversion to 5V provided an LT®3973 allowing high power operation to 750mA. Design files for this circuit board are available at http://www.linear.com/demo/DC2026C
QUIK-EVAL COMPATIBLE DEMO BOARD TO 20V AUXILIARY POWER + ARDUINO SHIELD HEADERS 14 CONDUCTOR RIBBON CABLE
The Linduino One comes preloaded with a DC590 emulator program (called a "sketch") that allows attached demo boards to run with the standard QuikEval GUI software. This allows the functionality of the board to be verified before starting firmware development. After evaluation with QuikEval, the Linduino One can be reprogrammed with customer code. There is a top-level demonstration sketch for each part's library that provides a text terminal interface to the board, demonstrating the library functions. The Linduino One is also available as DC2026C-KIT, which includes as an easy to use example daughter board. DC934 is the demonstration board for the LTC®2607 dual 16-bit, I2C digital to analog converter (DAC). This board also has 2-channel, 20-bit, SPI interface analog to digital converter (ADC) that reads back the DAC output. Thus, this board demonstrates operation of both SPI and I2C interfaces, and multichannel ADCs and DACs. The following sections describe the procedure for installing the required software and operating the DC934 with both QuikEval software and with a terminal based demo program. While this manual describes operation with the DC934, the procedure applies to other boards as well. Manual Software Installation 1)Download LTSketchbook.zip from www.linear.com/ docs/43958. This is the entire code base for the Linduino board, including all demo code, libraries for individual devices, auxiliary functions, and HTML documentation. Extract this file to a location for working files, such as your "My Documents" directory or "C:\Projects". 2)Note: If QuikEval is already installed, please update to the latest version by selecting Tools Update Program, then proceed to step 3. If not, download and run QuikEval from www.linear.com/software. This installs the QuikEval program, as well as the FTDI USB drivers required for the Linduino One (and other Linear Technology interface boards.) Drivers are also distributed with the Arduino IDE, but it is recommended to let QuikEval install the drivers to ensure compatibility with the Linduino One. You will be prompted to connect the board to the PC during installation. Once the installation is complete, quit QuikEval. 3)Download the Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) from either http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software or http://www.linear.com/designtools/linduino.php (Version 1.6.4 is used in this manual.) This is not an installer; no installation is necessary. Extract the contents of this file to a convenient location for programs, such as "C:\Program Files". The "Arduino.exe" file is the actual program file; double-click to open the Arduino IDE.Arduino IDE Setup 1)From within the Arduino IDE, click on File Preferences
Under Sketchbook Location: select Browse, and locate the path to the extracted LTSketchbook.zip file. The correct location will show "LTSketchbook" in the Look In menu, and at least four subdirectories will be shown: Documentation, Libraries, Part Number and Utilities (more may be added in the future). Click Open, then click OK.
|Some Part number from the same manufacture Linear Technology Corporation|
The LTC2358 from Linear Technology is an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) which comes in both 16-bit and 18-bit resolution. These devices are low noise 8-channel simultaneous sampling successive approximation