|AD2S80ASD||Variable Resolution, Monolithic Resolver-to-Digital Converter|
|AD2S80ASD Datasheet PDF : 16 Pages |
Variable Resolution, Monolithic
Monolithic (BiMOS ll) Tracking R/D Converter
40-Lead DIP Package
44-Terminal LCC Package
10-,12-,14-, and 16-Bit Resolution Set by User
Low Power Consumption: 300 mW Typ
Dynamic Performance Set by User
High Max Tracking Rate 1040 RPS (10 Bits)
Industrial Temperature Range Versions
Military Temperature Range Versions
ESD Class 2 Protection (2,000 V Min)
/883 B Parts Available
DC Brushless and AC Motor Control
Numerical Control of Machine Tools
Military Servo Control
The AD2S80A is a monolithic 10-, 12-, 14-, or 16-bit tracking
resolver-to-digital converter contained in a 40-lead DIP or 44-
terminal LCC ceramic package. It is manufactured on a BiMOS
II process that combines the advantages of CMOS logic and
bipolar high accuracy linear circuits on the same chip.
The converter allows users to select their own resolution and dynamic
performance with external components. This allows the users great
flexibility in defining the converter that best suits their system
requirements. The converter allows users to select the resolution
to be 10, 12, 14, or 16 bits and to track resolver signals rotating
at up to 1040 revs per second (62,400 rpm) when set to 10-bit
The AD2S80A converts resolver format input signals into a
parallel natural binary digital word using a ratiometric tracking
conversion method. This ensures high-noise immunity and toler-
ance of lead length when the converter is remote from the resolver.
The 10-, 12-, 14- or 16-bit output word is in a three-state digital
logic available in 2 bytes on the 16 output data lines. BYTE
SELECT, ENABLE and INHIBIT pins ensure easy data trans-
fer to 8- and 16-bit data buses, and outputs are provided to
allow for cycle or pitch counting in external counters.
An analog signal proportional to velocity is also available and
can be used to replace a tachogenerator.
The AD2S80A operates over 50 Hz to 20,000 Hz reference
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FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
16-BIT UP/DOWN COUNTER
OUTPUT DATA LATCH
16 DATA BITS
Monolithic. A one chip solution reduces the package size
required and increases the reliability.
Resolution Set by User. Two control pins are used to select
the resolution of the AD2S80A to be 10, 12, 14, or 16 bits allowing
the user to use the AD2S80A with the optimum resolution for
Ratiometric Tracking Conversion. Conversion technique
provides continuous output position data without conversion
delay and is insensitive to absolute signal levels. It also provides
good noise immunity and tolerance to harmonic distortion on
the reference and input signals.
Dynamic Performance Set by the User. By selecting exter-
nal resistor and capacitor values the user can determine bandwidth,
maximum tracking rate and velocity scaling of the converter to
match the system requirements. The external components
required are all low cost preferred value resistors and capacitors,
and the component values are easy to select using the simple
Velocity Output. An analog signal proportional to velocity is
available and is linear to typically one percent. This can be used
in place of a velocity transducer in many applications to provide
loop stabilization in servo controls and velocity feedback data.
Low Power Consumption. Typically only 300 mW.
Military Product. The AD2S80A is available processed in
accordance with MIL-STD-883B, Class B.
Information on the models available is given in the section
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