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Maxim Integrated MAX19777

Save power and board space with MAX19777 - 3Msps, ultra-tiny, low-power, 2-channel, serial 12-Bit ADC

Maxim Integrated Evaluation Board for MAX19777

The MAX19777 is a 12-bit, compact, high-speed, lowpower, successive approximation analog-to-digital converter (ADC). This high-performance ADC includes a high dynamic range sample-and-hold, as well as a highspeed serial interface.

The MAX19777 features dual, single-ended analog inputs connected to the ADC core using a 2:1 MUX.

This ADC operates from a 2.2V to 3.3V supply and consumes only 6.2mW at 3Msps. The device includes a full power-down mode and fast wake up for optimal power management and a high-speed 3-wire serial interface. The 3-wire serial interface directly connects to SPI, QSPI™, and MICROWIRE® devices without external logic.

Excellent dynamic performance, low voltage, low power, ease-of-use, and small package size make this converter ideal for portable, battery-powered data-acquisition applications, as well as for other applications that demand low power consumption and minimal space.

This ADC is available in an 8-pin wafer-level package (WLP). This device operates over the -40°C to +125°C temperature range.

Key features

  • 3Msps Conversion Rate, No Pipeline Delay
  • 12-Bit Resolution
  • 2-Channel, Single-Ended Analog Inputs
  • Low-Noise 72.5dB SNR
  • 2.2V to 3.3V Supply Voltage
  • Low Power
    • 6.2mW at 3Msps
    • Very Low Power Consumption at 2.5μA/ksps
  • 2μA Power-Down Current
  • SPI/QSPI/MICROWIRE-Compatible Serial Interface
  • 8-Pin, 0.857mm x 1.431mm WLP Package
  • Wide -40°C to +125°C Operation



  • Automotive Systems
  • Battery-Operated Systems
  • Communication Systems
  • Data Acquisition
  • Medical Instrumentation
  • Portable Data Logging


Block diagram

Maxim Integrated MAX19777 block diagram

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