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Microchip Technology’s broad portfolio of stand-alone analog and interface devices are engineered to meet today’s demanding design requirements addressing linear, mixed signal, power management, thermal and interface products. When combined with Microchip analog microcontrollers, this extensive portfolio can be used in many high performance design applications in the automotive, communications, consumer, computing, and industrial control markets.



Digital to Analog Converters (DACs)

Microchip offers low power Digital to Analog converter (DAC) products in 8- to 12-bit resolution, 1 to 4 channels, I2C or SPI interface, and onboard EEPROM . The unique integrated non-volatile memory option allows DAC’s configuration to be saved at power down and can help reducing micro-controller overhead as well as simplify design. Small form factor options as SOT-23 and DFN (2X2) packages are available.




MCP47FEB22: Dual Channel, 12-Bit voltage output DAC w/EEPROM with I2C


MCP4728: Quad Channel, 12-Bit voltage output DAC with I2C


Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs)

Microchip’s A/D converters are available in a wide range of speeds and resolutions, delivering high accuracy and low power per given sampling speed.

  • Pipelined A/D Converters
    Microchip’s Pipelined Analog-to-Digital Converters offer 12-16-bit resolution, and up to 8 Channels with sampling speeds up to 200 Msps. They exhibit very low power operation of less than 500 mW when operating at full speed. These products feature high integration of digital signal processing such as decimation filters and digital down-conversion that simplify system designs.
  • Delta-Sigma A/D Converters
    Microchip’s Delta-Sigma ADC families offer 16 to 22-bits of resolution with sampling rates from 4sps to 240sps. Product features include low power operation, low output noise and choices of I2C and SPI interfaces. High integration, including on-board voltage references and PGAs, and small packaging, such as SOT-23 and DFN, allow for high density solution.
  • SAR A/D Converters
    Microchip's SAR (Successive Approximation Register) ADC offering provides a broad selection for low power applications. These devices operate with an active conversion current as low as 175 µA. The MCP30XX, MCP32XX, and MCP33XX families offer resolutions of 10-13 bits, sampling speeds of 22 ksps to 200 ksps, multiple channel inputs, and I2C or SPI interfaces.




MCP37D31-200: MCP37D31-200 16-bit pipelined A/D converter with a maximum sampling rate of 200 Msps. The high accuracy of over 74 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) and over 90 dB Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) enable high precision measurements of fast input signals. The device operates at very low power consumption of 490 mW at 200 Msps including LVDS digital I/O.


MCP3301: MCP3301 13-bit Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) features a full differential input and low power consumption in a small package that is ideal for battery powered systems and remote data acquisition applications.


MCP342x: The MCP3421 is a single channel low-noise, high accuracy delta-sigma A/D converter with differential inputs and up to 18 bits of resolution in a small SOT-23-6 package.



Microchip offers a broad portfolio of linear solutions featuring Operational Amplifiers (Op Amp), Instrumentation Amplifiers (INA), Comparators, Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGAs), and DC Power/Current Sensing.

Maximize the performance of your design by using the industry’s lowest power with best in class offset voltages! Combine these performance benefits with small packaging optimizes system performance in a wide variety of applications for the Consumer, Industrial, Medical, and Automotive applications.




MCP6S2x: Programmable Gain Amplifier offer 1, 2, 6 or 8 input channels respectively and eight steps of gain. These devices are programmable over an SPI bus and thus add gain control and input channel selection to the embedded control system.


MCP6N16: MCP6N16 is a zero-drift instrumentation amplifier designed for single-supply operation with rail-to-rail input (no common mode crossover distortion) and output performance.


MCP6N11: The MCP6N11 single instrumentation amplifier is optimized for single-supply operation with rail-to-rail input and output performance w/calibration.


MCP6V27: The MCP6V26/7/8 family of operational amplifiers has input offset voltage correction for very low offset and offset drift. These devices have a wide bandwidth product and strongly reject switching noise.


MCP642x: The Microchip’s MCP6421/2/4 operational amplifiers (op amps) has low input bias current (1 pA, typical) and rail-to-rail input and output operation. This family is unity gain stable and has a gain bandwidth product of 90 kHz (typical). These devices operate with a single-supply voltage as low as 1.8V, while only drawing 4.4 µA/amplifier (typical) of quiescent current. These features make the family of op amps well suited for photodiode amplifier, pH electrode amplifier, low leakage amplifier, and battery powered signal conditioning applications, etc. The MCP6421 family is offered in SOT23 and SC70 packages. All devices are designed using an advanced CMOS process and fully specified in extended temperature range from -40°C to +125°C.


MCP6V6x/7x/8x/9x: The MCP6V6x/MCP6V7x/ MCP6V8x/ MCP6V9x families of operational amplifiers provides High DC Precision VOS as low as 2 µV Low offset drift 50 nV/°C Superior CMRR/PSRR Low Quiescent Current.


ADM00443: The MCP6421 EMIRR Evaluation Board is intended to support the electromagnetic interference rejection ratio (EMIRR) measurement and to show the electromagnetic interference (EMI) rejection capability of the MCP6421 operational amplifier.


Voltage Reference

Microchip voltage reference devices produce a fixed (constant) voltage irrespective of the loading on the device, power supply variations, temperature changes, and the passage of time. Voltage references are used in/with power supplies, analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, and other measurement and control systems. Voltage references vary widely in performance; a regulator for a computer power supply may only hold its value to within a few per cent of the nominal value, whereas laboratory voltage standards have precisions and stability measured in parts per million.




MCP1501: The MCP1501 is a high-precision buffered voltage reference with an initial accuracy of 0.10% and is available in 8 voltage options. This low-drift bandgap-based reference uses chopper-based amplifiers which significantly reduces the drift and provides high current output.

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MCP1541: MCP1541 is a low power, high precision voltage reference. It provides a precise output voltage of 4.096V which is then compared to other voltages in the system. This voltage reference is normally used in the 3V to 5V systems, where there may be wide variations in supply voltage and a need to minimize power dissipation.



Microchip's family of ICs for smart power meters feature the widest dynamic range in the industry as well as extremely high accuracy, helping to improve the performance of smart meters. The chips feature a dynamic range of 6000:1. This allows manufacturers to merge various types of meters currently available, such as 5(20)A, 10(40)A, 15(60)A and 20(80)A, into one standard model [5(100)A or 1(100)A]. Microchip%reg; ICs will simplify the manufacturing process and reducing overall bill of materials.



Microchip, dual-channel single-phase power-monitor

MCP39F511N: The MCP39F511N is a highly integrated, dual-channel single-phase power-monitoring IC designed for real-time measurement of power for dual-socket wall outlets, power strips, AC/DC power supplies, and power distribution applications. It includes three ADCs for voltage and two current load measurements, a 16-bit calculation engine, EEPROM and a flexible 2-wire interface. An integrated low-drift voltage reference in addition to the 94.5 dB of SINAD performance on each current measurement channel allows for better than 0.5% accurate designs across a 4000:1 dynamic range.

Microchip, ADC Evaluation Board system

MCP39F511N Dev Board: The MCP3919 ADC Evaluation Board system provides the opportunity to evaluate the performance of the MCP3919 three-channel Analog Front End (AFE). It also provides a development platform for 16-bit microcontroller-based applications, using the existing 100-pin PIC ® microcontroller Plug-in Module (PIM) systems that are compatible with the Explorer 16 Evaluation Board (DM240001) and other high pin count PIC-based demo boards.

Microchip, 3V three channel Analog-Front-End (AFE)

MCP3919: The MCP3919 is a 3V three channel Analog-Front-End (AFE) containing four synchronous sampling Delta-Sigma Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC), three PGAs, phase delay compensation block, internal voltage reference, digital offset and gain error calibration registers and high-speed 20 MHz SPI compatible serial interface. A 2-wire serial interface mode greatly reduces system cost by requring only a single bidirectional isolator per phase. The MCP3919 AFE is capable of interfacing to a variety of voltage and current sensors including shunts, current transformers, Rogowski coils and Hall effect sensors

Microchip, MCP3919 ADC Evaluation Board system

MCP3919 Dev Board: The MCP3919 ADC Evaluation Board system provides the opportunity to evaluate the performance of the MCP3919 three-channel Analog Front End (AFE). It also provides a development platform for 16-bit microcontroller-based applications, using the existing 100-pin PIC ® microcontroller Plug-in Module (PIM) systems that are compatible with the Explorer 16 Evaluation Board (DM240001) and other high pin count PIC-based demo boards.


Temperature Sensors

Microchip thermal sensors are tailored to a variety of desired tasks. Analog temperature sensors output voltage and interface well with ADCs. Digital temperature sensors, both local and remote, are I2C or SPI compatible. And Temperature switches result in on/off logic control.



Microchip Temperature Sensor

AT30TS750A: Microchip's AT30TS750A temperature sensor is capable of measuring and converting temperatures from −55ºC to +125ºC to a digital word and provides a typical accuracy of ±0.5ºC over the operating temperature range of 0ºC to +85ºC. The AT30TS750A combines precision temperature monitoring and Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) registers.

Microchip Temperature Sensor

AT30TSE752/4/8A: The Microchip’s AT30TSE752A/754A/758A are a complete, precise temperature monitoring device designed for use in a variety of applications that require the measuring of local temperatures as an integral part of the system's function and/or reliability. The temperature sensor can measure temperatures over the full -55°C to +125°C temperature range and has a typical accuracy as precise as ±0.5°C from 0°C to +85°C. In addition, the AT30TSE752A/754A/758A contain a 2Kb, 4Kb, or 8Kb Serial EEPROM that can be used to store vital user system configuration data.


Current Sensors

Microchip’s power monitoring ICs measure power, voltage and current, while providing the calculated power over an I2C interface. These I2C power monitors are based on the traditional high-side current sensor. The current monitors can measure voltage rails from 0V to 40V. Several of the devices also come with temperature sensors for where we see high power we need thermal management.




PAC1921: Power-monitoring device with a configurable analog output that can present power, current or voltage. Integration periods of 500 μs to 2.9 seconds, analog output range of 3V, 2V, 1.5V, or 1.0V.