Analog Devices, Inc., also known as ADI or Analog, is an American multinational semiconductor company specialising in data conversion and signal processing technology, headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts.
The company manufactures analogue, mixed-signal and digital signal processing (DSP) integrated circuits (ICs) used in electronic equipment. These technologies are used to convert, condition and process real-world phenomena, such as light, sound, temperature, motion, and pressure into electrical signals
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The AD-SWIO Click Board™ is a quad-channel software configurable input/output solution based on AD74412R. The AD74412R is a quad-channel software configurable input/output integrated circuit for building and process control applications. The device provides a fully integrated single chip solution for input and output operation. The AD-SWIO Click Board™ contains four 13-bit DACs, one per chanal, and 16-bit Σ-∆ ADC. These options give a lot of flexibility in choosing functionality for analog output, analog input, digital input, resistance temperature detector (RTD), and thermocouple measurements integrated into a single chip solution with a serial peripheral interface (SPI).
The AMR Angle Click Board™ is a compact add-on board containing an anisotropic magnetoresistive measurement solution ideal for either angle or linear position measurements. This board features the ADA4571, an AMR sensor with clean and amplified cosine and sine output signals related to a rotating magnetic field angle from Analog Devices. It can provide better than 0.2° angular accuracy over 180°, and linear accuracy of 2mil (0.002 inches) over a 0.5-inch range, depending on the size of the used magnet. This Click board™ is suitable for absolute position measurement (linear and angle), contactless angular measurement and detection, magnetic angular position sensing, actuator control and positioning, and more.
AMR Angle Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The AN to PWM 2 Click Board™ is a compact add-on board that contains an easy-to-use component that converts the value of the input analog signal to a fixed frequency PWM voltage output, with a duty cycle proportional to the input voltage. This board features the LTC6992CS6, a silicon oscillator with an easy-to-use analog voltage-controlled pulse width modulation (PWM) capability from Analog Devices. It features the PWM signal controlled by analog input in range of -2.5V to 2.5V, frequency range up to 1 MHz, frequency error less than 1.7%, and it has good temperature stability. It has many features that make it well suited for heater control, PWM servo loops, LED dimming, signal isolation, and other duty cycle control applications.
AN to PWM 2 Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The Boost-INV Click Board™ is a very useful DC/DC voltage converter device, as can output both positive and negative voltage, boosted up to 12.78V and -13.95, from a single fixed voltage input. The input voltage can vary between 2.55V to 5.5V, making the Boost-INV Click Board™ an ideal solution for powering devices with complex, split-rail power supply demands, using only a common battery. A special feature of the LT3582 integrated DC/DC converter is the presence of the I2C interface, which is uncommon for devices of this type: it allows configuring of the output voltages, power sequencing, and output voltage ramp rates. It has an OTP memory also, which can be used to store the power-on default values.
The Clock Gen 3 Click Board™ features a low power self-contained digital frequency source providing a precision frequency from 1kHz to 68MHz, set through a serial port. This Click Board™, an I2C configurable clock generator, features the LTC6904 from Analog Devices and requires no external components other than a power supply bypass capacitor, and it operates over a single wide supply voltage range of 2.7V to 5.5V. The LTC6904 features a proprietary feedback loop that linearizes the relationship between digital control settings and frequency.
It has many features that make it attractive for various applications such as a microcontroller clock source, clock source for a switched capacitor filter, or general replacement for a DAC/VCO combination.
The I2C Extend Click Board™ is a compact add-on board for applications that require extending the I2C communication bus over a long distance. This board features the LTC4331 - an I2C slave device extender over a rugged differential link, from Analog Devices. It is a point-to-point SMBus compatible I2C slave device extender, designed for operation in high noise industrial environments while supporting Up to 1MHz serial clock, ±40kV ESD protection on link pins, selectable link baud rates and many more. All these features make I2C Extend Click an excellent choice for various applications that require extending the I2C bus over a long distance, such as sensor installation, industrial control, lighting system control, sound system control, and more.
I2C Extend Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The I2C MUX 3 Click Board™ is a compact add-on board that contains eight bidirectional translating switches dedicated for applications with I2C slave address conflicts. This board features the TCA9548APWR, a low voltage 8-channel I2C bus switch with an active-low reset input from Texas Instruments. It possesses three programmable address pins that allow up to eight TCA9548APWR devices, supports hot insertion, has a low Stand-by current, and no glitch during Power-Up with all switch channels deselected. This Click board™ is suitable to work with I2C interfaces for applications such as fault isolation, address conflict, level translation, or broadcast communication (servers, routers...).
I2C MUX 3 Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The ISO ADC 2 Click Board™ is a compact add-on board that represents a completely isolated 12-bit, 300 kSPS data acquisition system. This board features the AD7091R, successive-approximation analog-to-digital converter (ADC) from Analog Devices. It uses the 3-wire SPI serial interface for data communication, achieving up to 1 MSPS throughput rate. This Click board™ also features the ADuM5401, isolated DC-DC converter used to isolate the logic signals, power, and feedback paths in the DC-DC converter resulting in total isolation solution. Many features such as high throughput rate with ultralow power consumption, wide input bandwidth, accuracy, and speed make it an ideal choice for a wide variety of industrial measurements, data acquisition systems, monitoring functions, and many more.
ISO ADC 2 Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The LED Driver 7 Click Board™ is equipped with the LTC3490, single cell 350mA LED driver from Analog Devices. The LED Driver 7 Click Board™ can be used for portable lighting, rechargeable flashlights, system calibrations, electronics level settings, automotive electronics adjustments, mechanical trimmers and potentiometer replacements.The LED drive current can be reduced by changing the voltage on the CTRL/SHDN pin with AD5171, a 64-position OTP digital potentiometer from Analog Devices (ADI).
The MIC 3 Click Board™ features the SSM2167-1RMZ-R7, a Microphone Preamplifier, from Analog Device. This Click board™ is a low voltage Microphone preamplifier with Variable compression and noise gating. The MIC 3 Click is a very easy solution to work with it, which makes it an ideal solution for using it in desktop, portable or palmtop computers, telephone conferencing, communication headsets, two-way communication, surveillance system where the microphone is needed, stethoscope, karaoke and DJ mixers.
The MIC 3 Click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The One Shot Click Board™ is equipped with the monostable multivibrator (also known as a “one-shot” pulse generator) with a programmable pulse width of 1μs to 33.6 seconds. The used LTC6993-2 is part of the TimerBlox® family of versatile silicon timing devices, from Analog Devices. In addition to this, One Shot Click also offers configurability for either positive or negative output pulse, fast recovery time, 70μA supply current, CMOS output driver 20mA sources/sinks and many more useful features, which makes this Click board™ an ideal choice for applications such as watchdog timers, frequency discriminators, missing pulse detection, envelope detection and more.
One Shot Click board™ is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.
The Oximeter Click Board™ is a versatile photometric Click Board™, perfectly suited for measuring the blood oxygen saturation. It employs ADPD105, a highly configurable photometric front end (AFE) device from Analog Devices. Almost all parameters of the IC are user-configurable, allowing this AFE IC to be used on a wide range of various photometric applications. It utilizes two LEDs (red and infrared), and one photodiode (PD) sensing element, making it is possible to get very accurate and reliable oximetry readings. For those who want to expand the functionality of this Click Board™. It offers two headers located on the sides of the Click Board™, which allow expanding it with different types of LEDs, PDs, reconfiguring its purpose that way
The Proximity 6 Click Board™ is a versatile proximity detection device on a Click Board™. It can detect a foreign object distanced up to 20cm. The Click Board™ features a detection sensor IC that can trigger a threshold based interrupts, which makes this Click Board™ capable of detecting even simple gesture movements. The advanced on-board IC sensor features LED driver section, a light sensor with the integrated analog front end (AFE), 14-bit analog to digital converter (ADC), and digital engine for processing and aggregation of the measurement result, which simplifies the firmware development. The ambient light cancellation includes both digital and optical filtering, resulting in increased detection reliability.
PWM 2 Click Board™ offers 48 independently controlled PWM channels, available over the on-board headers, perfectly suited for driving LEDs. Each channel has a 12-bit PWM register associated to it, with the addition of the 6-bit correction register, also known as the dot correction register. PWM 2 is able to detect both synchronization errors and open LED errors, signaling the error via the dedicated pin and the status frame. The Click Board™ fully supports cascading, exposing all the necessary pins on the on-board headers, so it can support a large array of LED elements.
The RMS to DC Click Board™ is used to convert the RMS of the input signal into a DC voltage, with a value directly readable over the I2C interface. The Click Board™ is equipped with the LTC1968, an RMS-to-DC converter IC, which outputs an analog voltage depending on the RMS value of the input signal. The key feature of this IC is its very good linearity of the output voltage with respect to the RMS of the input signal. This is due to the innovative delta-sigma computational technique, used in this IC. Besides high linearity, this IC also features a high accuracy, high signal bandwidth, and good thermal stability. It can be used to accurately measure the RMS value of various alternating signals.
Designed for RS-485 communication, the RS-485 Interface Board is a perfect option for use in electrically noisy environment on long distances (up to 1200 metres). The board features integrated ADM485 differential line transceiver that can be used for high-speed bi-directional communications in multipoint tire. Compliant with EIA standards RS-485 and RS-422, this differential transceiver provides balanced data transmission lines. The ADM485 module aboard RS485 additional board has a differential line driver and a differential line receiver. It is designed to operate using a 5V power supply only. Use of voltage translators is advised when using the board with 3.3V development systems.
This board is an ideal choice for low power RS485 systems, DTE/DCE interfaces, packet switching, Local Area Networks (LANs), data concentration, data multiplexers, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), and many more.