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TLC532AI Datasheet PDF

Part Number TLC532AI
Description 8-BIT ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL PERIPHERALS
Manufacture etcTI
Total Page 10 Pages
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Features: Datasheet pdf TLC532AI, TLC532AM, TLC533AI, TLC533AM L inCMOS™ 8-BIT ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL PERIP HERALS WITH 5 ANALOG AND 6 DUAL-PURPOSE INPUTS SLAS070 – D2819, NOVEMBER 198 3 – REVISED SEPTEMBER 1986 • LinCM OS™ Technology • 8-Bit Resolution Total Unadjusted Error . . . ±0.5 L SB Max • Ratiometric Conversion • A ccess Plus Conversion Time: TLC532A . . . 15 µs Max TLC533A . . . 30 µs Max • 3-State, Bidirectional I/O Data Bus • 5 Analog and 6 Dual-Purpose Inputs • On-Chip 12-Channel Analog Multiple xer • Three On-Chip 16-Bit Data Regis ters • Software Compatible With Large r TL530 and TL531 (21-Input Versions) On-Chip Sample-and-Hold Circuit • Single 5-V Supply Operation • Low Pow er Consumption . . . 6.5 mW Typ • Imp roved Direct Replacements for Texas Ins truments TL532 and TL533, National Semi conductor ADC0829, and Motorola MC14442 I/O Data Bus N PACKAGE (TOP VIEW) R EF – GND 2 – 1 (MSB) 2–2 2–3 2 4 2–5 2–6 2–7 2 – 8 (LSB) R/ W CLK RS CS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 28 REF + (A1) 27 VCC 26 A0 25 A.

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TLC532AI datasheet
TLC532AI, TLC532AM, TLC533AI, TLC533AM
LinCMOS8-BIT ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL PERIPHERALS
WITH 5 ANALOG AND 6 DUAL-PURPOSE INPUTS
SLAS070 – D2819, NOVEMBER 1983 – REVISED SEPTEMBER 1986
LinCMOSTechnology
8-Bit Resolution
Total Unadjusted Error . . . ±0.5 LSB Max
Ratiometric Conversion
Access Plus Conversion Time:
TLC532A . . . 15 µs Max
TLC533A . . . 30 µs Max
3-State, Bidirectional I/O Data Bus
5 Analog and 6 Dual-Purpose Inputs
On-Chip 12-Channel Analog Multiplexer
Three On-Chip 16-Bit Data Registers
Software Compatible With Larger TL530
and TL531 (21-Input Versions)
On-Chip Sample-and-Hold Circuit
Single 5-V Supply Operation
Low Power Consumption . . . 6.5 mW Typ
Improved Direct Replacements for Texas
Instruments TL532 and TL533, National
Semiconductor ADC0829, and Motorola
MC14442
I/O
Data
Bus
N PACKAGE
(TOP VIEW)
REF –
GND
2 – 1 (MSB)
2–2
2–3
2–4
2–5
2–6
2–7
2 – 8 (LSB)
R/ W
CLK
RS
CS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
28 REF + (A1)
27 VCC
26 A0
25 A2
24 A3
23 A4
Analog
Inputs
22 A5
21 A10/D1
20 A11/D2
19 A12/D3 Analog/
18
A13/D4
Digital
Inputs
17 A14/D5
16 A15/D6
15 R
FN PACKAGE
(TOP VIEW)
description
The TLC532A and TLC533A are monolithic
LinCMOSperipheral integrated circuits each
designed to interface a microprocessor for analog
data acquisition. These devices are complete
peripheral data acquisition systems on a single
chip and can convert analog signals to digital data
from up to 11 external analog terminals. Each
device operates from a single 5-V supply and
contains a 12-channel analog multiplexer, and
8-bit ratiometric analog-to-digital (A/D) converter,
a sample-and-hold circuit, three 16-bit registers,
and microprocessor-compatible control circuitry.
Additional features include a built-in self-test,
sixmultipurpose (analog or digital) inputs, five
external analog inputs, and an 8-pin input/output
(I/O) data port. The three on-chip data registers
store the control data, the conversion results, and
the input digital data that can be accessed via the
microprocessor data bus in two bytes
2–3
2–4
2–5
2–6
2–7
2 – 8 (LSB)
R/ W
4 3 2 1 28 27 26
5 25
6 24
7 23
8 22
9 21
10 20
11 19
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
A2
A3
A4
A5
A10/D1
A11/D2
A12/D3
FUNCTION TABLE
ADDRESS/CONTROL
R/W RS CS
X XX
L HL
H LL
H HL
X XH
R CLK
L†
H
H
H
HX
DISCRIPTION
Reset
Write bus data to control register
Read data from analog conversion register
Read data from digital register
No response
H=High-level, L = Low-level, X = Irrelevant
=High-to-low transition, = Low-to-high transition
For proper operation, RESET must be low for at least three lock cycles.
LinCMOS is a trademark of Texas Instruments Incorporated.
PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date.
Products conform to specifications per the terms of Texas Instruments
standard warranty. Production processing does not necessarily include
testing of all parameters.
POST OFFICE BOX 655303 DALLAS, TEXAS 75265
Copyright © 1986, Texas Instruments Incorporated
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TLC532AI datasheet
TLC532AI, TLC532AM, TLC533AI, TLC533AM
LinCMOS8-BIT ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL PERIPHERALS
WITH 5 ANALOG AND 6 DUAL-PURPOSE INPUTS
SLAS070 – D2819, NOVEMBER 1983 – REVISED SEPTEMBER 1986
description (continued)
(most-significant byte first). In this manner, a microprocessor can access up to 11 external analog inputs or 6
digital signals and the positive reference voltage that may be used for self-test. The A/D conversion uses the
successive-approximation technique and switched-capacitor circuitry. This method eliminates the possibility of
missing codes, nonmonotonicity, and a need for zero or full-scale adjustment. Any one of 11 analog inputs (or
self-test) can be converted to an 8-bit digital word and stored within 10 µs for the TLC532A or 20 µs for
theTLC533A after instructions from the microprocessor are recognized. The on-chip sample-and-hold circuit
automatically minimizes errors due to noise on the analog inputs. Furthermore, differential high-impedance
reference inputs are available to help isolate the analog circuitry from the logic and supply noises while easing
ratiometric conversion and scaling.
The TLC532AI and TLC533AI are characterized for operation from – 40°C to 85°C. The TLC532AM and
TLC533AM are available in both the N and FN plastic packages and are characterized for operation from – 55°C
to 125°C.
functional description
The TLC532A and TLC533A provide direct interface to a microprocessor-based system. Control of the
TLC532A and TLC533A is handled via the 8-line TTL-compatible 3-state data bus, the three control inputs (R/W,
RS, and CS), and the CLK input. Each device contains three 16-bit internal registers — the control register, the
analog conversion data register, and the digital data register.
A high level at the R/W input and a low level at the CS input set the device to output data on the 8-line data bus
for the processor to read. A low level at the R/W input and a low level at the CS input set the device to receive
instructions into the internal control register on the 8-line data bus from the processor. When the device is in
the read mode and the RS input is low, the processor reads the data contained in the analog conversion data
register. However, when the RS input is high, the processor reads the data contained in the digital-data register.
The control register is a write-only register into which the microprocessor writes command instructions for the
device to start A/D conversion and to select the analog channel to be converted. The analog conversion data
register is a read-only register that contains the current converter status and most recent conversion results.
The digital data register is also a read-only register that holds the digital input logic levels from the six
dual-purpose inputs.
Internally each device contains a byte pointer that selects the appropriate byte during two cycles of the CLK input
in a normal 16-bit microprocessor instruction. The internal pointer automatically points to the most significant
(MS) byte after the first complete clock cycle any time that the CS is at the high level for at least one clock cycle.
The device treats the next signal on the 8-line data bus as the MS byte. A low level at the CS input activates
the inputs and outputs and an internal function decoder. However, no data is transferred until the CLK goes high.
The internal byte pointer first points to the MS byte of the selected register during the first clock cycle. After the
first clock cycle in which the MS byte is accessed, the internal pointer switches to the LS byte and remains there
for as long as CS is low. The MS byte of any register may be accessed by either an 8-bit or a 16-bit
microprocessor instruction; however, the LS byte may only be accessed by a 16-bit microprocessor instruction.
Normally, a 2-byte word is written or read from the controlling processor, but a single byte can be read by the
processor by manipulating the CS input. This can be used to read conversion status from the analog conversion
data register or the digital multipurpose input levels from the digital data register. The format and content of each
2-byte word is shown in Figures 1 through 3.
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